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PostSun Dec 14, 2008 2:50 pm 
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Please consolidate your suggestions here (anyone can edit this wiki post)

I-90
The Pour House Bar and Grill, North Bend (Homebase of the 12th Man TailGater - Go Hawks!)
Jay Berry's Gourmet Pizza and Pasta, North Bend
North Bend Bar & Grill
XXX Root Beer Drive-in, Issaquah
Ken's Truck Town, North Bend (Seattle Times Article)
Scotts Dairy Freeze, North Bend (Directions & Reviews)
Rhodies Smokin BBQ, North Bend
Giant Burger (McKeans), Cle Elum
Twin Pines, Cle Elum (they close pretty early on weekends)
Sunset Cafe, Cle Elum (Directions & Review)
Cle Elum Bakery (Seattle Times Article)
Cle Elum Dairy Queen
Cle Elum  Cottage Cafe
Best of Thai, Cle Elum, really good Thai food!
The Brick, Roslyn (Directions & Reviews)
Roslyn Cafe, excellent onion rings, fries, sandwiches, salads
Village Pizza, Roslyn
Stella's in Cle Elum. Fantastic and adorable place for breakfast and lunch. Vegetarian friendly.
U-Tote-Em Burgers, Ellensburg
The Palace, (steak, hamburgers, salads, excellent fish & chips) - downtown E'burg (More Coyotebell used to wait tables here and has all the scoop)
Bob's Cafe, Moses Lake (Directions & Reviews)
Yellow Church Cafe, Ellensburg
Old No. 3, Ronald (Directions & Reviews)
North Bend Twedes cafe, aka Twin Peaks Double R Diner
Boxcar Burgers, across from Les Scwab (Ellensburg)
Stan's Bar B-Q, Issaquah
Riverbend Cafe, located in that golf course on the road to Rattlesnake Lake (exit 32/Ranger station exit). a little pricey, cloth tablecloths, but worth the few extra bucks - and you can look like sh## and feel comfortable there.
Mountain High Burger - Easton
Tacos Martin, E'burg (closed Sundays)
Los Cabos in North Bend.
Issaquah Brewhouse.  Issaquah, next to the Salmon Hatchery
I-90, North Idaho: Tall Pine in Pinehurst has great huckleberry shakes and good burgers.


Highway 2
Sultan Bakery
Dan's Pizza, Sultan
Zeke's Drive-In, Gold Bar
The Whistling Post, Skykomish - homemade soups, broasted chicken, jo-jos
The Cascadian Inn, Skykomish. Good menu; plate dinners, burgers.
The Deli in Skykomish - great cold and hot sandwiches; biscuits & gravy for breakfast too. Sandwiches are very big!
'59er Diner, Coles Corner
The Squirrel Tree, Coles Corner
Gustav's Restaurant, Leavenworth
South,Leavenworth
Country Boy's BBQ, Cashmere
Prospector's Steak & Ale, Gold Bar
Old School Barbecue, Monroe (by the reptile zoo)
Rusty's in Cashmere - Good old fashioned burger n fries, great halibut sandwich
Red Robin, Monroe
Eddie's Trackside - Sadly closed.

North Cascades, Highway 20
NYP Bar and Grill, Burlington.  Great beer selection, good burgers and pizza.  Happy hour all day on Sunday.
Skagit River Brewery, (Old) Mount Vernon
Birdview Brewery, Birdview ("this" side of Baker Lake Rd, on the s side of the highway). EXCELLENT BREW! (no fries, no shakes)
El Gitano, Mount Vernon, Burlington, Bellingham
The Eatery (Clark's), between Rockport & Marblemount
Marblemount Diner - really good. Americana fare. Good service! Closed in winter.
Mondo, Marblemount. Big, sloppy, good burgers, good fries, teriyaki. New in 2012.  We had excellent service. Hope it's consistent. Open in winter, too!
The Freestone Inn in Mazama. $$$, but trail-dust friendly.
The Mazama Store - The hippie/Subaru capitol of Highway 20, with good sandwiches and pizza. Plus 72 kinds of canned organic tomatoes.
Old Schoolhouse Brewery - Winthrop
Twisp River Pub, Twisp
Logan's Cafe in Twisp. Great breakfasts!
Cinnamon Twisp, Twisp, oh yum yum!
FORK.  Food Truck in Twisp:  at Twispworks (old Ranger Station. https://www.facebook.com/forktwisp/  Wonderful!
Lorenzo's, Sedro
Annie's Pizza Station, Concrete
Mick & Miki's Red-Cedar Bar, Twisp > for when the chic burgers at the Twisp River Brewpub just aren't going to cut it!
Que Car BBQ in Marblemount east of the Eatery.  Better than the Buffalo Run next door.   http://www.quecarbbq.com/
Mondos, Marblemount. A new restaurant in the old store building. Great old-fashioned hamburgers and steak fries.
Train Wreck Bar and Grill http://trainwreckbar.com/ Great food and atmosphere, big full plates, cold beer.
Buffalo Run. A bit pricey for an after-hike meal, but what the heck. Pie slices are huge.
Coconut Kennys off of Metcalfe St. in Sedro-Woolley. Huge hot sandwiches great pizza, beer!!

Mt Baker Highway
Graham's Restaurant, Glacier. Gourmet burgers & good beer selection.
The North Fork Brewery, Pizzeria, Beer Shrine and Wedding Chapel , between Deming and Maple Falls
Milano's in Glacier: homemade pie
Acme Diner on Highway 9:  Don't miss their satisfyingly dense ice cream
Chair 9, just East of Glacier. Great pizza


Hiway 7/706 Mt Rainier (Paradise)
Kelley's Kafe, Spanaway (breakfast)
Country Rose Cafe, Spanaway (breakfast)
Copper Creek Inn, Nisqually Entrance
Scaleburgers, Elbe from Nisqually entrance, you can eat and watch the steam train switchin tracks.
The Pour House Grub & Pub, Eatonville
Brunos Family Restaurant & Bar , Eatonville - good brews on tap, buffalo and elk burgers, organic greens.

Mt Rainier (N Side)
Wally's Drive-in, Buckley
Pick N Shovel, Wilkeson
Naches Tavern, Greenwater
Wapati Woolies, Greenwater (Espresso)
Krains Corner, Hwy 169 outside of Enumclaw
Lee Restaurant, Enumclaw (Diner food, Map & Reviews)
Black Diamond Bakery, Black Diamond off Hwy 169
Dog and Pony Alehouse, Renton

Mountain Loop Highway
Eagles Nest Sports Bar, Darrington.  New. No reviews yet (as of 4/26/16)
Home Town Bakery & Cafe, Darrington - open til 9 PM even Sundays.  Cash only.  Excellent pza.
Four Corners Café, Darrington. Corner of 530 & Mtn Loop. Just so you know: Good food; unfortunately they close at 5:30 PM.
Fountain Drive-In, Arlington
Granite Falls - La Playa Bonita
Buzz Inn Steakhouse, Granite Falls

Lochsloy Store[/u], Hiway 92 - great burgers and shakes
Arlington - the BEST thai food - Arlington Thai, on the main drag downtown. North side of street, on a corner. Next to the mexican place.  Open til 8:30PM 7 days a week.
Omega Pizza & Pasta, Granite Falls

Olympic Peninsula
Disco Bay Detour, on Hwy 101 in Discovery Bay - craft beers and snacks, plus can purchase food at the Disco Bay Village Store nextdoor and bring it over to eat - wonderful post-hike atmosphere
Silver City Brewing, Silverdale
Loggers Landing, Quilcene, reopened w/new owners, new format
Granny's Cafe, Port Angeles
Forks Cafe
Taqueria Santa Ana, Forks (cash only)
Three Rivers Resort (groceries, gas, restaurant), near Quilyute
The In Place, Forks (great burgers)
Waterfront Pizza, Port Townsend
Fat Smitty's, Discovery Bay
El Cazador, Sequim
Gordy's Pizza and Pasta, Port Angeles
Drakes subs, Port Angeles
Olympic Bagel Company, http://www.olympicbagel.com/, Port Angeles
Sawadee Thai Cuisine, Sequim
Sully's, Forks
Pacific Pizza hungry.gif , Forks
Linda's Woodfired Kitchen, Neah Bay
The Garage Barbeque, Port Gamble chow.gif
101 Brewery, Quilcene https://101brewery.com/ (great burgers, beer and pie)

Highway 12
Mt Adams Cafe, Randle - good food, reasonable prices, friendly service
Cliff Droppers, Packwood - Big burgers with a skiing motif
Spiffy The Only Place to Eat, Morton - decent burger fry foot long place
Rivers Coffeehouse and Bistro
In Morton, on Main, downtown. Only modern coffee, Fish Tale Ale, meal, snack, place in the Cowlitz Valley. Only open till 2100 hrs Wed-Sat. Altimeter users will like USGS benchmark on face of building. Altitude is 959'. It is not stamped on disk.

US Highway 101
Clarks Restaurant (south of Aberdeen/Cosmopolis and immediately south of the SR 107 intersection in Artic)

Oregon
Terminal Gravity brewpub, Enterprise, OR (on the way to many Eagle Cap wilderness/Wallowas trail heads)

Wyoming
Wind River Brewing Co. Pinedale, Wy (Wind River trips)
Snake River Bewing in Jackson


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PostThu Aug 11, 2005 5:04 pm 
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Yep Jimmymac, they've got a sturgeon on the sign out front and some good stuff to pour. I've spent a few nights in the area and I've heard them trains a coming too -- all damn night every night.
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Maybe not as satisfying as a hot platter from Casa de Flatulente... bawl.gif (

My favorite hangout, you try the bean turditos yet? lol.gif
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PostMon Aug 15, 2005 11:29 pm 
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I edited my original post re:  Good Food in Marblemount.

That place is filthy  hurl.gif .  I know Skagit Co. has health standards, and the kitchen is supposed to comply, but I don't trust anyone there to comply if the health inspector isn't right there all the time.  I ain't a neat house keeper, I admit.  But I'm smart enough to change my habits* if I owned a restaurant and thought there was even a slight chance that possibly a customer might drop in unexpectedly.

They're nice people, the people at Good Food, but that doesn't mean they're clean.

I might be wrong about the cleanliness of the kitchen, but I personally don't want to take any more chances.


*no, I'm not a nun.  I mean cleaning habits.

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PostMon Aug 15, 2005 11:44 pm 
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Quark wrote:


*no, I'm not a nun.  I mean cleaning habits.

Yeah, but SHE always had clean habits  agree.gif ..................

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Has anyone mentioned Scale Burgers in Elbe or Anjou Bakery in Cashmere?
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in Enumclaw both the Safeway and QFC deli offers good values. There is a nice breakfast and lunch time restaurant called the Kettle. You’d likely never find it unless you knew were to look. Here’s the address: 1666 2nd Ave. They offer huge portions, very reasonable prices and can seat a lot of folks. Charley’s just at the very south end of Enumclaw on hiway 410, and they too have great food and good prices.

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Zig Zag in off Highway 26 and Lolo pass Road.  I doubt many people on the forum go that way much but if you do it is the best pizza I have every tasted and of course a selection of Oregon microbrews are on tap.

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I agree with Moosefish.......  Gordy's off exit 32 on I-90.  It was a great hearty meal after a long hike.  Try the crab cake dinner!!!!  Yum Yum Gimme Some.  I will definitely go back!

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PostWed Aug 17, 2005 1:55 pm 
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Chiwawa Rv area:  59'er Diner's irritating, but I'll take it 'cause it's all there is.  Please someone tell me if there's another place.

There's a tavern to the left of 59'er.  Try it.  I liked it.  Needed to make a phone call one night a coupla months ago--a drunk person in the bar let me use her cell phone.  While I was making a phone call another lady was making the moves on my partner and kept asking OVER and OVER "Haven't you been in here before?"

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PostWed Aug 17, 2005 1:57 pm 
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HIGHWAY 410:

Naches Tavern

If Naches Tavern is closed, go to the Muckleshoot Casino.  6 Places to eat in there, and they are always open till 1:00a.m 365 days a year.

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I would have to say the best pre-hike grub is at The Sunbreak Cafe in Auburn.  Pretty far south but by far my favorite breakfast spot.  All the breakfasts are served with hashbrowns made with baby red potatos and banana bread.  Super Yummy

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PostWed Aug 17, 2005 2:03 pm 
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Hey Tom, is there any chance of setting up an NWHikers wiki where we can save some of this info on places to eat so it's easier to find? It's getting hard to extract a compact list from this thread.

Or is there another Seattle-related wiki that would be a good place to add a page?
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By wiki I assume you mean a post with a summary that anyone can edit?
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I was thinking of a full-fledged wiki, so we could create some structure and have restaurants in different areas on separate pages, but also pages with other FAQs.

An example is the Cycling wiki here.  The software he uses (MediaWiki) is a common choice.

(Should we continue this in the Support forum?)
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Speaking of pre-hink eats, let's not forget the Maltby Cafe off 522--I think I'm still working off that last cinnamon roll!
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