This is a great little place to stop for gas, snacks, sandwiches, or just a pit stop, but the beer selection has continued to grow to the point where itís worth a trip all by itself. Really, itís a hidden gem. Take your time looking around (check all of the end caps on the beer aisles) and near the front doors.
AMBIANCE 3/5 SERVICE 10/10 SELECTION 10/15 FOOD N/A VALUE 8/10 OVERALL 15/20
Really nice pit stop for the craft beer love traveling on 101 on the Puget Sound side of the Olympic Penninsula
A very nice market attached to a gas station at a casino. I didnít try the food but there was a cafe. I did buy some really good locally made beef and salmon jerky.
Featured in the middle of the beer section are 4 large coolers with mostly big bottles and some craft six packs of bottles and cans. The selections was a well chosen and not-so-common beers from better known and really good breweries.
Washington was well represented. From the western USA--Lost Abbey / Pizza Port, Firestone Walker, Midnight Sun, Stone, etc. Some big DFH bottles. Orval, Ayinger, Unibroue, etc.