Hoodsport Coffee Co.

Coffee House | Ice Cream Parlor | Small Town Café
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We didn’t expect much from a small café off Route 101 in Hoodsport, Washington, a town with a population just over 360. But we were pleasantly surprised by the food and coffee put out by the two hardworking girls of Hoodsport Coffee Co. This local establishment offers a few lunch and dinner items along with custom sandwiches and salads. We enjoyed a BBQ pork sandwich, a bowl of chili, an apple muffin, and a dinner salad.

The pork sandwich was flavored nicely between to two halves of a warm and soft ciabatta roll. The chili was under-spiced but still tasty, coming with a large portion of beans and a heaping amount of ground beef. Fortunately, the meat didn’t leave the chili too greasy or heavy and went well with the apple muffin we got as a side. This delicate muffin almost stole the show; it is rich and sweet and topped with a delicious cinnamon finish. Our salad was small and simple, a layer of spinach and greens mix with our selection of added meats and cheeses.

We knew that we hadn’t come for a great meal, but rather for the coffee and the ice cream that the cafe is known for. Out of a wide selection of fall specialty drinks, we were compelled to try the bourbon caramel mocha — a cafe mocha with a new in-house syrup. A generous amount of foam, light chocolate flavor and a bourbon twist, this mocha embodied the essence of autumn with a taste of the local coffee shop. A must try.

After coffee and before leaving this hometown shop, even if you don’t have much of a sweet tooth, you MUST try the ice cream. The flavor variations practically overwhelmed us, leaving no category untouched. From simple flavors like vanilla, chocolate, mint, and strawberry cream all the way to huckleberry swirl, pistachio cherry chip, and Kentucky pie, this place has it all! We enjoyed a scoop of the chocolate chip cookie dough, blackberry ribbon cheesecake, double chocolate brownie rocky road, and some chocolate chip. Each was baseball sized and bitter cold; possibly the coldest ice cream we had tasted, as it barely even melted while we ate it. The vanilla base on the blackberry cheesecake was extra sweet and the chunks of cheesecake crust mixed with the cookie dough were incredible! The chips in the chocolate chip scoop had a stronger flavor than regular milk chocolate but dwarfed in taste  next to the rocky road. Nuts, marshmallows, brownie, and more all contrasted with light chocolate ice cream for a magnificent dessert.

Be sure to beat the locals and snag one of the 3 parking spots out front on your way through. This cafe will bring the heat with its coffee then cool you down with a scoop of your favorite treat!

What to Eat
Hoodsport Coffee Co., Apple Muffin
Apple Muffin
Must-Try
Crumble on top took this baked good to the next level!
Hoodsport Coffee Co., Burbon Caramel Mocha
Burbon Caramel Mocha
Must-Try
Many Fall specialties led us to this Bourbon Caramel Mocha creation; a must try!
Hoodsport Coffee Co., Ice Cream
Ice Cream
Must-Try
Chocolate Chip Ice Cream almost tasted like actual cookie batter and stayed incredibly cold.
Hoodsport Coffee Co., BBQ Pork on Chiabatta
BBQ Pork on Chiabatta
Just added to the menu, this BBQ pork Sandwich is definitely soon to be a local favorite.
Hoodsport Coffee Co., Dinner Salad
Dinner Salad
Building your own salad leaves you the choice of multiple meats and cheeses to create your desired meal.
Hoodsport Coffee Co., Chili
Chili
Chili to warm the soul, great with any meal or plentiful on its own.
Directions and Hours
Open Today
Sunday5:30am - 9pm
Monday5:30am - 9pm
Tuesday5:30am - 9pm
Wednesday5:30am - 9pm
Thursday5:30am - 9pm
Friday5:30am - 9pm
Saturday5:30am - 9pm
Information
Price
$
Seasons
Open Year Round
Meals Served
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Dessert
Credit Cards Accepted
Yes
Alcohol Served
No
Outdoor Seating
No
Website

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