Back to Seabrook, Washington again today, but this time we are taking a peek at the super cute shops that are popping up there. As you enter the beach town from the main road, you first pass this sign on the side of the town’s market. I really wish we could have been there for a Saturday market.
We pulled into the first road to the right and parked in front of Front Street Market.
It is a small grocery store with much much more. Besides all your “normal” grocery items, Front Street Market has a tiny coffee shop area that serves Stumptown coffee; you can order freshly made sandwiches and salads to go, and they offer homemade ice cream sandwiches in the summer. Yum!
A few steps down the street is Seabrook Cottage Rentals – the agency where you can choose from over a hundred charming cottages for your stay there, and they also offer many items to purchase with the Seabrook logo…from tee shirts to rain jackets to sweatshirts.
Besides renting a cottage in Seabrook, you can also rent a bicycle at Buck’s Bikes.
On Front Street you will find Imagine That – a studio for painting your own pottery.
At the end of that section of the street is an Airstream that houses Crafty Christine’s creative little shop of unusual jewelry and accessories.
Now let’s go across the street to the shops over there.
I believe the one on the far end is Seabrook Kids.
(I only photographed it through the door from some reason.)
Next to it is The Stowaway, a fun wine and cheese shop.
The Seabrook Real Estate office is located up the street from The Stowaway. I wish I had taken a photo of the interior of the real estate office because it really was a beautiful space with lovely millwork.
At the end of the street, across from Front Street Market is Mill 109 – a restaurant and pub that serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner. You can check out their menus here.
a look inside…
Now let’s go over to the next block. One of the shops there is Sweet Life offering candy and ice cream – what could be better while you are at the beach, right? 🙂
Unfortunately they were closed when we were there, but aren’t their planters out front precious?!
Across from the brick building that houses Sweet Life is a wooden building with two absolutely wonderful shops – Red Velvet Bakery and Seaworthy.
Here’s a look inside Red Velvet Bakery.source
And now to my favorite shop in Seabrook… Seaworthy, a home goods store (of course 🙂 ) with a great assortment of accessories that I had a hard time resisting!
I took a lot of photographs in there.
Enjoy looking around. 🙂
Those little striped rugs and that throw pillow were calling my name, but I managed to leave them there for someone else to take home and love.
Wouldn’t you like to shop at Seaworthy? 🙂
There were a couple of other retail places that I did not photograph – a pizza restaurant called Frontager’s Pizza that is supposed to be really good and Salty Dog, a dog accessories shop with any and everything you could possibly want for your dog. There is also a fitness center, a Montessori school, and ….
Seabrook’s Town Hall.
It is a great place for a wedding if you happen to be lucky enough to get married while in Seabrook. 🙂 Your ceremony can be inside City Hall with it used as a chapel with your reception outside on the lawn, or do the ceremony outside on the lawn, (with fingers crossed for good weather!) and have your reception inside the building. You can check out the event slideshow on their site here, and below is a super sweet video from a wedding their last August.
Wasn’t that sweet?!
And now to finish up this post…We have seen the outside of many homes in Seabrook, inside the idea houses there, and today we have looked at their commercial area. For our final post (I think 😉 ) we will tour a few of the rental cottages’ interiors. (Most of them are more traditional in style than the idea houses.) Soooo…I hope to see you back here for that soon! Enjoy the rest of your weekend. 🙂
Until next time…