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Sunday Driving, with Beth Pratt

In our next edition of Compass & Clock Magazine, our Sunday Driving installation focuses on destinations, especially for art, music and theater lovers. In choosing destinations, we found that it was almost impossible to narrow the list for one article – we overflowed the page! So, we decided to share one destination at a time with you. This month, take a drive to Port Orchard and check out the Grey House Café.

Once owned by author Debbie Macomber, the Grey House Café was purchased in March 2018 by a 3-generation family, dedicated to providing high quality food for a reasonable price.

Open daily for breakfast, lunch, and high tea, with a beautiful brunch every Sunday morning (each week a new menu), their menu is filled with taste treats.

For high tea, they do require both a reservation and pre-payment, but it is well worth it. Their homemade scones, desserts, finger sandwiches, and more will definitely satisfy the palette.

They offer catering services, too, and their gift shop is filled with great trinkets and fun, seasonal gifts.

This destination is very accessible, with lots of their dining space on the main level, and no stair climbing is required. Parking is ample, and they are easy to find. For updates on their menu, see their Facebook page or their website.

Phone: 360-876-5695 Website: Location: 1130 Bethel Avenue, Port Orchard, WA

Sunday Driving Articles are written by Beth Pratt. Member of Compass & Clock, and Community Relations Director at Park View Villas

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