Black Forest Steakhouse


203 West Main St.
Everson , WA 98247
(360) 966-2855


Mon-Sat 5:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Sun 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM


I admit I had some trepidation about driving to Everson to go to a German food and steakhouse restaurant. I pictured a menu with nothing but sausages with unfamiliar names and schnitzel. Still unclear on the definition of schnitzel, I began to panic. That is, until I stepped inside.

The chef could be seen behind glass in the kitchen grilling steaks while diners talked over thick lace tablecloths and candlelit meals. There was a great smell coming from the grill. Bookshelves lined the walls and the front dining room was dark and cozy like a Bavarian cottage. Definitely a special occasion restaurant, it was nothing like what I had imagined. The menu features many different types of steaks, but there is also chicken, lobster and other items to choose from. Each entree comes with choice of Caesar salad, lentil soup or goulash. Garlic bread comes with the meal and also a flavorful potato dish. The garlic bread was toasted perfectly and I felt no shame in demanding more than my share. The waiter was very accommodating, even about the gluttonous bread requests, and I felt like chancellery.

Definitions of steak preparation--from rare to well-done--are provided below the list of steak options. If you make the unfortunate decision to order a steak well-done you are officially warned that it will be "sadly overcooked, all the goodness and juiciness destroyed, dried out, and 22% of the steak lost in shrinkage and not recommended." The entrees were fabulous and there was enough salad and bread to fill up on before the meal even came. Because the portions are so generous, there is no doubt you will leave with leftovers. For dessert, try the Black Forest Torte and coffee. After dinner you may find yourself chanting German pub songs and will never fear the word schnitzel (a "breaded pork cutlet") ever again.
Written By: Diana Wurn
On: 3/7/2001


From the I-5 Sunset exit, take Highway 542 out of town and turn left to Everson-Goshen Road. Go left on East Pole Road, then Right on Kale, which becomes Everson Avenue, which becomes Main Street. The restaurant is on Main.


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