Here Are 10 Amazing Hidden Restaurants In Washington And Where To Find Them

If you love finding new places to eat, you’re in luck here in Washington. We have top-rated restaurants everywhere, many of which are hidden off the main streets. Small town cafes, food trucks, and unassuming storefronts are often home to some of the most mouthwatering dishes around. Here are 10 of the many secret hidden restaurants in Washington you’ve got to add to your dining bucket list:

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This only covers 10 of the countless hidden restaurants in Washington. Have you been to any of these gems in our state before? Where are your favorite places to grab a bite to eat in Washington?

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Hidden Restaurants In Washington

August 27, 2021

What are the best hidden gems in Washington?

Aside from the incredible hidden gem restaurants you learned about above, Washington has countless other hidden gems, both natural and man-made, that are worthy of a visit. You can visit some of these hidden gems on our Ultimate Washington Hidden Gems Road Trip. Along the way, you can stop by Madison Falls in Port Angeles, Joyce General Store which is the oldest continuously operating store of its kind in the state, and Hoko Falls. 

What are some of the most remote restaurants in Washington?

Tucked away in Ashford, Washington, Copper Creek Inn is close to Mount Rainier and an easy top to make after a strenuous hike. It’s been open since 1946 and serves up some delicious home-cooked food for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Even more remote, the Summit House is located on a mountain-top and is reachable via a gondola. It’s so worth it for the views as well as its incredible meals. This remote restaurant even hosts meteor shower and full moon dinners which sound pretty incredible!

What are some of the best mom-and-pop restaurants in Washington?

If you’re craving a good taco, Bookmark Taco-Book in Everett is the place to go! This mom-and-pop Mexican eatery cooks everything to order using family recipes, so you know you’re getting something authentic. Davy’s Burger Ranch in Prosser has a large menu with many classics but burgers are definitely the thing to order here!