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Great dining experience in a remote area

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Great dining experience in a remote area

Emilee | May 1, 2002 11:17 AM

My partner and I stayed at some friends condo in Union, Wa. on Hwy 106, on the southshore of Hood Canal. Who would have thought that we would find what we did! A great little sexy restaurant named Victoria's. Well it is the Victoria's secret of restaurants!!! Exceptional food at extrodinary prices and the atmosphere is amazing. It is in a vintage building with logs, riverrock, a fireplace (which is the coveted spot to sit) open beams etc. We could not believe our good fortune!We are definately going back and for all of you that are even going close to that area it would be a must for you to stop. Our fav was the mussels in lavender garlic broth with all of the home made focaccia bread you can eat to soak up the juices! Heavenly! Great wine and martini list.We had the full meal deal. We had martinis, Stag's leap petite syrah, appetizers, salads, entrees, dessert, cognac,& great coffee for $144.00 not including tax & tip.

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