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Restaurants In San Juan Island/friday Harbor

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The ice cream shop next to the ferry dock usually has at least 2 flavors of sorbet, so be sure to stop by there.

I can't remember the name of the little open air grill right across the street as soon as you get off the ferry. It's part of the "Fridays Crabhouse" or something like that, my daughter says. If you go when it's busy, forget it. But if you go when it's not too busy, they can make fajitas without the tortilla or a turkey burger (probably hamburger too) without the bun. Last time I was there they said their fries weren't fried with anything else. We go to Friday Harbor for a day every year when we're camping in the San Juans and I have eaten a few times there. If it's busy though, I go to the grocery store (Kings Market, I think) and get some fruit, vegies and deli meat.

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The ice cream shop next to the ferry dock usually has at least 2 flavors of sorbet, so be sure to stop by there.

I can't remember the name of the little open air grill right across the street as soon as you get off the ferry. It's part of the "Fridays Crabhouse" or something like that, my daughter says. If you go when it's busy, forget it. But if you go when it's not too busy, they can make fajitas without the tortilla or a turkey burger (probably hamburger too) without the bun. Last time I was there they said their fries weren't fried with anything else. We go to Friday Harbor for a day every year when we're camping in the San Juans and I have eaten a few times there. If it's busy though, I go to the grocery store (Kings Market, I think) and get some fruit, vegies and deli meat.

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