Fort Worden

Fort Worden: A Historic Gathering Place

200 Battery Way • Pt. Townsend
360-344-4400 • FortWorden.org
Open 24 hours, seven days a week • Indulge in Northwest-inspired cuisine at Taps at the Guardhouse, Café at the Commons, and Cablehouse Beach Canteen. Stay in historic accommodations. Imagine!

aps at the Guardhouse 
Fort Worden’s gathering place for those 21+. Enjoy small plates featuring locally-sourced ingredients and regional craft brews, ciders, wines and spirits.

Spring Hours:
Monday-Thursday, 1 p.m. – 9 p.m.
Saturday-Sunday, 1 p.m. – 11 p.m.

Happy Hour
Monday-Friday, 4 p.m. – 5 p.m.


Café at the Commons 
Located in the heart of Fort Worden, a comfortable spot to meet and enjoy made-to-order sandwiches, freshly prepared soups and salads, delectable baked goods, coffee and tea, as well as daily lunch specials.

Spring Hours:
Monday-Sunday, 7 a.m. – 2 p.m.


Cablehouse Beach Canteen (Menu)
Conveniently located across at the beach, across from the Port Townsend Marine Science Center, the Cablehouse Beach Canteen offers family-friendly cuisine including Short’s Farm all-beef hamburgers and fries, fish and chips, fish tacos, frozen yogurt, and beer to-go. It also features a retail collection as well as sundries and other essentials for campers.

Summer Hours:
Memorial Day – Labor Day
11 a.m. – 6 p.m.

We’re only two hours from Seattle. Find out how easy it is to get here.

Robin Hood Village Resort

Robin Hood Village Resort

6870 E SR 106 • Union • 360-393-1494
RobinHoodVillageResort.com
Daily: Pub 3–10pm; Restaurant 4–9pm A pleasant mix of Pacific NW seafood,
hearty Midwestern, and pub fare. Served daily with a smile! Live music on weekends.

Escape to Robin Hood Village Resort today!  Located on East State Route 106, which winds along the beautiful Hood Canal. With views of the Olympic Mountains and soaring Bald Eagles, the journey that brings you to Robin Hood Village is breathtaking. Once you’ve settled into one of our cottages, many of which have private hot tubs, you can sit back and relax. Robin Hood Restaurant and Pub.  

Romantic Dining Room  | Hours 4pm – 9pm daily
Casual fine dining with a blend of hearty midwest meals, elegant northwest seafood and pub fare

Historic Pub | Hours 3pm –  closing daily
Live music every
Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday

Robin Hood Village is within walking distance to three dining experiences, including the award winning Alderbrook Resort & Spa. With live music five nights a week in Union, there is no shortage of entertainment!  

 

Pleasant Harbor Marina

Pleasant Harbor Marine Resort

308913 US Hwy. 101, Brinnon, WA 98320
www.pleasantharbormarina.com • 360-796-4611

Open daily – check website for seasonal hours.
An idyllic destination of experiences on Hood Canal. Marina, restaurant and
pub. Bistro featuring locally inspired menu and bar. Breathtaking views.

 

Turnip The Beet

Turnip The Beet

132 E. Front St., Port Angeles, WA
98362 • 360-797-1113
www.FB.com/turnipthebeet.pa

A fast casual restaurant featuring eco-friendly product, local and organic
foods. Inventive menu or create your own pita, salad, or wraps. Rice bowls
and burrito specials.

We create delicious and healthy meals with quality locally-sourced ingredients, in fast casual/choose your own style
Open 11am-11pm Monday-Thursday and 11am-3am Friday-Saturday. Free Wifi as well!

  

Propolis Brewing

Propolis Brewing

2457 Jefferson St • Port Townsend
360-344-2129 • PropolisBrewing.com

Seasonal herbal farmhouse ales, inspired by old world ingenuity. Organic, local wildcrafted! 

Propolis was established in June of 2012 with the sole intent to produce high-quality handcrafted herbal ales inspired by old world tradition, local resources and the rhythms of nature. Our ales are brewed with various wild-crafted herbs and are seasonally based.  Many of our Ales blend several styles and are hard to classify by those that prescribe to the standards

Fort Worden a Historic Gathering Place

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

 

7 Cedars Casino

270756 Highway 101, Sequim, WA
98382 • 360-683-7777
www.7cedarsresort.com

“The Entertainment Capital of the North Olympic Peninsula!”

Restaurants, Entertainment. Gaming. Golf. Market & Deli.

“It’s All Fun & Games!” Casual Elegance and Service with a Smile.

With casino restaurants, golf club restaurants and our Longhouse Market & Deli, there is something available around the clock to satisfy your appetite. We are very proud of each of our restaurants, and are known for some of the friendliest faces you’ll find. We also offer space for banquets, so let us know how we can help make your event a success.

  

Hoodsport Winery

Hoodsport Winery, Inc.

23501 N US Hwy 101 • Hoodsport
360-877-9894 • Hoodsport Winery. Launched in 1978, Hoodsport is one of Washington’s oldest wineries. It primarily uses grapes from east of the Cascades, but it also produces a wine using a rare grape called Island Belle, grown on Stretch Island near Belfair.

Cellar Door

cellardoorlogoCellar Door is an eclectic bar serving music, beer, wine and cocktails. We use primarily locally-sourced, seasonally available produce, meats, cheeses and more, purchased direct from area farms and purveyors for small plate “bite” specials.

Focusing on craft cocktails, live music, and ever-changing, seasonal, small plate specials Cellar Door is your MUST visit Port Townsend spot!

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Geoduck Restaurant & Lounge

geoduckNeighborhood Bar & Grill…best burgers in town! Home of the nationally famous burger dip.   The Geoduck Tavern opened in 1938. Murray and Sue Perley took over The Geoduck Tavern in the mid 1970s. A fire in 1989 destroyed much of the bar. It was rebuilt as the Geoduck Restaurant and Lounge in 1990. Murray and Sue’s daughter Melissa took over in Sept.2009 after Sue passed. Melissa, her husband Dave. daughter and son-in-law Hope and Daniel are involved with the daily operations.

Twitter: @Geoduck_Brinnon