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Harbour Public House Is a Poutine Lover’s Paradise

Five varieties grace the menu.

By Christopher Werner February 22, 2011

Pig out on poutine at Harbour Public House.

Hey, poutine fiends. When you’re fried on Skillet, Steelhead Diner, Hattie’s Hat, et cetera, hop the Bainbridge ferry and head for Harbour Public House. The marina-side charmer is currently dedicating an entire portion of its menu to the Canadian classic/American obsession.

Type A’s can err on the safe side and order the traditional assemblage of fries, cheese curds, and gravy for $8.95; more experimental piggies can shell out a few bucks more and get silly with bacon, roasted chicken, zucchini and spinach, even mango salsa. Both will appreciate the generous slather of Mt. Townsend cheese.

Be warned: portions are ginormous.

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