Saturday, July 24, 2010

Our Pilgrimage to Forks: The Grub Hut

Review by the Wonderful Kim...

When we first arrived in Seattle it was lunch time and we were starving.  We decided to get on the road and stop on the way out to Forks.  We really didn't want to stop at any old fast food joint. So we drove for a bit.  So with the help of our GPS and phones we found this cute little place, located in Kingston Washington, called The Grub Hut.  It's in a small building but it makes a big impression.  It's all decked out in Hawaiian garb. The bar area where we waited looked like a hut with straw and everything.  
The menu is a mix of burgers, cheese steaks and gyros. They offer veggie patties home made even for the the non meat eaters. They also offer the traditional munchies such as hummus plates, wings, fries and chips.  I ordered a cheeseburger. Jen ordered the Sun-Dried Tomato Goodness veggie burger. Shannon ordered a BLT on Pita Bread with fries of course. The burgers were great. If salad is your thing they have those too. But next time though I'm going to order one of their made to order milk shakes. They come in many flavors I'd love to try the peanut butter one!  They are reasonably priced so no worries that it will empty your  wallet. I must also mention the servers. I'm not sure if the man taking our orders was the owner but he sure was nice. No snotty attitudes and eye rolling to be had! So if you are near Kingston, stop by the Grub Hut and have a meal. You won't be disappointed!

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