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Best American Restaurants in Poulsbo

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The Clearwater
The Clearwater
(675)
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Contemporary American | Poulsbo, Seattle

Great scallops! Creative salads. Good Value. We went on a Wednesday expecting music but the musician that had been hired was a no show. Somewhat disappointing. In addition the wine we ordered (The Jack) was listed on the menu as Cabernet Sauvignon when it was actually a Red Blend. Menu should be corrected to avoid confusion. More

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Discover Poulsbo

Poulsbo, Washington is renowned for its Scandinavian heritage and the popular downtown tourist area known as "Little Norway." While the facades in the neighborhood reflect the Old World, the food of the area is highly contemporary. Of course, Norwegian food isn't hard to find, whether you want to snack on a traditional kringla or enjoy some expertly cooked Norwegian mackerel. But this idyllic harbor town offers a lot more than mackerel, with several top-rated fish houses offering everything from Friday night fries to more upscale seafood. Scandinavian food and fish are hardly a surprise here. What does surprise most visitors is the abundance of authentic Mexican cuisine with more than one taqueria tucked into the historic district.

Discover Poulsbo

Poulsbo, Washington is renowned for its Scandinavian heritage and the popular downtown tourist area known as "Little Norway." While the facades in the neighborhood reflect the Old World, the food of the area is highly contemporary. Of course, Norwegian food isn't hard to find, whether you want to snack on a traditional kringla or enjoy some expertly cooked Norwegian mackerel. But this idyllic harbor town offers a lot more than mackerel, with several top-rated fish houses offering everything from Friday night fries to more upscale seafood. Scandinavian food and fish are hardly a surprise here. What does surprise most visitors is the abundance of authentic Mexican cuisine with more than one taqueria tucked into the historic district.