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Vegetarian Cuisine, Catering, Wedding Cakes, Rustic Pastries…

Bakery Treats, Fantastic Food, Friends, Music and Fun on Vashon Island

 

   

Come and enjoy some of our wonderful pastries, coffee, pizza, salad, soups and check out our breakfast, lunch and dinner menu. Enjoy celtic music rounds on Wednesday nights, jazz on Sunday nights with the Some’tet band or check out our events and enjoy great music on the weekends. You’ll love our friendly atmosphere, delicious food, music and great times throughout the year. From music in the summer out on our back veranda, music and art in our Hastings-Cone Gallery or drinks with friends in our cozy and intimate Home Sweet Home bar.

Above all, enjoy the relaxing atmosphere, the free WIFI, and Vashon’s favorite hangout.

Hours

Weds to Sun - 9am to 8pm

Live Music at Snapdragon!

Sundays at 6:30 pm enjoy the primitive jazz and neo-bossa jams with Some'tet. Some'tet Wednesdays at 6 pm hear traditional Irish and English folk music performed by Middlemarch. Bring your instrument and join in celtic rounds.

Order in or take away

206-463-1310

EVENTS

enjoy our Events and weekend shows!

EVENTS AND WEEKEND SHOWS!

Hastings-Cone Gallery

We feature a new local artist each month. Come join us on the First Friday of each month for a champagne reception!

 

April 6th First Friday:

We have Vashon’s very own Heather Russell and her beautiful works !!

Champagne reception is Friday from 6 to 9 pm!! All are welcome !

April 14, 7-9pm – Ike Harmon

Ike Harmon! Ike Harmon will showcase two albums worth of stirring original straight-up rock. Album #1, Ike’s 2017 release, These Mansions Made of Sky, has been called a “masterpiece” and “Vashon’s Sergeant Pepper”. Long-time Islander, historian and photographer, Christopher Gaynor, says of Mansions:  

April 21, 7-9pm – John Browne

John Browne! Seattle native and Vashon resident for many years, John Browne has played guitar since his teens and picked up the harmonica in the mid-1960’s. He lived in San Francisco’s Haight-Ashbury district in 1966-67, and played with a jug band called pH Factor.

After dropping out of the high energy San Francisco music scene, Browne moved to the Oregon coast where he lived without electricity, started a garden and raised a family. A man of many talents, Browne has driven metro buses, worked as logger, commercial fisherman and for many years helped run Wax Orchard farm. He and his wife Vicki now own Judd Creek Nursery, specializing in native plants.

Join us for a special night of music with the legendary John Browne.