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Joni and John Trumbull opened Roses in 1991. The name is derived from the roses planted around the shop's original location. Bakery was included in the name as our original cafe menu relied heavily on sweet and savory goods from the bakery oven. A retail store was added in 1995, which allowed us to sell our baked goods as well as cheese, charcuterie, wines and pantry staples for the serious cook. In 2003, we moved into the remodeled original Eastsound fire station and brought everything under one roof. From the beginning, the intent of Roses was to see nourishment from a more holistic standpoint, providing good, satisfying food and building a sense of community that values the relationships
It is the little things that count when providing service. We had three different servers and unfortunately our second server lied to us about the our poached eggs and their cooking time. Luckily our last server saved the experience from being totally annoying and pointed...More
They were very busy (which I think is typical because the food is so good) so we sat at the counter which was perfect as you got to watch all the prep work with the fresh ingredients. Loved it. We had soup and flatbread pizza...More
This was our first stop on the island and what a way to start. My husband had the pizza with anchovies, caramelized onions, and olives and I had the heirloom tomato salad with burrata. The salad was served with fresh baked bread and was perfect...More
My husband and I stopped here for lunch. We ate in the cozy patio in the back of the restaurant. The service was great. They have really good sandwiches. Everything was freshly made. Conveniently located right in town in Friday Harbor.
I prefer the a counter seat because it is close up to the working kitchen, in which the details of food preparation are in full view. Hot brick oven enables fast cooking of complex dishes. Menus change daily, distinctive offerings based on local ingredients. I...More
Whether you buy today's bread or yesterday's, you can always count on a delicious loaf from Roses. In addition, a frozen take and bake pie should always be in your freezer. Birthday cake to die for with lemon and blackberries. Lovely lunches. Many interesting kitchen...More
I had the poached egg over polenta with chili sauce, my husband had the poched egg on potato nest. My egg was nice, but the sauce wasn’t great. His eggs were hard cooked and the potatoes were “nearly burned.” The service was very friendly, and...More
Lovely deli/take out for pastries, bread and sandwiches and huge wine selection. Attached is a causal, breakfast lunch spot. with several covered outdoor seating options. Attentive service and nice menu, we had breakfast on departure day. Closed on Sunday.