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Dining and Nightlife

Adding a great water view to your meal always makes it taste bet­ter. And this café’s food is already good: order up gourmet burg­ers, sand­wich­es, soups, and while you look out at boats com­ing and going, unload­ing the day’s catch. There’s lim­it­ed indoor seat­ing, but you’ll want to sit out­doors any­way, din­ing on the rock­fish tacos and the rich, chunky seafood chow­der. You can also order your meal take-out and go find your own great view.

Orig­i­nal­ly built in 1956 as a bar at the end of a 5 mile grav­el road which served Glac­i­er Ice Mar­gar­i­tas. In 1964 a restau­rant and lodg­ing was added, but the lodg­ing por­tion was elim­i­nat­ed in 1980. The only place to eat in the val­ley, this fam­i­ly-run day lodge has a gift shop and serves cafe­te­ria-style food.

With amaz­ing burg­ers in a casu­al, rus­tic set­ting. They grill up large, juicy, fresh pat­ties and serve them with a heap of curly or tra­di­tion­al fries. You’ll also find great fish and chips, as well as salmon and hal­ibut burg­ers. Linger over your meal or just grab it to go.

If you’re look­ing or Asian food, this is the only option in town, set in a great loca­tion one block off the har­bor area. You’ll find sev­er­al dif­fer­ent types: the Chi­nese and Thai food can be hit or miss, but there’s con­sis­tent­ly good (if expen­sive) sushi.

Totem is where the locals get break­fast, so it’s a great place to hear their sto­ries before your day’s adven­ture. The food is noth­ing fan­cy — it’s stan­dard break­fast fare — but it’s fill­ing and hot. You’ll also find a full menu for lunch and din­ner, includ­ing local­ly-caught seafood.