Best Places to Eat in Snoqualmie

Whether you’re a local, a tourist heading to see Snoqualmie Falls or hike the trails or enjoying a getaway at the romantic Salish Lodge and Spa, chances are you’d like to know the best places to eat in Snoqualmie.

We’ve got you covered. Snoqualmie offers everything from 5-star, fine dining to small neighborhood places where you’ll feel like a local.

So, if your stomach is growling and you don’t feel like cooking, here are some places you can sit down and relax or order takeout.

[Note: Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, restaurants are only open for takeout curbside pickup or delivery. As restaurants reopen when Washington enters phase 2 (June 1st at the earliest), restaurants will only operate at 50% capacity. Hence, we recommend calling ahead to ensure that business is open for dine-in and/or make reservations.]

Where to Eat in Snoqualmie

Aahaar Indian Eatery

Owned by Snoqualmie residents and opened in 2012, Aahaar draws people from all across the Eastside, with a reputation as one of the best Indian restaurants in the area. Serves lunch and dinner. For hours and menu visit: www.aahaaronline.com [7726 Center Blvd SE]

The Attic (Salish Lodge)

The casual restaurant at the iconic Salish Lodge. Comfortable space with stunning views of Snoqualmie Falls. Wood-fired pizzas, full bar with specialty cocktails. Local, fresh ingredients. Expect to wait for a table if it’s a nice day. Takeout available. Just pull into valet and they’ll bring your order right to your car. For hours, menu and online ordering visit www.salishlodge.com/attic [6501 Railroad Ave SE]

Black Dog Arts Cafe

Owned by a Snoqualmie resident who puts her heart and soul into the food and the atmosphere. Homemade bread and pastries, free-range eggs, vegan options, organic coffee, local beer and wine. Serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. Live music, theatre and more. Visit www.blackdogsnoqualmie.com for hours and menu. [8062 Railroad Ave. SE]

Brewed Awakening

Locally-owned, small drive-thru coffee stand that also offers a deep to-go food menu, like breakfast sandwiches, pastries, bagels, hot dogs and lunch sandwiches. Located near Mount Si High School on the eastern edge of downtown Snoqualmie. Online orders available. For hours and menu visit www.brewedawakeningcoffee.com. [9024 Railroad Ave SE]

Caadxi Oaxaca 

Opened in 2015, this Mexican restaurant has become a local and tourist favorite. Family-owned and operated. Offering authentic dishes of southern Mexico. Fresh ingredients. Big portions. Great margaritas. Can get busy on weekends. Relaxed atmosphere. Visit www.caadxioaxaca.com for hours and menu. [8030 Railroad Ave SE]

The Bindlestick

Started as a coffee house, this comfortable little place now serves lots of breakfast sandwiches and lunch items like paninis and salads. Locally-owned, friendly staff. Huge outdoor patio area. Beer, wine and live music. Great place to relax and hang out like a local. Visit The Bindlestick Facebook page for hours and more info. [8010 Railroad Ave SE]

Cafe Minee

Small spot in the heart of the historic downtown district. Breakfast and lunch, including breakfast and lunch sandwiches, wraps and burritos, soups, bowls, smoothies and coffee. Scratch made by local owners. Visit www.cafeminee.com for menu and hours. [8150 Railroad Ave]

Copperstone Family Spaghetti Restaurant

Popular Italian-inspired restaurant. Large, comfortable interior. Fresh ingredients. Big salads, hot sandwiches, pasta, pizza and more. Beer and wine. Takeout available. For hours and menu visit www.copperstonepasta.com [8072 Railroad Ave]

Dark Horse Brew

Popular small, drive-thru coffee shop on the western edge of downtown area. Extensive coffee menu, as well as breakfast burritos, sandwiches and other daily specials. Visit www.darkhorsebrew.coffee for menu and hours. One of two Eastside locations. [7936 Railroad Ave SE]

Finaghty’s Irish Pub

Owned by Snoqualmie residents, the neighborhood pub has lots of beer on tap as well as a good pub menu. Known by locals as a comfortable place to eat with the family, they also have a great happy hour, live music and become a 21+ pub after 9PM. Serves lunch and dinner. For hours and menu visit: www.finaghtysirishpub.com [7726 Center Blvd SE]

Frankie’s Pizza

Locally owned, popular takeout/delivery pizza joint. Open for lunch and dinner. Walk-in slices available. Visit www.frankies-pizza.com for hours and menu. [7726 Center Blvd]

Francesco’s Ristorante Italiano

Authentic Italian food made by an Italian chef. Offers a variety of pastas, meat dishes, salads, daily chef specials and an extensive Italian wine list. The large patio is popular with locals during the warm summer months. Serves lunch and dinner. Visit www.francesocosristoranteitaliano.com for menu and hours. [7708 Center Blvd SE]

Gianfranco Italiano

Classic, authentic and popular southern Italian restaurant. Small, vibrant space that transports you. Friendly owners and staff. Pizza, pasta, classic meat and fish dishes, salads and great wine list. Reservations highly recommended. Open for dinner daily. For hours and menus visit www.gianfrancosnoqualmie.com [8150 Railroad Ave SE]

Got Rice

Popular, casual Chinese restaurant. Inexpensive. Loved by locals. Big portions. Serves lunch and dinner. Located just east of downtown historic area. For menu and hours visit www.gotrice.com [8406 Railroad Ave. SE]

Happy at the Bay

Popular teriyaki restaurant. A little bit hidden location, but worth the effort. A neighborhood favorite with super friendly owners, a big menu and reasonable prices. For hours and menu visit their Facebook page.
[7328 Better Way Loop SE]

Herfy’s

Popular spot for the high school kids and other locals. Classic burgers in small location on the eastern edge of downtown. Friendly owners. Good bang for the buck with portions. Open for lunch and dinner. [9075 Railroad Ave SE]. Visit their Yelp page for hours.

Himitsu

This teriyaki place was the very first restaurant on Snoqualmie Ridge and is still delivering teriyaki at an affordable price. Serves lunch and dinner. [7903 Center Boulevard SE]

Infusion Bar and Grill

The owners Debbie and Billie bring decades of experience from the food, casino and hospitality industry and “infuse” their passion for great food, atmosphere and entertainment. They offer a deep menu, specialty cocktails, great wine list and lots of live music – and breakfast on weekends. For hours and menu visit www.infusionbarandgrill.com [7727 Center Blvd SE]

Lorenzo’s Pizza and More

This locally owned, small pizza joint got an overhaul a couple of years ago. Changes included a new name, an expanded menu, along with daily specials, and an interior freshening. Pizza, calzones, burgers, beer on tap, wine and more. Good happy hour. For hours and menu visit: www.lorenzospizzasnoqualmie.com [7729 Center Blvd SE]

MOD Pizza

Local chain pizza restaurant offering fast, custom made pizzas in a wood-fired over. Popular with locals. Seating area can get busy during peak lunch and dinner hours. Online orders available. Visit modpizza.com/locations/snoqualmie-ridge for menu and hours. [34817 Snoqualmie Pkwy]

Mount Si Golf Course

The course’s restaurant is known for having the best breakfast in town. Good portions. Full breakfast and lunch/dinner with great views. Open to the public sun up until sun down. For menu and hours visit www.mtsigolf.com [9010 Boalch AVE SE]

No Boat Brewing

This popular brewery doesn’t have its own kitchen, but each day a different food truck pulls into the parking lot to serve up patrons. They have one of the best outdoor patios on the Snoqualmie Valley. Friendly staff and great atmosphere. For info on food trucks and new craft beer releases visit the No Boat Facebook page. [35214 SE Center Street]

Ridge Cupbop and Ramen

Fresh and nutritious Asian Fusion Food. Korean-style lunches with fresh vegetables, cooked meats, rice and spicy sauce – bibimbap. Ramen and Korean fried chicken. Small casual space. Friendly owners. For more info visit their Facebook page. [7823 Center Blvd SE]

Rio Bravito

The sister restaurant of popular Rio Bravo in North Bend. Small, comfortable space. Friendly, local owners. Fresh Mexican food. Breakfast and vegetarian options. Large portions. Beer, wine and cocktails. Visit Rio Bravito website for menu, hours, online ordering. [7802 Center Blvd]

Salish Lodge Dining Room

Locally inspired fine dining inside the iconic Salish Lodge and Spa. Pacific Northwest cuisine using fresh, ingredients sourced from local farms. Reservations recommended. Views of Snoqualmie Falls. Visit www.salishlodge.com/dining for menu, hours and reservations.

Sigillo Cellars

There’s more than wine tasting at this popular spot. Historic building that used to be a movie theater back in the day. Large, comfortable space with ample seating. Big outdoor deck – popular during the summer months. Menu includes cheese plates, sandwiches and salads. Live music on weekend. Wine tastings, full glasses, bottled beer. Bottled wine sales as well. Visit www.sigillocellars.com for hours and menu. [8086 Falls Ave SE]

Sno Thai Restaurant

One of two popular Thai spots. Offers fresh ingredients in a warm, comfortable atmosphere. Large portions for an affordable price is their motto. Open for lunch and dinner. Visit www.snothaiwa.com for menu and hours. [7713 Center Blvd SE]

Snoqualmie Falls Brewery

Founded by 5 local guys in 1997. Large, popular downtown restaurant and brewery. Good pub menu like burgers, sandwiches, pizzas and extensive tap beer list. Big outdoor beer garden opened recently and has become very popular during warmer months. Can get busy on nice weekends. Good spot for locals and tourists. For hours and menu visit https://www.fallsbrew.com/ [8032 Falls Ave SE]

Snoqualmie Falls Candy Shoppe

Don’t let the name fool you. This iconic, old fashioned candy and ice cream shop is also a cafe. Friendly, local owner. Can get busy on summer weekends. Outdoor sidewalk patio area open when the weather is good. For hours and more info visit www.snofallcandyshoppe.com [8102 Railroad Ave SE]

Thai Eatery

Opened in 2015, this local Thai restaurant has become quite popular. Almost hidden near a gas station, they offer healthy, family-friendly authentic food. Made fresh to order. Are you brave enough to try the level 5 spice? Serves lunch and dinner. Visit the Thai Eatery Facebook page for hours. [8020 Douglas Ave]

The Woodman Lodge

Take a walk back in time while eating at one of the Eastside’s top steak houses. Great, laid back environment. Locally sourced ingredients. Historic 1902 building was lovingly restored in 2008, complete with authentically restored player piano and wood-fired stove. Burgers, salads, sandwiches, steaks, full saloon bar. Visit www.woodmanlodge.com for hours and menu. [38601 SE King Street]

Vista Prime Steaks and Seafood

Located inside the Snoqualmie Casino. Children allowed. Northwest-inspired menu offering amazing views of the Snoqualmie Valley. Local ingredients. 100 wines. Regional favorites and classic steakhouse fare served with a modern twist. For menu and hours. visit www.snocasino.com/dining/vista.

12 Moons

Located inside the Snoqualmie Casino. Sushi to Szechuan – Asian cuisine with a Northwest flair. Freshly roasted duck in a custom duck oven, wok-fired specialties, 13-seat sushi bar serving up the fresh cuts of the day. Children are welcome in restaurant. Serves lunch and dinner. Daily happy hours. For menu and hours visit www.snocasino.com/dining/12-moons-asian-bistro

Downtown Snoqualmie. Photo by: SnoValley Chamber of Commerce

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