No doubt you’ve worked up an appetite today and are ready for a delicious dinner. This location started as a roadside gas station and café and over time has become of the longest continually operating restaurants in Washington State. During prohibition, it’s rumored that a still was hidden inside one of the walls of the restaurant to produce alcohol for the many loggers that frequented the area. Local favorites like salmon, trout, steaks, freshly baked bread, and of course, dessert should always be Miss Jennie’s famous blackberry pie!
Rainier Tip: Order some Copper Toppers for your breakfast in
the morning – they are amazing!