The Beautiful Restaurant Tucked Away In A Washington Forest Most People Don’t Know About

Unless you’ve spent a great deal of time in the northwest corner of Washington, you’ve probably never heard of the tiny town of Deming. This quiet community of about 350 people sits right on the Nooksack River in the Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest. It’s beautiful, and so is the the favorite local Italian spot, Milano’s.

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Milano’s is open Thursday-Sunday from 4-8 PM, except on Fridays and Saturdays when they’re open until 9. Occasionally dinner guests will enjoy live music in the dining room.

We love beautiful restaurants in remote settings, especially when they serve food this delicious. And if you’re ever in the Chelan area, don’t forget to dine at Sorrento’s.