Mac N Jacks History
As an island accessible from the east by ferry boat, and at the north end via car, truck, bus
or motorcycle by bridge, the history of Bainbridge Island is replete with many moving stories.
From the tall ships of Commodore William Bainbridge to the Mosquito Fleet and
Washington state ferry system, to the classic cars that are part of our annual
Fourth of July parade, the Bainbridge Island experience is truly a moving one.
Mac N Jacks’ history tells a similar story of moving ahead for five generations.
Mac N Jacks Location
From Hwy 305, take the Sportsman’s Club Road turnoff (a right at the traffic light heading to Bainbridge) and follow the signs to the Japanese American Memorial (we are two blocks before the entrance to Pritchard Park).
From the ferry terminal or town of Winslow, take Winslow Way into town and turn right at Winslow Greens, up Madison Ave., then a left on Wyatt Way which turns into Eagle Harbor Drive. Hug the water all the way to Eagledale.
From High School Road, take Finch to Wyatt which turns into Eagle Harbor Drive.
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Mac N Jacks Island Services
4790 Eagle Harbor Dr NE
Bainbridge Island, WA 98110
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We are open Monday to Friday, from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm.