Farm Field

comfort | tradition

the corner house at the crossroads of chuckanut drive and bow hill road holds different meanings to the many folks who stop in to share their stories, the common thread is that it has always served the community in some way or another. whether as a pizza place, an auto body shop, restaurant, general store or gas station, we love hearing about it. once known as the chuckanut valley store, we chose our name as a tribute to the patina and memories inside the walls and to the surrounding beauty of skagit valley soil and waters of samish bay. 

welcome to cob + cork, the corner house at the crossroads.


cob: as in corn cob

also stocky riding horse, a male swan, a mixture of unburned clay and straw used for constructing walls of small houses in england and a crudely struck old spanish coin.

cork: as in the cork that keep a fishing net afloat

also a stopper for a bottle or jug, the outer layer of the cork oak and a county in ireland.

crossroads: as in a central meeting place

also the place of intersection of two or more roads and a crucial point where a decision must be made.

corner house: as in a neighborhood place where two streets, and people, connect.

we take time to craft your food and drink.

we pay attention to details and listen to the seasons.

we honor ingredients by making and baking from scratch.

we source as much as possible from our neighbors in the valley and beyond: potatoes, herbs, produce, berries, honey, yogurt and cheese; fresh local oysters and shellfish; free-range, antibiotic and hormone free meat and sustainably harvested wild fish. 

and we always look forward to serving you.


the cob + cork crew

photos from our family albums

barb and lisa riding.jpg
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1970 (3).jpg
dad throwing hay bales.jpg
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