–carry more than you think you need–
Pre-start, check out Sunny Farms in Carlsborg for bulk goodies, magnificent deli and hot case, ice cream, chocolate, all sorts of good stuff.
Port Angeles has a 24 hour Safeway up the hill, a pretty good fancy market downtown called Country Aire, and a kick-ass burrito spot called Little Devil’s Lunchbox. You are going to want those burritos.
mile 10, R Corner Gorcery, quality convenience store on the N side of US 101. Open 7-?
mile 94, you will arrive in Quilcene on US 101 from the S. Quilcene has a few restaurants open until 9, an espresso stand, small-town grocery at Peninsula Foods, and just N of route an the Quilcene Village Store, open 7-11 daily.
mile 107, 2 miles off route to Brinnon with convenience store and Halfway House diner, open 7am-8pm daily. Decent pie. Also Geoduck Restaurant just S of town is open until 10pm.
mile 140, Eldon Store, corn dogs, slim jims, and clear beer
mile 142, Hama Hama Oyster Saloon, oysters and clams, smoked salmon, and maybe a nice stout or a saison.. Open noon-5:30
NOTE! There is no resupply on route between Hama Hama and Amanda Park, a distance of 110 miles that is a solid two days of hard riding and hiking for most.
mile 167, 2 miles off route to Skokomish Park on highway 119 toward Hoodsport. Very limited resupply, but sometimes they have frozen burritos. 5 miles past Skokomish Park is the Lake Cushman Grocery with somewhat better selection and, new this year, Nina’s Lake Cushman Cafe. Lake Cushman Resort, which had a small store, is now closed.
mile 248, Amanda Park has Dino’s Pizza and Grill open noon-9pm (don’t get the pizza). Also Quinault Internet Cafe has breakfast from 7:30-3:30, and there is a small convenience store and Quinault River Inn.
mile 249, another small convenience store and Lake Quinault Inn
mile 341, Bogachiel State Park has water, restrooms, and a coin-operated shower. Forks is 6 miles off-route to the N on US 101, they have a Timber Museum, a vampire-based tourism economy, and most basic services.
mile 391, 5.5 miles off route, W on US 101 Hungry Bear Cafe open 9am-8pm daily, and Bear Creek Motel. Full bar, totally worth it.