We ate supper tonight at the Samoa Cookhouse. It is the same building that has served breakfast, lunch and dinner since 1894. It started as a cookhouse for the lumberjacks and sawmill workers and was converted to a restaurant in the 1960's. They have no menus, you eat whatever they cook (just like the lumberjacks) and you eat as much as you want (just like the lumberjacks). They serve the food in bowls and platters for the family to share(lumber camp style). Tonight the main courses were Roast Beef and Fried Chicken. They also serve you salad, potato, corn and bread pudding for dessert. It was a very neat dining experience.
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5 years ago