- Posted December 8, 2012 by
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Seasons and Regions
It's the best of the Northwest.
My favorite dish is the Farmer's Breakfast. It comes with potatoes and other vegetables, and two poached eggs that I have mistaken for dollops of sour cream. If you feel adventurous, I also suggest trying the Tillamook Scramble which includes Pacific seafood and veggies. For breakfast, you usually get a raspberry scone before the main dishes. The scone might be the best part about the meal, it's one of those, "If I could only eat one thing for the rest of my life foods."
They also have a happy hour and a cheap food menu which is great for late night eating. If you want to take food home, they also have a to-go option and you can buy soup to heat up and eat up later.
You should go check it out. At the very least, get your hands on one of those scones.
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