Category Archives: Dining Out

Local Indian Eateries to Donate to Lakewood Officers’ Fund

Spice Route Cuisine of India on Bainbridge and Vashon islands, Gandhi Cuisine of India in Silverdale and Sumay Fine Indian Cuisine in Puyallup will donate 100 percent of their proceeds from Dec. 22 to the fund for families of the four slain Lakewood police officers.

More information: Spice Route (B.I.) 206-780-3545; Spice Route (V.I.) 206-436-4455; Gandhi 360.662.0599.

More later …  — MM

50s-Style Diner Rises at Fifth and Park

For 75 years, it was the site of the Park Avenue Diner .

And now, enlarged and remodeled, the restaurant at 417 Park Ave. in Bremerton is back. The Coffee Club Diner opened for breakfast May 18, and will offer breakfast (also espresso and coffee) and lunch daily.

The new place is completely re-done with a retro Fifties theme. The old Park Avenue’s counter is augmented by a new dining area — a wall has been knocked down to the adjoining room.

The menu is ambitious, starting with a number of breakfast platters, baked goods, burgers and sandwiches — pretty much your classic diner fare.

Looks promising … especially if you’re as close as we are here at The Sungeon. With its Fifties theme, though, this place could become a favorite of the fast-growing Retro crowd in Kitsap.

Open hours, as listed on their Web site, are 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Saturday and 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Sunday.

Phone: (360) 627-8147 Fax: (360) 895-4825

thecoffeeclubdiner.com

If you try it, slip me a note at mmoore@kitsapsun.com or add a comment to this post to let me know what you think .

More later … — MM