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Mt. Rainier Dining - Restaurants
National Park Inn - Inside Mount Rainier National Park at Longmire.   This historic
inn provides a full range of services including a dining room and general store.  
Paradise Inn - Located in the Park at the road-end features a both a Dining Room
and a Cafe.   Built in 1916, and recently benefited from a $20 million remodel.  Paradise
Inn is open mid-May until early Oct.  The dining room features a menu of Northwest
seafood, buffalo and elk.   Rates: $99-$228  Call (360) 569-2275 for reservations.
Jackson Visitor Center at Paradise - Includes a snackbar & grill.
  Alexanders Country Inn, Restaurant & Day Spa - Just one mile from the
entrance to Mount Rainier.  After a day of fun and fresh air at Mount Rainier...come savor a
delicious and memorable dinner at Alexander's Restaurant.   
alexanderscountryinn.com
Crystal Mountain Summer Sunset Dinners and Sunday Brunch at the
Summit House, Washington’s Highest Restaurant! Mid-June through Labor
Day. A very unique and special dining experience at the Summit of Crystal
Mountain, where you can enjoy sweeping views of Mt. Rainier & the Cascade
Range. Fine dining Northwest style with a view you won’t find anywhere else!  
Bring your camera for a chairlift ride before dinner.  
skicrystal.com
Mt. Rainier Railroad Dining Co. in Elbe offers a restaurant, lounge and
lodging in authentic railcars & cabooses!  Restaurant boasts delicious items
including Deep Fried Calamari, Home-cut Cheddar Fries, Vegetarian Pasta
Primavera, BBQ Smoked Chicken, Perfectly Smoked Prime Rib, Hand-dipped
Louisiana Prawns, and more.  Open 365 days a year.  
rrdiner.com
   
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