We had took a quick gander at the menu of the restaurant housed in the old vintage train cars on our way up to Paradise to survey it as a potential late lunch option for later. With lovely wife satisfied that they had an adequate line up of vegetarian options, we arrived back there with a good appetite after checking out Mt Rainier. The Polar Express train was just pulling out of the station, so we hit it at a good time with hardly anyone there. Housed in old 1950's era Pullman passenger cars, the restaurant is a little something different and a neat place to eat, with windows looking out over the train tracks and hills beyond. They had a surprisingly diverse menu, and friendly service. We ordered up some burgers (veggie for lovely wife, bleu cheese burger for moi) and a couple of Rogue Hazelnut Brown Nectars, one of our favorite brews that hails from just down the road in Ashland, Oregon. A nice way to wrap up the day, and enjoy the fleeting daylight in the picturesque little town of Elbe, Washington.