Longview, WA 98632
A full service modern diner, with emphasis on efforts on offering quality, fresh and house made unique foods. Serving breakfast/lunch/dinner and offering a full service bar with 12 taps.
Monday through Friday
Open 6:00 am to 10 pm
Saturday & Sunday
Open 8:00 am to 11:45 pm
Castle Rock, WA 98611
There’s a BURGER KING® restaurant near you at 1209 Mount Saint Helens Way. Visit us or call for more information. Every day, more than 11 million guests visit over 13,000 BURGER KING® restaurants near them in 97 countries around the world. And they do so because our fast food restaurants are known for serving high-quality, great-tasting and affordable food. The BURGER KING® restaurant in Castle Rock, WA serves burgers, breakfast, lunch and dinner prepared your way. The original HOME OF THE WHOPPER®, our commitment to quality ingredients, signature recipes, iconic sandwiches like the flame-grilled WHOPPER® Sandwich and fast, family-friendly dining experiences in a welcoming environment is what has defined our brand for more than 50 successful years.
Castle Rock, WA 98611
Our walk-up pizza spot doesn’t have dine-in seating. We don’t have video games or a bar. We just do one thing and we do it well. We make great pizza.
If you like pizza, give us a call or stop by. We think you’ll be impressed.
Castle Rock, WA 98611
From their humble beginning in 1974 – With hard work & determination, the Peterson Family developed the recipe that is known today as Papa Pete’s Pizza®.
From the early days, Pete & Joann were committed to the integrity of their recipe. Their proprietary dough & pizza sauce are still made on site, from scratch daily.
Remaining true to the product, their children continue to use only the finest meats, vegetables &100% real cheese blend. Your satisfaction with our product is still guaranteed just like in the beginning. We continue to expand to new markets, bringing the unique taste of Papa Pete’s Pizza® to your family…. Because your family deserves the best.
Kalama, WA 98625
C’mon by to experience the tropical-inspired oasis along the Columbia River.
Welcome to the latest McMenamins property, Kalama Harbor Lodge, nestled between Kalama’s landmark totem poles and the marina at the Port of Kalama. Inspired by the Hawaiian heritage of John Kalama, the property is reminiscent of the Pioneer Inn in Lahaina, Maui, Hawaii. Whether in the Cloud Bar atop the building, with a birds-eye view and the signature Three Rocks Rum Daiquiri, or enjoying free live music in the Lounge before wandering out to a firepit alongside the river, you’re sure to feel the relaxation of an island vibe while taking in the beauty of the Pacific Northwest.
Stay the night in one of the 40 guestrooms with private bathrooms and individual lanais, most of which have a river view and welcome pets. Take a moment to read the posted historical accounts of each room, such as the Doty Fish Co. story in Room 208, or The Cowlitz Tribe in Room 206.
The Pub and Harbor Lounge – which houses the glassed-in Holoholo Room — also allows for expansive fair-weather dining with a wrap-around outdoor patio. Enjoy free live music in the Harbor Lounge on select weeknights as you dine on Cedar Plank Salmon or the Expedition Elk Burger. Watch our brewers through the large front window as they craft the Pau Hana Gold Ale and more in the seven-barrel brewery, just inside the main door. Step inside Harbor Lodge Market to find McMenamins gear and handcrafted beverages, including growler fills, espresso, and bottles to-go.
Follow the path paralleling the river to discover Ahles Point Cabin, and warm up next to a fireplace inside or out, enjoying a handcrafted ale while watching boats come and go.
Historical significance and artifacts abound throughout, such as the serpent carving from a Chinook artist, and watch for masks peering at you, along with other artifacts from the Northwest and many tropical islands. Look even further for two secret rooms….
Consider Kalama for your next meeting and event, or upcoming wedding. Our Old 97 Private Events room(s) are for up to 120 people (standing). For more information and to inquire about booking private events, please visit our events website.
Similar architecture can be found today in Kalama in an 1870s structure that was the Northern Pacific Railway’s hospital. John Kalama — originally of Kula, Maui — lived in the area as an employee of the Hudson’s Bay Company. The Kalama River and the city both bear his name. Descendants of John Kalama are members of the Nisqually and Warm Springs Tribes.