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BEST OF BAINBRIDGE Special Supplement to the Bainbridge Island Review


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Welcome to the Best of Bainbridge Island BY BRIAN KELLY

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e’ve reviewed the candidates and behold — the favorability ratings are off the chart! The ballots have been gathered and the votes tallied for the Best of Bainbridge 2016. The people (aka readers of the Bainbridge Review and bainbridgereview.com) have spoken, and the Review is proud to announce Bainbridge Island’s bests from north to south. Looking for landslides? Well, it was another competitive contest this year, with many categories having closely packed winners advancing to the first-, second- and third-place spots. Once again, “Best of Bainbridge” voters had some tough choices to make because the Bainbridge brand is a mark of high quality already. Now it’s time to salute the winners in the Bainbridge Island Review’s “Best of Bainbridge” — our annual survey that shines a spotlight on readers’ top choice on everything from the best boss, to the best romantic parking spot, to best community volunteer. Hundreds of readers participated in this year’s vote and the categories

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Members of the Bainbridge Island High School drill team march in the 2016 Fourth of July. The parade was voted best cultural event. include shopping, services, food, fitness and sports, and more. It’s no wonder Bainbridge is a summer destination for tourists from the other side of the water and beyond.

But residents are lucky to enjoy the “Best of Bainbridge” year-round. Readers will notice some repeat winners from previous years, but some new winners as well. Congratulations to all of the winners

and finalists. Have a suggestion for new categories or other “bests” in the community? Please email Brian Kelly at editor@bainbridgereview.com with ideas.

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Helpline House has many fans, volunteers BY LESLIE KELLY

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f you live on Bainbridge Island and are in need of help, there’s an answer. It’s called Helpline House. Helpline House was voted the best community resource on Bainbridge Island in the Bainbridge Review’s 2016 Best of Bainbridge contest. And that doesn’t surprise Executive Director Joanne Tews. “We are just really grateful that people on the island feel there is a value to the work we do,” Tews said. “That gives me great satisfaction. It really is an honor and we don’t take it lightly.” Helpline House serves from 200 to 225 different clients each month from its food bank. As Tews points out, that could be for an individual of a family of four, or six, or more. The nonprofit began when local churchwomen founded Fishline, a volunteer emergency aid program in 1968. It was incorporated in 1973 as Helpline House, a nonprofit agency. Today, it offers food and social services, including crisis intervention, advocacy and referrals. In total, Helpline has eight employees, including three social workers. “We can help with anything from a ‘bad hair day’ to someone who’s getting divorced and needs to figure out where they are going to go,” Tews said. “We have shortterm counseling and we can offer a review of the household budget to determine what other sources of help might be available.” And once or twice a month organizations including Housing Solutions, Kitsap Mental Health and Kitsap Energy Assistance come to Helpline’s location to talk to those needing help. Transportation assistance, a clothing

bank, and medical equipment loan are other things they deal with. And without volunteers, those services would not be available, Tews said. She estimates they have more than 100 volunteers. While the need has stayed steady the past year, the nonprofit saw a dramatic increase in 2014 to 2015. “It’s all tied to the cost of housing,” she said. “Housing is so expensive on the island that some residents run out of money. They need help with food and utilities and other things. That’s where we come in.” Another service Helpline House offers is screening for other organizations that have scholarships to give away. They do that for school sport’s teams, the local parks and recreation district, and local childcare providers. “In these cases, the groups are reluctant to ask parents about their finances to determine if their child should get a scholarship to play lacrosse,” she said. “So they refer people here and we do that for them. And then we go back to the groups and tell them the details so they can award the scholarships to those most in need.” With a motto “Neighbors Helping Neighbors,” she sees the work of Helpline House as “kind, compassionate help.” “In times of crisis, we are able to be compassionate,” she said. “We help get people out of jams. We make sure they are cared for. And that creates a true sense of loyalty.” Although Bainbridge is thought of as a wealthy community, Tews said Helpline House is needed and is seen as a “homespun business.” “It’s made up of the community’s best angels,” she said. Tews thinks that Helpline House received the Best of

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Volunteer Monica Edwards sorts food donations. Bainbridge award because of its reputation. “We have a great reputation,” she said. “People trust in our work, the caliber of our work and the kind of work we do. And we get great assistance from our donors. We’re in a very envious spot and we work hard to maintain that.”

Rebecca Judd Branch Manager, Bainbridge To meet the needs of the more than 285,000 people who reside in Kitsap, Kitsap Regional Library operates nine locations, a bookmobile, an outreach program and a virtual library at KRL.org. Thank you Bainbridge Public Library for owning and maintaining the library building and grounds on Bainbridge.


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There’s a park for everyone on Bainbridge Island BY LESLIE KELLY

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or more than 50 years the Bainbridge Island Metro Park & Recreation District has provided recreational and cultural programs to Islanders of all ages. The Island’s park inventory includes 1,500 acres, more than 90 percent of which is protected open space. The park district works in partnership with nonprofit agencies such as the Bainbridge Island Land Trust and the Bainbridge Island Parks Foundation to keep the parks running well. The Bainbridge Island Metropolitan Park & Recreation District offers its users a wide variety of places to recreate, get together with friends and have fun. From local heritage properties to past military sites to scenic treasures to neighborhood play areas, there are more than 1,600 acres of parks and 32 miles of trails just waiting to be discovered. Last year, islanders voted to approve the purchase of the 23-acre Sakai property, a former strawberry farm that will eventually be developed into a central park for the island. Fay Bainbridge Park is a 17-acre marine camping park with 1,420 feet of saltwater shoreline on the north-

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Bloedel Reserve was voted as a finalist in the Best Places to Picnic on Bainbridge Island. east corner of Bainbridge Island. The park offers sweeping views of Puget Sound, the Cascade Mountains and features sandy beaches. On clear days, Mount Rainier and Mount Baker are visible from a sandy beach. The new and improved campground at Fay Bainbridge is open for the season, the campground has 15 tent sites. For pic-

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nicking, there are two shelters, both with water and electricity. There are also 10 to 12 unsheltered picnic tables. Both shelters are available by reservation by calling 206-842-2306, ext. 118. Fay Bainbridge and nearby Fort Ward parks are both designations of the Washington Watertrails Association Cascadia Marine Trail, and camping is

available at specified beach campsites. Fort Ward Park has a boat launch available. Another great park on Bainbridge Island is Battle Point Park, 11299 Arrow Point Drive NE, in the central part of the island. The park totals 90.3 acres, is a former naval radio station, and is largely open space with two ponds, jogging trail, two soccer fields, three softball fields, horse area, a picnic shelter, two tennis courts, play areas, two basketball courts, a large children’s play structure and garden plots. For more go to www.biparks. org/index.htm. The Bloedel Reserve is the island’s most famous park, more accurately, a 150-acre public garden. Co-owner of the MacMillan Bloedel Timber Company, Prentice Bloedel, with his wife Virginia resided in what is now the Bloedel Reserve from 1951 until 1986. The Bloedels spent many of their years on the property transforming it into a magical oasis that would become a internationally renowned public garden. Its 150 acres seamlessly blend natural woodlands and a variety of landscaped gardens, including a Japanese Garden, a Moss Garden, and Reflection Pool, all surrounding the Bloedel’s former estate home.

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Bike route

Kayak route

Lynwood to Point White Pier

Eagle Harbor

FINALISTS Battlepoint Grand Forest Along Manitou Beach

FINALISTS Fort Ward to Blake Island Port Madison Blakely Harbor

Place to swim Hiking trail

Grand Forest

Bainbridge Aquatic Center

FINALISTS Gazzam Lake Fort Ward Battle Point Park

FINALISTS Lytle Beach Pool at Pleasant Beach Wing Point

Jogging route

Place to workout

Battle Point

Island Fitness

FINALISTS Grand Forest Fort Ward Pleasant Beach to Fort Ward

FINALISTS Barrecor Bainbridge Athletic Club Bainbridge Yoga House

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Biking is a favorite on Bainbridge; Lynwood to Point White Pier won the Best Of title.

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Tennis courts

BHS FINALISTS Bainbridge Athletic Center Wing Point Battlepoint

Weight loss program

Island Fitness FINALISTS Barrecor Weight Watchers Bainbridge Aquatic Center Ubbe’s Fitness

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Finalist, Best Place to Swim: Pool at Pleasant Beach.

Yoga studio

Bainbridge Yoga House FINALISTS Island Fitness Dayaalu Center Barrecor

Art gallery

Cultural event

Event on the island

Bainbridge Art Museum

4th of July Parade

Grand Ol’ Fourth

FINALISTS Rotary Auction Grand Ol’ Fourth BPA Performances

FINALISTS Rotary Auction 3rd of July Street Dance Bainbridge Performing Arts

FINALISTS Roby King Art Gallery Bainbridge Arts & Crafts Bainbridge Performing Arts

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Holiday display

Baked Goods

Bainbridge Gardens Pumpkin Walk

Blackbird Bakery

FINALISTS Seabold Residence on Highway 305 Bon Bon Fourth of July Bloedel Reserve Holiday Village

Public art

Bainbridge Island Art Museum FINALISTS Frog Rock First Friday Art Walks Ethan Currier stone sculptures

FINALISTS Pan ‘d Amore Coquette Bainbridge Bakers

Bar/tavern

Harbour Public House FINALISTS Bainbridge Island Brewing Ale House on Winslow Treehouse Cafe’

Beer selection

Bainbridge Island Brewery FINALISTS Ale House on Winslow Harbour Public House Plate & Pint Luciano Marano/Staff Photo

Winner, best bar/tavern: Harbour Public House.

Helpline House is delighted to be awarded Best Community Resource for the 2016 Best of Bainbridge Island. We want to thank everyone who voted for us and especially our loyal supporters and community partners without whom we could not continue with our mission of “Neighbor helping neighbor – one neighbor at a time.”

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Breakfast/brunch

Streamliner Diner FINALISTS The Madison Diner Jake’s Pickup Blackbird Bakery

Caterers

Jake’s Pick Up FINALISTS Metro Market Simply Bainbridge BI BBQ

Coffee house

Blackbird Bakery FINALISTS Pegasus Hitchock Cups Espresso

Dessert

Mora Iced Creamery FINALISTS Blackbird Bakery Gelarto Italian Ice Jake’s Pickup

Fish & chips

Habour Public House FINALISTS Doc’s Marina Grill Jake’s Pickup Plate & Pint

Hamburger

Hammy’s Burgers FINALISTS Harbour Public House Jake’s Pickup Soup’r Burger

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Winner, Best Breakfast/Brunch: Streamliner Diner.

Happy hour

Beach House at Pleasant Beach FINALISTS Hitchcock Plate & Pint Fletcher Bay Winery - “Wine Down Wednesday”

Juice/smoothie/ yogurt shop

Sunshine Frozen Yogurt FINALISTS Island Cool Frozen Yogurt Mora Iced Creamery VerJus

Mexican/ Southwestern Menu

Casa Rojas FINALISTS San Carlos Isla Bonita

Milkshake

The Madison Diner FINALISTS Mora Iced Creamery Hammy’s New Rose Cafe

Outdoor dining

Beach House at Pleasant Beach FINALISTS Harbour Public House Doc’s Marina Grill Manor House at Pleasant Beach

Pizza

Treehouse Cafe’ FINALISTS Bene Pizza That’s A Some Westside Pizza

Seafood

SuBI FINALISTS Marche Harbour Public House Hitchcock

Vegetarian

Emmy’s VegeHouse FINALISTS Jake’s Pickup Thuy’s Pho House VerJus


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Three awards claimed by Jake’s Pickup Jake’s Pickup racks up three BOB wins BY LUCIANO MARANO

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orking 80 or even 90 hours a week with your mother standing over one shoulder and your wife over the other may not sound to many men like a recipe for success. But for Jake Angel, the titular Jake behind the “gourmet fast food” spot Jake’s Pickup, it’s yielded an award-winning product. Indeed, he wouldn’t have it any other way. “You’re going to have a zillion friends in and out of your life from the time you’re a baby until the time you die,” he said. “But if you have good family, and you can kind of keep that family in your little circle, then those should be your best friends.” And he’s not just talking about relatives either. Angel makes it a point to treat his customers like family. Employees, too. After all, they work in the same kitchen as he, his wife and his mother, and that also is a philosophy that has earned him a lot of respect. Jake’s Pickup claimed three top spots in this year’s Best of Bainbridge poll, as nominated and voted for by islanders. They won “Best Boss,” “Best Caterers” and “Best Vegetarian Fare,” and were also finalists in several other categories. Having only just opened in 2014– and serving locally-sourced artisan comfort food from within the incongruous venue of the High School Road Chevron Station – Angel said the restaurant’s quickly rising acclaim has surprised even himself. “It feels like a big fat hug,” he said. “We work so hard, and to get acknowledgment like that makes every ounce of effort worth it.” The “Best Boss” nod was an especially touching surprise, as Jake’s only employees about a dozen staffers – mostly high school kids. “Half my employees didn’t even vote for this,” Angel laughed. As nearly 30 votes were cast to earn Angel the award, you don’t have to be in the kitchen, it would seem, to value the man’s style. “So many people come in here and watch me orchestrate all these high school kids and say, ‘Wow, you’re doing such a good job,’” Angel said. “People always commend us on our staff because they’re such good kids,” agreed his wife and business partner Kristi. “He runs a tight ship, so we only hire the good ones.” Angel said past experience with good teachers and bad bosses alike left him with a clear idea of the kind of mentor he wanted to be. “When I was in high school the cool teachers were my idols,” he said. “It was

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Jake Angel, center, owner of Jake’s Pickup with his mother, Barbara, left, and his wife, Kristi, right. like, ‘I want to be a high school teacher.’ I like that. Fast forward, I didn’t want to be a high school teacher but here I am – I’m a high school teacher, but doing something I totally dig and it’s not geography or geology it’s ‘cookology.’ “I’ve worked under so many Gordon Ramseys,” he added, referencing the infamously hot headed gourmet whose very name has become a kind of culinary shorthand for tyrant. “You wanted to work in their kitchen so bad you didn’t care what they did. You just wanted to learn their stuff and get respect from them – which you may not ever have gotten. It taught me how to be really good in the kitchen but it also taught me what I didn’t want to be in a boss.” Thus the Jake’s model: Angel leads his teenage troop in the kitchen with his characteristic soft-spoken enthusiasm, assisted and inspired by his mother Barbara. “She has led the brigade of my culinary career without question,” Angel said. “Everything I do is to either one-up mom or to show her I can do it or to make her proud. If I can run 70 percent of this as quickly as she can when I grow up, I’m all set. She’s insane.” Barbara insists, however, that she’s just support staff. “It’s all him,” she said. “Anything I could do, he takes it up a notch and does better.” Kristi works the front of the house, manages the catering business, and is also an artist (her handiwork adorns the restau-

rant’s signs and menus). “No one’s ever dissatisfied,” Kristi said. “He’s putting out food that should be served at a fancy bistro cafe.” The fare reflect’s Angel’s life on a plate: He spent 14 years as a chef and caterer on Orcas Island before opening Jake’s. He was head chef at The Orcas Hotel and at the renowned Christina’s Food and Wine, so he’s no stranger to fine dining. The dining at Jake’s though is fine minus the frills. Breakfast options include frittatas made with local organic eggs ($7-$9), an egg sandwich ($7.50) and Saturday’s special: awe-inspiring jumbo cinnamon rolls ($4.75). For lunch, popular choices are the “Memphis style” BBQ pulled pork sandwich ($9), shrimp or cod Po-boy ($11), the beef/pork/bacon Tri-Power Burger ($9) and Mom’s Tuna Salad on rye ($9.50), among others. And, of course, there are Sconenuts. Angel’s own creation: a scone made from doughnut dough. Not to be missed. Jake’s is a name on the rise. The res-

taurant is set to add additional seating soon, Angel hopes to partner with the the Hungry Bear Market owners and have products for sale in other locations as well, and the weekly island-based gear head get together Cars & Coffee recently relocated their Thursday morning chats to the Chevron station after talking with Angel, a well-known car guy himself. “I want Jake’s Pickup to be a reality show,” Angel said. “This is a trip, when people come in here – the blending of white collar, blue collar – all over food. “When my grandpa died, he didn’t have any money but he had so much respect that it was beyond ridiculous,” he added. “You can’t take your money with you when you go, but you can take respect. I want to treat people the way he treated people.” Jake’s Pickup (406 High School Road NE) is open seven days a week from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m., and can also be found at the downtown Winslow Farmers Market from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. every Saturday. Visit www. jakespickup.com or call 206-842-5595 to learn more.

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Finalist, Best Cultural Event: Rotary Auction

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Winner, Best Kayak Route: Eagle Harbor

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Finalist, Best Bar/Tavern: Bainbridge Island Brewing

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Winner, Best Garden Center: Bainbridge Gardens

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Winner, Best Jogging Route, Playground: Battle Point Park

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Wine list

Bed & Breakfast

Suzanne Maurice Wine Bar

The Eagle Harbor Inn

FINALISTS Marche Eleven Winery Harbor Square Wine Shop Hitchcock

Winery

Eleven Winery FINALISTS Fletcher Bay Winery Eagle Harbour Winery Rolling Bay Winery

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Dog walking location

Battle Point FINALISTS Grand Forest Fort Ward Park Trail Gazzam Lake

Entertainment venue

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Park

Playground

Battle Point Park

Battle Point Park

FINALISTS Fay Bainbridge Fort Ward Owen’s Playground

FINALISTS Owen’s Playground Winslow Waterfront Park Eagledale Park

Picnic spot

Retirement residence

Fay Bainbridge

Madison Avenue Retirement

FINALISTS Bloedel Reserve (Bard at Bloedel) Lytle Beach Fort Ward Luciano Marano/Staff Photo

Place to kiss & make up

On the Ferry FINALISTS Grand Forest Bene Pizza Point White Dock

Winner, Best Beer Selection: Bainbridge Island Brewing

Place to meet people

Place to worship

Town & Country Market

St. Cecilia’s Parish

FINALISTS Bainbridge Island Farmers Market at City Hall Harbour Public House On the Ferry

FINALISTS Grace Episcopal Church Newlife

FINALISTS Madrona House Wyatt House Retirement Bainbridge Senior Living

Romantic parking spot

Rockaway Beach FINALISTS Fay Bainbridge Point White Dock Halls Hill Park

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Tourist attraction

Public servant

Bloedel Reserve

Jay Inslee

FINALISTS Paper & Leaf Downtown Winslow The Ferry

FINALISTS Carla Sias Bainbridge Police Department Lara Lant City of BI info desk Roger Townsend

Boss

Teacher

Jake Angel FINALISTS The bosses at Island Fitness Nicole Niehaus Carter Dotson Windermere Bainbridge

Doug Olson FINALISTS Barry Hoonan Ms. Mirkovich Noah Barfeild Vicki Milander Wilkes Elementary

Community volunteer

Accountant

Rotary club

Natalie Davidson FINALISTS Kelly MacDonald Cynthia Hall (Massa) Eric Edenholm

FINALISTS Karen Lehotsky Tom McClosky Chris Ortiz Daphne Stewart Luciano Marano/Staff Photo

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For Voting Us Best Massage Therapists on Bainbridge Island ISLAND HEALTH MASSAGE THERAPY LISA SULLIVAN, LMP, MMP • JULIA SULLIVAN, LMP • Orthopedic Medical Massage Therapy • National Board Certification • Injury Treatment & Pain Management • Neck & Back, TMJ, Migraines & Sciatica • Deep Tissue & Sports Massage • Pediatric, Adolescent, Adult Care • Preferred Provider for Most Major Insurance Plans

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Acupuncture

Bank

Bajda Welty/Fire Dragon

Chase

FINALISTS Element 7 / Dr. Holly Christy Maria Cook Neil Conaty

FINALISTS Columbia Bank Bank of America Kitsap Bank

Bank teller & where Architect

The Lawson Design Studio FINALISTS Coates Design Architects Seri Yeckel Russ Hamlet

Jennifer Carrillo at Chase FINALISTS All at Bank of America Maia Bentley at Umpqua Bank Stacey Hart at Kitsap Bank

Barista Auto repair

Island Center Automotive FINALISTS Modern Collision Blue Canary Green Light Garage

Kale Lotten Hitchcocks FINALISTS Natalya Niehaus at Bainbridge Crepes Andora at Town & Country Michele Weisner at Starbucks Safeway

Thank you, Bainbridge! See you at

23rd Annual Pumpkin Walk October 14 and 15!

Bainbridge Vision would like to say

THANK YOU to all our patients for voting us Best of Bainbridge, Best Eyeglass Selection. We value the care and satisfaction of all our patients and want them walking out feeling confident in their eyewear! We strive to bring in the latest eyewear trends and look forward to seeing our returning and new patients! Thank you Bainbridge Island for your support!

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Window dressings are as sweet as what’s inside BY LESLIE KELLY

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ocals know that when they’re walking along Winslow Way, they need to stop at Bon Bon and take a look at the windows. “I’m very aware of my windows because we’re right in the middle of downtown,” said Lisa Wangen, owner of Bon Bon candy store. “I like to change them often – once or twice a month.” Bon Bon candy store was voted Best Of Bainbridge Island for its colorful and everchanging windows. Wangen creates the designs herself. “In high school, I started working at Nordstrom’s and I helped do the window displays,” she said. “I worked alongside their creative person. And I’ve always loved art. I used to paint. So I guess this is my way to be creative.” But her work in retail started long before that, when she helped her father who owned a health food store in Anchorage, Alaska. “We’d get things like raisins in bulk and I’d package them in smaller portions,” she said. “From that point on, I knew I wanted to have my own store someday.” After moving to Seattle and working at Nordstrom’s for 15 years, and being a stay-at-home mom, the family relocated to Bainbridge Island. She began looking for the candy store and found there wasn’t one.

“I’d take my kids to the library and then the candy store,” she said. “That was our outing. But when I got here, I asked and people told me there was no candy store in town. So I started researching the candy industry and wrote a business plan.” The first bank she went to, to get a business loan, told her a candy store would never work on Bainbridge. “They said Bainbridge was too healthy,” Wangen said. “But the second bank said “yes.” She opened the store in January of 2007, in its first location, on Bjune Drive. The store moved to its current location at 230 Winslow Way four years ago, just after the Easter holiday candy rush. Every season is different, as to what’s most popular. But the store’s homemade fudge is always a big seller. “When we started, I made all the fudge,” she said. “But I’d be up at 3 a.m. doing that. So now, I make some and I have a local mom who makes it, too.” Dark chocolate-sea salt is the top seller. A new flavor, butterscotch-salted caramel, is gaining in popularity. “We are always trying new flavors,” she said. “This summer, watermelon and sour lemon seem to be big hits.” At Christmas time, she sells more than 700 pounds of fudge ordered online and sent out by mail. In all, she buys her candy

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Lisa Wangen, owner of Bon Bon. from 30 different vendors and stocks locally made items and candy from elsewhere. “Our (Pink Peony brand) truffles are local and so is the Bainbridge Brittle,” she said. “And we buy chocolate from Seattle makers like Theo’s. But we also have chocolates from all over Europe.” The most expensive chocolate bar in the store is $18 and “should be thought of like

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fine wine,” she added. She has a large selection of nostalgic candy, including Necco’s, Moon Pies, Ice Cubes, and Gold Mine gum. “I just love it when people come in here and see the old candy and say ‘Oh, I had that when I was young.’ I know it brings back good memories of when they were kids.” She also has a section of licorice, taffy, lollipops, gummies, and organic hard candy. And there’s a section of sugar-free candy, too. Wangen admits that she’s fussy about appearances. She likes a neat, clean store and she wants every box of candy that goes out the door to be properly packaged. “My staff knows that they have to cut the fudge a specific way, and that the ribbon on the box needs to be right and that the store logo sticker has to be straight,” she said. “I’m very into presentation.” She also won’t sell anything before she tastes it. “I’m a runner, so I work off the sugar that way,” she said. She currently has 13 employees. As for the windows, her favorites to do are her Christmas holiday scenes. Themes include gingerbread houses and The Nutcracker. But she won’t put out a holiday window more than a month before the holiday.

Sole Mates has soul, shoes, socks and lots more BY LESLIE KELLY

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nown for its twice a year Blow Out sales, Sole Mates, Bainbridge Island’s most popular shoe store, has been named the “best” for the third year in a row. “I don’t know why we’re the best,” said owner Dorothy Scott. “It’s probably because we have a classy section, a broad selection and good customer service.” Sole Mates opened in December of 2003, and was located on the corner at Bainbridge Village, near Safeway. About four years ago, the store needed more space and moved down the block to Suite C5, 275 High School Road NE, still in the Bainbridge Village. The business was opened by a husband and wife team, Dorothy and her husband, Jack, who has since passed away. Dorothy has an extensive background in retail management and worked in the shoe business in San Francisco for 15 years, before relocating to Bainbridge Island. At the time she was selling inventory management systems for retailers and the Pacific Northwest was her territory. “We moved to Bainbridge because it has the best schools and we had three school-aged children,” she said. Not too long after that, she realized she missed retail and decided to open Sole Mates. She and her husband came up with the name. “The goal has always been to provide the local community with comfortable, good quality shoes,” she said. “We have all the usual suspects.” Those brands include Birkenstocks, Sorel, Clarks, Sperry, Born, dankso, Keen, Merrel, and tamaris. The

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Owner Dorothy Scott and manager Nancy Rockett-Ward. store has children’s, women’s and men’s shoes in sizes newborn to men’s 14 and 15. And they can special order sizes that aren’t in the store. Scott does all the buying herself. Company representatives visit her at the store and she attends three shows every year, in LasVegas, Salt Lake City and Portland. “That shows me what’s going on in the world of shoes,” she said of the trade shows. Currently the store has seven employees and manager

Nancy Rockett-Ward. Every employee is educated on every shoe brand that Sole Mates offers. “It’s a requirement for them to go through rigorous course,” Scott said. “They are trained because people have different kinds of feet.” Athletic shoes and a separate department for runner’s shoes, apparel and accessories is part of what they do. And they custom make insoles on location. They carry North Face jackets and outerwear, backpacks, purses and socks — lots of socks. And if you join the Loyal Local Club, you get a free pair of socks on your birthday. “Our Loyal Local Club also offers a Internet price match, a 365 day return policy, and five percent back in rewards that never expire,” she added. Anyone who’s been on Bainbridge Island knows about the Blow Out sales that happen in mid August and mid January. “We sell all the inventory and bring in all new for the next season,” she said. “Shoes are aggressively marked down and we sell a lot of shoes.” Scott wants customers to know that her normal prices aren’t “up priced.” “People sometimes think that, because this is Bainbridge Island,” she said. “But we are priced competitively and there’s no surcharge.” About being voted the Best of Bainbridge Island in the shoe category, Scott thinks it’s because “we have a good selection of products, and people feel good about what they purchase. They know if they have a problem, they can come back and we’ll help them.”


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Customer service

Town & Country Market FINALISTS Paper & Leaf Jake’s Pickup Island Fitness

Daycare

Peacock Family Center FINALISTS Hazel Creek Bainbridge Island Child Care Centers First Years

Dentist

Wicklund Dental FINALISTS Sally Hewitt Dr. Thomas M. Knight Drs. Elizabeth and Nicolas Bell

Dog groomer

Salty Dog Wash Luciano Marano/Staff Photo

Winner, Best Bike Shop/Repair: Bainbridge Island Cycle Shop

Bartender

Chiropractor

Rob Frease Bainbridge Island Brewing

Dr. Lucia Vracin & Dr. Morang RillingIsland Health & Chiropractic

FINALISTS Mike at Plate & Pint Iris at Hitchcock Dean at San Carlos Mike and Zach at Alehouse on Winslow

Bike shop/repair

Bainbridge Island Cycle Shop FINALIST Classic Cycle

FINALISTS Dr. Julie Rosenblatt/ Integrated Wellness Center Kirk Petheram Dr. Brian Kovara/LivingWell Chiropractic

Community resource

Helpline House and Kitsap Regional Library, Bainbridge FINALISTS Bainbridge Youth Services

Construction

Fairbank Construction FINALISTS A Kitchen That Works LLC Smallwood Construction PHC

FINALISTS Fluffy Ruff Dog Spa B.I. Barkery Chuck

Electrician

Bainbridge Electric FINALISTS Rolling Bay Electric Ocean Electric

Eye doctor

Island Family Eyecare FINALISTS Dr. Sherri Egashira Bainbridge Vision Sheri Steele


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Voted the Best of Bainbridge Childcare Center

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HEALTH CARE WHERE YOU LIVE, WORK AND PLAY. Access to quality health care is even easier thanks to Virginia Mason Bainbridge Island Medical Center. We provide primary and specialty care for all ages including family medicine, internal medicine and concierge medicine with daytime, evening and weekend appointments available to fit your busy lifestyle, as well as walk-in urgent care services seven days a week. And we’re not only in your neighborhood, but most likely in your network. PRIMARY CARE | SPECIALTY CARE | URGENT CARE Congratulations to Dr. Jillian Worth and Dr. Michael Tomberg who have been voted as ‘One of the Best of Bainbridge 2016.’

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Fitness club

Hair salon

Island Fitness

Firefly Salon

FINALISTS Barrecor Bainbridge Athletic Club Island Rock Gym

FINALISTS Phoenix Rising Renew Day Spa Ericksen Avenue Hair Salon

Flooring

Insurance agent

Port Madison Wood Flooring Inc.

Eagle Harbor Insurance

FINALISTS Island Floors Bainbridge Island Mills Interiors Salisbury Wood Floors

FINALISTS Larry Sears of Sears & Associates Bainbridge Insurance Agency Carney-Cargill

Landscape/ lawncare

Florist

Flowering Around

Aurora Florialis

FINALISTS Town & Country Market Safeway Melanie Benson Florial Design

Luciano Marano/Staff Photo

FINALISTS Terra Amicus Botanica Harvesterra Island Details

Winner, Best Hair Salon: Firefly Salon

Voted #1 two years in a row

YOUR SUPPORT MEANS SO MUCH. MADISON AVENUE HOUSE

It started with family. The doors of Madison Avenue House first opened 25 years ago to help our founder care for his aging mother-in-law. Today, the family still runs Bainbridge Senior Living with the same love and commitment, 100% dedicated to keeping residents and staff happy members of one big family.

Voted 2016 Best Lawyer

Leigh Noffsinger Out-of-court resolutions, even for high-conflict couples. Co-parenting guidance to support kids’ needs. Cost-efficient process tailored to each family’s situation. Comprehensive financial plans for the future.

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Bon Bon loves Bainbridge Island final color PMS 872 (metallic) and our wonderful or PMS 132 (100%, 30% and 10%) customers!

Best nail technician

Thank you for your support & voting for us

Red Hot Nails FINALISTS Tova Gannana at Tova Beauty Melissa Carlsen at Renew Day Spa Lee at Star Nails

#1 Winner Window Display! “One of the Best” Holiday Display & Gift Shop

May your day be as sweet as your are.

Thank you from the Bon Bon staff!

To Our Valued Patients:

THANK YOU “Best Chiropractors”

for voting us on Bainbridge Island. We look forward to providing you with continued patient-centered care.

Dr. Lucia Vracin, DC Dr. Morgan Rilling, DC GENTLE EFFECTIVE TREATMENT FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY

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VOTED ONE OF THE BEST LAWYERS

T HANK YOU for entrusting me with your legal needs

Pediatrician

Physician

Real estate firm

Dr. Fred Walters

Dr. Maureen Koval MD

Bainbridge Homes Real Estate

FINALISTS Dr. Jillian Worth Dr. Sarah Rice at Swedish Clinic Dr. Michael Tomberg/Virginia Mason

FINALISTS Windermere Bainbridge Buckley & Buckley Real Estate Sotheby’s

FINALISTS Dr. Molly Linhardt Dr. Thomas Monk Dr. Emily Bronec

Pharmacist

Justin Ausmeier FINALISTS Safeway RiteAid Walgreen’s

Photographer

Meghan Lawson Estate Planning | Probate Real Estate | Landlord-Tenant Employment | Business | Litigation

Law office of

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FINALISTS Pete Salutos Sue Larkin Crystal Moore Jay Trinadad

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Plumber

Mike Nelson/ Bainbridge Island Plumbing FINALISTS Andy Nelson AP Plumbing Rolling Bay Plumbing Trueman Plumbing

Realtor

Mercury Michael FINALISTS Matt Makowicz Sonja Jones Julie Meyers

Veterinarian

Winslow Animal Clinic FINALISTS Tom Penn/Winslow Animal Clinic Dr. Lisa Barfield/Winslow Animal Clinic Day Road Animal Hospital

We are grateful to be chosen Best Dentist two years in a row. Align your body, Ignite your soul. THANK YOU FOR VOTING US ONE OF THE BEST IN CHIROPRACTIC AND MASSAGE Many thanks to all our supporters who voted for us. We love being a part of this community! 164 Knechtel Way | 206.842.4219 | www.integratedwellnessbi.com

We enjoy serving you and we welcome your family and friends!

206.842.6624

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Waiter/waitress & where

Jen O’Neill FINALISTS Erica at Madison Diner Pino at Via Rosa Yolanda at Beach House and Manor

Antique/ Consignment

Meli Melo Island Vintage Boutique FINALISTS Bargain Boutique Seattle Children’s Bargain Botique Closet Transfer

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Clothing Shop

Gift shop

Shoes

Sweet Deal Clothing

Bay Hay and Feed

Sole Mates

FINALISTS Bay Hay & Feed Covet (formerly Blinx) Petit & Olson

FINALISTS Bon Bon Ace Hardware Calico Cat Danger

FINALISTS Magnolia’s Bay Hay & Feed Blue Island Shoes Petit & Olson

Eyewear selection

Island Family Eyecare FINALISTS Elle’s Bainbridge Vision Eyeland Optical

Garden center

Bainbridge Gardens FINALISTS Bay Hay and Feed ACE Hardware

Jeweler

Window display

Gilbert Thomes

Bon Bon

FINALISTS Sweet Deal Clothing Bainbridge Arts & Crafts Danger

FINALISTS Churchmouse Sweet Deal Petit & Olson

Kids clothes

Lollipops FINALISTS Bay Hay & Feed Sweet Deal Bargain Boutique

ChASe iS PrOUd TO SUPPOrT OUr BAiNBridge iSLANd NeighBOrS

SO YOU CAN LOve Where YOU Live.

T hank you Bainbridge Island for your Votes!

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Contour your garden to fit your lifestyle. Let us help you fall in love with your home all over again.

THANK YOU ISLAND FRIENDS AND NEIGHBORS for voting me one of the BEST REALTORS on Bainbridge Island for the second year in a row. It’s an honor and privilege to live and work with you on this beautiful island we call HOME!

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Thank you for voting us

BEST PUBLIC ART and

BEST ART GALLERY Thank you for voting us

BEST TOURIST ATTRACTION

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BEST TOURIST ATTRACTION

A walk through our series of gardens and forests rejuvenates even the most bogged-down. B A I N B R I D G E I S L A N D , WA www.bloedelreser ve.org

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DISCOVER THE CONTEMPORARY ART & CRAFT OF THE PUGET SOUND REGION.


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Thank you to all our Clients! We are honored to have been voted the

#1 Real Estate Office on Bainbridge Island.

In the Heart of Downtown Winslow!

Owner Dave Manning

Owner Julie Meyers

Owner Mercury Michael

Allen Turnbull

Cynthia Kennebeck

Denise Philby

Elizabeth Bierly

Gabrielle Ritter

Larry Kight

Laurel Powell

Lori Robinson

Marilyn Manning

Matt Makowicz

Michael Holland

Michelle Holland

Nancy Rees

Shannon Morgan

Terri Kaminski

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