Washington Wine Country Restaurants

National fast-food chains, local eateries, and some fine-dining restaurants can be found scattered throughout the region, or sometimes right alongside one another. As a huge agricultural area, the Yakima Valley supplies many of its local restaurants with fresh fruits and vegetables in season. Yakima Valley wines are a staple at virtually all the fine-dining establishments. Pacific Northwest seafood (particularly salmon) is another staple of the region. South-central Washington also has a fair share of Mexican food, from taco wagons to fine Mexican restaurants.

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  • 1. Miner's Drive-In

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    This Yakima icon (actually located in Union Gap) is a must-visit for many travelers–-particularly entire sports teams–-coming to or through...Read More

  • 2. Red Horse Diner

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    Step back in time to a 1930s-era service station that's been converted into a diner, serving up specialty sandwiches, shakes, and more. While...Read More

  • 3. The Soda Fountain at Yakima Valley Museum

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    Soda jerks at the Yakima Valley Museum's café make shakes and sundaes plus soups, hot dogs, and sandwiches while a period Wurlitzer spins 1930s...Read More

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