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Kitsap Sampler

Friday Night

Keyport
When was the last time you considered going to Keyport for an overnight? Probably never, it just might surprise you to know that there are all new docks with power and water. Day use (up to 6 hours) are free. Overnight is available, up to 25′ $10/night, over 25′ $15/night.
One block up from the marina is a the Whisky Creek Steakhouse, a one of a kind experience. Wander up for a great meal and some live jazz.
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(Editors note: A recent Restaurant Impossible episode was here!  Whisky Creek – Food Network )

Saturday Night

Kingston
The docks at the Port of Kingston are in good shape, fully protected from the weather behind the breakwater. There are two gazebos along the guest moorage pier that are perfect for bbq’ing, eating meals and hanging out. There are laundry facilities and (free) showers. If you need to head up to the store for supplies it is almost a mile up the road. The fun part, is that the Marina has an electric car that they check out to marina customers to head up to town, a very nice ammenity.
TheMain Street Ale House has very good food and even better entertainment. Friday and Saturday Nights, wander up to participate and/or enjoy some karaoke. In the morning, head up to the Majestic Mountain Coffee company for a breakfast wrap and great coffee.
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Keyport’s new marina

 

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Kingston’s Main Street Ale House


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