Busy opening week for Green Light Diner

Laura Nesby works the counter at the new Green Light Diner. - Richard D. Oxley / North Kitsap Herald
Laura Nesby works the counter at the new Green Light Diner.
— image credit: Richard D. Oxley / North Kitsap Herald

POULSBO — The Green Light Diner opened its doors last week to a welcoming stream of hungry customers.

“There has been a sizable buzz building, along with extra visitors from the Winter Rendezvous, resulting in the Green Light Diner serving over 1,000 people this weekend,” said Megan Campbell, spokesperson for the diner. “And there seems to be no signs of slowing.”

The diner went through a name change and a makeover after doing business for a decade as Mor Mor Bistro.

“After a successful 10-year-run with Mor Mor Bistro, John and Laura (Nesby) took time to examine the community and determine what was needed,” Campbell said. “A family-friendly diner seemed to be at the top of the list.”

The restaurant now boasts a ’50s ambiance, complete with a soda fountain to accompany the new diner fare.

New menus for the diner are available to view online at

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