A stop we'll worth making. There is a bakery upstairs, delicious desserts, and we look forward to their Marionberry Pie. A good breakfast with generous servings.
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I had an open face cheese omelet topped with two large, perfectly cooked fresh oysters. When I finished I wanted to immediately order another, it was that good. The place seems to be frequented by locals, which is always a good sign. The waitress was...More
I've been here about a half-dozen times because it's a bit of a haul from home, but each time I have kicked myself for not having gotten here more often, mostly for their pies. They're homemade -- I think I was told that grandmom makes...More
Home town cafe, friendly staff, good food, great pie, average coffee, no booths all chairs and tables. Dinning area is small, maybe 40 max. but Brinnon is a small town. We have eaten there a half dozen tomes and have always sat right down, always...More
I do really hate writing such a negative review but two visits with the exact same results plus my husband making a third visit with his mom and sister and having more of the same? I feel an obligation to, apparently be the outlier here....More
I heard that the pies here are fantastic, so when I ate lunch there today, I ordered a small sandwich (Tuna melt - good stuff.) so I would have room for a piece of pie. I had a slice of pecan pie (they have, perhaps,...More
So this was recommended to us by a fellow camper. The food was quite good. My companions had the stuffed bell pepper and liver and onions and were very pleased. I ordered the steak and while tasty, overdone for my liking of medium rare. My...More
We stopped here for lunch and had the clam lunch; the clams were huge and tender, really good. Maybe you should share the cobbler, though, because it's huge, and we couldn't even finish it, even though it was scrumptious!