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Red Mill Totem House

Red Mill is not where to go to get a half-pound bison burger with gruyere on an artisan brioche bun with pomme frites. It’s where to go to get a diner-style charbroiled patty, a paper sack full of cornmeal-dusted rings in Seattle dive-bombed into a side of fry sauce, and a serious milkshake in flavors like s’mores or mint truffle. You’re not coming here for the ambience—you’re coming here to spread out at a picnic table while blissfully eating burgers. It's perfect for lunch after a hike, or after an afternoon at the locks.

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