Business

Steve Powell

Powell named editor of newspapers

Steve Powell, who has been interim editor the past three months, has been named to the permanent post for the Bainbridge Island Review, North Kitsap… Continue reading

  • Nov 8, 2020

 

Zutto employees Callie Shoemaker and Kim Wilson, along with owners Hiromi Yoshinaga and Zeb Whitehead. Steve Powell/Bainbridge Island Review photographs

Couple that buys business together, stays together

When the majority of couples want to commit to each other they get engaged. Hiromi Yoshinaga and Zeb Whitehead got a business instead. “We joke… Continue reading

  • Nov 7, 2020

 

Chum Cho works in his shoe repair store. Steve Powell/Bainbridge Island Review photos

There’s no business like sole business

After 41 years, Cho selling Winslow shoe repair shop

  • Nov 1, 2020

 

Mock up of what it might look like.

BI council hopes digital store will help local businesses

Bainbridge Island wants to help its businesses that have been hurt by COVID-19 restrictions. So, at this week’s City Council meeting, staff was directed to… Continue reading

  • Oct 19, 2020
Mock up of what it might look like.
Riots, COVID-19 mean even more people want to move to BI

Riots, COVID-19 mean even more people want to move to BI

Inventory is very low so bidding wars are commonplace

  • Aug 31, 2020
Riots, COVID-19 mean even more people want to move to BI
Eagle Harbor Inn offers 7 “island-themed” rooms

Eagle Harbor Inn offers 7 “island-themed” rooms

A guide to The Eagle Harbor Inn and what they offer

Eagle Harbor Inn offers 7 “island-themed” rooms
Winslow business roundup: Closing doors, changing hours, and who’s still standing by

Winslow business roundup: Closing doors, changing hours, and who’s still standing by

The Bainbridge Island Review site has lifted the paywall on this developing story to provide readers with critical information. To support vital reporting such as… Continue reading

Winslow business roundup: Closing doors, changing hours, and who’s still standing by
New spot in the Pavilion offers Bainbridge fresh nightlife fare

New spot in the Pavilion offers Bainbridge fresh nightlife fare

Gerald Simonsen is retired, but come on, Bainbridge, he’s not that retired. Upon relocating to the island from Seattle about two years ago, Simonsen became… Continue reading

New spot in the Pavilion offers Bainbridge fresh nightlife fare
Coming soon: Ba Sa boasts fresh twists on traditional Southeast Asian cuisine

Coming soon: Ba Sa boasts fresh twists on traditional Southeast Asian cuisine

Gỏi Vịt. Bún Chả Hà Nội Bò Kho. Even if you may be uncertain of the pronunciation of menu items, their actual description is sure… Continue reading

Coming soon: Ba Sa boasts fresh twists on traditional Southeast Asian cuisine
Thuy’s Vietnamese restaurant finds new home on Madrone Lane

Thuy’s Vietnamese restaurant finds new home on Madrone Lane

Thuy Nguyen is no stranger to the arduous process of moving. The longtime Bainbridge Island restauranteur, owner and operator of the popular Vietnamese hotspot Thuy’s… Continue reading

Thuy’s Vietnamese restaurant finds new home on Madrone Lane
That’s A Some Pizza owner earns recognition at international competition

That’s A Some Pizza owner earns recognition at international competition

Will Grant, owner and operator of That’s A Some Pizza, has made pizza history once again. Earlier this year, the pizzaiolo (an Italian distinction awarded… Continue reading

That’s A Some Pizza owner earns recognition at international competition
Proper Fish brings beloved recipe to new Winslow restaurant

Proper Fish brings beloved recipe to new Winslow restaurant

Seattle’s best fish-and-chips have a new home on Bainbridge Island. Proper Fish opened in downtown Winslow earlier this month, the new permanent outlet for owner… Continue reading

Proper Fish brings beloved recipe to new Winslow restaurant
Making a splash: B.I. Fish Company is Lynwood’s newest seafood staple

Making a splash: B.I. Fish Company is Lynwood’s newest seafood staple

The menu at B.I. Fish Company was 15 years in the making. All that time, Jess Goldwater, co-founder of the new Bainbridge restaurant, went about… Continue reading

Making a splash: B.I. Fish Company is Lynwood’s newest seafood staple
A natural fit: Kinsfolk Wine brings speciality vino to Rolling Bay

A natural fit: Kinsfolk Wine brings speciality vino to Rolling Bay

Don’t tell me what it is. Rather, tell me what it’s not. Because what it’s not is exactly what it’s all about around here. Specifically,… Continue reading

A natural fit: Kinsfolk Wine brings speciality vino to Rolling Bay

United Yacht Sales opens new office on Bainbridge Saturday

United Yacht Sales — the largest independently owned yacht brokerage group in the world, with more than 25 offices in the U.S., Canada, Europe, Asia… Continue reading

Island distillery wins world medal for wheat whiskey

Island distillery wins world medal for wheat whiskey

In what’s been called “an unprecedented achievement,” Bainbridge Organic Distillers has walked away from three major international spirits competitions with 13 significant wins in the… Continue reading

  • Apr 22, 2019
Island distillery wins world medal for wheat whiskey
McGill’s latest hot spot expands Hitchcock family

McGill’s latest hot spot expands Hitchcock family

Bar Hitchcock, the latest delicious destination in the ever-growing stable of scenes owned by chef Brendan McGill, is open for business. Designed by Les Eerkes… Continue reading

McGill’s latest hot spot expands Hitchcock family
Life’s good on the Highside: Bainbridge’s newest booze bastion is open for business

Life’s good on the Highside: Bainbridge’s newest booze bastion is open for business

For some, increased time spent around family can result in a markedly increased consumption of alcohol. For the Glenn clan, owners/operators of Highside Distilling, Bainbridge… Continue reading

Life’s good on the Highside: Bainbridge’s newest booze bastion is open for business
Timber vies to be Bainbridge Island’s supreme steak spot

Timber vies to be Bainbridge Island’s supreme steak spot

In a single year, since moving to Bainbridge from Seattle, Tanner Baughman has brought three novelties to the local culinary scene, the latest of which,… Continue reading

Timber vies to be Bainbridge Island’s supreme steak spot
Joe Raymond named general manager of Pleasant Beach Village

Joe Raymond named general manager of Pleasant Beach Village

Joe Raymond was recently named general manager of Pleasant Beach Village. But he’s not a stranger in a strange land. Raymond grew up on Bainbridge… Continue reading

Joe Raymond named general manager of Pleasant Beach Village