For as long as The Hardware Store has been in business, we’ve been committed to having fresh, locally grown produce and food products available for our menu. You can imagine how many cases of vegetables and herbs we go through here, and the availability of gorgeous, organic heirloom, and unusual varieties inspire our ever-changing, seasonally designed specials and menus.
Local vendors we work with –
The cheese of Kurtwood Farms is farmstead cheese, meaning that it is made on the farm from the milk produced on the farm.
A century old farm-stead nestled in the heart of Vashon Island. Always Farm Fresh…..Always Farm Friendly.
Fresh, organic vegetables. Even a small garden can make a difference!
Sixth generation farmers who provide many of the ingredients needed for the best holiday meals.
Recognized both locally and nationally for wonderful baking and pastries.
An exceptional quality premium beef brand from the heart of the Northwest.
Since 1975, it has been our mission to be the premier provider of the finest sustainably farmed shellfish products in the market today.
Since 1976, Island Spring has been in the business of good health, making tofu and tofu-based products at their plant on Vashon Island in Washington State.
Vashon’s local distilling company. We have their full line of high-end spirits in our bar.
Named after the fertile, rolling hills of the Palouse in Eastern Washington, these wines embody their namesake’s distinguishing characteristics, providing a smooth, round and voluptuous wine experience.
Vashon Winery is a tiny “garagiste” winery producing less than 600 cases of wine annually that are structured wines that improve with age.
Wines that are opulent, voluptuous and concentrated wines that are immensely pleasing in their youth, yet possess the structure and balance to reward cellaring.
Delivers classic, elegant wines that show solid typicity and age-worthy profiles.
A family’s labor of love. They strive to craft exceptional wine that honors the land, delight those who share it and celebrate the people who work with them.
Founded in 1988, this small family winery has remained independently owned and operated by Lou Facelli, his wife Sandy, and their three daughters.
The largest privately owned wine company in the Northwest.
Outstanding estate wines. A Yakima Vally darling.
Established in 1988, Seven Hills Winery is one of Walla Walla Valley’s oldest and most respected wineries.
Founded in 1984 as Walla Walla’s fourth founded winery, Waterbrook is known for fruit-forward, food-friendly wines–primarily Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, and Chardonnay. With more than 150 combined best buys and critical scores of 90 points or higher, Winemaker John Freeman works with our outstanding vineyards in the Walla Walla Valley and throughout the greater Columbia Valley.
Sourcing their grapes from some of the top vineyards in Washington State. Each vineyard is carefully selected to embody our winemaking quality and stylistic goals.
The 2012 Wise Guy Sauvignon Blanc underwent a long, cold fermentation in 100% stainless steel to keep the fresh, fragrant, grassy nature of this wonderful varietal in place.
Columbia Crest is synonymous with consistency and quality, and crafting the best bottle of wine vintage after vintage is what Columbia Crest winemaking is all about.
Vashon Coffee Company has been a family-owned business that has been in the specialty coffee business since 1982. We craft our coffees from only the finest Arabica beans purchased from the world’s renowned coffee growing regions. We are committed to conscientious buying and whenever possible purchase fair-trade, organic and shade-grown coffees that meet our exacting standards.
Vashon’s only commercial brewery is dedicated to brewing and selling the highest quality draft beer for Vashon Island.
Boneyard Beer was started with one goal in mind: Make a Great Beer!
Since 1988, they’ve been brewing a lineup of high-risk, high-reward beers from Bend in Oregon’s high desert. First for their own pub, then for a growing audience of beer fanatics.
At Mac & Jack’s, they are dedicated to making the finest ales in the Northwest. Most of their ingredients are from the Northwest, from the malted barley to the hops grown in Yakima.
Elysian has honored the efforts of other brewers and brewing cultures. Uniquely among brewpubs, they have offered rare German and Belgian beers at their own taps along with those of their friends, some of whom at times have joined them to brew special commemorative beers.
Handcrafted beers made from barley, hops, water and yeast, brewed using a proprietary process to remove gluten.
Vashon grown and made cider.
Vashon grown and made cider.
Proudly serving this delicious local brand.
All-natural, local chicken.