At the historic crossroads of our South Whidbey community lies a beautiful complex of shops, outdoor and indoor art, entertainment venues and environmental demonstration projects. Click here for directions to Bayview Corner.
All merchants listed, with the exception of Bayview Farm and Garden, are tenants of Goosefoot. Please call to confirm hours of operation.
Basil Café, 360-321-7898
A Pan Asian Grill and Noodle House
Owners Chung and Cathy Tran bring a taste of the Far East to South Whidbey. In addition to such traditional Vietnamese dishes as Pho (noodle soup), and Bun (vermicelli & meat bowls), their menu also reflects the cuisines of China, Thailand, and Korea. Chef Chung’s Hawaiian Wings, Homemade Egg Rolls, and General Tso’s Chicken have been known to make diners swoon with pleasure. Wine and beer available.
Bayview Farm and Garden, 360-321-6789, www.bayviewfarmandgarden.com
A beautiful 2½-acre full-service farm and garden center specializing in organic products, non-toxic solutions and a stunning selection of garden and nursery plants. With major sections designed by renowned Northwest landscape architect Tom Berger, Bayview Farm and Garden was named the 2002 “Innovator of the Year” by Garden Center Magazine. You’ll be dazzled and inspired by their display and demonstration gardens, decorative items, and friendly, knowledgeable staff.
Bayview Farmers Market, 360-221-8132, www.bayviewfarmersmarket.com
Open May through October, the Market is all about fun, food and festivity. Hint: Islanders arrive on the early side before the local produce sells out, and linger with friends for lunch while enjoying local musicians. Whatever your fancy, the fresh diversity of Whidbey's farmers and artisans will tickle your stomach and your soul! Saturdays, 10 am - 2 pm.
BodySoul Work, 360-221-2677, www.lisafladager.com, located in the Sears House Annex
BodySoul Work, the psychotherapy practice of Lisa Fladager, MCAT, LMHC, R-DMT, CMA, is a soul-centered depth psychotherapy that uses talking, movement, somatic awareness, sandplay, and expressive art to heal soul, mind, and body.
Chiropractic Zone, 360-331-5565, www.chirozone.net, located in the Sears House
After fifteen years practicing in Walnut Creek, California, Dr. Craig Weiner was propelled to move to the enchanted community of South Whidbey Island. Here, his care has expanded beyond the traditional adjustment-only model. Services include spinal and extremity adjustments, exercise rehabilitation and energetic techniques such as EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques), Craniosacral Release and more. He has also since then enlisted the support of a highly trained and skilled of licensed massage therapist, Gina Ames, LMP.
Fine Balance Imaging Studios, 360-221-2707, www.fbistudios.com
Specializing in "giclée" fine art reproductions, owners Joe Menth and Nancy McFarland have served over 200 different fine artists, photographers and non-profit and commercial organizations. Services include the best high-resolution scanning on South Whidbey, Photoshop & Illustrator expertise, large/wide-format printing for fine art reproductions, digital photographic enlargements (up to five feet wide by any length), and a strong design sense for commercial jobs such as banners, store and window displays, and posters.
Half Link Bicycle Shop, 360-331-7980, www.halflinkbikes.com
Half Link is South Whidbey's primary bicycle shop offering new bikes, accessories, repairs, rentals and free trail and road maps. Owner David Gardiner has more than 10 years in the bike industry as a racer and mechanic. His expertise can get you on the right new bike or fix your old one to run as new again. If David's out on the trails, his wife and co-owner Melinda will help put you on a new ride.
Island County Public Health Dept (Bayview office), 360-221-8482
Their friendly staff offers a variety of public health services including immunizations, information, and administration of the WIC program.
Island Framery, 360-341-1418, www.islandframery.com
Owners Chris and Joy Dennis specialize in custom framing to meet your design and preservation needs. Friendly service, listening to the customer, and fair pricing are all top priorities. The majority of their offerings are sustainably managed; whether it be LEED approved products, locally-milled windfall Alder, or acid-free matting approved by the Forest Stewardship Council. Island Framery also carries a selection of studio grade art supplies.
La Salon Bella, 360-321-6030
With an emphasis on five star customer service, owner/stylist Brittney De Martini and her team offer a range of services including styling, cuts, color, foils, conditioning masks, toners, and up do’s. The salon also has a tanning bed. Monthly specials will encourage customers to try new services and products. As a Gene Juarez Academy trained stylist, Brittney will assist in enhancing your personal style with the highest quality products and services.
The Star Store, 360-321-5424
Not just any store…this is The Star Store! Where you’ll want to linger over the full service deli case (will it be curried chicken salad, veggie lasagna, or made from scratch tamales for lunch today?), the selection of wines, the specialty food and gift items, and the organic fruit and vegetables. The Bayview Star Store features only natural and organic food items and household products.
Saratoga Community Housing, 360-331-4248, www.saratogacommunityhousing.org
Saratoga Community Housing is a grassroots non-profit organization formed in response to the skyrocketing real-estate prices that have created a shortage of truly affordable housing. Based on the traditional Community Land Trust (CLT) model, Saratoga Community Housing will acquire land and build permanently affordable homes for lower to moderate income Island County residents.
Sojourn Studios, 360-221-6543, www.sojourn-studios.com
More than an exercise facility, Sojourn offers the best of what the industry has to offer. From the state of the art Gyrotonic Cobra, Stott Pilates Reformer, and Sojourn Yoga Suspension to general fitness classes like power pump, dance aerobics, stability ball challenge, you'll find it here. Owner Jodi Strevel, a certified instructor and trainer, has been in the health and fitness industry since 1988.
Taste for Wine, 360-321-0515, www.tasteforwinewhidbey.com
Local vintners Ken and Virginia Bloom of Bloom's Winery bring you the ultimate wine tasting experience! Award winning red & white wine by the taste, glass, bottle, or case. Wine-makers staff the tasting room to help customers explore the grape varieties and specialized techniques represented in the wines they've crafted. Taste their award-winning wines for a one-of-a-kind local experience!
Are you interested in leasing space in Bayview Corner? Contact Debbie Torget at email@example.com or 360-321-4145 for information.