Where to Eat this Holiday Season

Dec 10, 2021 | Food & Drink, Winter

When you decide to escape to the beach for Christmas, or to ring in the new year, planning and cooking meals yourself should be the last thing on your mind. You may be wondering: are any restaurants open on Christmas? What about New Year’s Eve? Don’t worry, we got you covered. Our businesses are open and cooking up delicious feasts for the holidays (see the list below).

Tip: Follow us on Facebook for gift ideas and last minute holiday lodging deals.

We would also like to say a big thank you for spending your holiday weekend on the peninsula! We’re so happy to have you here and hope you return again soon. 

See you soon!

Where to eat During the Holiday Season 2021-2022*

*Check back as we add to this list!

Holiday Restaurant Hours 


The Cove Restaurant

OPEN Christmas Eve, December 26th, New Year’s Eve & New Year’s Day: 11am-3pm, 5-8pm

(360) 642-2828

The Crab Pot

OPEN Christmas Day, Christmas Eve, December 26th, New Year’s Eve & New Year’s Day: 11am-4pm

(360) 642-8870

The Depot 

OPEN Christmas Day, Christmas Eve, December 26th, New Year’s Eve & New Year’s Day: 4:30-8:30pm

(360) 642-7880

Galletti’s Spaghetti – 

OPEN Christmas Day and Christmas Eve: 3-8pm

OPEN New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day: 3-8pm

(360) 783-7060

Diamond Espresso – 

OPEN Christmas Day and Christmas Eve: 7am-4pm

OPEN New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day: 6am-6pm

(360) 642-7650

Dylan’s Cottage Bakery

OPEN Christmas Eve: 4am-2pm

OPEN December 26th, New Year’s Eve & New Year’s Day: 4am-5pm

(360) 642-4441

Waterline Pub

OPEN Christmas Eve & Christmas Day: noon-8pm

(360) 777-3824

Shelburne Pub

OPEN Christmas Eve & New Year’s Day: noon-11pm

OPEN December 26th: 8am-10pm

OPEN New Year’s Eve: 8am-11pm (special menu)

(360) 642-4150

Pickled Fish

OPEN Christmas Day: 3pm-11pm

OPEN Christmas Eve and New Year’s Day: 8am-11pm

OPEN New Year’s Eve: 8am-12:30pm 

(360) 642-2344

Salt Pub

OPEN Christmas Eve, New Year’s Eve, and New Year’s Day: 11:30am-8:30pm 

OPEN December 26th: 11:30am-7:30pm

(360) 642-7258

42nd Street Cafe

OPEN New Year’s Eve & New Year’s Day: 12pm-8pm

CLOSED 12/20-12/28

(360) 642-2323

Adrift Distillers

OPEN Christmas Eve: 11am-4pm

OPEN December 26th: 10am-4pm

OPEN New Year’s Eve & New Year’s Day: 11am-8pm

(360) 642-3096

Bridgewater Bistro

OPEN Christmas Eve, December 26th, New Year’s Eve & New Year’s Day: 11:30am-3pm, 4-8:30pm

(503) 325-6777

North Beach Tavern

OPEN Christmas Eve: noon-6pm

OPEN New Year’s Day & New Year’s Eve: noon-9pm

(360) 642-2302

Tokeland Hotel

CLOSED 12/17-12/19

OPEN December 26th, New Year’s Eve & New Year’s Day: 8am-8pm

(360) 267-7006

Chen’s Chinese Restaurant – 

OPEN Christmas Eve: 11am-10pm

CLOSED Christmas Day 

OPEN December 26th: 11am-9pm

(360) 642-8288






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