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Written by Super User     February 22, 2014    
 
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Address
940 Lawrence St
Postal Code
98368

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Phone Number
360-385-0500
Aldrich's Market first opened in 1895 when Clark Aldrich purchased a variety store from Robert Gray and operated it on the southwest corner of Lawrence and Tyler streets. In those early years it was known best for selling school books and stationary, but also had confectionery, fruits, vegetables, and tobacco. On August 4, 2003 Aldrich's caught fire and was totally destroyed. The community grieved the loss of the oldest grocery store in Washington State, but owners David Hamilton and Jonathon Ryweck vowed to rebuild. On July 16, 2005 Aldrich's reopened with the help of an outpouring of support from the community and is once again the hub of the Uptown business community.

On January 31, 2007, Aldrich's Market changed hands for only the fourth time in its 112 year history when it was acquired by a family enterprise comprised of Scott Fukuda and his parents Milton and Renee Fukuda.

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Aldrich's in Port Townsend is the oldest and best grocery in Washington.
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Reviewed by Super User February 22, 2014
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Oldest and Best Grocery in Washington

Aldrich's in Port Townsend is the oldest and best grocery in Washington.

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