Port Townsend restaurants highlighted in PT Eats

Restaurant Week begins Saturday

PORT TOWNSEND — Thirteen restaurants are featured during PT Eats Restaurant Week, which begins Saturday and runs through Dec. 12.

The Port Townsend Main Street Program announced that eateries will showcase their favorite dishes or beverages throughout the coming week.

“Show our restaurants some love, and you will be entered in a chance to win a prize,” Main Street promised on its website.

To participate, take a photo of your meal or beverage, share it on social media, say what you ordered and tag the restaurant, using #PTeats.

The prize drawing for those who share will be conducted Dec. 13.

Participating restaurants are Bishop Block Bottle Shop and Garden, Fountain Cafe, Silverwater Cafe, Old Whiskey Mill, Hanazono’s Asian Noodle, Tommyknocker’s Cornish Pasty, Sirens Pub, Nicko’s Grotto, Cafe Tenby, La Cocina Port Townsend, Ichikawa Sushi Bar, Khu Larb Thai and the Fountain Cafe.

For more information, see at www.iloveporttownsend.com/pt-eats-restaurant-week/.

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