There are lots of very good restaurants in La Conner. In fact, it’s harder to find a bad restaurant than a good one.
Here is the list of best according to Trip Advisor and Yelp.
Seeds Bistro, less than a block away, uses very good quality ingredients, grass fed beef, fresh local seafood, fruit and vegetables from Skagit Valley. They are owned by Calico Cupboard, a local bakery so they have great desserts.
Also a block away is a Mexican restaurant that is deservedly getting rave reviews. Their name is COA Mexican Eatery (named after the tool used for harvesting agave). Besides great food they also serve very good margaritas.
Another favorite of ours is Anelia’s Kitchen and Stage. From their Facebook page, “A neighborhood gathering place specializing in a mix of hearty polish family recipes and lighter fare menu items, full bar, live music on stage.” So again, great food, great service, great reviews and something you are not likely to find everywhere.
Our favorite restaurant for night out dining is Nell Thorn, perfect for romantic dinners as you can perhaps get a table near the channel. Like Seeds Bistro, they feature local seafood, grass fed beef and the freshest ingredients from our neighbors in Skagit Valley.
A very similar restaurant to Nell Thorn but with equally great reviews is Oyster and Thistle.
Finally, not because this is the last good restaurant but for brevity and increased readability, is La Terrazza, an Italian restaurant getting five start reviews.
Here is the La Conner Chamber of Commerce link for all the La Conner restaurants.
Okay two more. La Conner Seafood and Prime Rib, great food, just the furthest away; but what a great stroll and a great way to walk off the calories. La Conner Brewery, great food, great beer and ales and the best pizza (Neopolitan is my favorite). Oh and the atmosphere is fantastic and family friendly.