232 E Main St, Dayton, WA 99328


46.320075364007, -117.97983884036










7:00 am – 3:00 pm


7:00 am – 3:00 pm


7:00 am – 3:00 pm

Price Range




Annie’s Attic & Cafe

Traditional American Cafe in Dayton, WA


11 reviews for “Annie’s Attic

  1. Toni Winkler

    I just got done eating one of the best breakfast 🥚🥓 sandwiches ever!!! I don’t think I will ever eat another one from somewhere else!! I got the hangover breakfast and it was amazing!!! The red eye was so tasty. 🔥 if you haven’t tried one, you are missing out!!!! 🤤❤️‍🔥

  2. Olivia Springer

    Wonderful food, fast service and very friendly staff. The restaurant is also decorated tastefully. Highly recommend.

  3. Nick George (Izzmo)

    Quaint little place on Dayton Main st. Delicious breakfast options that change weekly. Also has some antiques you can buy.

  4. George Jameson

    Wonderful little place. Lots of old stuff to look at even the restrooms have an antique vibe. Limited items on the menu but very good food. Everything is prepared fresh and the menu changes weekly. Be sure and try the deserts, they are excellent. I had the clam chowder which was Boston Style and well balanced while my wife had the chili verde and rice which had an excellent flavor. Great food, we will go back

  5. William Emmons

    Rustic fellinf,awesome food and friendly staff. You will be impressed. Thanks Tony and family.

  6. D.L. Potts

    I enjoyed the food and the ambiance; I wish I had chosen it for lunch, because the menu looked excellent. I love all day breakfast menus, which give vegetarians more options.

  7. Shaun H

    I love a good small-town diner. There were a few choices while passing through, but only Annie’s had 5 stars. I was more than happy with the food and hospitality.

    The BLT was made with fresh house-made sourdough, lots of smoked bacon and was fantastic. The tomato basil soup was also great (although I prefer Tomato Bisque with BLTs and Grilled Cheese). The family owners were great and asked how everything was.

    Although full, I had to try the Deep Dish Apple Pie – which was also perfect. Great job all around.

    Be sure to visit them while visiting Dayton, WA.

  8. A Q

    Nice antiques to look at. Very friendly staff. Good breakfast

  9. BEE S.

    Amazing food! I got the bulldog skillet and it was nice and hot. Very delicious gravy and eggs and hashbrowns!

  10. Nathan Sikes

    Annie’s is the best breakfast west of the Mississippi! We came for both days of our trip. Dayton is a wonderful little downtown and this hidden gem is absolutely worth the trip. Stay at the Winehard historic hotel, easy parking and electric charging. Jacobs public house has an inviting roof deck.

    I ate the chicken fried steak, biscuit’s and gravy. Best I have ever had and I am an aficionado! Simple, but cooked to perfection. Make a trip to Dayton you will love it!

  11. Thaddeus Sikes

    If you’re looking for a cozy and delightful breakfast experience in Dayton, then Annie’s is the place to be. Nestled in the heart of the city, this charming restaurant specializes in serving all-day breakfast foods that are sure to satisfy your cravings. I recently had the pleasure of visiting Annie’s, and it truly left a lasting impression.

    Upon entering Annie’s, I immediately felt a warm and welcoming atmosphere. The friendly staff greeted me with smiles and promptly seated me. The menu at Annie’s is a breakfast lover’s dream, offering a wide variety of hearty dishes that cater to every taste and preference. Whether you’re a fan of classic breakfast fare or looking to try something new, Annie’s has you covered.

    I opted for their famous biscuits and gravy, and I must say, it was an absolute delight. The biscuits were light, fluffy, and baked to perfection, while the gravy was rich, flavorful, and had just the right amount of seasoning. Every bite was a burst of comfort and satisfaction, leaving me craving for more. It was evident that the chefs at Annie’s put great care and attention into their dishes.

    One of the highlights of Annie’s is their daily selection of homemade pies. From traditional fruit pies to decadent cream pies, they offer a tempting array of flavors that are sure to please any dessert lover. I couldn’t resist trying a slice, and it was simply heavenly. The crust was flaky, the fillings were fresh and luscious, and each pie was a testament to the skill and dedication of the pastry chefs.

    Another aspect that sets Annie’s apart is their commitment to offering a variety of daily soups. Whether you’re in the mood for a comforting chicken noodle soup or a hearty vegetable soup, you’ll find something to warm your soul. The soups are made from scratch using fresh ingredients, and the flavors are robust and satisfying. It’s evident that Annie’s takes pride in providing their customers with wholesome and delicious options.

    To complement your meal, Annie’s offers an impressive selection of homemade, frozen jams. These jams are bursting with natural flavors and are the perfect accompaniment to their freshly baked bread and biscuits. I couldn’t resist taking a jar home with me to enjoy later.

    In conclusion, Annie’s restaurant deserves the highest of marks for their exceptional breakfast offerings and inviting ambiance. From the moment you step through the door, you’ll be greeted with friendly faces and treated to a culinary experience like no other. The biscuits and gravy were excellent, the pies were divine, and the daily soups were comforting. Add to that the delightful assortment of homemade, frozen jams, and you have a dining experience that will leave you craving more. I highly recommend paying a visit to Annie’s – you won’t be disappointed.

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