Dining at Mount Rainier



As implications from the Pandemic continue to have its rippling effects on the season causing us to make the decision to close the dining room at Paradise Inn for the remainder of the season. With the fluctuation of increased Covid cases and the new strains making it very difficult to ensure we operate safely and effectively for all parties and maintain the service standards we strive to uphold for our guests. We have our protocols in place, however with the variables of staffing changes, we are continuing to reevaluate ways to maintain a safe working environment and provide the best possible experience for our associates and all park visitors.  We understand your disappointment and would like to offer you a variety of alternate dining options in the area. 

Alternative in Park Dining: 

The Tatoosh Café  (located in the Paradise lobby)  will be open Monday and Tuesday from 7am-8pm and Wednesday- Sunday from 7-10AM & 4-8pm  for grab and go style meals.

The Camp Deli at Jackson Visitors Center, (located in the same parking lot as Paradise)  is open Wednesday – Sunday from 11am to 5pm for grab and go food, no hot food is currently available.

National Park Inn dining room (25 minute drive from Paradise) will be serving lunch and dinner  from the menu in a takeout style Tuesday- Sunday, closed on Mondays. There are tables and chairs on the patio as well as within the guest lounge that can be used for dining.  There are only grab and go options for breakfast.

Tuesday- Sunday Lunch: 12:30– 3:30pm

Dinner: 4pm to 8pm

The intrepid vacationer can explore more than the wilderness with Mount Rainier National Park’s exquisite dining options. The dining rooms of Paradise Inn and National Park Inn offer signature dishes with a variety of American favorites.

We also offer a variety of cafes in the park where you can sit and relax over a hearty meal and refreshing beverage or grab-and-go as you continue your adventurous exploration of Rainier.

Our expert culinary staff utilizes organic ingredients produced by sustainable agriculture when available. In the great Northwest, we have the magnificent mountains, Pacific coast, and America’s farms all around us. Gently blend with the best climate for growing and tending, and you have the magic recipe for great food.


Paradise Inn Dining

National Park Inn Dining

Sunrise Day Lodge Dining

Jackson Visitor Center Dining