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Best things to do in Port Angeles

Discover the city according to locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Gastropub
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“If you're thirsty and you're in the mood for pub grub, this is the best place to go on the Olympic Peninsula. The food is excellent and they have several rotating taps offering craft beers, ales, and hard ciders from all around the Pacific Northwest. They are open late, but expect a wait. The wait is worth it.”
47 locals recommend
Farmers Market
“Nice grocery store offering vegan, gluten free local and organics, great produce! They also have supplements and other health and beauty products. They also have a little deli with coffee, smoothies, fresh salads/dishes, soups and a small selection of beer, wine, cider and liquor. ”
25 locals recommend
Restaurant
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“The best Thai restaurant on the Olympic Peninsula. Great atmosphere, responsive service, and delectable Thai dishes.”
26 locals recommend
Bar
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“Michael is a fantastic chef and is always creating new dishes featuring local northwest fare. ”
20 locals recommend
Tourist Information Center
“We highly recommend that you start your ONP visit at the Visitors Center on Mount Angeles Road, just south of Park Avenue. The rangers can provide an overview of the Park, as well as current information on road and trail conditions, and tides. The wta.org website is a great place to check out hiking trails in and around ONP. ”
12 locals recommend
Restaurant
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“The best restaurant for breakfast in Port Angeles. Great food and coffee. The baked goods that come with a full breakfast are amazing.”
15 locals recommend
Point of Interest
“Highly recommend hopping the ferry by foot or car for about 1 1/2 hour ride to Victoria BC to spend the day exploring. ”
17 locals recommend
Bar
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“A cozy, casual restaurant offering great, locally sourced seafood dishes. If you love oysters, this is the place to get them.”
21 locals recommend
American Restaurant
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“Lots of plant-based options. They offer gluten-free options that are prepared separately in order to avoid contamination. ”
11 locals recommend
Restaurant
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“Great food! Quaint little house with big flavor from steaks to seafood to pizza! It is a great little place and everyone is very friendly!”
15 locals recommend
Restaurant
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“If you are into the Twilight series, pasta dishes, or locally sourced seafood, this is your kind of place. The food is excellent and the atmosphere is cozy.”
15 locals recommend
Grocery or Supermarket
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“Grocery Store / food market (closest Safeway for our Cozy Nautical Cottage and A Creek Runs Through (Valley St) It vacation rentals”
11 locals recommend
Food
“Visit a winery, wine tasting, cheeses and more. A great option for a rainy day too! ”
10 locals recommend
Travel Agency
“I grew up on the Olympic Peninsula and have traveled a fair amount around the world yet this rainforest holds a special place in my memories. It is profound in its majestic rainforest experience. This is a healthy drive from Seattle and you may want to plan an overnight or if camping is an option and is available. I can recommend amazing day hikes, meanderings or epic adventures.”
12 locals recommend
Restaurant
“If you've tried the Oak Table in Sequim and loved it, then you need to try Chestnut Cottage. The same family owns and manages both restaurants.”
11 locals recommend
Art Gallery
“Art gallery set in an architecturally noteworthy former residence with views & an outdoor art park.”
14 locals recommend