Upon the recommendation of a friend, we took the ferry to out to Orcas Island for the day. I wish that we had more time on the island to explore, but we’ll go back another time!

We did find a great spot to stop for lunch. Cafe Olga looks like an old barn. A relaxed atmosphere, great staff and fabulous food. I had an amazing Thai pasta dish with spicy prawns. Divine!

The hubby enjoyed a turkey sandwich that was an explosion of flavor with every bite. He’ll be talking about that sandwich for a long time, I bet.

For a treat to-go, the hubby grabbed a cinnamon roll. Enormous, cinnamony goodness. Bring on the sugar coma!

The restaurant was full of local art work, trinkets, jewelry, ceramics and more to buy.  Complete with a nice detail of lavender at the door. Quaint. Charming. Highly recommend to check it out if you’re going to Orcas Island. I’ll be back…

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About Jennifer Armitstead

Jennifer Armitstead is a career coach and coporate talent consultant. She helps people be their best at work. She supports companies by developing strong teams through recruiting, training and coaching. For more information about Jennifer: http://MovingForwardSolutions.com

4 responses »

  1. […] as well. Especially Orcas Island… I could seriously spend a week just there on the Island. Great food, sights and […]

  2. […] On our way up to Vancouver, we took the ferry over to Orcas Island and enjoyed a great lunch at Cafe Olga. […]

  3. will have to check this place out on our next trip to Orcas!

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