Restaurant Week Comes to the Harbor

Restaurant Week

The Trolley @ the Boatyard Offers Northwest Favorite

2 Pacific Northwest Crab & Shrimp Rolls w/Corn Chowder & Kettle Chips

The Gig Harbor Downtown Waterfront Alliance is pleased to announce its first Waterfront Restaurant Week, and the Trolley @ the Boatyard is looking forward to being part of the delicious fun.

Restaurant Week

Try delicious Pacific Northwest Crab & Shrimp Rolls at the Trolley @ the Boatyard during Restaurant Week.

During Waterfront Restaurant Week — Sunday, March 25 through Thursday, March 29 — diners can experience the tastes of the downtown waterfront with a variety of special menu offerings. Participating restaurants will offer special meals at fixed price points of $20 or $30.

It’s a great way to try that new place you’ve been curious about, support your long-time favorite spot, and experience new and creative menu items at each location.

“A lot of towns have been offering Restaurant Week for a while and now we are, too, here in the harbor,” said Gig Harbor Marina & Boatyard Hospitality Manager Danielle Taylor. “Restaurant Week started as a way for people to try multiple establishments in what is typically the slow season for restaurants.”

Restaurant Week

Hearty corn chowder is a tasty companion to The Trolley’s Crab & Shrimp Rolls.

The Trolley @ the Boatyard will be offering two Pacific Northwest Crab and Shrimp Rolls with Corn Chowder and Kettle Chips for $30 — it’s a “very nice lunch for two for just $30,” points out Danielle.

The Trolley will be open its usual hours during Restaurant Week:  Tuesday through Saturday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. ~ And don’t forget: The Trolley delivers!

Mark your calendars now for Waterfront Restaurant Week, March 25-29. More details, participating restaurants and menu items will be coming soon from the Gig Harbor Downtown Waterfront Alliance. Watch their Facebook page at Gig Harbor’s Waterfront Restaurant Week.

For Food Delivery from The Trolley call (253) 649-9455

restaurant week

Delivery service from the Trolley @ the Boatyard operates from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. The delivery service area extends for approximately 2.5 miles in the downtown Gig Harbor area from the Maritime Pier to the Harbor History Museum, up to Highway 16.

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