Jessica’s guidebook

Jessica

Jessica’s guidebook

Food scene
Visit the brewery for a locally brewed beer in the afternoons. The owners, Jake and Patrick, are the best! You can either bring outside food or order from the food truck outside. Tell them I sent ya.
QUARTZITE BREWING COMPANY
105 W Main Ave
Visit the brewery for a locally brewed beer in the afternoons. The owners, Jake and Patrick, are the best! You can either bring outside food or order from the food truck outside. Tell them I sent ya.
Sporty's (as the locals call it) is great for classic food all day every day, but if you can catch it on a Friday or Saturday for the dinner specials, you don't want to miss it. Jesse, the owner, is an incredible chef and prepares some out-of-this-world dishes. The burgers are amazing too.
Sportsman Bar & Grill
205 E Main Ave
Sporty's (as the locals call it) is great for classic food all day every day, but if you can catch it on a Friday or Saturday for the dinner specials, you don't want to miss it. Jesse, the owner, is an incredible chef and prepares some out-of-this-world dishes. The burgers are amazing too.
A cute little coffee shop with scones, bagels, lunch items, etc.
Flowery Trail Coffeehouse
4 W Webster Ave
A cute little coffee shop with scones, bagels, lunch items, etc.
Classic Mexican food
El Ranchito
209 N Park St
Classic Mexican food
Aside from playing a round of golf, you can come to the golf course just to eat at the restaurant. They serve a delicious breakfast and have dinner specials through the weekends.
Rusty Putter Bar and Grill
2537 Sand Canyon Rd
Aside from playing a round of golf, you can come to the golf course just to eat at the restaurant. They serve a delicious breakfast and have dinner specials through the weekends.
Classic, all American breakfasts
Monica's Buttermilk Kitchen
404 E Main Ave
Classic, all American breakfasts
Laura serves up some of the most delicious sandwiches and interesting specials every Thursday-Saturday from her food truck at the Quartzite Brewery. Check her Facebook for specials and hours which can change.
Lola's good eats
115 West King Street
Laura serves up some of the most delicious sandwiches and interesting specials every Thursday-Saturday from her food truck at the Quartzite Brewery. Check her Facebook for specials and hours which can change.
Another local brewery and pizza joint on main street.
Fired Up Pizza
206 E Main Ave
Another local brewery and pizza joint on main street.
Your best bet for a late night drink or burger, the Oasis is your classic small town bar. When you crave a beer and a burger late at night, this is your place.
Oasis Tavern
109 N Park St
Your best bet for a late night drink or burger, the Oasis is your classic small town bar. When you crave a beer and a burger late at night, this is your place.
Entertainment
If casinos are your thing, the Chewelah Casino shall keep you entertained.
Chewelah Casino Mistequa Cafe
2555 Smith Rd
If casinos are your thing, the Chewelah Casino shall keep you entertained.
A truly stunning golf course, and right out your front door if you stay at our studio!
Chewelah Golf & Country Club
2537 Sand Canyon Rd
A truly stunning golf course, and right out your front door if you stay at our studio!
An awesome ski hill where locals and visitors alike can experience the great snow we get around Chewelah.
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locals recommend
49° North Mountain Resort
3311 Flowery Trail Road
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locals recommend
An awesome ski hill where locals and visitors alike can experience the great snow we get around Chewelah.
Sightseeing
Weather permitting, hiking the the top of the prominent Quartzite Mountain that can be seen from town is a fun hike. Drive towards the ski hill on Flowery Trail Road, then take a right on Mud Lake road. The road can be rutted and muddy for a few miles so make sure your vehicle is appropriate. The small trailhead sign can be seen on the right near a few parking spots. The hike up can be steep in parts, but is only 3 miles roundtrip. The view at the top of the valley and town of Chewelah is quite lovely.
Quartzite mountain trail head
2610-2642 Mud Lake Road
Weather permitting, hiking the the top of the prominent Quartzite Mountain that can be seen from town is a fun hike. Drive towards the ski hill on Flowery Trail Road, then take a right on Mud Lake road. The road can be rutted and muddy for a few miles so make sure your vehicle is appropriate. The small trailhead sign can be seen on the right near a few parking spots. The hike up can be steep in parts, but is only 3 miles roundtrip. The view at the top of the valley and town of Chewelah is quite lovely.
You can visit the resorts at Waitts Lake to go for a swim or take a paddle for a small fee. These are Waitts Lake Resort, Silver Beach, and Winona. There is also the public boat launch which requires a Discovery Pass.
Waitts Lake
You can visit the resorts at Waitts Lake to go for a swim or take a paddle for a small fee. These are Waitts Lake Resort, Silver Beach, and Winona. There is also the public boat launch which requires a Discovery Pass.