This is a great place for a late night bite for Filipino food. I was impressed with the decor, and the karaoke was great to participate in. It was a bit packed on a Friday and Saturday since they had a DJ for dance music. I revisited on a weekday for more food and karaoke. If youre into filipino food and some fun this is a great spot. Staff was friendly to me.
Dress Code: I think they had a dress code but not sure what it was
In 1944, Bremerton's population had quickly expanded from about 15,000 people to somewhere around 75,000 people due to the huge war effort in the Bremerton ship yard.
That was also the year that the Bremerton Community Theatre was founded, in order to provide a bit more social and cultural life to those who had come to the community.
The organization is still going strong, and usually has several productions a year.
Among the more unique features, the theatre building (though it is a fairly modern metal structure) has a full-blown theatre pipe organ that was originally installed in the old Liberty Theatre in Pasco, Washington.
About every five years, the community theatre runs a production of the 1925 Lon Chaney version of Phantom of the Opera, in which the pipe organ plays a few interesting roles.
Dress Code: Clothes of some sort are certainly required.
Especially if you get volunteered for a role of some sort.
(Murder mysery theatres and other audience participation events would certainly be a bit more interesting with role playing clothes!)
This spacious and comfortable family restaurant offers live steel drum music on most Friday and Saturday evenings from 8pm-midnight. The food is delicious, the staff is friendly and helpful and it is a relaxing retreat. It is fun to sit at a table and sip on a tropical drink and pretend I'm on a Caribbean island somewhere. There's nothing else like it in Kitsap County!
I love going to Seattle to experience new foods and restaurants, but it is nice to have something local, too.
The prices are reasonable ($10-$15) and the menu offers food that you won't find on any other menu such as jerk chicken (double-yumm!!), curry goat (ditto!), friend plantains, mauby and sorrel (island sweet teas), pelau, and callaloo soup are just a few of my favorites.
They also offer off-site catering and will host your special event, too, for groups up to 200 people. (Most recently, our youth group had a luncheon there and we hope to book for our Christmas party.)
Dress Code: Casual.