Restaurant at Point No Point Resort
Dear Guests, thank you for your patience and understanding with our restaurant closure during the COVID-19 pandemic. We are happy to announce we will be re-opening the restaurant for TAKE-OUT ONLY commencing Saturday, July 4 2020.
The safety of our guests and staff alike remains to be our top priority at the resort.
Our chefs are happy to begin our re-opening with a variety of charcuterie platters that will be available for pick-up from the Tearoom. These can be paired with select bottles of wine, beer, and ciders. What better way to enjoy the amazing views from your private deck or down at the Beach House than with a selection of local and house-made charcuterie, chef-selected cheeses, house-made breads, fruits, vegetables and sweet treats?
Take-out will be available 7 DAYS A WEEK from 12:30pm – 7:30pm from the Tearoom.
Pre-orders of our charcuterie platters will be an option for incoming guests, and delivered in advance of your arrival and ready for you in your cabin!
Under normal circumstances, our restaurant is open Wednesday through Sunday for lunches and dinner. Indoor ocean-view seating for 34 with enough binoculars to go around so you can keep a sharp eye for wildlife and marine traffic while enjoying your meal. Our menu includes a variety of west coast seafood, homemade soups, and hearty fresh salads. Additional dinner specials are available nightly. Our kitchen continuously delights guests with its creative and unique use of locally sourced organic foods.
Lunch is served from 11:30 am to 3:30 pm. We do not take reservations for lunch; however, if we cannot accommodate you upon arrival, we will add your name to our wait-list and you will be in line for the next available table.
Dinner is served from 5:30 pm to 8:30 pm. Reservations are strongly recommended for dinner, and tables are reserved in order of booking. Make sure to book well in advance for special occasions.
With our small capacity dining room, we are able to accommodate a maximum of 10 people for any one party. Advanced notice is recommended for larger parties.