Silver Lining Cafe is a new locally owned coffee shop and bakery that sources ingredients from the Pacific Northwest, including their coffee brewed exclusively from the local Port Angeles Gold Feather Roastery coffee beans.
The coffee is amazing and the snacks are worth writing home about!
The Silver Lining Café is a darling little coffee shop at The Wharf, a wharf and indoor plaza on the Port Angeles waterfront, along with restaurants, shopping, and even an arcade.
The Wharf is located just west of the corner of Lincoln and Railroad Avenue, and has its own parking, a multi level structure with 2 stories of easy access parking.
The Silver Lining Café is located on the first floor at the rear of The Wharf. For this reason, several tables have wonderful views of the water and the activities of the port, including the comings and goings of the Coho ferry.
The décor is basic modern nautical, with plants and the views out the windows being the most striking feature. It is quiet, pleasant, and casual.
Their menu consists of coffee or Italian soda based crafted beverages and pastries, along with some small salads or other light snacks.
The pricing is moderate, very comparable to other local coffee shops.
In addition to their regular fare, they also featured March Madness themed beverages, with spring or chocolate mint flavors being offered.
As it was early afternoon, it was time for a drink and a snack! The drink was a frozen chocolate tinted green with generous whip cream on top. The flavor was a delightful chocolate mint, and even had mini chocolate chips.
The scone was their Bacon/Cheddar/Chive. It was hearty, not heavy, and with good flavor. It was pleasant with and without butter.
The staff is friendly and efficient as they tended to the half-dozen customers visiting in the late afternoon.
The restaurant itself is welcoming, clean and well laid out. There were several other beverages and pastries that were quite enticing, so more sampling is definitely in the near future.
If you’re at The Wharf, no matter what the weather, stop in for some great hot and cold handcrafted beverages that embody the essence of Olympic Peninsula culinary culture.
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