Green Light Diner

Written by on May 6, 2016 in I Eat America, I Eat...Out with 0 Comments

(greenlightdiner.com) – Poulsbo, Washington

Green Light Diner

How I heard of this place: For Mother’s Day weekend, we decided to venture on a ferry ride to one of our favorite, little neighboring destinations. Here, on our walk through the quaint town, we happened upon a place, new to us, and decided to sample it’s lunchtime fare.

Green Light Diner Entry 2

Type of cuisine: The Green Light aims to pay homage not only to the roots of Historic Poulsbo but also the American dining scene by rekindling the spirit of the classic diner. Serving quality but simple meals complete with a vintage soda fountain.

Green Light Diner Bar

Ambiance: Cozy and fun, a lighthearted diner with bright colors, much natural lighting and seating for a crowd.
Green Light Diner Dining Bar Tables 2
Enter the space to find yourself welcomed into a clean space straight out of the 1950s!
Green Light Diner Foyer 2
The dining space is found to the left and back of the establishment, somewhat out of view from the main entry.
Green Light Diner Dining Room
The soda fountain and bar (presumably) are also in plain sight, sparkly and open.
Green Light Diner Bar Side
Perfect is the outdoor seating on the covered patio for glorious spring days like this one!
Green Light Diner Patio 2
A surprisingly clean and vibrant space, this diner certainly welcomes all.
Green Light Diner Indoor Dining
Worth mentioning is the women’s restroom, which comes completely stocked with hand lotion! and a fully stocked changing table (for baby) with wipes, hand sanitizer, diaper/butt balm and more!
Green Light Diner Fully Stocked Bathroom
What I ordered: For me, at the suggestion of my husband, The Ambulance Chaser Burger ($13.99): two Angus burger patties stacked with melted pepperjack, pickled jalapeño peppers, bacon, lettuce, tomato, onion and 1K Island on a fresh Sluys Poulsbo Roll – “It’s A Killer”, and a side of garlic Parmesan fries ($4.99 á lá carte but only $1.00 more as a substitute).
Green Light Diner Ambulance Chaser Burger 2
For my husband, the Chicken Fried Steak & Eggs ($12.99) from the all-day breakfast menu, served with house made sausage country gravy. And a side of bacon, extra crispy ($2 for two strips).
Green Light Diner Chicken Fried Steak and Eggs
What I loved: The chicken fried steak was likely the best I have had to date. Crisp and fresh-tasting with real chicken breast! My burger. There is no doubt that the Green Light Diner knows it’s burgers!
Green Light Diner Ambulance Chaser Burger Close-Up
I’m ready for a second.
Green Light Diner Ambulance Chaser Burger Inside
Why I loved it: Excellent service, great food, fresh and plentiful!
Cost: Average ($6.99 – $14.99 per meal for breakfast or lunch)
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