Without a doubt, this woodsy country inn near Mt. Rainier National Park's Nisqually Entrance serves the best food in the area. Ceiling fans and wooden booths lining the walls add a touch of whimsy to the 1912 building. Try the steak, or trout that's freshly caught from the pond on the grounds. The homemade bread is fantastic, and the blackberry pie is a must for dessert. Dine inside or outside on a patio overlooking a waterfall. Box lunches for adventurers are available.