As Indian Valley Drive-In, Granny’s Café was established during the rich fishing and logging era of the Northwest. It has been owned by four families, each adding their own unique charm. The drive-in (and motel) was founded in the 1950’s by Earl and Alberta Tyndall. In the 1970’s, Marion Raef bought the restaurant, making excellent specials and treating her employees as family. Her brother Richard, and his partner Ed came to help, adding their own kitchen charm, and the nickname became official as Granny’s Café.