We stopped in here before a movie and sampled several of their $5 tapas plates or "bites", as they call them. Everything we tried -- bruschetta, oyster bisque, stuffed red pepper -- was outstanding. We also had several brews that were new to us -- also delicious. Everything was so good, we ended up staying for dessert and missing the movie. The creme brulee was worth it! The service was a little slow but that's pretty typical for laid-back Port Townsend. The relaxing, darkened room, charming decor, delicious food and rainy day made it easy to wait around a few extra minutes.
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