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 Bicycles, 360-331-7980
South Whidbey's primary bicycle shop offering new bikes, accessories, repairs, rentals and free trail and road maps.


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.

Blooms Taste for Wine & Art, 360-321-0515, www.bloomswinery.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!  The tasting room also features a very active live music series and regularly rotating art show.

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.

La Salon Bella, 360-321-6030, www.salonbella.org
An upbeat, modern, yet family friendly salon, where each appointment begins with a personalized style recommendation. Owner Talmadge Hickman relocated to Whidbey Island from Atlanta, GA, with extensive training from Vidal Sasson to Tony and Guy. Talmadge is currently a guest artist for KMS California. Co-owner and stylist Chelsie Perkins, a Whidbey Island native, specializes in color, cut, upstyle and make-up, with a special love for weddings!

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.

Side Market, 360-321-9925, www.side.market/

An unprecedented collaboration between a fabric designer, a fine art conservator and two lifetime artists, Side Market features an array of fashion, art, and fabrics that will inspire and uplift you.

Sojourn Studios, 360-221-6543, www.sojourn-studios.com

More than an exercise facility, Sojourn owner Jennifer Lovely is a Certified Pilates Teacher, RYT-200, Yoga Tune-up Certified Instructor, Yoga Nidra Certified, as well as a Teen Yoga Certified Teacher, leading group and private classe. The Studio also offers the holistic massage services of Sarah Hogarth, LMP (www.sarahhogarthlmp.com), holistic skin care therapies and facial waxing with esthetician Susan Bremsner of Belle Fleur, and features an Infrared Sauna.

Taproom@BayviewCorner, 360-222-2643

The taproom has a rotating selection of craft beers & cider on tap, are happy to fill growlers, and also feature a selection of wines. In addition to the bar, the adjoining restaurant welcome family with kids and features a kids menu.


Are you interested in leasing space in Bayview Corner? Contact Sandra Whiting at sandy@goosefoot.org or 360-321-4145 for information.