About Stonehouse Cafe
In the 1920’s Collier Service Station was a staple in the Rainier Valley area. When the business closed in the mid 60’s there was a void left in the area, because it served a purpose in its community. Its unique stone structure made this location an iconic symbol in the area after closing up shop for over 50 years.
The Stone House Café (opened in 2015) preserved the original structure and shines new light on this well recognized destination. The family owned business adds flavor to its diverse community and offers home-style cooking to bring back the nostalgic feelings of the past.
“Bites, Drinks, Friends, and A Dash Of History, are The Ingredients You’ll Find At The Stone House Café’!”
From the Press
“Perched directly across from Lake Washington, Rainier Beach’s Stone House is a fantastic stop for a drink or a treat with one of the best views in the city.”
- Eater Seattle
"Charming tudor-style house of stacked stones is just across Rainier Avenue from the water, an easy low-key spot for breakfast and baked goods and classic sandwiches."
- Seattle Met
“We hosted our anniversary party at The Stone House Café and all I can say is ….EXCELLENT! The Staff was super couteous and very attentive for our every need. The food was really tasty and fresh. I recommend The Stone House Café to anyone looking for a space to host an event!"
- Marge Gallans, Yelp Seattle
"We had a late lunch that after looking at the menu, became our brunch instead. I was there for a business lunch, and the service was fantastic and all three of us at the table talked about how great the service was along with the food. We all love the ambience of the place too, nice and very artistic."
-Ronald Gonzales, Trip Advisor