Gold Bar is surrounded by breathtaking vistas, crystal clear lakes and countless evergreen trees. As peak snow season approaches, many in the Pacific Northwest will be headed through this small town toward the mountains. Before hitting the mountain, pick up your pot at Gold Bar Marijuana before you hit one of the best places to grub in Gold Bar.
Most every dish at this Cafe is made-to-order, and you can taste the difference! Located just five miles away from Wallace Falls Lodge, this quirky eatery has the most diversified menu in the surrounding area.
After smoking a strong indica strain like 9 Pound Hammer by Green Freedom Farms, even the most diet-conscious cannabis consumer gets a raging case of the munchies. If you’re ever that hungry, Wallace Falls supplies a whirlwind of stoner snacks; start with the fried pot stickers, then move in on a Texas Burger with bacon, fried onions and barbeque sauce. End the meal with a slice of pie because you’re an adult and can do whatever you want.
Watch out! This Mexican restaurant is the hottest thing to hit Gold Bar. La Hacienda’s first location was opened in Everett, Washington almost thirty years ago. They pull out all the authentic stops – tostadas, enchiladas, tacos and more! The Carne Asada is highly recommended.
Mexican food not your thing? Don’t worry, like most other Mexican restaurants in Washington State, they’ve got cheeseburgers too. If you’re feeling really experimental, try the Mango Cheesecake to end your night. We’d pair this meal with a Mango cannabis oil cartridge by Phat Panda for its tropical flavors and uplifting effects!
Gold Bar is renowned for the many trails that run in and around the old town. Lake Isabel Trail is around eight miles out and back, dog friendly and features many elements of wildlife as well as old growth forest. Try the Awake spray tincture by Ethos Innovates from Gold Bar Marijuana before hitting the road at sunrise for early-morning sightseeing around Lake Isabel. Afterwards, stop by the Mountain View Diner to replenish and restore.
Known for their classic American breakfast options, Mountain View has something for everyone in your trail troupe. Local favorites include the Stuff Yer Belly Omelette (a true American-French fusion), pastries like the butterhorns and the Mountain Hash.
Picture ending the longest backpacking trip of your life along the Pacific Crest Trail (no, you aren’t Reese Witherspoon in Wild) and the only thing between you and your bed is a long stretch of highway. The only thing anyone’s bound to roll out of the car for is fast and convenient food, and it doesn’t get more convenient than drive in dining. At Zeke’s Drive In, customer’s are the top priority. Corn dog, pizza pocket or good ole fish and fries – it’s all getting served with a smile.
This fun food joint caters to those compelled to Gold Bar by its rich historic value. Prospector’s is filled with vintage decor, a stone fireplace and richly hued wood furniture. Menu offerings include traditional dive bar eats like the Prime Rib Dip and the gigantic Monster Burger served on an in-house made sesame bun. Come in after a long autumn hike to warm up by the fire and sip on a stiff drink.