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Port Hadlock Guidebook

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Port Townsend is a picturesque historic seaport on the Olympic Peninsula. It is surrounded by water and mountains, and is an ideal home base for exploring the Olympic National Park. The historic district is filled with vibrant independently-owned shops, galleries and restaurants.
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Port Townsend
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Port Townsend is a picturesque historic seaport on the Olympic Peninsula. It is surrounded by water and mountains, and is an ideal home base for exploring the Olympic National Park. The historic district is filled with vibrant independently-owned shops, galleries and restaurants.
Nestled on the shores of Puget Sound, Port Ludlow hosts beautiful residential neighborhoods, a boutique waterfront inn, a 300-slip marina, and a championship 18-hole golf course. The award-winning Fireside Restaurant offers sweeping views of Ludlow Bay and a daily menu featuring the bounty of the local farms.
Port Ludlow
Nestled on the shores of Puget Sound, Port Ludlow hosts beautiful residential neighborhoods, a boutique waterfront inn, a 300-slip marina, and a championship 18-hole golf course. The award-winning Fireside Restaurant offers sweeping views of Ludlow Bay and a daily menu featuring the bounty of the local farms.

Food scene

This is the closest grocery store, less than 5 minutes away
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QFC
1890 Irondale Road
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This is the closest grocery store, less than 5 minutes away
A local cafe on the water with great food options!
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Ajax Cafe
21 South Water Street
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A local cafe on the water with great food options!
Have a takeout burger in a place shaped like on old airplane! Great selection of burgers, good fries and exceptional milkshakes.
Burgers Landing
791 Ness' Corner Road
Have a takeout burger in a place shaped like on old airplane! Great selection of burgers, good fries and exceptional milkshakes.
A hidden gem pizza place in the middle of Port Hadlock.
Ferino's Pizzeria
846 Ness' Corner Rd
A hidden gem pizza place in the middle of Port Hadlock.
When Texan Mike Harbin moved to Port Townsend, he brought a talent for Texas barbecue with him. He and his Port Townsend-native wife, Heather, have turned a food truck outside of downtown into a dining destination by serving up delectably tender smoked meats.
Mo-Chilli BBQ
1980 West Sims Way
When Texan Mike Harbin moved to Port Townsend, he brought a talent for Texas barbecue with him. He and his Port Townsend-native wife, Heather, have turned a food truck outside of downtown into a dining destination by serving up delectably tender smoked meats.
Every town worth its salt has a go-to breakfast diner, and here, that’s Blue Moose Cafe. Tables groan under heaping plates of well-prepared classics: corned beef hash, biscuits and gravy, French toast, all with the option of an egg on top.
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Blue Moose Cafe
311 Haines Place
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Every town worth its salt has a go-to breakfast diner, and here, that’s Blue Moose Cafe. Tables groan under heaping plates of well-prepared classics: corned beef hash, biscuits and gravy, French toast, all with the option of an egg on top.
Tucked away in the shipyard southwest of downtown, Sea J’s is locally famous for one thing: crispy, tender fish and chips (though the burgers and milkshakes are popular too). For an old school, hole-in-the-wall experience, there’s no place in Port Townsend quite like it.
Sea J's Cafe
2501 Washington Street
Tucked away in the shipyard southwest of downtown, Sea J’s is locally famous for one thing: crispy, tender fish and chips (though the burgers and milkshakes are popular too). For an old school, hole-in-the-wall experience, there’s no place in Port Townsend quite like it.
From a small, elegant storefront in the Uptown neighborhood, Pan d’Amore sells a remarkable variety of handcrafted breads and pastries. Focaccia and savory croissants are substantial enough to be the centerpiece of a meal; the cookies, cakes, and canelé are sweet indulgences; and the basic breads are made with flair, from seedy sourdough to olive-spiked batards.
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Pane d'Amore Artisan Bakery
617 Tyler Street
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From a small, elegant storefront in the Uptown neighborhood, Pan d’Amore sells a remarkable variety of handcrafted breads and pastries. Focaccia and savory croissants are substantial enough to be the centerpiece of a meal; the cookies, cakes, and canelé are sweet indulgences; and the basic breads are made with flair, from seedy sourdough to olive-spiked batards.
For over forty years, this spot has been Port Townsend institution, making exceptionally tasty from-scratch frozen confections.
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Elevated Ice Cream Co
631 Water Street
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For over forty years, this spot has been Port Townsend institution, making exceptionally tasty from-scratch frozen confections.
Hanazono is Port Townsend’s go-to spot for a range of Japanese cuisine — along with soba, udon, and ramen, they serve sushi rolls, donburi bowls, and classic appetizers, such as curry buns.
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Hanazono Asian Noodle
225 Taylor Street
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Hanazono is Port Townsend’s go-to spot for a range of Japanese cuisine — along with soba, udon, and ramen, they serve sushi rolls, donburi bowls, and classic appetizers, such as curry buns.
The award-winning Fireside Restaurant offers sweeping views of Ludlow Bay and a daily menu featuring the bounty of the local farms.
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The Fireside Restaurant
1 Heron Rd
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The award-winning Fireside Restaurant offers sweeping views of Ludlow Bay and a daily menu featuring the bounty of the local farms.

Sightseeing

Marrowstone Island contains Fort Flagler State Park, Marrowstone Point with a historical lighthouse, beach front to walk along, goat farms, and strawberry fields. The trails offer amazing views of Port Townsend, Whidbey Island, the Olympic Mountains, the Cascade Mountains and Puget Sound. Here you will be able to explore the historic military compound. There are lots of tree lined trails and lots of history for you to explore!
Marrowstone Island
Marrowstone Island contains Fort Flagler State Park, Marrowstone Point with a historical lighthouse, beach front to walk along, goat farms, and strawberry fields. The trails offer amazing views of Port Townsend, Whidbey Island, the Olympic Mountains, the Cascade Mountains and Puget Sound. Here you will be able to explore the historic military compound. There are lots of tree lined trails and lots of history for you to explore!
Just 10 minutes away, Anderson Lake State Park is a peaceful lake with trails for hiking, biking, and walking around the lake.
Anderson Lake State Park
1061 Anderson Lake Rd
Just 10 minutes away, Anderson Lake State Park is a peaceful lake with trails for hiking, biking, and walking around the lake.
Located just one driveway down, enjoy scenic campsites with beach access, a boat ramp, picnic tables and fire rings.
Oak Bay Park
290 Cleveland Street
Located just one driveway down, enjoy scenic campsites with beach access, a boat ramp, picnic tables and fire rings.
Fort Worden Historical State Park is a 432-acre multi-use park with more than 2 miles of saltwater shoreline and a wide variety of services and facilities, including a full-service conference center that can be booked for daylong or multi-day events.
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Fort Worden Historical State Park
200 Battery Way
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Fort Worden Historical State Park is a 432-acre multi-use park with more than 2 miles of saltwater shoreline and a wide variety of services and facilities, including a full-service conference center that can be booked for daylong or multi-day events.
Sail Port Townsend is a small scale sailing charter business created to help get people out on the water in an easy, fun and safe way.
Sail Port Townsend
2790 Washington Street
Sail Port Townsend is a small scale sailing charter business created to help get people out on the water in an easy, fun and safe way.
The Northwest Maritime Center engages and educates people of all generations in traditional and contemporary maritime life, in a spirit of adventure and discovery. A favorite for many visitors is The Chandlery, where you can purchase all things maritime, including boat accessories and parts, clothing, books and other sundry items. The Center also has an outstanding maritime library.
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Northwest Maritime Center
431 Water Street
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The Northwest Maritime Center engages and educates people of all generations in traditional and contemporary maritime life, in a spirit of adventure and discovery. A favorite for many visitors is The Chandlery, where you can purchase all things maritime, including boat accessories and parts, clothing, books and other sundry items. The Center also has an outstanding maritime library.
Discover the nearshore habitats of the Salish Sea in the Port Townsend Marine Science Center’s aquarium featuring local fish and invertebrate species. View plankton through a microscope, touch an anemone, learn about the orca ‘Hope.’ Science camps are available in the summer and a variety of programs are offered.
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Port Townsend Marine Science Center
532 Battery Way East
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Discover the nearshore habitats of the Salish Sea in the Port Townsend Marine Science Center’s aquarium featuring local fish and invertebrate species. View plankton through a microscope, touch an anemone, learn about the orca ‘Hope.’ Science camps are available in the summer and a variety of programs are offered.
The Jefferson Museum of Art and History showcases art collections that have been donated over the years with seasonal shows and exhibits. You’ll learn about the town’s history. Be sure to watch the award-winning “We Came with Dreams” video! Pick up a passport for admission to this museum, the Rothschild House and the Commanding Officer’s Quarters.
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Jefferson Museum of Art & History
540 Water St
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The Jefferson Museum of Art and History showcases art collections that have been donated over the years with seasonal shows and exhibits. You’ll learn about the town’s history. Be sure to watch the award-winning “We Came with Dreams” video! Pick up a passport for admission to this museum, the Rothschild House and the Commanding Officer’s Quarters.
The route of the Olympic Discovery Trail (ODT) traverses lowlands, bordered on the south by the Olympic Mountain Range and on the north by the Strait of Juan de Fuca. It starts in the Victorian seaport of Port Townsend and ends on the shores of the Pacific Ocean.
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Olympic Discovery Trail
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The route of the Olympic Discovery Trail (ODT) traverses lowlands, bordered on the south by the Olympic Mountain Range and on the north by the Strait of Juan de Fuca. It starts in the Victorian seaport of Port Townsend and ends on the shores of the Pacific Ocean.
Fort Townsend Historic State Park is a 3.8 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Port Townsend, Washington that features a great forest setting and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, running, and nature trips and is accessible year-round. Take in the beautiful views of Port Townsend Bay, then cut inland through dense Washington forest.
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Fort Townsend | Historical State Park
1370 Old Fort Townsend Road
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Fort Townsend Historic State Park is a 3.8 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Port Townsend, Washington that features a great forest setting and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, running, and nature trips and is accessible year-round. Take in the beautiful views of Port Townsend Bay, then cut inland through dense Washington forest.
Larry Scott Trail is a 14.7 mile heavily trafficked out and back trail located near Port Townsend, Washington that features beautiful wild flowers and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for walking, running, and mountain biking and is accessible year-round.
Larry Scott Trail
Larry Scott Trail is a 14.7 mile heavily trafficked out and back trail located near Port Townsend, Washington that features beautiful wild flowers and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for walking, running, and mountain biking and is accessible year-round.
Washington state is known for its apples, and the Olympic Peninsula is known for turning those fruits into delicious, world-class ciders. Alpenfire, the first organic cidery in Washington State, is in their sixth year of production and also produces vinegars.
Alpenfire Cider
220 Pocket Lane
Washington state is known for its apples, and the Olympic Peninsula is known for turning those fruits into delicious, world-class ciders. Alpenfire, the first organic cidery in Washington State, is in their sixth year of production and also produces vinegars.
Washington state is known for its apples, and the Olympic Peninsula is known for turning those fruits into delicious, world-class ciders. Finnriver has over 5,000 organic apple trees and the historic feed trough has been turned into a gathering place for locals and tourists alike to enjoy the views of the Chimacum Valley and quite literally enjoy the fruits of their labor. The rustic and charming tasting room is inviting and a great place to learn about cider and the historic property.
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Finnriver Farm and Cidery
124 Center Road
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Washington state is known for its apples, and the Olympic Peninsula is known for turning those fruits into delicious, world-class ciders. Finnriver has over 5,000 organic apple trees and the historic feed trough has been turned into a gathering place for locals and tourists alike to enjoy the views of the Chimacum Valley and quite literally enjoy the fruits of their labor. The rustic and charming tasting room is inviting and a great place to learn about cider and the historic property.
Marrowstone Vineyards is located on the breathtaking Olympic Peninsula. At the winery you can enjoy amazing views of the Puget Sound with the backdrop of the Cascade Mountains, and Whidbey Island. It is a wonderful place to taste our wines, as well as enjoy a serene experience with family and friends.
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Marrowstone Vineyards
423 Meade Rd
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Marrowstone Vineyards is located on the breathtaking Olympic Peninsula. At the winery you can enjoy amazing views of the Puget Sound with the backdrop of the Cascade Mountains, and Whidbey Island. It is a wonderful place to taste our wines, as well as enjoy a serene experience with family and friends.
Born out of hard work, innovation, and a long term vision for future generations, Port Townsend Vineyards introduced a new line of locally produced wine to the city. In Summer 2017, Port Townsend Vineyards opened a collection of immersive experiences that highlighted authentic, highly personal relationships with people and their earth. This venture was imagined by long-time residents of Port Townsend and was brought to life in collaboration with nationally-respected local winemaker, Ben Thomas. Numerous family and Port Townsend friends brought their talents to bear in order to create a wine experience that represents the honest hard work, coastal character, persistent curiosity, and caring relationships of the Port Townsend culture.
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Port Townsend Vineyards
2640 W Sims Way
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Born out of hard work, innovation, and a long term vision for future generations, Port Townsend Vineyards introduced a new line of locally produced wine to the city. In Summer 2017, Port Townsend Vineyards opened a collection of immersive experiences that highlighted authentic, highly personal relationships with people and their earth. This venture was imagined by long-time residents of Port Townsend and was brought to life in collaboration with nationally-respected local winemaker, Ben Thomas. Numerous family and Port Townsend friends brought their talents to bear in order to create a wine experience that represents the honest hard work, coastal character, persistent curiosity, and caring relationships of the Port Townsend culture.
Our journey began here on the Olympic Peninsula in Northwest Washington State. We own one of the original homesteads in the area and started making hard cider and wine from the wonderful heirloom apples from our homestead orchard in 1996, officially starting our winery in 2006. Some of the varieties include: Gravenstein, Winter Banana, Jonathan, Roxbury Russet, Winesap, Greening, and more. We also have a cider orchard with French and English varieties of cider apples.
Eaglemount Wine & Cider
1893 South Jacob Miller Road
Our journey began here on the Olympic Peninsula in Northwest Washington State. We own one of the original homesteads in the area and started making hard cider and wine from the wonderful heirloom apples from our homestead orchard in 1996, officially starting our winery in 2006. Some of the varieties include: Gravenstein, Winter Banana, Jonathan, Roxbury Russet, Winesap, Greening, and more. We also have a cider orchard with French and English varieties of cider apples.