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Salmon House at Lake Quinault: Keeping Diners Happy for Over 40 Years

2017-12-08 10:12:33
Reprinted from  [caption id="" align="alignleft" width="431"]salmon house restaurant Hoquiam resident, Chris Lowder, is ready for dinner at the Salmon House Restaurant.[/caption]
By Kristine Lowder Perched on the south shore of Lake Quinault, The Salmon House is not particularly well known outside the immediate vicinity. And that’s a shame. Because this family-owned and operated restaurant has been keeping people happy for nearly a half century.
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Check out the lovely view of Lake Quinault from The Salmon House.
Originally built in 1966, the Salmon House is owned and operated by the Morrison brothers – Dave, Don, and Joseph. Morrison family involvement in the lake-hugging restaurant began in 1970, when Dave’s parents bought the restaurant, then-called the “Rain Forest Café.” The snug building was remodeled in 1976 to include a lower dining section offering panoramic views of Lake Quinault. A back section with a roaring fireplace was added in 1983. Dave and his brothers did most of the remodel themselves. The brothers bought the restaurant from their parents in 1980 and changed the name to The Salmon House a few years later to reflect the specialty of the house. Not surprisingly, salmon is the single biggest seller on the menu. Several options are available. The secret is buying it fresh. “We buy salmon mostly from Cisco,” explains Morrison in a phone interview. “We try to keep it fresh, usually caught within a couple days.”
  Read the rest of this article at: http://www.graysharbortalk.com/2015/03/01/salmon-house-lake-quinault/

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