Fireseed Catering

6051 Coles Rd
Langley, 98260
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(360) 321-4748

Venues & Event Spaces, Caterers

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Living Green Natural Food and Apothecary

630-A 2nd St
Langley, 98260
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(360) 221-8242

Health Markets

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Saratoga Inn

201 Cascade Ave
Langley, 98260
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(360) 221-5801

Hotels, Bed & Breakfast

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Useless Bay Coffee Company

121 2nd St
Langley, 98260
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My favorite coffee shop in Langley. Friendly staff and great coffee. We always make sure to stop in when we're over in Whidbey - you should too!
My husband surprised me with a whale watching tour up in Whidbey last Sunday for my birthday. So we decided to grab a few sandwiches from a local restaurant, Useless Bay to take with us. We knew going in that this place had great reviews and was highly recommended by the Yelp Universe, but we were honestly not prepared for how flipping AMAZING the sandwiches would be. The Coffee house and restaurant is a bit unassuming. It has a large patio area for al fresco dining, and a pretty, classic brick facade. When you first walk in the entry is a bit snug, with a few scattered tables and chairs to the left, and brightly lit bakery counters to the right showing off their baked goods and their freshly made sandwiches. You can either order from the counter like a typical sandwich shop, or you can actually grab a seat at one of their tables for a full dining experience. The small entryway opens up into several rooms that lead into one another. You can tell that the building was once comprised of several smaller rooms that were opened up to allow for the flow of the restaurant. Lining the walls are photographs of the town, the island, and several historic residents of the area. It's from those photos that I learned that the Useless Bay Coffee Company is housed in the former city hall, which has now since moved to the former Masonic Temple across the street. Back to the sandwiches though. They. Were. Amazing. We got two sandwiches, one was the Autostrada, and the other was the Turkey Cheddar. They were fresh, and panini pressed to perfection. I don't think you understand. These sandwiches were so perfect. Complex, savory, fresh, unique, and exactly what we needed. They were so filling too, and had us set for most of the day. If you are on Whidbey and are looking for a light, satisfying lunch, you should absolutely stop by Useless Bay Coffee Company. I know that we'll be back to check out the rest of their menu.
A funky, welcoming look straight out of Austin Texas, an outstanding iced coffee (strong, smooth, flavorful), and also the best food so far on Whidbey Island. They smoke their own pulled pork and you can get it on a nice salad with pickled jalapenos, pickled onions, and roasted tomatoes -- or whatever it is you want instead. Tacos with house-smoked pulled chicken were good too, with some unusually great black beans. I could eat here all week.

(360) 221-4515

Sandwiches, Coffee & Tea, Mexican

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Joe’s Wood Fired Pizza

2815 Howard Rd
Langley, 98260
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(360) 321-1819

Pizza, Sandwiches, Salad

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The Braeburn

197 2nd St
Langley, 98260
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I am not sure if comments from the owners are available for Yelp members to see, so I am posting the Braeburn's return comment to me here. Before I paste its content, I must say I did not make two reviews under two names. My companion reviewed this experience, as well. We don't share all opinions, but we were pretty much in agreement about this particular morning. Fellow Yelpers - do you want to eat somewhere where people talk this way? "1/10/2015 It is out of character for me to respond to reviews this way, but I think this particular review warrants a very frank response. I'm not sure which review to reply to, since everything was apparently SO terrible, that you decided to review us twice, under 2 different names??? Michelle S. & A K. Your first review says you are "completely over restaurants that can't make potatoes for me that don't have onions and garlic in them. I am willing to wait. Don't tell me they're already prepared. Get out a potato, cut it up, and cook it. This is not too much to ask when someone is willing to wait." OR as you also put it (AK) "I really find it a travesty when a restaurant cannot accommodate the most simplest request for something as basic as plain potatoes. I'm allergic to both garlic and onions. They put both in their breakfast potatoes. Seriously? I could cut up a potato in one minute and fry it up custom to make a customer content. yeah.... you offer fruit. Yay for you. It's not the same as potatoes". Here's my advice: STAY HOME AND COOK YOUR OWN POTATOES! I apologize if that seems harsh, however, I would put good money on the fact that 99% of the restaurants that make breakfast potatoes or hash browns (from scratch) put both garlic and onion, or at least one or the other, in their potatoes. It is truly unfortunate that you can't have either, because they are both delicious, especially in potatoes. But more to the point, are you seriously suggesting that we should stop everything to cut up a raw potato and... what? set aside a burner for 20 minutes to cook you one order of a special batch of bland potatoes to go with your omelet? We are happy to accommodate MOST special requests. MOST dietary restrictions, etc... however, stopping everything to "cut up a potato in one minute and fry it up custom to make a customer content" (your words) or "Get out a potato, cut it up, and cook it" (more of your words of wisdom) when it means we're taking up a full burner in the middle of service in our very tiny kitchen, well, clearly, you are not familiar with how a kitchen actually operates. I'm sure you'll have something to say to the contrary, but that's okay. So again, in response to your words in AK review "And - fix me some GD potatoes the way I like 'em. Thank you very much.", I say again, Fix your own GD potatoes the way you like 'em. Thank you very much. As for the item that we were temporarily out of, our seared oats, yes... that sometimes happens. It is not that we hadn't managed ourselves properly, it's that we happened to sell a whole bunch of seared oats that morning and ran out. We can't have endless supplies of absolutely everything on hand, at any given second. There are storage and space constraint, there's the issue of wanting to keep everything as fresh as possible and eliminating waste, there are many components. There is no rhyme or reason as to what item will randomly sell more than others one morning but not the next... there is no formula to follow.... we literally will sell 1 seared oatmeal (or insert whatever menu item here of your choice) one day, and then sell 20 the next. That is not something that we have power over, or control, so once in awhile you will come across a menu item that is being remade and restocked and is temporarily unavailable. If this is the first time you have ever run into this situation, you are either not paying attention when you go places, or you have forgotten, or you have a magical restaurant kitchen fairy that follows you around and sprinkles magical kitchen fairy dust when you go out to eat that magically makes everything completely stocked and available at all times. If that's the case, kudos, my friend. You should really bottle some of that and sell it. You could make millions. Regarding the banana bread- I'm glad you enjoyed it and that you thought it was delicious. Thank you! And on a serious note, I really do apologize if it was grilled too long and burnt. That is something that should not have left the kitchen and been delivered to your table, and I will address that. I hope you let your server know so they could get you a fresh order, or at least discount your bill accordingly. Thank you for taking note that we do use care in preparation of our ingredients and menu items. We really do. I am sorry that we didn't earn a second chance from you, and that we were so disappointing. It really is our aim to please, given that the requests are within a realistic realm of expectation."
Delicious locally sourced aka organic food! Best breakfast I have had on Whidbey Excellent quality across the board. Omelette was delicious, chicken apple sausage was flavored to perfection. Blueberry + granola pancake was off the chain! Highly recommend!!
We got in around 3pm on a Saturday and the server immediately states they close at 4pm (which should've been our first clue) but said we can still have a seat. So we did. Took a quick glance at the menu and I decided on a half meat loaf sandwich and half Caesar (about $11). I was expecting the meat loaf sandwich to be awesome (because how can you go wrong with meat loaf right?).. Welps, somehow they managed to do it. For some reason, the meatloaf tasted kind of sweet (but nothing noticeable like raisins or berries) and I noticed lots of huge chunks of bread in the meatloaf (where's the meat in MEATloaf?). The best thing might've been the Caesar but I wouldn't drive up from Seattle for this place. It was just mehhh. Nothing outstanding.

(360) 221-3211

Breakfast & Brunch, American (New), Desserts

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Village Pizzeria

106 First St
Langley, 98260
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Great location, excellent pizza. We have had the esta feta pizza with their pesto sauce, feta, artichoke hearts, delish! We have also tried the clam pizza...I know, clam pizza?? I was very uncertain about ordering it, but wow, it was amazing and would definitely get it again. My husband loves, loves, loves the steak sandwhich and raves about it. You have the best water view in Langley when eating here, inside or outside. A great, large bar with nice beer selection and TV to watch sports. There is no gluten free option for pizza, so gluten free peeps, you are stuck with a salad.
Loved village pizzeria! Ate here while visiting from NYC, and their pizza can compete. The view is fantastic and the staff was very friendly. Had half Hawaiian and pepperoni and also a slice of the garlic clam. Do not skip the garlic clam, it's amazing! Eat while hot though, it loses something when cooled. Was a great dinner and great leftover lunch!
this pizza is sooooooo good omg i luv the thick crust cheese YUM but its frickin expensive like $30 for the pizza, i say they dont have great service we ordered pizza with no olives and they put them on! delicously....over priced

(360) 221-3363

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Cafe Langley

113 1st St
Langley, 98260
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(360) 221-3090

Greek, Mediterranean

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Basil Cafe

Bayview Cash Store,5603 Bayview Rd
Langley, 98260
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(360) 321-7898

Asian Fusion

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Neil’s Clover Patch Cafe

14485 Sr 525
Langley, 98260
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(360) 321-4120

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