Over a year ago Sher and I were blessed to have been able to visit with family in the Seattle area. Fine dining is to be found along the shores of the Puget Sound. Here is one of those establishments. We’re looking forward to a return trip to Arnies soon!
We had a wonderful Sunday brunch today. Our son-in-law’s parents are here visiting as well, and our grandson is relishing having all four of his grandparents at the same time. Thus our Sunday outing was extra special.
Arnies trade mark signage
Dining w/windows overlooking Puget Sound
Arnies has been serving the area for 25 years. Today we went to the Edmonds location overlooking the Puget Sound and Edmonds Marina. You can also see the Edmonds-Kingston Ferry from the restaurant.
Each person gets their own mouthwatering cinnamon roll
Excellent Mimosa, Orange juice in champagne glass
Fresh fruit with creamy yogurt dip
Arnies is known for several things, not the least of which is their signature specialty dishes. Keep in mind that your dining experience includes not only your entrée, but a fresh fruit and dip tray. In addition, you’ll be treated to a Mimosa or OJ and a warm freshly baked cinnamon roll.
Belgian waffle, honey butter, maple syrup and bacon
Eggs Benedict with house made roasted potatoes
Three egg omelet with honey ham and Tillamook cheddar
The entrées are absolutely delicious. Each are hand prepared, served at the proper temperature, and presented as professionally as you always expect from an upscale dining establishment.
It is fun watching the Edmundson-Kingston Ferry come and go as you eat
The ambience at Arnies is relaxed with a premium feeling. The staff is most friendly and truly want you to feel like you are a valuable guest. The view of Puget Sound is truly magnificent with the islands in the distance and boats on the water. Out of all of our travels, Arnies is one of our favorite restaurants.
Note: After reliving this through our pictures and story, we are already planning our next Sunday brunch at Arnies in Edmonds.