Cle Elum is a city in Kittitas County, Washington, United States. The population was 1,872 at the 2010 census. Only an hour and a half by car from Seattle, Cle Elum is a popular area for camping and outdoor activities.
Things to do in Cle Elum
4 based on 176 reviews
Welcome to the legendary Brick Saloon, Washington’s oldest continuously operating bar, established in 1889. From our famous 100 year old bar showcasing the original 23’ running water spittoon, to our basement jail cell, colorful coal mining history, tasty pub fare, and live music every Friday and Saturday night, The Brick is sure to be your favorite roadhouse stop! We are a family friendly restaurant. Minors are welcomed in our family dining area daily until 9pm (when our kitchen closes). The bar area is 21+ and also is part of our restaurant. Live music is provided every Friday and Saturday night. Hope you stop in to see us and enjoy a bit of history in our wonderful little town of Roslyn!
We have a place in Ronald and go here a lot. Good food and fun atmosphere. Friendly service and pretty quick too. Our whole family always finds something.
4 based on 57 reviews
hometown coffee shop, good service and tasty coffee. baked goods were just ok. maybe healthy or something?
4.5 based on 309 reviews
Great place for breakfast. Always heard about this place but never had the time to stop. Nothing fancy, just good service and home cooking. The portions were very large and the food was great. Their chicken fried steak is now one of my favorites!! Don't hesitate to stop in, only took me 20 years to find the time. I will stop in again
4 based on 69 reviews
The staff and patrons here were very friendly. Great place to bring the family. The kids loved the bar stools and the dessert menu looked tasty too. We had the brisket, pulled pork and cornbread. The meats had great flavor - they were just too much on the dry side. Hard to find location of you are not familiar with the area. But worth a visit!
4 based on 84 reviews
Service was quick. (We were the only customers.) The restaurant in a remodeled, historical house was inviting and the pictures on the walls interesting. The sandwiches were average. The salad was inedible - mostly onions with other vegetables in a sauce.
4 based on 210 reviews
Our burgers ($11-$12) were very good. Kids' meals were $3.75 up to $9 for kids' steak. Breakfast is not served all day. There are lots of options for sides: Caesar salad, green salad (topped with cheese, sunflower seeds, croutons, tomato & beets :)), fruit, fries, mashed potatoes, etc. They got one order wrong and forgot to charge us for a coffee until we reminded them. It was mostly clean except for the syrup container and some of our silverware. The decor is rustic with a bear skin on the wall and antler chandeliers. It's an easy stop when driving over the pass.
4.5 based on 11 reviews
Great local and truckers cafe with about 140 coffee cups for locals and truckers on the wall with their names on them. They must be doing something right. something something right
Always a friendly greeting in this cosy little diner right out of the '50s. Candy serves up their wonderful home-cooked food with warmth & efficiency; she's one of those folks you feel you've known forever. Breakfasts are amazing, the big-as-your-plate pancake is superb, so are the omelets. Burgers are wonderful as is the chicken fried steak. Shelly & Beth cook up some of the best eats east of Seattle. It's rather small, a few booths, 5 or 6 tables & a cute counter. Oh & the sweetest little restrooms too! The Liberty Cafe is just a bit out of the way but oh so worth the drive! Never ever disappointed!!!
4.5 based on 101 reviews
Ive had them cater several things for us and the food is always great. We've been here several times and have never had a bad meal.
Before you waste your money anywhere near Suncadia, put down you're fancy cigar and pull up you're big boy britches and come eat some actually great food and experience great service.
Something you'll never find at swiftwater or hoist house.
4.5 based on 114 reviews
Swiftwater Cellars is nestled on the historic Roslyn No. 9 Coal Mine in the heart of the Cascade Mountains. Its unique location within a renowned resort makes it a destination within a destination offering premium Swiftwater Cellars’ wines and Pacific Northwest cuisine, mountain outlooks, championship golf and private dark sky observation. Swiftwater Cellars is the focal point of Northwest living with European style. It provides you with a natural sense of mountain elegance and is ideal for weddings or private parties, a venue to reinvent the team spirit of your business or simply, a home away from home to renew in the comforts of fresh air and outdoor activities. Swiftwater Cellars saddles the Cascade Mountains along the Interstate 90 corridor being the ideal location for a quick one hour plus drive from Seattle or the place to stop on the way to the other side of the state. The Swiftwater family looks forward to your visit and we ensure you and your guests the opportunity to take part in all the Northwest has to offer.
Visited Suncadia twice over the last two weeks. Had two meals... both very good. The first was dinner inside. We had the smoked chicken breast and steelhead. Food and service were both pretty much flawless. The second lunch was on the patio after golf. My wife and I shared the Louis salad as we had snacked on the course. This was fantastic. They offered to split into two bowls and we each had a decent serving. Our server was very helpful with the beer selection... bringing me a taste of the IPA I didn't choose which was nice to try... next time for that one. I do have two suggestions for the management... improve the wifi so it works on the patio and consider trimming the trees and bushes so one can watch the golfers on the 18th green.
4.5 based on 57 reviews
We stopped here with four families and teenagers. They were quick, extremely warm and welcoming. Try the Italian veggie grill sandwich!
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