Friday Harbor, the Miracle Town

Coho Restaurant is in a craftsman style home built in the 1920s at 120 Nichols Street in Friday Harbor, the "Miracle Town."

  The recent fire that devastated Downriggers restaurant got me thinking about all the old wooden buildings in Friday Harbor. If you take a close look as you walk through town, peering beyond the storefront signs and window displays, you’ll see that almost every building in the down town core is old. This is just […]

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Brickworks – Our Neighbor to the Left

Friday Harbor Farmer's Market

Finding a home for a permanent farmer’s market located in Friday Harbor’s downtown core has been a goal for local producers for many years. As Coho opened its doors in the spring of 2008, the farming community turned its attention to our neighbor to the left, a dilapidated building used for construction storage. This eyesore […]

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A Lifetime of Fishing

Every time we ride the ferry, we pass by Cannery Landing, the sight of the former Friday Harbor Packing Company. Founded in the late 1800s, the cannery thrived and became an important source of income for many of the island population.   We recently had the pleasure of hearing “Fish Tales” at the San Juan […]

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