Gallagher Co. 4243 Shoreclub Dr, Mercer Island, WA98040 Owned and operated by Tom Gallagher and his wife, Leanne, Gallagher Co. offers development and construction…More services for single-family homes, high-rise residential buildings, hotels, office buildings, industrial facilities, parking structures and more. Gallagher Co. also provides interior design services and renovations. For photos of previous projects or for more information, visit its website.
Bayley Construction 8005 SE 28th St, Mercer Island, WA98040 Bayley Construction is a general contracting company with offices in Washington and California. The company specializes…More in a variety of services that include pre-construction consulting, design, building, construction, tenant improvement, and job order contracting. The company has worked on and built a variety of buildings and facilities that include medical buildings, schools, hotels and sports centers. For more details on their services, please call the number provided or visit their website.
Built in 1914, the Roanoke Inn is the oldest operating business on Mercer Island. Originally a chicken dinner inn and…More eventually a hotel and weekend destination, it was adjacent to Roanoke Landing, where a ferry used to shuttle passengers between Kirkland, Leschi and Mercer Island. In 1941, the current owner's family purchased the inn and through various transformations continues to operate the popular tavern/restaurant today.
This neighborhood pub features an indoor working fireplace, a front porch covered booths (with heaters) and a side patio with outdoor seating. During the summer, back yard tables, topped with thatched umbrellas, surround the grassy yard where you might find a game of croquet. The Roanoke has a full bar and continually rotates six draft selections featuring craft beers. The "Captain's List" features regional wines from Washington, California and Oregon (bottles only).
The chefs also cook up weekly specials in addition to the menu fare of various appetizers, salads, burgers, burritos and sandwiches. This Mercer Island neighborhood gathering place was placed on the historical landmark register in 1976.