Washington’s Best Blackberry Pie Quick Road Trip From Tri-Cities
Washington's best blackberry pie is just a quick road trip from the Tri-Cities.
Who Serves Up Washington's Best Piece Of Blackberry Pie?
Plan a road trip to sample Washington's best slice of blackberry pie and discover Washington's oldest continuously operating restaurant in the state.
Do You Know Where Washington's Oldest Restaurant Is Located?
The pie is amazing and the reviews are raving about a little hidden gem of a restaurant tucked in near Mt. Rainier.
If you already know about Copper Creek Restaurant in Ashford Washington, then you already know about the food and pie.
If you don't, let's break it down for you and tell you why you should plan a road trip to sample an amazing piece of the pie.
What's The Highest Rated Restaurant In Ashford, Washington?
Pie will be the highlight but the food overall is highly rated by Trip Advisor.
What makes Cooper Creek Restaurant special is that it's Washington's oldest continually operating restaurant having opened in the 1920s and hasn't stopped or closed since opening its doors.
You can also stay at the lodge and visit the gift shop and enjoy being tucked right under the beauty of Mt. Rainier.
I was looking at the menu and spied the secret of their great-tasting blackberry pie:
In 1954, Jennie Zuelich began her world-famous blackberry pie. Jennie has made more than 164,000 pies. The pies feature all hand-rolled crusts. The secret is blackberries, sugar, and love according to the menu.
You'll find the Cooper Creek restaurant in Ashford Washington, located west of the main entrance into Mt. Rainier.
If you are planning a road trip, add the Cooper Creek restaurant to your travel plan.