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Greenbank Farm, Greenbank

Categories: Gift & Specialty Shops, Shopping
Inspirock Rating:
4/5 based on 65+ reviews on the web
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  • What a fun stop for our family! Located on a gorgeous piece of land this is a wonderful place to stop and explore the cheese shop, the cafe for a fresh slice of pie, and hundreds of acres with multipl...  read more »
  • Love the Greenbank Farm and your Pie cafĂ©. Excellent pies and Lunch! After lunch we explore the Art galleries, cheese shop, and then walked the beautiful trails. What a treasure this place is. We will...  read more »
  • There are two draws to the Greenbank Farm - the shops and the hundreds of acres of open and heavily wooded land, all accessible and off-leash/dog friendly! I have never come across a better place to w...  read more »
  • Great place for a lazy afternoon lunch. Artist, cheese and wine shops.
  • Reviews said it was great for kids and sadly that was untrue. Would be great for adults. Cheese was yummy.
  • We went here as it was touted as a fun place for kids, which was not the case. There's a half hearted attempt at a playground and that's the extent of appeal for kids except for, perhaps, the community garden. The other shops and restaurant are nice enough, but I would not recommend this place for families.
  • I'm sure most of these reviewers are talking about the Whidbey Pies and Cafe. This farm is SO much more than just that. Check out the other shops. View the art. Buy some local produce while you're at it. Learn a bit about the farm. Take a stroll through the trail around the property. Finally, if you wish to write a review, don't forget to make sure you review the right business. Giving a bad review to the entire farm (when you just stopped by for lunch) is like giving your local mall a bad review just because a restaurant inside wasn't up to your expectations. I've stopped here several times and never bothered with the cafe because it's always crowded out the doors. Eat elsewhere if you don't want to wait, but enjoy the rest of the farm when you aren't in a rush.
  • Lots of shops, wine, food and yummy pies. Check out the trails also the views here are amazing.
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