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5 Places to Dine in Granite Falls

They've got your taste buds covered.

You can’t do anything without food -- and that’s especially true if you’re spending the day in the mountains. Fuel up before you go, or replenish your strength after a day on the Mountain Loop. Here are your best bets, a variety of cuisine options in Granite Falls for your dining pleasure. 

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The all-American diner -- The Buzz Inn Steakhouse

109 S Granite Ave

The Buzz Inn doesn’t mess around when it comes to classic American fare. They do steaks cheap and cooked to your liking, complete with a little pat of melting butter on top. French fries, fish and chips are great. But if you’d love to fuel up before your hike, get a big platter of hash and eggs and all the strong diner coffee that you need for your day in the mountains. 

Street-style tacos -- Marcos’ Taqueria

108 W Stanley St

This hidden treasure, tucked away in a former gas station, is what people talk about when they talk about street-style tacos. You’ll want to try their perfectly-toasted tortas for a delicious experience. They’re the perfectly-constructed kind where, when you bite into them, the extra avocado falls out. So good. 

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Spicy noodles and more -- Eat Thai

402 E Stanley St

The name says it all. Eat Thai food. It’s totally worth your while. From spicy curries to the garlicky delights, this spicy and warm cuisine will heat you up after a day of scrambling rocks on the slopes. Get the three-star dish for an extra kick. 

Cheesy delights -- Omega Pizza and Pasta

102 S Granite Ave

Is pizza your comfort food of choice? Do you ever daydream about taking a little nap on the perfect bed of mozzarella and crust? Then get your saucy self to Omega, right on the main intersection in town. You won’t be sorry. Fun fact: the mural on Omega was painted by a young Chris Pratt. Yes, the Chris Pratt. 

The farmstyle brunch -- Hanky Pies

106 S Cascade Ave #101

Farmhouse soup and handmade scones. Fresh-pressed panninis oozing comforting cheese and all the savory toppings. Hanky Pies is where the community gathers to get a warm breakfast or lunch and chit chat. Sit down for a cuppa joe and you’ll get the local scoop over a breakfast of quiche and a buttery, flaky scone. 

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