Upcoming events at The Simple Goodness Sisters Soda Shop in Wilkeson, Washington:


Thursdays: Playdate at the Soda Shop, 12-3:00 pm- toddler toys + parents meet up + $1.50 ice cream cones

Fridays Happier Hour- 3-5:00 pm, $1 off cocktails, $3 single scoop ice creams

 (currently paused and restarting in June): Open Mic Thursdays: performers of for all ages can sign up beginning at 5:30 pm, with performances from 6:00-8:00 pm




    • 4/5 - TRIVIA! 6pm - 8pm, All ages, Free to play
    • 4/13 - LIVE MUSIC: Maddie Walker, 5:30 - 7:30pm All ages/No Cover
    • 4/19 - TRIVIA! 6pm - 8pm, All ages, Free to play
    • 4/21 - CLASS: Crafting the Perfect Mocktail Tickets and More Information
    • 4/27 - LIVE MUSIC: Tyler McGinnis, 5:30 - 7:30pm All ages/No Cover



      Looking for the perfect spot for your next party?
      The Soda Shop can be reserved for your private event with a venue buy out, including your own private bar and bartender, your choice of music, the Soda Shop food menu or an outside food vendor (we can even accommodate food trucks!), the ability to bring in decorations and a customizable craft cocktail menu.

      We now have two spaces available!

      The Soda Shop can accommodate 60 seated guests indoors, and up to 100 seated guests between our outdoor patio and indoor seating and features outdoor games and a stage for performances.

      There is also a private rental room available for groups of 25 people.

      More details on hosting your event at the Soda Shop

      Inquire about our rental for events at

      Reservations (non-private) are also accepted for up to 12 guests. Please email to reserve your table.



      This is one of the most common questions we’ve received and we’re so thrilled to introduce you to Wilkeson, a little town of roughly 450 people. Located at the base of Mount Rainier National Park's Carbon River entrance, you can access scenic parks, hiking, the ghost towns of nearby Fairfax and Melmont, off-roading at Evans Creek, Alpine lakes, and of course, delicious little places to eat. Check out our blogs below, as well as this article from Travel Tacoma, or the Historic Wilkeson Waking Tour & Vicinity Map for specific ideas.

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