Lunch 11:00am–3pm Dinner 5pm–9pm
Lunch 11:00am–3pm Dinner 5pm–9:30pm
Welcome to Fountain Cafe in Port Townsend. Nicholas Yates, experienced restauranteur and owner of the Fountain Cafe in Port Townsend, welcomes you and your party to experience fine food in a quiet cafe.
Fountain Cafe is a casual and intimate cafe in downtown Port Townsend. Only a block off Water Street, this popular eatery is located in the entertainment zone around Haller Fountain, a historic landmark famous for its statuesque, nude maiden and her attending sprites.
The cafe located in the Mary Webster Building invites you to drop on a whim for a quirky lunch and call ahead for reservations to gather with friends for delightful dinners. Fountain Cafe is a friendly place, where you will feel at home, as if you were dining with family and friends around your own basement bar.
You may be served by Nick, the owner of Fountain Cafe, for by one of his friendly waiters and waitresses who want your dining experience to be one you will cherish and share with friends.
Fountain Cafe is located on Washington Street in an entertaining neighborhood surrounding the Haller Statue and Fountain at the base of the Taylor Street stairs one block from Water Street. The Rose Theatre is just around the corner on Tyler Street. Nearby are an antique mall, the Wandering Wardrobe clothing store, bookstore, Bergstrom’s vintage autos and an eclectic selection of other restaurants.
Port Townsend, WA 98368HOURS
Lunch 11:00am – 3pm
Dinner 5pm – 9pm
Lunch 11:00am – 3pm
Dinner 5pm – 9:30pm
Lunch Menu is server from 11 AM to 3 PM
Daily Soup~ Bowl $6.5/ Cup $3.5
Insalate Mista~ Our ‘house salad’
- *A 20% gratuity may be added to parties of 5 or more
- * Consuming raw or undercooked foods may cause illness
Fountain Cafe is located in the Mary Webster historical building at 920 Washington Street, just a few steps up from Haller Fountain and a short walk from Water Street. Mary Webster building is dated 1889 atop the street facade. Its mint green color is distinctive among the nearby buildings. Its front door is recessed in a small alcove above three steps accessed from the slopping sidewalk, which leads down to the nearby Haller Fountain. The simple green building is to Port Townsend’s Victorian homes as a Quaker gathering place is to a church cathedral. Without the lavish filigree of the uptown homes, the simple lines of the Mary Webster building reflects the simpler life of the downtown architecture.