Café Nola is the best option for something a little fancier than pub grub or picnic fare. The bistro setting is pleasant, with pale yellow walls, white tablecloths, and jazz music, and there's a small patio area for alfresco dining. The food is basically American and European comfort cooking with a few modern twists. The lunch menu offers salads, burgers, and sandwiches, such as an open-faced Dungeness crab melt on foccacia or a fresh King Salmon sandwich with red pepper
aioli. At dinner, classics like pan-seared scallops and roasted pork shoulder steal the show. The restaurant is within walking distance of the main ferry terminal.