5 Port Townsend Places to Dine with a View

There is so much delicious food in Port Townsend. We are very, very lucky. But not all of those spots have the food and incredible views. As summer begins and the days become longer, everyone wants to soak up as much of the stunning landscape our marine town has to offer. Here are just a few of our favorite places to eat around town with a view.

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4 New Port Townsend Foodie Favorites

Port Townsend, and the surrounding area, has a vibrant and eclectic food scene. Due close proximity to farmers, foragers, and artisans - our restaurants, cafes, and bars are comprised of mostly local, in-season foods and ingredients as well as craft cocktails and local beers, wines, and ciders.

We wanted to share with you some of the new (and newer!) kids on the block who are creating unique and delicious delicacies for you!  

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Native PNW Delicacies & Where to Eat Them

One of my favorite things about living on the Olympic Peninsula is the access to high-quality, local foods from region’s farmers, foragers, fishermen, artisans, and chefs. There is no bad time to enjoy PNW delicacies but late summer is an especially great time to enjoy just a few of the native treats of the Pacific Northwest. Here are just a few of our favorite local foods and our favorite places to enjoy them.

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5 Port Townsend Date Ideas

Whether you and your favorite person are looking to savor the best of PNW cuisine, take time to spend relaxing, quality time at the spa, enjoy dinner and a movie in a historic 100+ year old movie theater, or watch the sunset over Puget Sound from a kayak or stand-up paddle board...we’ve got you covered!

We’ve put together several Port Townsend date night suggestions for you and your partner to enjoy our sleepy, seaport and just a few of the romantic ways to celebrate love on the Olympic Peninsula.

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Port Townsend After Dark

Port Townsend is a sleepy, Victorian seaport. It’s vibrancy and energy is experienced during the day as you stroll through the streets of the city’s two distinct neighborhoods, downtown and uptown, shop at local stores, dine at the restaurants, visit art galleries, and breathe in the salty Pacific Northwest air.

Like most small towns, Port Townsend closes early. We’ve rounded up some of our favorite restaurants, pubs, and activities for those who want to enjoy Port Townsend after dark.  

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