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Bennett's Fish Shack

12 locals recommend · Estimated price 2 out of 4

Tips from locals

Maria
Maria
October 11, 2019
Best fish and chips around, crab cakes and fries. Can be a little greasy but fresh and yummy.
Trina
Trina
March 20, 2019
Now, I recommend doing the 44 minute walk to this place because you are in for some whale sized portions! Work up an appetite while taking one of the most scenic ocean front paved trails all the way to town! Look for the map in my guestbook. (44 min 2.3 miles) Or, seriously... I won't force you to…
Chris And Brynn
Chris And Brynn
January 03, 2019
Arguably some of the best fish and chips you'll ever find! We actually prefer the cod over the halibut. It gets busy - grab your table or order to go!
Maggie
Maggie
December 04, 2018
The best fish and chips plus burgers and salads. Beer and wine also served
Linda
Linda
November 05, 2018
The crab cakes are great.

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“Interesting museum highlighting the contributions of local fisherman and cranberry farmers. There is also information about shipwrecks and local sealife as well. There are a few intact whale skeletons on the outside of the museum. A highlight is the magnificent Destruction Island [Lighthouse| Lens, housed on the museum grounds, built in France in 1888 by Henry Le Paute from the design by Augustin-Jean Fresnel. The lens was installed in the Westport lighthouse in 1891 and operated until 1995 when it was removed by the Coast Guard and went on display at its present location. The room that houses the lighthouse is brilliantly lit - my kids loved it! ”
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Location
2581 Westhaven Drive
Westport, WA 98595
Phone+1 360-268-7380
Hours of Operation statusClosed · Opens 11:00 AM