About Seeds Farm to Table

We honor and promote our Skagit Valley featuring fresh vegetables, berries and fruits from our local farmers, free range chicken, fresh seafood from our local fishing community, naturally nested eggs and grass fed beef whenever available.

Dining Experience
Outdoor Seating
During the warmer months, enjoy the shade of our 1890’s Beech Tree, home to the oldest Beech Tree in Washington or our southern exposure sun porch with beautiful hanging baskets taking in the bustling streets of historic LaConner.
Indoor Seating
In cooler months, enjoy the warmth from our fireplace while seated in our dining room that formerly housed the Tillinghast Seed Company from 1870-2005.  Origional wood work, fir floors and charming windows and old Seed Company décor surrounds your dining experience. Our cozy intimate booth seating with the view of our refurbished 1870’s bar, out of the heart of San Francisco, will inspire you to order one of our handmade cocktails.

We are Pet Friendly  •  Free WiFi  •  Air Conditioning

How it all began... The seed was planted...

“My early love of baking with my grandmother and a degree in Hotel and Restaurant Management at WSU, led me to open my first Calico Cupboard in 1981 in La Conner. With the help of my long time General Manager, Brenda Schmidt, two more Calico Cupboard locations came latter in Anacortes and Mount Vernon. After being in the business for many years, we had acquired a repertoire of recipes and ideas too large for the menu at the Calico Cupboard. This led us to opening Seeds Bistro & Bar when the Tillinghast Seed Company location became available so that those wonderful recipes could be put to use. The location couldn’t be passed it up! My love for the old seed company building and its history was a perfect spot for me to highlight foods prepared from the harvests of the Skagit Valley.” ~Linda Freed~ owner

Our Farmers We support local farmers. Here are just a few...

Hedlin Family Farms located in the heart of the Skagit Valley, has been serving the our community for four generations since 1906. They offer 40 crops of 100 different organic varieties of vegetables from beets to heirloom tomatoes, cauliflower, cabbage and berries and much more.

Gordon Skagit Farms has been farming in the Skagit Valley since 1932. The family farm is surrounded by fertile soil with views of our majestic mountains and beautiful sunsets. Gordon farms produces some of the best pumpkins, squash and apples.

Dona Flora, owned and operated by Beth Hailey, has been serving the Skagit Valley with her beautifully grown wild flowers since1981. Beth grows and arranges over 100 different kinds of perennial and annual flowers and herbs that adorn our bistro weekly.

Swanson Brother’s Farm is located at the gateway to La Conner and has been serving the Skagit Valley for generations. Berries grown by the Swanson Brothers, Dean and Jeff are produced on their family farm.

Lenning Farms, a 5th generation farm, has grown a variety of crops over the years ranging from grains, seed crops to vegetables for canning all in the beautiful Skagit Valley since 1875. They currently produce 32 varieties of berries.

Gothberg Farms, Bow, WA

Puget Sound Food Hub, Mount Vernon, WA

Golden Glen Creamery, Bow, WA

Key City Fish, Port Townsend, WA