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Welcome in, we're so happy to see and serve you again. We're thrilled to be able to offer you our same great food, now a little safer!

Our greatest priority is the health of our community; we have introduced new systems and procedures throughout our restaurants to keep our staff and guests safe. Our committed staff is following the most stringent sanitation protocols to ensure everyone’s safety as we welcome you back into our dining rooms. We appreciate your patience as we enact these practices.

We're grateful to have the opportunity to serve you. Know that we are being thoughtful in every step we take to provide you with a safe and enjoyable experience.




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    Gift Certificate
Redeemable at Alchemy, Sirens, The Old Whiskey Mill or the In Between.

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with a printable gift certificate within 48hours of purchase.

Redeemable at any of our family of restaurants.
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Open Daily 11:30-9:00pm


History
Kuhn’s White Block
1024-1046 Water Street
(previously 400 block of Water Street)
O.T. Block 39, Lots 5 & 7
Built: 1890
Architect: Unknown

1890: J.H. Kuhn built the large four story building with costs ranging around $100,000. Originally built as a hotel (“the biggest and best…more modern in its style than any yet in this city”).
1892: The hotel was unfinished and promises to complete it were still being voiced.
1906: The top two floors had still not been completed when Captain Hastings and W. Reynolds purchased the building with a new plan for a grand hotel.
1927: The massive sandstone and brick building was upgraded. The street level store-front included a drive-in area for an auto repair shop.
1928: A third, also never completed, hotel was planned for the site. Originally there was an upper floor dining room, kitchen, parlor, reading rooms and general lounging rooms, which were intended for the hotel.
1946: The two top stories of the building were removed. Over 120,000 bricks were removed by the Myers Brothers, who were able to salvage 60% of the materials. A local contractor removed the lumber, which went into other local buildings.
1946-1965: One of the long-term tenants in the building was the Olympic Garage and Equipment Company. During this time a bowling alley was installed upstairs.
1965-1978: Roy and Lois Bergstrom operated Bergstrom’s Sporting Goods. The Bergstrom family did internal renovation, removing four 16-inch-thick brick walls separating four storefronts.
1978-1992: Sabo’s Sporting Goods operated from the street level store front. They added an elevator to the second floor. A variety of businesses and organizations have occupied the building in the last ten years.
2003: Beverly Malagon purchased the building.
July 18th, 2015: The Old Whiskey Mill opened their doors to feed the families of Port Townsend delectable food and fine whiskies.

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Men's 100% cotton T-shirt


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Women's Tri-blend V-neck T
Heather Grey

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Hours
Fri/sat 11:30-9:00pm
Sun-thurs 11:30-9:00pm
Address
1038 Water St, Port Townsend, WA 98368
Contact
360-385-4422
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