Breakfast at Hudson Point Cafe


Hudson Point Cafe sits at the end of Water Street in Port Townsend, in an old whitewashed building that looks like it used to be part of one of the military facilities there. There are boats moored to the dock right outside the window, and inside, the cafe practically glows with morning light.
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The cornmeal flapjacks with sour cherries and melted butter were incredible.

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This omelet had prawns, crab, smoked mozzarella and leeks, with a side of house made black beans. So good.

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We obviously did not NEED to order a side of house potatoes, but they looked so good on someone else’s table that we got them just the same. They were perfect.

Highly recommend a breakfast at Hudson Point Cafe.

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