After a visit to Coupeville, we were looking for a place for dinner. Checking online, Charmers Bistro came up, so we stopped.
One in our party was not fond of seafood, so we were concerned that there might not be enough choices, but that was not the case.
There were pasta dishes, chicken dishes and steak. But, the emphasis is seafood.
Scallops were featured that night and they were cooked to perfection and served with Greek gnocchi. The seafood salad was loaded with Dungeness crab meat and large prawns.
There were several signature cocktails - the elderberry one was delicious!
Service was very good and very professional. Atmosphere was casual.
Charmers Bistro is small, so for summer visits, a call ahead might be good.