Boundary Bay Brewery

Written by on January 20, 2018 in I Eat America, I Eat...Out with 0 Comments

( – Bellingham, Washington

How I heard of this place: As far back as I can remember, Boundary Bay has been a Bellingham establishment, famous for its brew, but known, too, for its fare. The first time I entered the space, though, wasn’t until I heard about a cupcake competition in the backyard a number of years ago. This evening was special, in celebration of my good friend’s daughter’s debut as the lead in the BAAY production of Xanadu.

Type of cuisine:Hand crafted meals made from scratch every day.

It’s not JUST about the beer here. We partner with local food suppliers and farmers to bring you Northwest, fresh food that complements our handcrafted beers.

Our Bistro is family-friendly and diners of all ages are welcome in the Bistro and Beer Garden until 10pm.

Ambiance:Independently owned and operated, we’ve been making great handcrafted beer and fresh, local food for the Bellingham community since 1995.

Boundary Bay Brewery houses a Taproom and family-friendly Bistro, located in a restored historic 1922 warehouse in Downtown Bellingham, across from the Saturday Farmer’s Market. We have a deck for outdoor dining and a Beer Garden where you can enjoy BBQs, outdoor concerts and nonprofit events during the Summer.

What I ordered: A local Full Circle beef burger ($12), topped with lettuce, tomato, onion and mayo, served with a side of roasted potatoes,

and Imperial Nachos with all the fixins’ ($14).

Corn tortilla chips, cheddar and monterey jack cheeses, housemade salsa, and to make it Imperial: beans, onions, jalapenos, olives, tomatoes, chicken (additional $3), sour cream (additional $2) and guacamole (additional $4).

What I loved: The burger, perfect in circular appearance was tasty, the toppings fresh and crisp. The nachos, however stole the show with their abundant cheesiness.  While likely not worth the additional cost for all the toppings, the cheese made up for it!

Why I loved it: A large establishment with plenty of seating for people of all ages, limited wait times, and tall ceilings giving the appearance of even more space! The food is plentiful and yummy, worth a return visit.

Cost: Average to high ($10 – $25 per entree)

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