Gold Bar, Washington
A 14-foot-tall Bigfoot statue stands guard over this café and filming location.
A 14-foot-tall wooden replica of Henry.
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One of the filming locations of the 1987 comedy Harry and The Hendersons also happens to be the longest-running espresso stand along Highway 2. It’s hard to miss, given that a 14-foot-tall wooden Bigfoot statue from the movie stands watch over the place. Information about local folklore of the Pacific Northwest, not to mention paraphernalia related to the furry cryptid are available in the shop.
The coffee and pastries at this mother-and-daughter-run operation are great, but what really sells it is the view. Take your latte out to the back patio for a breathtaking view of the mountains.
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The espresso stand is open daily from 7am until early evening.
May 3, 2023
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