The Cottage Guidebook

Carole

The Cottage Guidebook

City/town information
A former lumber town overlooking Hood Canal, Port Gamble offers unique shopping, good eateries, and is steps away from a massive trail network. Park on Puget Way or Rainier Ave and explore the historically preserved buildings that host eclectic stores and restaurants. Quilted Strait has contemporary fabric patterns or The Artful Ewe is a block away if you prefer knitting. Eat lunch at the Port Gamble General Store and Cafe then cross the street and ask about kayak tours and rentals at Olympic Outdoor Center. Keep an eye out for kiosks offering free maps of Port Gamble Forest Heritage Park, the trail system that crisscrosses 4,300 acres of forest — the trailheads are just one block south of town. Excellently maintained, and categorized by skill level, within minutes the trails will transport you into a northwest symphony of songbirds, frogs, and the occasional cry of a bald eagle. Keep an eye out for deer, beaver, and even a bear’s den.
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A former lumber town overlooking Hood Canal, Port Gamble offers unique shopping, good eateries, and is steps away from a massive trail network. Park on Puget Way or Rainier Ave and explore the historically preserved buildings that host eclectic stores and restaurants. Quilted Strait has contemporary fabric patterns or The Artful Ewe is a block away if you prefer knitting. Eat lunch at the Port Gamble General Store and Cafe then cross the street and ask about kayak tours and rentals at Olympic Outdoor Center. Keep an eye out for kiosks offering free maps of Port Gamble Forest Heritage Park, the trail system that crisscrosses 4,300 acres of forest — the trailheads are just one block south of town. Excellently maintained, and categorized by skill level, within minutes the trails will transport you into a northwest symphony of songbirds, frogs, and the occasional cry of a bald eagle. Keep an eye out for deer, beaver, and even a bear’s den.
Just 45 miles away, Port Townsend has a different feel than Sequim. While Sequim was busy with dairy farming and raising crops in the 1800s, Port Townsend was a bustling seaport with a railroad, merchants, and money — the latter of which spawned Victorian mansions and tall brick storefronts that still remain. The downtown core, lined with art galleries and boutique shops, is easily walkable. Waterfront Pizza and Elevated Ice Cream are iconic eateries. Check the schedule at the Rose Theatre if you are looking for independent films that likely aren’t shown at larger cinemas. Don’t forget to drive out to Fort Worden to see the bunkers (Washington State Park Discovery Pass required) … you probably haven’t seen Officer’s Row since a young Richard Gere starred in An Officer and a Gentleman and strode past these stately quarters. This fort was part of the “Triangle of Fire”, one of the three military installations (Fort Worden, Fort Casey and Fort Flagler) that protected the entrance to Puget Sound during WWII. The Point Wilson Lighthouse at Fort Worden is easily accessed from the beach or from the parking lot and is a great photo op. If you are looking for a hearty meal, Fat Smitty’s (at the junction of Hwy 20 and Hwy 101) has been serving enormous burgers for generations and is about halfway to Port Townsend — the money stapled to the walls is taken down every few years and donated to the Boy Scouts and other local charities.
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Port Townsend
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Just 45 miles away, Port Townsend has a different feel than Sequim. While Sequim was busy with dairy farming and raising crops in the 1800s, Port Townsend was a bustling seaport with a railroad, merchants, and money — the latter of which spawned Victorian mansions and tall brick storefronts that still remain. The downtown core, lined with art galleries and boutique shops, is easily walkable. Waterfront Pizza and Elevated Ice Cream are iconic eateries. Check the schedule at the Rose Theatre if you are looking for independent films that likely aren’t shown at larger cinemas. Don’t forget to drive out to Fort Worden to see the bunkers (Washington State Park Discovery Pass required) … you probably haven’t seen Officer’s Row since a young Richard Gere starred in An Officer and a Gentleman and strode past these stately quarters. This fort was part of the “Triangle of Fire”, one of the three military installations (Fort Worden, Fort Casey and Fort Flagler) that protected the entrance to Puget Sound during WWII. The Point Wilson Lighthouse at Fort Worden is easily accessed from the beach or from the parking lot and is a great photo op. If you are looking for a hearty meal, Fat Smitty’s (at the junction of Hwy 20 and Hwy 101) has been serving enormous burgers for generations and is about halfway to Port Townsend — the money stapled to the walls is taken down every few years and donated to the Boy Scouts and other local charities.
Victoria, Canada the ferry is in Port Angeles, 20 minutes west of here Known for flowers, history, and street artists, Victoria is an easy day trip from the cottage. Drive 20 minutes to Port Angeles, pay for parking, walk on the early ferry, and you will be in downtown Victoria by 10:00am. The downtown core is very walkable and a car is not necessary. The Royal BC Museum is fascinating as is a stroll through the iconic Empress Hotel where you can enjoy afternoon tea (proper attire is required and reservations recommended) www.teaattheempress.com. Consider taking a tour of Parliament as Victoria is the capitol of British Columbia. A hike to Craigdarroch Castle will reward you with views and a journey back in time. The only attraction that requires a drive is the spectacular Butchart Gardens and tour buses depart regularly from downtown. Take the late ferry back to Port Angeles and be back in the cottage before bedtime. Check the Black Ball Ferry Line in Port Angeles for schedules, fares, and documentation requirements. cohoferry.com
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Victoria
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Victoria, Canada the ferry is in Port Angeles, 20 minutes west of here Known for flowers, history, and street artists, Victoria is an easy day trip from the cottage. Drive 20 minutes to Port Angeles, pay for parking, walk on the early ferry, and you will be in downtown Victoria by 10:00am. The downtown core is very walkable and a car is not necessary. The Royal BC Museum is fascinating as is a stroll through the iconic Empress Hotel where you can enjoy afternoon tea (proper attire is required and reservations recommended) www.teaattheempress.com. Consider taking a tour of Parliament as Victoria is the capitol of British Columbia. A hike to Craigdarroch Castle will reward you with views and a journey back in time. The only attraction that requires a drive is the spectacular Butchart Gardens and tour buses depart regularly from downtown. Take the late ferry back to Port Angeles and be back in the cottage before bedtime. Check the Black Ball Ferry Line in Port Angeles for schedules, fares, and documentation requirements. cohoferry.com
Port Angeles 30 minutes west on Hwy 101 “P.A.”, as we call it, is our county seat and the “big city” when one grows up in Sequim. Port Angeles has had to reinvent itself during our lifetime — as logging is a fraction of the industry it was years ago. Many mills have been forced to close and you can still feel the vacuum left by a collapsed economy. Good news though, Port Angeles is beginning to thrive as a “Gateway to Olympic National Park” and has made serious investments to attract visitors. Park on Railroad Avenue and climb the blue Port Angeles Tower on the pier to take in the surroundings. The Feiro Marine Life Center is on the pier if you prefer a “hands-on” experience with sea life. Downriggers on The Water restaurant, next to the Coho Ferry Terminal, is considered “upscale” dining for this area and has an excellent reputation. Next, drive to Port Angeles Fine Arts Center and Webster Woods (1203 E. Lauridsen Blvd.) This was once a private estate but is now surrounded by a forested network of trails — much of the art is installed in the forest and the blend of nature and creativity is unique. Down on Marine Drive is the Westport company, a builder of luxury yachts. Turning off Marine Drive onto W. Boathaven Dr. towards the marina is interesting just to marvel at the beautiful superyachts and imagine which tycoons and celebrities have ordered them to be built. For a panoramic view, follow Marine Drive to the end of Ediz Hook, a 3-mile-long sand spit the extends out just west of downtown PA. You will gain a perspective reminding you that Port Angeles is small compared to the towering backdrop of the Olympic Mountains. Here, at Ediz Hook, all inbound ships are boarded by a Puget Sound Pilot — the pilot, with his or her skilled knowledge of the waters, will safely guide the ship the rest of the way to the Puget Sound ports of Seattle, Everett or Tacoma. Watch for the pilots’ orange boats making the pass-off, often via ladder on the side of the ship, as the vessels slow and come in close for the exchange. There is a feral cat colony living at the end of Ediz Hook. These cats are captured, given veterinary care, and returned to their home in the rockery.
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Port Angeles
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Port Angeles 30 minutes west on Hwy 101 “P.A.”, as we call it, is our county seat and the “big city” when one grows up in Sequim. Port Angeles has had to reinvent itself during our lifetime — as logging is a fraction of the industry it was years ago. Many mills have been forced to close and you can still feel the vacuum left by a collapsed economy. Good news though, Port Angeles is beginning to thrive as a “Gateway to Olympic National Park” and has made serious investments to attract visitors. Park on Railroad Avenue and climb the blue Port Angeles Tower on the pier to take in the surroundings. The Feiro Marine Life Center is on the pier if you prefer a “hands-on” experience with sea life. Downriggers on The Water restaurant, next to the Coho Ferry Terminal, is considered “upscale” dining for this area and has an excellent reputation. Next, drive to Port Angeles Fine Arts Center and Webster Woods (1203 E. Lauridsen Blvd.) This was once a private estate but is now surrounded by a forested network of trails — much of the art is installed in the forest and the blend of nature and creativity is unique. Down on Marine Drive is the Westport company, a builder of luxury yachts. Turning off Marine Drive onto W. Boathaven Dr. towards the marina is interesting just to marvel at the beautiful superyachts and imagine which tycoons and celebrities have ordered them to be built. For a panoramic view, follow Marine Drive to the end of Ediz Hook, a 3-mile-long sand spit the extends out just west of downtown PA. You will gain a perspective reminding you that Port Angeles is small compared to the towering backdrop of the Olympic Mountains. Here, at Ediz Hook, all inbound ships are boarded by a Puget Sound Pilot — the pilot, with his or her skilled knowledge of the waters, will safely guide the ship the rest of the way to the Puget Sound ports of Seattle, Everett or Tacoma. Watch for the pilots’ orange boats making the pass-off, often via ladder on the side of the ship, as the vessels slow and come in close for the exchange. There is a feral cat colony living at the end of Ediz Hook. These cats are captured, given veterinary care, and returned to their home in the rockery.
Sightseeing
Lake Crescent 1 hour west on Hwy 101 This lake is deeper than the Space Needle is tall and it offers that iconic Olympic National Park scene of dark blue water surrounded by steep, tree-covered hills. Eat at the Lake Crescent Lodge, then walk to Marymere Falls (an easy hike, but plenty of steps at the end.) On the far side of the lake, an old railroad bed has been turned into a biking/walking trail with tunnels. To access the far side of the lake, turn off Hwy 101 at East Beach Road and find the Spruce Railroad Trail.
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Lake Crescent
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Lake Crescent 1 hour west on Hwy 101 This lake is deeper than the Space Needle is tall and it offers that iconic Olympic National Park scene of dark blue water surrounded by steep, tree-covered hills. Eat at the Lake Crescent Lodge, then walk to Marymere Falls (an easy hike, but plenty of steps at the end.) On the far side of the lake, an old railroad bed has been turned into a biking/walking trail with tunnels. To access the far side of the lake, turn off Hwy 101 at East Beach Road and find the Spruce Railroad Trail.
Salt Creek Recreation Area 50 minutes west on Hwy 101 and Hwy 112 The beach at Salt Creek offers both a great sandy beach for playing and rocky areas with amazing tidepools with diverse marine life like urchins, anemones, and starfish. The waves are also bigger at this county park (free for day use). Military bunkers remain as a reminder that the Strait of Juan de Fuca was a strategic and defended waterway during WW2.
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Salt Creek Recreation Area
3506 Camp Hayden Road
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Salt Creek Recreation Area 50 minutes west on Hwy 101 and Hwy 112 The beach at Salt Creek offers both a great sandy beach for playing and rocky areas with amazing tidepools with diverse marine life like urchins, anemones, and starfish. The waves are also bigger at this county park (free for day use). Military bunkers remain as a reminder that the Strait of Juan de Fuca was a strategic and defended waterway during WW2.
#12 Dungeness River Dike Trail about 2700 Towne Road, Sequim This flat two-mile trail, bordered by the river on one side, and farmland on the other, is just a 15-minute drive from the cottage. If you hear the roar of lions, and howl of wolves, it isn’t your imagination — the trail dead ends just across the river from the Olympic Game Farm. Free parking is located just west of the historic 1892 Dungeness Schoolhouse. No restrooms along this trail.
Dungeness River Dike Trail
#12 Dungeness River Dike Trail about 2700 Towne Road, Sequim This flat two-mile trail, bordered by the river on one side, and farmland on the other, is just a 15-minute drive from the cottage. If you hear the roar of lions, and howl of wolves, it isn’t your imagination — the trail dead ends just across the river from the Olympic Game Farm. Free parking is located just west of the historic 1892 Dungeness Schoolhouse. No restrooms along this trail.
Railroad Bridge Park 2151 West Hendrickson, Sequim Part of the North Olympic Discovery Trail, this is an old trestle that spans the Dungeness River. You can walk or bike the trail or walk down and enjoy the river. The Dungeness River Audubon Center is also located here. (The River Center is currently closed until Fall 2021 as they expand their location).
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Railroad Bridge Park
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Railroad Bridge Park 2151 West Hendrickson, Sequim Part of the North Olympic Discovery Trail, this is an old trestle that spans the Dungeness River. You can walk or bike the trail or walk down and enjoy the river. The Dungeness River Audubon Center is also located here. (The River Center is currently closed until Fall 2021 as they expand their location).
Dungeness Recreation Area (and Spit) 554 Voice of America Rd, Sequim If you suspect conditions are right for a colorful sunset, the mile-long Bluff Trail will offer an excellent view. This is also the starting point for hiking to the lighthouse. The hike is 5.5 miles one way and once you arrive at the end, you can tour the 1857 lighthouse. Take water, food, and check the tides — it is much easier to walk on the packed sand during low tide than to climb over logs during high tide. The County Park is free, but there is a small fee (about $3) to reach the Spit which is part the National Wildlife Refuge.
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Dungeness County Park
554 Voice of America Road West
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Dungeness Recreation Area (and Spit) 554 Voice of America Rd, Sequim If you suspect conditions are right for a colorful sunset, the mile-long Bluff Trail will offer an excellent view. This is also the starting point for hiking to the lighthouse. The hike is 5.5 miles one way and once you arrive at the end, you can tour the 1857 lighthouse. Take water, food, and check the tides — it is much easier to walk on the packed sand during low tide than to climb over logs during high tide. The County Park is free, but there is a small fee (about $3) to reach the Spit which is part the National Wildlife Refuge.
Hurricane Ridge 18 miles behind Port Angeles An hour away, we often take out-of-town guests to this gem in the heart of Olympic National Park (National Park Pass must be purchased). There are hikes for all ability levels, and the marmots, deer, and chipmunks are better than a Disney cartoon. Check the Hurricane Ridge webcam before making the drive — a cloudy day here might mean foggy mountaintops without views. On the way down, stop at the different parking areas, the view is different from each lookout.
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Hurricane Ridge
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Hurricane Ridge 18 miles behind Port Angeles An hour away, we often take out-of-town guests to this gem in the heart of Olympic National Park (National Park Pass must be purchased). There are hikes for all ability levels, and the marmots, deer, and chipmunks are better than a Disney cartoon. Check the Hurricane Ridge webcam before making the drive — a cloudy day here might mean foggy mountaintops without views. On the way down, stop at the different parking areas, the view is different from each lookout.
Miller Peninsula State Park Diamond Point Rd, Sequim A relatively new state park, this has miles of mountain biking, walking and horse-riding trails. Lush forests, beach access and high bluffs are all hidden in this immense greenspace. Still in development, sometimes trails can be muddy, unmarked, or not found on maps, so be open for adventure. If you time a visit in May or June, the rhododendron blooms won’t disappoint. Don’t forget to bring your Discover Pass for parking.
Miller Peninsula State Park
Miller Peninsula State Park Diamond Point Rd, Sequim A relatively new state park, this has miles of mountain biking, walking and horse-riding trails. Lush forests, beach access and high bluffs are all hidden in this immense greenspace. Still in development, sometimes trails can be muddy, unmarked, or not found on maps, so be open for adventure. If you time a visit in May or June, the rhododendron blooms won’t disappoint. Don’t forget to bring your Discover Pass for parking.
Lavender Farms It can be easy to overdose on lavender farms in Sequim! Known as “America’s Provence”, the sunny and dry climate of the Sequim Valley is like that of southern France and ideal for growing lavender. There are dozens of farms here and it is home to the Sequim Lavender Festival every July. Take time to visit the farms, each one is unique and has something different to offer.
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Sequim Lavendar Festival
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Lavender Farms It can be easy to overdose on lavender farms in Sequim! Known as “America’s Provence”, the sunny and dry climate of the Sequim Valley is like that of southern France and ideal for growing lavender. There are dozens of farms here and it is home to the Sequim Lavender Festival every July. Take time to visit the farms, each one is unique and has something different to offer.
The Olympic Game Farm 1423 Ward Road, Sequim Lions and tigers and bears… Oh My! You will see them all at The Olympic Game Farm. The Olympic Game Farm worked exclusively for Walt Disney Studios for 28 years with several of the farm’s animal actors staring old classic Disney movies like Grizzly Adams and the Incredible Journey. A favorite among young and old alike is the driving tour through the non-predatory animals where you can feed bison from your car window and they will slime your windows with their big black tongues in return!
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Olympic Game Farm
1423 Ward Road
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The Olympic Game Farm 1423 Ward Road, Sequim Lions and tigers and bears… Oh My! You will see them all at The Olympic Game Farm. The Olympic Game Farm worked exclusively for Walt Disney Studios for 28 years with several of the farm’s animal actors staring old classic Disney movies like Grizzly Adams and the Incredible Journey. A favorite among young and old alike is the driving tour through the non-predatory animals where you can feed bison from your car window and they will slime your windows with their big black tongues in return!
Port Williams Beach 2499 Port Williams Road, Sequim (County Park with free parking) Located at the mouth of Sequim Bay, Port Williams was once a bustling ferry terminal before roads linked Sequim to Port Townsend and Seattle. This is a great beach for walking, be mindful and don’t climb the unstable bluffs that line the beach. Occasionally, a chunk of prehistoric wooly mammoth will fall out of the bluffs here. Sequim’s most famous archeological discovery was an entire wooly mammoth skeleton discovered south of town at the Manis Mastodon Site (on the National Register of Historic Places)— the find was very unique because evidence showed that it had been killed by humans and was over 13,000 years old. The Manis Mastodon was donated and is on display at the Sequim Museum & Arts at 544 N. Sequim Ave.
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Port Williams County Park
2499 Port Williams Rd
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Port Williams Beach 2499 Port Williams Road, Sequim (County Park with free parking) Located at the mouth of Sequim Bay, Port Williams was once a bustling ferry terminal before roads linked Sequim to Port Townsend and Seattle. This is a great beach for walking, be mindful and don’t climb the unstable bluffs that line the beach. Occasionally, a chunk of prehistoric wooly mammoth will fall out of the bluffs here. Sequim’s most famous archeological discovery was an entire wooly mammoth skeleton discovered south of town at the Manis Mastodon Site (on the National Register of Historic Places)— the find was very unique because evidence showed that it had been killed by humans and was over 13,000 years old. The Manis Mastodon was donated and is on display at the Sequim Museum & Arts at 544 N. Sequim Ave.
Shopping
On your way out of town, stop at Swain’s General Store (602 East 1st) — in business since 1957, the store is full of essentials for hiking, clothing, and loads of stuff you didn’t think you needed until you saw it.
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Swain's General Store
602 E 1st St
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On your way out of town, stop at Swain’s General Store (602 East 1st) — in business since 1957, the store is full of essentials for hiking, clothing, and loads of stuff you didn’t think you needed until you saw it.
Sunny Farms Country Store 261461 Hwy 101, Sequim This started as a fruit stand on the side of the highway and has grown into a maze of tight aisles and friendly faces that offer the freshest produce and seafood available. Even if you aren’t grocery shopping, this is worth a visit — especially if you are looking for a local gift and missed the farmer’s market. The deli is a good option for sandwiches and soups to-go.
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Sunny Farms Farm Store
261461 US-101
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Sunny Farms Country Store 261461 Hwy 101, Sequim This started as a fruit stand on the side of the highway and has grown into a maze of tight aisles and friendly faces that offer the freshest produce and seafood available. Even if you aren’t grocery shopping, this is worth a visit — especially if you are looking for a local gift and missed the farmer’s market. The deli is a good option for sandwiches and soups to-go.
Saturday Market 152 West Cedar Street, Sequim Saturdays only, May through October, this is one-stop shopping for local souvenirs. There is a favorite woodworker at the market and there is also a woman that makes wonderful ceramics — her platters are rare in that they celebrate lavender in a sophisticated way. Hopefully the gentleman selling green onion powder will be there… his seasonings take scrambled eggs to a new level. Even if you don’t like markets and just pass through, you are poised to explore the heart of Sequim from this location. sequimmarket.com
Sequim Farmers & Artisans Market
152 West Cedar Street
Saturday Market 152 West Cedar Street, Sequim Saturdays only, May through October, this is one-stop shopping for local souvenirs. There is a favorite woodworker at the market and there is also a woman that makes wonderful ceramics — her platters are rare in that they celebrate lavender in a sophisticated way. Hopefully the gentleman selling green onion powder will be there… his seasonings take scrambled eggs to a new level. Even if you don’t like markets and just pass through, you are poised to explore the heart of Sequim from this location. sequimmarket.com
Food scene
Local Honey 444 Taylor Ranch Rd, Sequim Local Sequim honey and their prices are some of the best around. There are two sizes of honey in a variety of different flavors like thistle, clover, and blueberry. Sometimes there is also wax and pollen for sale. Once you see the red barn, the “Honey House” is just inside their driveway. Pay by the honor system and bring exact change (including some $1 bills).
444 Taylor Ranch Rd
444 Taylor Ranch Road
Local Honey 444 Taylor Ranch Rd, Sequim Local Sequim honey and their prices are some of the best around. There are two sizes of honey in a variety of different flavors like thistle, clover, and blueberry. Sometimes there is also wax and pollen for sale. Once you see the red barn, the “Honey House” is just inside their driveway. Pay by the honor system and bring exact change (including some $1 bills).
Oak Table Cafe 292 West Bell Street, Sequim This is the best place for breakfast and it is served all day. Oh, and I guess they do offer lunch too! This is where we take visitors when we want to give them an unforgettable Sequim meal. Easily the most famous restaurant in Sequim, the Nagler family is known not only for the delicious meals they have been serving us for decades, but also for how much they have given back to our community. You can’t go wrong with anything on the menu.
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Oak Table Cafe
292 West Bell Street
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Oak Table Cafe 292 West Bell Street, Sequim This is the best place for breakfast and it is served all day. Oh, and I guess they do offer lunch too! This is where we take visitors when we want to give them an unforgettable Sequim meal. Easily the most famous restaurant in Sequim, the Nagler family is known not only for the delicious meals they have been serving us for decades, but also for how much they have given back to our community. You can’t go wrong with anything on the menu.
Tedesco’s 210 West Washington, Sequim A modern Italian restaurant in Sequim with a casual, contemporary setting. Their freshly prepared menu offers a selection or traditional and modern Italian favorites.
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Tedesco's Italian Fresh
210 W Washington St
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Tedesco’s 210 West Washington, Sequim A modern Italian restaurant in Sequim with a casual, contemporary setting. Their freshly prepared menu offers a selection or traditional and modern Italian favorites.
Old Mill Cafe 721 Carlsborg Rd, Sequim Carlsborg is where the railroad once serviced the old shingle mill. Not only is the food good here, but the collection of memorabilia honoring Carlsborg’s timber history is impressive.
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Old Mill Cafe
721 Carlsborg Road
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Old Mill Cafe 721 Carlsborg Rd, Sequim Carlsborg is where the railroad once serviced the old shingle mill. Not only is the food good here, but the collection of memorabilia honoring Carlsborg’s timber history is impressive.
José’s Famous Salsa 609 West Washington Street, Sequim José began by just making salsa but it was so popular, he now has an entire Mexican restaurant. Once your order is ready, you take it to the salsa bar and dress up your entree any way you like.
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Jose's Famous Salsa
126 East Washington Street
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José’s Famous Salsa 609 West Washington Street, Sequim José began by just making salsa but it was so popular, he now has an entire Mexican restaurant. Once your order is ready, you take it to the salsa bar and dress up your entree any way you like.
Hurricane Coffee Company 104 West Washington Street, Sequim Right in the heart of Sequim, this corner shop always wins the local vote for “Best Coffee”. Sit by a window and watch Sequimites bustle about town. Rainshadow Coffee, just around the corner at 157 W Cedar Street, is also a great place to grab a cup and pastry.
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Hurricane Coffee Co
104 West Washington Street
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Hurricane Coffee Company 104 West Washington Street, Sequim Right in the heart of Sequim, this corner shop always wins the local vote for “Best Coffee”. Sit by a window and watch Sequimites bustle about town. Rainshadow Coffee, just around the corner at 157 W Cedar Street, is also a great place to grab a cup and pastry.
Sequim Spice and Tea 139 W. Washington, Sequim This store hits all the boxes for sister #4. They have shelves of teas to choose from, but my favorite is the unique selection of flavored cooking oils and vinegars, and you can sample before you buy. I have at least five different flavors of vinegar in my cupboard, love them on my salads and fresh fruit.
Sequim Spice and Tea
139 W Washington St
Sequim Spice and Tea 139 W. Washington, Sequim This store hits all the boxes for sister #4. They have shelves of teas to choose from, but my favorite is the unique selection of flavored cooking oils and vinegars, and you can sample before you buy. I have at least five different flavors of vinegar in my cupboard, love them on my salads and fresh fruit.