Here in WA state, we have an extensive ferry system, and I love riding the ferries! We made sure to get two roundtrip rides in over the week, with one of our day trips taking us to Pt. Townsend...one of my favorite little towns in the Puget Sound area. Pt. Townsend is a funky place. It has a bunch of Victorian-style buildings, a busy port area, and a downtown area filled with fun shops (including an occult bookstore!) and nice restaurants.
Pane d'Amore and Mt. Townsend Creamery.
Pane d'Amore is located in the "uptown" section of Pt. Townsend (they also have locations in Sequim and Bainbridge Island). They make the most amazing French bread that is crunchy on the outside and fluffy perfection on the inside. Many restaurants in Pt. Townsend serve up the local baguettes, making for happy diners, I'm sure! I've visited the bakery twice now. Each time I snag a loaf of bread and at least one cheese straw. This time we also picked up a chocolate croissant and a cinnamon twist. Check out how yummy their food looks:
|Cheese sticks from Pane d'Amore...a perfect snack for a ferry ride!|
|Pane d'Amore baguette (and butter, of course)|
|Breakfast: cinnamon twist and black coffee|
|Mt. Townsend Creamery: Even their labels are neat!|
|Top: Seastack; Bottom: Trailhead Both: Yum!|