This little theatre is tucked behind a larger building, and the entrance is from Taylor Street. While you will find a few general purpose movies happening here, you will also find a few special events. For example, this year on certain nights they are showing the live broadcasts of the Metropolitan Opera that are available.
I never went in here during my first overnight stay, but it is a place that may be worth considering if the weather is terrible and you need an indoor activity, such as a movie, to go to during your visit.
This is a tiny theatre, and you should not expect to have a huge screen, but as I never went to a show here I don't know how large the screen actually is.
Dress Code: Ha! Pacific Northwest General Purpose Dress Code: some sort of clothing is preferred.
I never ate at this restaurant, and I never set foot in the door. However, I did manage to walk past it several times, and they have a full set of events listed at the top of the staircase that drops down to the next level of the city. It looks like it might be an interesting place for those seeking some night time activity, and certainly from the outside it sounded like stuff going on inside was fun.
Finding this place, however, is going to be a bit of a challenge, as it isn't a place on the main roads through town.
Washington Street starts to climp a hill from downtown to the upper part of down. about halfway up this hill, on the water side of the street, there is a simple wooden arch on the hill and a staircase going down. Next to this arch, there is an advertisement and music schedule for all the events at Upstage, whose main entrance is next to the bottom of the staircase.
From downtown Port Townsend, from Water Street head away from the water on Tyler Street. At the end of this road is a gravel parking area, and the restaurant / entertainment house is on the right, through the gravel parking area, on the ground level that faces the parking area.
There is an outdoor seating area, and while the official entrance is from Washington Street, the fact is the entrance is easier to get to from the parking area from Tyler Street.
Located an old historic building on the corner of Quincy and Water Streets, the Water Street Brewhouse is located in the southwest corner on the ground floor - the Water Street Hotel makes up much of the rest of the building. The pub area is a grand old place with high ceilings and a marvelous wooden bar from behind which several varieties of House's own beers are poured from. There is a much larger variety of food served up here, than at PT's other brewery - Port Townsend Brewery - and live music can be heard on many an evening.
Dress Code: Dress code for a brewpub?