In the Snoqualmie Valley
The dining room at the Salish Lodge is by far the best restaurant on the west side of Snoqualmie Pass.
Dining & Nightlife in Roslyn
Since the opening of the nearby Inn at Suncadia, Roslyn has slowly getting more upscale. For a glimpse of the future, stop by Jones, 104 N. First St. (tel. 509/649-3656), which is a combination wine-and-coffee lounge with a hip urban style. They serve panini, crepes, and pastries. For nightlife or a simple meal, don't miss The Brick Bar & Grill, 1 Pennsylvania Ave., Roslyn (tel. 509/649-2643), which claims to be the oldest operating saloon in Washington and has a unique flowing-water spittoon under the bar. This place is an absolute classic. If it's good microbrews that you crave, wander up the street to the Roslyn Brewery, 208 Pennsylvania Ave. (tel. 509/649-2232), a more modern place. It's open Saturday and Sunday from noon to 5pm (6pm in summer). In summer, the brewery is also open on Friday. If you're heading to the hills and want to pack some great jerky, stop by Carek's Custom Market, 510 S. A St., Roslyn (tel. 509/649-2930). On summer Sundays, you might want to stop by the Roslyn Sunday Market, Pennsylvania Avenue (www.roslynmarkets.com).
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