6/23/2014

Welcome to The Cup

The Cup Restaurant
600 W Sims Way in Port Townsend
360-379-9059
The Cup Restaurant in Port Townsend is a special place to enjoy breakfast, lunch and dinner in Port Townsend. The food is always the freshest. The chef and his cooks prepare the meal from scratch everyday. No canned food off the truck here. From Cape Cleare salmon to the highest quality Angus beef, the meals served in The Cup are a sure bet to excite your taste buds, satisfy your craving for high quality food, and bring you back for more.

Breakfast Menu and Specialty Choices

BREAKFAST MENU
(Served until 3 pm)

All Breakfast orders served with Yukon Gold Home
fried potatoes or substitute a fruit cup for $2.00






Steak & Eggs
Seasoned 6 oz. Certified Angus Top Sirloin with
two eggs and toast.
13.95

Corned Beef Hash
Minced, slow roasted Angus brisket with onions, garlic and
potatoes, two eggs and choice of toast.
12.50

Eggs Benedict
Two poached eggs and thick Black Forest ham on an
english muffin, topped with homemade Hollandaise sauce.
11.95

Biscuits & Bourbon Street Sausage Gravy
Buttermilk biscuits smothered in creamy gravy with local
Bourbon Street sausage and herbs.
10.50

Granny Sandwich
Two fried eggs on toasted wheat bread with swiss and
cheddar cheese. Choice of Daily’s bacon, Black Forest ham,
Bourbon Street sausage or Garden sausage.
9.95

Breakfast Burrito
Black Forest ham, roasted green chilies, bell peppers,
onions, scrambled with two eggs, jack and cheddar cheese
wrapped in a flour tortilla.
9.50

Bacon Avocado Benedict
Two poached eggs, Daily’s bacon, fresh avocado, on an english
muffin, topped with homemade Hollandaise sauce.
11.95

Breakfast Scramble
Three eggs with bacon, mushroom, onions and havarti
cheese on top of Home fried potatoes.
10.95

Black Forest & Cheddar Omelet
Black Forest ham, cheddar cheese and caramelized onions.
10.95

Loaded Potatoes
Home fried potatoes, sauteed with green and red onions,
bacon, jack and cheddar cheese, topped with two eggs and
toast, served with salsa and sour cream.
10.95

Spicy Scramble
Three eggs, bacon, jalapenos, green and red onions,
peppers, cheddar cheese, served with Home fried
potatoes and toast.
10.95

Basic Breakfast
Two eggs and toast with choice of Daily’s bacon, sausage,
Black Forest ham or Garden sausage.
8.95


SPECIALTY BREAKFASTS

Belgian Waffles
Belgian waffle 7.50
Add fresh fruit 2.00

Carbon’s Golden Malted Pancakes
One cake 3.50
Two cakes 5.50
Three cakes 7.50
Add blueberries or bananas 1.50

Pane d’ Amore Challah Bread French Toast
Three pieces 7.50
Add fresh fruit 2.00

Snoqualmie Falls Lodge Oatmeal
A Northwest Favorite of extra thick cut oats for a hearty,
healthy breakfast. Served with brown sugar and your choice
of whole milk, 2% milk or 1/2 & 1/2. - 6.50



SIDE ORDERS

Home Fried Potatoes 3.50

French Fries (after 11am) 3.50
Fresh Homemade Salsa 1.25
Black Forest Ham 3.50
Garden Sausage 3.50
Daily’s Bacon 3.50
Sausage Links 3.50
Gravy 3.50
English Muffin, Toast or Scone 2.00
Fruit Cup 3.50
Avocado 1/2 sliced 2.00
Egg 2.00
Sour Cream 1.25

Breakfast Served
Monday - Sunday 
7 am to 3 pm

Vegetarian Breakfast


Chile Jack Omelet
House roasted Pablano peppers, green chilies and jack
cheese, served with salsa and sour cream.
10.95

Mushroom, Swiss & Avocado Omelet
Sauteed mushrooms and swiss cheese topped with
avocado and sour cream.
10.95

Spinach & Havarti Omelet
Fresh spinach and havarti cheese.
10.95

Vegetable Omelet
Broccoli, zucchini, bell pepper, fresh spinach, mushrooms,
jack and cheddar cheese.
10.95

Garden Scramble
Broccoli, zucchini, bell pepper, cheddar cheese,
fresh spinach and Garden sausage.
10.95

Cream Cheese & Chive Scramble
Fresh chives and cream cheese.
9.75

6/21/2014

Breakfast Beverages




COFFEE & TEA

“Long Bottom” Certified
Organic Drip Coffee 2.50
12 oz. Latte or Cappuccino 3.95
12 oz. Mocha 4.50
Double Espresso 3.00
12 oz. Chai Tea 3.50

BEVERAGES
Hot Chocolate 3.50
Orange Juice (fresh squeezed)
10 oz. 3.75
Apple Juice Small 2.00 Large 3.00
Tomato Juice 2.50
Ice Tea, Soda or Lemonade 2.50
Italian Soda 3.50
Milk Small 2.00 Large 3.50
Add Hershey’s Chocolate 1.00
Mimosa 6.00

BREAKFAST & LUNCH
600 West Sims Way • Port Townsend, WA
360-379-9059
No Deep Fried until after 11 am
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DAILY SPECIALS

6/19/2014

Lunch Menu

LUNCH MENU



BURGERS & FRIES
All burgers served with lettuce, onions, pickles, tomato, mayo
and French fries.

Big Burger
1/2 pound patty stacked with Black Forest ham, fried egg,
cheddar cheese, special sauce, lettuce and onion.
12.95

PT Burger
1/2 pound patty with swiss cheese, sauteed mushrooms
and sweet onions.
12.00

Tillamook Cheddar Cheese Burger
9.95

Regular Burger
8.95

Additional Toppings
Mushrooms 1.00
Jalapeno 1.00
Coleslaw 1.00
Bacon 2.00
Ham 2.00
Egg 2.00
Avocado 2.00

Sandwich & Soup
10 oz. Cup of Soup and 1/2 Sandwich.
9.00


LUNCH ENTREES


(11 am)
All sandwiches served with mayo on white, wheat,
rye or sour dough.

Entrees include choice of green salad, Home fries or
French fries.
Substitute fruit cup for $2.00 extra

Fish & Chips
Three piece battered Cod with fries and slaw.
12.95

Club Sandwich
House roasted turkey breast, Black Forest ham, bacon,
lettuce, tomato, swiss and cheddar cheese.
10.95

Veggie Sandwich
Grilled zuchinni, bell pepper, red onions, tomato,
avocado with havarti cheese.
10.95
Turkey, Bacon & Avocado Sandwich
House roasted turkey breast, Daily’s bacon, avocado
and havarti cheese.
10.95
BLT Sandwich
Daily’s bacon, crisp lettuce and tomatoes.
8.95
Ham & Cheese Sandwich
Black Forest ham grilled with jack and cheddar cheese.
8.25
Quesadilla
Jack and cheddar cheese in a flour tortilla with fresh salsa
and sour cream.
7.95
Add Prawns - 4.00
Add Chicken - 3.00
Grilled Cheese Sandwich
6.25

SOUPS
The Cup’s Homemade Chowder
10 oz. 5.95
Soup of the Day
10 oz. 3.95


SALADS
The Cup’s Salad
Fresh Romaine lettuce tossed with
diced tomato and avocado, grilled chicken and bacon.
Topped with Bleu cheese crumbles and house made
Red Wine vinaigrette dressing.
12.00
Classic Caesar Salad
7.95
Add Chicken - 3.00
Add Prawns - 4.00
Add 4 oz. Salmon Fillet - 5.00
(Cape Cleare Pan Seared)
House Salad
4.50
Side House Salad
with meal
3.00

BEVERAGES
Hot Chocolate 3.50
Double Espresso 3.00
Add .75 for
soy, rice, breve, flavor or shot
Orange Juice (fresh squeezed)
10 oz. 3.75
Apple Juice Small 2.00 Large 3.00
Tomato Juice 2.50
Ice Tea, Soda or Lemonade 2.50
Italian Soda 3.50
Milk Small 2.00 Large 3.50
Add Hershey’s Chocolate 1.00
Mimosa 6.00

LUNCH SIDE ORDERS
French Fries 3.50
Home Fries 3.50
Cole Slaw 2.00
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DAILY SPECIALS
BOARD
Thursday Eves
All You Can Eat
FISH & CHIPS
Inquire about our

SPECIAL EVENTS
HEATED PATIO AREA
for your Special Event!
Contact Russ at - 360.531.3988

* Consumption of Raw / Undercooked food may cause illness.

6/18/2014

Dinner Menu

On Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings the chef prepares a special dinners.

6/17/2014

Map


Click Google Map to The Cup Restaurant in Port Townsend

6/16/2014

About


For an intimate sense of the spirit of The Cup, nothing can convey it better than the writer Michael Raymond, who jotted these notes in his book Snippets of a Life.

"The Cup is a quiet little diner, overlooking the mill town of Port Townsend and it s the setting for a familiar scene I enjoy. At different times over the past years, work has found me traveling to Whidbey Island for various tasks, and if I happen to get on the road too early, stopping off for a cup of coffee or a  spot of breakfast at this local favorite while I await the next ferry. Regardless of when in the morning I might happen to stop by, two things I will find of which I'm certain, a good meal and the unrequited company of "Cliff" and "Norm" occupying their favorite corner table.

Cliff and Norm are just two of the local townsfolk who frequent the small diner for a seemingly daily ritual of breakfast or coffee and the enjoyment of pleasant conversation with good company. What their real names are I don't know as we have never met, but then again it doesn't matter. What matters is that these two particular gentlemen are true characters in their own right and are part of a Norman Rockwell Americana that might transpire at any given moment in any small town in our world.

I name them Cliff and Norm from two affable characters from the TV series "Cheers," a favorite show base loosely around the Bull and Finch Pub in Boston, Mass. While the men here today carry on much like those two beloved characters. I must mention that the Port Townsend "Cliff" is far brighter than the TV version played by John Ratzenberger. While Mr. Ratzenberger's character spins a wholly fictitious (if not slightly believable) yarn about the smallest of trivia, this true life gentleman appears genuinely educated and passionate about the daily goings on within his world. Therefore, their conversations are genuine and engaging.

During any one of these stops for coffee, Cliff and Norm can be found at that favorite table. Never seeming to be in a hurry to be somewhere else most times will find them enjoying the added company of another local making what could be construed as a "guest" appearance for the morning talk show. As is usual, the typical morning conversation runs a wide gamut of topics, from sports to politics and economics, to much ado's about Peninsula news, and even to today's subject, something I would describe as geological miscalculations of certain dredging operations in the upper western regions of North America.

Regardless of the topic for the daily chatter though, it is clear that these two friends thoroughly enjoy their time together in both idle and animated conversation as they watch visitors such as I wander in and out of their world. As I finish my meal today and head on towards the ferry dock, it is with an envious twinge that I  admire the familiar continuity this scene presents and hope that later years might find each of us enjoying the same; sitting with a good friend, talking over a cup of coffee and enjoying the view from our favorite spot at the corner table."

You are invite to stop in The Cup Restaurant to see if you encounter "Cliff" and "Norm" solving the world's problems at their favorite table. The Cup is located on Sims Way at the Big Curve swinging down toward Port Townsend's boatyards and downtown tourist attractions. The pace is slower here, so you'll have plenty of time to enjoy a tasty meal with your cup of coffee.

6/12/2014

Contact


The Cup Restaurant
600 West Sims Way
Port Townsend, WA 98368

360-379-9059

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