The last in our little series highlighting local landmarks, today we are sharing Elise King’s favorite- Cedars in downtown Ferndale. According to the Cedars website, the restaurant has been around since 1909. This spot is a hometown favorite featuring all the comforts diner food offers with friendly staff who treat every customer like a “regular.”
To see menus, hours and more information: https://www.cedarsferndale.com/
Who visited Cedars over the three-day weekend?
This little feature is inspired by Maralise Fegan who told us that the Hovander Fragrance Garden was her favorite Ferndale landmark.
We visited on a beautiful day, climbed the Tennant Lake Tower and were treated to the most spectacular view.
If you visit – stop and smell the roses (and all of the other magnificent flowers).
The Fragrance Garden is the perfect spot to slow down and wander!
A structure lovingly referred to as the “Big Red Barn,” was built in 1911 and still stands today. Beautiful and full of history. When I looked up into the wooden eaves I couldn’t help but think that this building is every bit as magnificent as the churches that grace towns throughout our country.
As we meet our neighbors, we’ll also visit their favorite landmarks whenever possible. The visit to the “Big Red Barn,” was inspired by Anya Milton who said it is her favorite landmark in Ferndale. Thanks, Anya!