Electric City is a city in Grant County, Washington, United States. The population was 968 at the 2010 census. The community was named for its proximity to the power source at Grand Coulee Dam.
Things to do in Electric City
4.5 based on 49 reviews
When visiting the Grand Coulee area, there are not many dining choices, since northeastern Washington is sparsely populated. We were not expecting much beyond a basic burger and fries, when it came time to stop for lunch. Thus, we were so pleased to stumble across this cafe with a nice offering of soups, salads and/or sandwiches. We left wanting to come back on another day to try other options on the menu! If you are in the area, do not pass up the opportunity to stop here for a bite to eat!
4 based on 79 reviews
East end of town
Read the reviews plus a fellow traveler personally recommended La Presa so our expectations were pretty high. I ordered a burrito that was suppose to have shredded beef. There were a very few chunks of beef but they had not been shredded. The burrito was mostly rice and if I had wanted a rice burrito I would have ordered a rice burrito. My husband ordered a platter with a chalupa and an enchilada. The chalupa looked like a huge taco and he had trouble finding the enchilada on his platter. I will say everything was tasty and the service was good. But it was just the kind of meal we get back home for a lot less money.
4.5 based on 29 reviews
We came here, since our motel didn´t have breakfast. It was a nice walk through quiet Coulee Dam where we spotted many deers. R&A is a typical American diner with huge servings and a hearty menu. Service was nice and quick. We enjoyed our breakfast.
4.5 based on 5 reviews
Best pumpkin bars around! They have a friendly staff and a very decent cup of coffee. My current favorite is the white chocolate peppermint latte.
4.5 based on 12 reviews
Nothing fancy - just good ice cream (commercially made) served with a friendly smile by the manager (she's been there 3 years). I asked for a "custom" root beer float made with a couple of different ice creams and she fixed me right up. Very nice on a hot day!
4 based on 16 reviews
Small town dive bar. The regulars kind of help themselves to coffee and stuff behind the bar. Large portions and priced inexpensive. Pancakes the size of a record. Biscuits and gravy were tasty as well. The ceiling tiles have "artwork" on them and was pretty interesting. Two pool tables and several TV's. Might stop here again and try dinner.
4.5 based on 46 reviews
Have visited Melody twice now and will definitely keep it in the rotation. The chicken mushroom pasta was amazing (and totally unexpected), the Charles dickens burger and waffle fries were delicious and the shrimp Louie salad had huge shrimp, fresh lettuce and delicious homemade dressing. There aren't many top restaurants in the area but this is one. Saw the complaints about service in other reviews but the owner and waitresses were fast and ready to go. Also saw a lot of to go orders being picked up. Glad we tried it!
4 based on 1 reviews
This business is now inside of the Coulee Medical Center lobby. I visit it almost daily I enjoy my Caramel frappe, and caramel latte.
4 based on 45 reviews
A small spot with great food. It's not fast so don't be in a hurry. A lot of knick knacks all over but lets get to the food. It's very good! Jam was superb. There's not much seating so be patient. We were in on a Sunday around ten and it was full to capacity.
3.5 based on 93 reviews
Great service with hot perfectly prepared food. I had breakfast here with my aunt. Very quiet atmosphere. Very attentive wait staff. Food was prepared quickly and very hot upon arrival. I have been here before and they are always great. Great prices as well.
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