Long a favorite restaurant of ours, we enjoyed another dinner on the deck of the historic building offering a peaceful view of the orchard, harbor, and the snow-covered Olympics. Live piano music by Jim is a new good addition. The Resident Cat greeted us as we sipped a Washington Riesling. We ordered the fresh Alaskan sockeye salmon dinner. Pea soup, French bread, and a local green salad was served. Our fish was moist, cooked the way we like it, and came with corn on the cob and potatoes. We got carried away and shared a Hot Fudge Sundae for dessert. Scrumptious. A perfect summer dinner island style!