The sunny yellow exterior of this colonial home provides a lovely front for this elegant spot that's a tearoom by day and bistro on weekend evenings. Enjoy specials like cream tea (with scones and cream), or take chocolate high tea with finger sandwiches and chocolate fondue during the day. It's also a popular stop for lunch or Sunday brunch, and on weekends it's a romantic dinner option for dining on eclectic Pacific Northwest food with an emphasis on seasonal ingredients—lamb
chops with mission figs and a port wine reduction, or wild Alaskan ling cod piccata. The adjacent artisan chocolate shop whips up homemade dark- and white-chocolate truffles, as well as a variety of molded chocolate candies.