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Miner's Drive-In

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This Yakima icon (actually located in Union Gap) is a must-visit for many travelers coming to or through Yakima. It's an authentic 1940s...

Red Horse Diner

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  • American

Step back in time to a 1930s-era service station. Now, however, the service includes specialty sandwiches, shakes, and more. While you...

Rooster's Diner

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  • American

Soda jerks at the Yakima Valley Museum's café make shakes and sundaes plus soups, hot dogs, and sandwiches while a period Wurlitzer...

Second Street Grill

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  • American

This hub for Yakima's rejuvinated nightlife is located in the heart of downtown. Century-old bare brick walls hung with huge black-and-white...

Snipes Mountain Microbrewery & Restaurant

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In an imposing log structure that resembles a hunting or ski lodge, the lower valley's oldest and largest brewpub is a grand restaurant...

Sunset Café and Loose Wolf Lounge

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  • American

Since 1936 this Western-themed restaurant has been serving breakfast delectables that include Texas-sized cinnamon rolls made on-site.

The Palace Cafe

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Hungry travelers and locals have enjoyed good food here since 1892, and now choose from a solid menu with standard varieties of steaks,...

Yellow Church Café

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  • American

Built in 1923 as a Lutheran church, this house of culinary worship now offers seating in the nave or choir loft. Soups, salads, sandwiches,...

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