We know about Salmon here in the PNW & we love pasta ❤️ Did you know that Chef Troy graced us with THREE cheeses in this delicious dish? We are fortunate to be able to use our fresh garden flowers to garnish (yes they are edible) enjoy! Come dine with us. Make your dinner reservations by calling ...

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Did you know..? In 1909 Charles H. Adams, father of famous photographer Ansel Adams (pictured) began construction of the Classen Chemical Company’s alcohol plant. The alcohol plant opened in 1911 and based on the works of Louis Pasteur, processed alcohol from sawdust using the Bergius Process. Th...

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Caesar salad! The “Emperor” of salads..? No, the popularity of this salad is most likely due to a man that bears the salad’s name, Caesar Cardini, NOT Julias Caesar. Of course, like many old recipes that have morphed over the decades, the Caesar salad is no exception. From controversies on who in...

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Shrimp Louie! Gone are the days of dishes being named after people, and we don’t know who “Louie” is. Some say that this salad bears the name “Louie” because it is the “King of Salads”. Well, we can’t agree more! Crispy romaine lettuce, hard boiled egg, tomato, cucumber, purple onion, pickled asp...

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Happy Easter weekend! Enjoy your families 💜💛 please know that the restaurant is closed on Sunday, April 12th and will re-open for takeout & curbside delivery on Tuesday, April 14th. Stay safe out there friends. #easterweekend

Why is it called a “hamburger” if there is no ham in it? They actually get their name from Hamburg, Germany, home of a cut of beef called the Hamburg steak that eventually evolved into what we now consider hamburgers. Of course, Americans did bring pork to hamburgers with the creation of the baco...

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a month ago
A few days ago it was our anniversary and we ordered from here using their curbside service. I had not thought about the fact that it was also Father's day, so items were selling out. I ordered the fried calamari and their clam bake, plus mussels. Think low-country boil PNW style. When they told me they were out of mussels, I asked if I could have extra clams instead. No problem. Once we reached our picnic spot, I was pleasantly surprised to find that the chef had included prawns and calamari to the dish! Now I had a variety of seafood, pieces of corn and purple potatoes swimming in a rich, buttery sauce! So yummy! Since I was picnicking, I brought a spice that's made locally, called Mojo Dust, from Some Like it Hot. It's garlicky, zesty flavor was PERFECT for this delectable dish! I MUST have this again!
- Ali D
a year ago
It's a great place to spend an evening with friends. The band was good, food was good, and the service was good. This place has some of the best views in the northwest.
- Ron L
9 months ago
Good food, nice view from restaurant! Felice was an amazing server!
- K O

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310-A Hadlock Bay Road
Port Hadlock-Irondale, WA 98339
United States

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Wed:4:00 – 8:00 PM
Thu:4:00 – 8:00 PM
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Sun:4:00 – 8:00 PM
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