4.5 based on 102 reviews
Lots to choose from on a very extensive breakfast menu. Kids loved their Mickey Mouse pancakes with M & M's and whipped cream. My eggs-bacon-pancake combo was good, as well. Server was very friendly, attentive, and helpful. A welcoming place!
5 based on 81 reviews
Sweet Necessities is located in the heart of Enumclaw and offers abundant dessert options from coffees, to teas, to ice cream, to candies. They also sell local wines, honey, jams, art cards, and humerous cards. But this is no ordinary novelty shop. Their caramels are their specialty and the candy counter is filled with numerous delectable options, which they will box for you. The wall of teas and coffees can be bought in bulk and packaged. The ice cream counter offers numerous flavors for cones, or they will make sundaes or whatever you fancy.
We enjoyed our visit but not the ice cream, which was not very goid. When we return, we will go for a candy option instead.
4.5 based on 51 reviews
Now open 7 days a week...Sun.-Thurs. 10-7Pm. Fri-sat. 10-9Pm homemade dessert pies and dinners to go.
The pies here are amazing however, nothing can beat the outstanding Chicken Pot Pie! I have yet to find a better one!
4.5 based on 17 reviews
We were from out of state and came into the local looking for coffee grounds for our rental house. They were currently being roasted so, we couldn't getting any. We were told it would be ready anytime. We were asked how long we would be in town. They would call us when it was ready. They were so nice they brought it to our table when we were having lunch at a nearby eatery. We never expected such great service. We will back.
4 based on 81 reviews
The best place on the mountain to eat by far. Great service, love this place. We went for xmas eve dinner. The food was very good and they easily accommodated special requests. We were so grateful for good service after the awful experience we had at Village Inn.
4.5 based on 117 reviews
Cold day in Enumclaw, so we started our meal with a small clam chowder, followed with appetizer STEAMED CLAMS (delicious) with ice cold Rainier draft beer. An excellent lunch. As usual the staff was friendly and efficient. Since I am 80 I really dont understand vegan or gluten free dining as I enjoy meat, fish, french bread and butter and beer made with wheat.
5 based on 9 reviews
This local coffee shop is located conveniently at the base of 410 before heading up the mountain.Going to Mission Creek has become a tradition in both winter (on our way sledding) and summer (on our way camping). It's a great place to get my caffeine fix and the only place who will make my "complex espresso order" correct every time.
I used to go to Starbucks but always felt rushed. Half the time my drink was incorrect or they'd ran out of the pastries I wanted.
If I'm not feeling in the mood for coffee, there are always smoothies, Italian Sodas (tons of flavor options) and my new favorite- Lavender Lemonade! Not many coffee stands in the area offer such a variety. Mission Creek definitely offers a wide selection which is also high quality and affordable.
Not only is the coffee great, the baristas are wonderful to chat with.
Lastly, I feel a sense of pride knowing they support military families. Now that's Coffee with a Purpose!
5 based on 7 reviews
Delicious presentation of the popular Dillano's brand of coffee! My wife and I like their unique daily specials - we had a decaf white chocolate almond joy that left us speechless. Seriously. The staff are always super friendly - speedy yet not rushed. They have a great variety of pastries and breakfast sandwiches; so far we have only tried a few but they have all been really good.
4.5 based on 49 reviews
My wife and I have eaten here a dozen or so times...
It is very consistent...
Everyone (Owner, staff) is always friendly, the food is always good, and the place is always busy...
But the pizza....the pizza is excellent... and in an area where good pizza isn't always easy to find, that's pretty special...
4.5 based on 8 reviews
When I plan a Mt. Rainier hike, I like to get an early start and have a quick breakfast as my rest stop. The "usual place" was losing it's sparkle -- too much time spent waiting for wait-persons and cooks. This particular Starbucks is right on the way if you are taking Rte 410 through Enumclaw, and has a huge patio with GREAT outdoor seating with a fireplace, a comfy outdoor couch and armchairs, lots of swell patio tables and chairs, and a knock-out view of Mt. Rainier. It is not on a busy street but rather, has a corner location surrounded by a large parking area with flower-filled curb boxes. The interior is equally appealing, shares the same great mountain view, but hey! we're here to be outdoors, right? Starbucks, of course, has hot breakfast sandwiches and wraps, lots of baked goods, beverage choices and most of all, everything is quick, quick, quick. The bathrooms are clean, the staff is friendly and efficient, and for a modest sum you can enjoy the outdoors, get rested, fed and back on your way in time to be on the trails, without ever losing sight of the mountain you are here to hike.
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