Best places to chow down after a day on a river...

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  1. GAT

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    Tumalo Feed Company between Bend and Sisters, OR
     
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    Arrowanna Chinese in Sparwood BC.
     
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    Ranch House BBQ and Steakhouse. You haven't been there? Think it's been there for quite a while.
     
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    If you ever find yourself in port hadlock and want good bbq, check out zoogs caveman cookin, best I've had in the pnw besides home cooked
     
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    Pretty sure it was there when I was in high school (2005)
     
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    I'll have to remember this piece of advise for later trips up north
     
  7. Jerry Daschofsky

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    I've been going down there since I was a baby. I know in the 80s it was a roadside diner. Think it turned into a bbq place in the very late 90s/early 2000s.
     
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    Always like Blustery's at Vantage... good burgers and awesome milkshakes. I usually have mine empty by the top of the hill :).
     
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    The Packing House can be quite good as well.

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    7-11 Coca-Cola flavored Slurpee. Bag of beef jerky if I'm feeling rich and splurgy.
     
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    For breakfast or lunch, the Take a Break Café in Dryden is hands down the best little café in this area. The food is awesome and there's plenty of it! You just have to fight the locals for a seat! Well worth it!
     
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    You forgot the overcooked corn dog !
     
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    Just something about pizza and beer.
     
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    no, weeds in kashmir has about 1000x better food and coffee
     
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    Milepost 111 in Cashmere wins.
     
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    Have you tried weeds? Milepost only wins in regards to beer
     
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    Which is a trump card, in my book.
     
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    Weeds has beer, local bottles but no drafts. Having the best Reuben in the valley is a trump in my book. And to all the Leavenworth folks who going to say Gustavs or duck&drake has the best Reuben in the valley, you are wrong cause my opinion is FACT
     
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    Also: I'm smoking 12lbs of pork shoulder today. I hope the shitty bbq down the hill can smell my awesomeness.
     
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    I just had to try it that once to make sure it did suck, I won't be going back