Gliding Eagle Market
The mission of the Gliding Eagle Market is to serve the Port Gamble S’Klallam Tribe and the local communities by providing competitive prices and displaying world class customer service at a convenient location. We strive to support the Port Gamble S’Klallam Tribe with tax revenue, employment opportunities, and ultimately profits from efficient operations.
Gliding Eagle Market (GEM) is wholly owned by the Port Gamble S’Klallam Tribe. Management and oversight responsibilities fall under the Noo-Kayet Development Corporation – the Federally recognized Section 17 Corporation owned by the Tribe.
Gliding Eagle Market originally opened in 1973 in a small building affectionately referred to as “The Smoke Shop”. A new building was constructed in 2003, when the store was rebranded as the Gliding Eagle Market. In 2010, a new fuel pump island was added which increased the amount of fuel dispensers to six.
Store Hours: 6am - 2pm
Deli Hours: 7am - 1pm
Espresso Hours: 6am - 1pm
GEM 6AM-11PM -We are going to try experimenting with new extended weekend hours! We will be open until 11PM on Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday nights for your convenience; we will still be closing at 10PM on the remaining nights- Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday. Thank you!
GEM 6AM-10PM - You can still call 360-297-7412 and we'll bag up your groceries and have them ready to pick up through our Espresso Drive-through til 4:30PM. Maintain 6-feet social distancing. Card transactions are preferred for your protection and ours, masks are encouraged.
Espresso: We will be opening at 7AM daily, closing at 5PM Monday thru Saturday, and closing at 4PM on Sundays.
Deli: 7AM-5PM, to-go orders only from our limited menu. Can Pre-order by phone 360-297-7423 to make it faster/more efficient; after paying for your order, please wait outside the store until your order is bagged and ready to-go. Our new limited menu is available in the menu tab of both website and Facebook. We will have a fuller menu and begin specials at a later date as our supply chains resume operations.