Immerse yourself in natural beauty and historic accommodations. Indulge in Northwest, artisan fare at one of three eateries: Fort Worden Servery, Taps Guardhouse Pub, Commons Coffee and seasonal Beach Cafe.
Alongside the highly browsable indie shops and restaurants packed with local food, visitors come to Port Townsend to enjoy Fort Worden, a 19th-century army-base-turned-state-park that boasts a plentiful event calendar thanks to local arts organization Centrum. The fort’s executive chef, Lou Bair, (yes, this “fort” has an executive chef) celebrates the culinary emphasis on locally-sourced food, offering cooking classes and a new pub, Taps at the Guardhouse (opening Winter 2016).
Aside from the bevy of learning opportunities nearby—the Port Townsend School of Woodworking, School of Wooden Boat Building, Maritime Center and Marine Science Center, to name a few
Little Creek Casino Resort offers seven terrific restaurants for your dining pleasure. If you’re hungry for exceptional food, we offer a fabulous variety of dining options from quick eats to gourmet treats. You’ll find a tempting selection of fine foods and beverages around every corner. Everything from Squaxin Island Seafood Bar’s delicacies fresh from the sea to home-made potato chips in our Salish Cliffs Golf Club Grille. Enjoy a fine cigar, wine or whiskey in the Skookum Spirit Cigar and Wine Lounge or the best burger around in our Waters Edge Café. Of course you can always sample a little bit of everything at the Creekside Buffet or dine where the action never stops in our Starlight Lounge. We round out our restaurant selection with the Island Grille where you’ll find a delicious steak or meal for a special occasion. Hope to see you soon.
After a long 3 year hiatus due to a tragic fire, Ocean Crest Resort has re-opened their iconic restaurant!!!
Featuring dishes like Elk Tenderloin, Wild Salmon au Poivre, Dungeness Crab Cakes, and Washington Oysters, Ocean Crest Resort’s commitment to Olympic Peninsula Cuisine is inspiring.
“You simply won’t find a more spectacular spot on the Washington Coast.” –Frommer’s
Apolo Ohno’s “Favorite Vacation Place”– USA Today 9/8/09
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The Bishop Victorian Hotel
714 Washington St • Port Townsend • 1-800-824-4738
Always open • The Bishop Victorian Hotel offers discriminating travelers
distinctive lodging in 16 comfortable fireplace suites, comfortably appointed
in Victorian style. Trip Advisor has awarded Certificates of Excellence.
The Bishop Victorian Hotel offers discriminating traveler’s distinctive lodging in 16 comfortable fireplace suites, comfortably appointed in Victorian style. Trip Advisor has awarded The Bishop Victorian Hotel
Certificates of Excellence for 2011 and 2012 based on our guest reviews. AAA has again awarded The Bishop with Port Townsend’s only Three Diamond rating for a hotel. Our boutique hotel located in the vibrant
Downtown Historic District of Port Townsend, Washington. Nestled on the shores of The Salish Sea (Strait of Juan de Fuca, Admiralty Inlet & Port Townsend Bay), between two majestic mountain ranges, with views of the Olympic and Cascade Mountains.
There are some places so blissfully disconnected from the modern world that they seem to stand suspended in time. Lake Quinault Lodge is one such place – a grand and rustic lodge built in 1926.
Lake Quinault Lodge
345 S. Shore Rd., Quinault, WA 98575
Check website for seasonal hours
Enjoy outstanding cuisine in the
Roosevelt Dining Room, as well as
panoramic views of the lake and the
Historic Lake Crescent Lodge was built in 1916 and is an ideal basecamp for enjoying the park while experiencing the charm of a turn-of-the-century resort.
Lake Crescent Lodge
416 Lake Crescent Road, Port Angeles,
WA 98363 • 360-928-3211
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Lakefront dining room overlooks beautiful Lake Crescent. Celebrate
100+ years of the National Park Service! Breakfast, lunch, dinner, stunning lakefront sunset views
Award winning Pacific Northwest wine regions and recently received the “Washington Wine First Award for Fine Dining” from the Washington State Wine Commission and the Seattle Post Intelligencer.
Reservations are not required for breakfast or lunch; however, to best serve you we recommend dinner reservations be made by calling the lodge directly at 360.928.3211.
Experience the wild coastal beauty of Kalaloch Lodge – perched high on a bluff, just steps from pristine stretches of sandy Pacific beach.
Kalaloch’s Creekside Restaurant
157151 Hwy. 101, Forks, WA 98331
360-962-2271 • Open year-round
Kalaloch Lodge’s Creekside Restaurant
offers panoramic ocean views
and a Pacific Northwest inspired menu.