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Fort Worden: A Historic Gathering Place

Address: 200 Battery Way Port Townsend, Washington 98368
Phone Number: 360-344-4400 

Open seven days a week | Indulge in Northwest-inspired cuisine at Taps at the Guardhouse, Reveille at the Commons, and Cablehouse Beach Canteen. Stay in historic accommodations.

Farm to Fort to Fork

Fort Worden takes pride in prioritizing locally sourced, sustainable, and seasonal fare and pairing our dishes with regionally-crafted brews, ciders, spirits and wines for a uniquely Pacific Northwest dining experience.


On Operational Pause due to COVID-19 orders

Open Monday - Saturday | Breakfast 7 am - 11 am | Lunch 11 am - 2 pm
Open Thursday - Saturday | Dinner 5 pm - 8 pm
Sunday Brunch served 8 am - 2 pm 

French in origin, Reveille translates as “wake up”, and describes the morning bugle, trumpet or pipes call used to rouse military personnel at sunrise. At Fort Worden, Reveille will awaken your senses with breakfast, lunch and dinner menus that capture the beauty of the Pacific Northwest.

Wine Dinners
Featuring a five-course tasting menu paired with wines from a different Pacific Northwest winery or vineyard each month, on the fourth Thursday. 

6 pm - 8 pm | $55 per person | 21+
Reservations recommended, 360.344.4400 ext. 304

On Operational Pause due to COVID-19 orders

Open Sunday-Thursday, Noon - 8 pm 
Open Friday - Saturday, Noon - 10 pm

Winter Menu

*Our farm-to-table menus may vary depending on seasonality and market availability.

Happy Hour, Monday-Thursday, 3:30-5:30 pm, Menu

Built in 1904, the Guardhouse provided “transient” accommodations for soldiers who breached military discipline, usually as a result of unauthorized activities in the rough and tumble taverns on Port Townsend’s notorious Water Street.

Today, the Guardhouse is a place to “shed your shackles” and enjoy a pub atmosphere featuring artisanal small plates and regional craft brews, ciders, wines and spirits. Stop in and enjoy local art exhibits, live music, and a great atmosphere!


Built in 1910, the Cablehouse served as a storage facility for electrical cable used to control underwater mines. In the 1980s, the building was converted to a “canteen” convenience store serving park guests.

Today, it remains a general store and beachside snack shack where families can Short’s Farm all-beef hamburgers and fries, gourmet hot dogs, barbecue, fish and chips, fish tacos, frozen yogurt, and beer to-go on those perfect summer days as they look out onto Point Wilson Lighthouse and Mount Baker.

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