Both Grayland and Tokeland are pretty quiet settlements. It makes for nice little getaways, but the drawback is there aren’t a whole lot of restaurant options.
Most days of the week you can nosh on the comestibles served up at Mutineer Restaurant (2120 Hwy. 105, Grayland, 360/267-2077, 8 a.m.–8 p.m. Thurs.–Mon.), which serves all three meals. If you stop by for lunch or dinner, be sure to try some clam chowder.
For those serious about their seafood, head to Nelson Crab, Inc. (3088 Kindred Ave., Tokeland, 360/267-2911, 9 a.m.–5 p.m. daily) for fresh-cooked crab and other seafood for picnics and cookouts.