Sumner is one of the best little towns in Washington State. The quaint town is full of impeccable eats all off the central strip of Main Street. No matter if you’re looking for a place that serves breakfast, lunch or dinner, you can treat your heart’s desire within the wide array of culinary prowess in the city of Sumner. Here, you will find restaurants that are among the best of Pierce County’s pizza, pasta, good ol’ American home cookin’ and much more.
Deciding where to go is the hardest part, so we have compiled a list of some of Sumner’s greatest spots to grab a bite to eat. Read on for your roadmap to some of the most noteworthy restaurants in Sumner.
Mmmm, pizza. Trackside’s pizza is amazing, made with fresh and exciting ingredients. Popular pies include The Puffin’ Billy with mozzarella cheese, pepperoni, mushrooms and garlic and The Grand Trunk express, which is piled with ham, pepperoni, Italian sausage, salami, bacon, black olives, green pepper, red onion, tomato, oregano and garlic. Trackside has many other menu items, including salads, sandwiches and super yummy appetizers. Visit the Sumner Trackside Pizza by going to 1114 Main Street in Sumner.
Dixie’s serves up good ol’ American food. From the biscuits and gravy to the burgers and sandwiches, you can’t go wrong with anything on the menu. One of best items on the menu is the Hangover Bowl. This meal can only be explained by the Dixie’s owners as “a layered masterpiece in a bowl that begins with a homemade biscuit.” The meal is remarkable and hits the spot – after you’ve had a night out or are just hankering for something filling and delicious. All the items of the menu are made with heaping portions and lots of love in a family friendly environment. Stop in to Dixie’s Home Cookin’ restaurant by visiting 15717 Main Street E in Sumner.
The Buttered Biscuit serves up the best of grandma’s homemade goodness. The large menu includes breakfast, lunch and dinner with favorites like cheesy shrimp and grits, spaghetti with fried chicken and the loaded bacon-bacon waffle. One can’t-miss menu item is the cornbread, served all day. The large portion is covered with a sugary crust and topped with a sweet cream cheese butter concoction. Try out the amazing options yourself by going to 1014 North Street in Sumner.
This authentic Mexican restaurant has an array of menu items that hit the spot. Customer favorites include the top sirloin carne asada, sizzling fajitas and unique eats like the shrimp salad. If you can save room for dessert, make sure to try the deep friend ice cream. Check out this great restaurant by going to 15422 East Main Street in Sumner.
This eatery has an elegant and upscale vibe. The crepes, tea and espresso are something special. For a savory meal, you can enjoy the lumberjack crepe, which features hash browns, sausage, cheddar cheese, local salsa and organic maple syrup. Or try the CBA with chicken, bacon, house-made artichoke sauce, shaved parmesan and arugula microgreens, or the classic caprese with mozzarella, tomatoes, basil and raspberry balsamic. For the sweet-toothed customer, Craft19 has many creations like the Nutella crepe and the All You Need is Love, which combines a red velvet crepe with dark chocolate spread and strawberries, topped with powdered sugar and strawberries that are dipped in white chocolate. Craft19 is located at 1201 Main Street in Sumner.
Sorci’s is a great spot for a sip of wine and fine Italian dining. The menu focuses on delicious options like crab manicotti, handmade soups and custom pasta creations with spaghetti, fettuccini, penne, angel hair or gluten free fusilli. Sauce options include brown butter, alfredo, arrabiata and others. Visit this Italian restaurant at 1012 Ryan Avenue in Sumner.
Main St. Dairy Freeze
Dairy Freeze serves up burgers, hotdogs, milkshakes and more. The decor is cyclist themed, pairing perfectly with the bike shop next door, Bonney Lake Bike Shop. The milkshake and ice cream menu is impressive with several flavors like classic chocolate and strawberry and special treats like cookie dough. Try the Double Deluxe burger with bacon and mushrooms. Dairy Freeze can be found by going to 1402 Main Street in Sumner.
This restaurant serves up Japanese favorites that are sure to satisfy. The Teriyaki House menu offers fantastic egg rolls, fried rice, and several dishes with your choice of meat – chicken, beef, shrimp, tofu and pork with rice or noodles. Stop into Teriyaki House by going to 1012 Wood Ave. in Sumner, just a slight detour of off iconic Main Street.