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Coisas para fazer em Eatonville

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Grocery or Supermarket
“This family owned grocery store is our local go-to for those groceries we don't buy in bulk at Costco. Meats are good and we appreciate the prices of the produce, even though some of it may be on the more "imperfect" side. ”
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Cinema
“6 miles away, Small Town Movie Theater. Check Website eatonvilleroxy.com to see what they are playing (only one movie played at this theater, but if it is what you are looking for the price is right;-) Cash Pay: Adults 12-61 $8.00 Children 1-11 $6.00 Matinee all seats $5.00 If paying by card..they add $1”
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Comida
“Quality butcher. The flat-iron and carne asada is pretty good along with thick-cut pork chops. ”
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Padaria
“Great little bakery 5.7 miles away. A great stop on your way up to Mt. Rainier. Delicious breakfast and lunch options! ”
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Restaurante Americano
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Café
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“This place has great coffee! Recommend stopping here on your way through Eatonville on your way to Mt. Rainier”
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Restaurante
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Parque
“Start at this trailhead and follow the signs to three amazing waterfalls off of the Little Mashel River. ~5.5 miles round-trip. Easy-moderate hike. The falls are gorgeous and bald eagle sightings are almost guaranteed!”
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Locality
“Eatonville is a small, friendly town that you drive right through on your way to Mt. Rainier. It may be worth a stop. It has some small stores that can be kind of unique to take a peak in. Don't plan on needing too much time there, you could get through it all pretty quickly. The bakery (yellow building on the right hand side as you enter town) is worth a stop for some goodies. If you don't grab coffee there, the coffee stand on your left a little further down has some nummy options. There is a small grocery store if u have forgotten anything on your way up to the mountain- not a large selection- but if your desperate it's worth stopping. FYI- watch your SPEED through this town! ”
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