Plan Your Visit










Places to Eat:

Chef Vincent Nattress rolling homemade pappardelle pasta for a spring menu.
(Photo by David Welton)

Indulge your culinary desires at one or more of the award-winning eateries on the island: Braeburn; Useless Bay Coffee; Orchard Kitchen; Roaming Radish (see the Fall/Winter ‘16 print issue of Whidbey Life Magazine for an article on their newest--and most unique--location), Spyhop Public House; Double Bluff Brewery; Portico Latin Bistro; Mukilteo Coffee Roasters. Or grab a pizza at the Village Pizzeria and savor the view! Take in Saratoga Passage from a perch on the deck of Prima Bistro. Or visit Langley’s newest dining addition, Saltwater Fish House and Oyster Bar. And when chocolate is the only thing that will fit the bill, don’t miss Sweet Mona’s.

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Mona created these dark chocolate loganberry liqueur medallions for Whidbey Island Distillery for the Red Wine & Chocolate event. (photo by Betty Freeman

For a picnic at Henry before the show, you have some great options: Charmers Bistro in Freeland offers special ISF meals to go(pre-order and they deliver to the festival!); you can pick up sandwiches and fixin’s at Star Store deli or The Goose and The Whidbey Island Bagel Factory.









Places to Eat:

Chef Vincent Nattress rolling homemade pappardelle pasta for a spring menu.
(Photo by David Welton)

Indulge your culinary desires at one or more of the award-winning eateries on the island: Braeburn; Useless Bay Coffee; Orchard Kitchen; Roaming Radish (see the Fall/Winter ‘16 print issue of Whidbey Life Magazine for an article on their newest--and most unique--location), Spyhop Public House; Double Bluff Brewery; Portico Latin Bistro; Mukilteo Coffee Roasters. Or grab a pizza at the Village Pizzeria and savor the view! Take in Saratoga Passage from a perch on the deck of Prima Bistro. Or visit Langley’s newest dining addition, Saltwater Fish House and Oyster Bar. And when chocolate is the only thing that will fit the bill, don’t miss Sweet Mona’s.

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Mona created these dark chocolate loganberry liqueur medallions for Whidbey Island Distillery for the Red Wine & Chocolate event. (photo by Betty Freeman

For a picnic at Henry before the show, you have some great options: Charmers Bistro in Freeland offers special ISF meals to go(pre-order and they deliver to the festival!); you can pick up sandwiches and fixin’s at Star Store deli or The Goose and The Whidbey Island Bagel Factory.



FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL: 360-331-2939 or email
July 14-September 3,
Shows Thursday through Sunday at 6:00,
(matinees at 1:00 Saturdays in August).
Island Shakespeare Festival is located at 5476 Maxwelton Road, Langley, WA 98260 (MAP)
Mailing address:
PO Box 1262
Langley, WA, 98260
Click HERE for the performance schedule.