Restaurant Cask and Schooner
Look at all those ales….and the meat pies are pretty amazing too!
Schooner Cheese Burger — Fresh cut San Juan Island chips
Meat Pie — Selection changes daily
Fish and Chips— San Juan Island catch of the day, fresh cut chips, tartar sauce
Ploughmans Platter — Rustic bread, cheese, ham, pickled onion, Branston pickle
Bangers and Mash — Mashed potatoes, sweet onion gravy
Food Served all day from 11am – 9pm
Open all year
Open all major holidays too
1 Front Street
Corner of Front and Spring Streets
Friday Harbor, San Juan Island WA
San Juan Island Restaurant
Enjoy really great food at the Cask and Schooner, restaurant and pub. Most of the meals served are island sourced and that means fresh. You can sip exquisitely mixed drinks. Or you might like to imbibe one of their ever changing beers and ales on tap.
The food is a salve for the San Juan Island weather during the winter, with comfort foods like Bangers and Mash and Meat pies. During the summer months, you will find some of the best Fish and Chips on the island – or anywhere!
What We Like about it
- The only San Juan Island restaurant serving Meat Pies
- Great meeting place
- Favorite with the locals year – round
- Fun atmosphere – casual, but not too casual
This San Juan Island restaurant is nautical in style with many, many eye catching appointments. Notice that extra-large beautiful replica of an 18th century schooner as you enter the restaurant. The Cask and Schooner restaurant, during its construction phase, was skillfully and lovingly finished by shipwrights. No expense spared to get it just right. Be sure to visit the wheel house at the top of the stairs. The view you ask? Right across from the marina. Watch the boats come and go.
Make Yourself Comfortable
Sit at the bar, or on high chairs with cocktail tables in the bar area. There is comfortable table or booth. On cold days and evenings the custom made stone fireplace is cozy. You will think you are in old England.
Sushi Bar in Friday Harbor?
Yes, just upstairs. What will it be? Fish, shrimp, vegetable, maybe eel?