Here's Our Travel Guide to This Nation of Over 7,000 Islands
1. Whitehouse-Crawford Restaurant55 W Cherry St, Walla Walla
2. Casper Fry928 S Perry St, Spokane
3. Adrift Restaurant510 Commercial Ave, Anacortes
4. The Black Cypress215 East Main Street, Pullman
5. Infinite Soups445 Tacoma Ave S, Tacoma
6. Willows Inn2579 W Shore Dr, Lummi Island
7. Harbour Public House231 Parfitt Way SW, Bainbridge Isle
8. MARROW Kitchen and Bar2717 6th Ave, Tacoma
9. Oyster Creek Inn2190 Chuckanut Dr, Bow
10. The Commons14481 Woodinville Redmond Rd NE, Woodinville
With eats/vino sourced from local Walla Walla farmers and vineyards, this fresh, oft-changing menu plates classic American fare like Painted Hills beef tenderloin steak with red wine sauce, oyster mushrooms, and potato-parsnip puree.
With a menu highlighted by seafood and steak, Casper offers a unique take on Southern comfort food, including everything from gumbo and fried chicken to insanely delicious whiskeys…
From tacos and burgers to oysters (Taylor Shellfish, no less) and sushi, this gem off Commercial in Anacortes has it all.
It's all local, all the time at this Pullman college town eatery. Sourcing ingredients from Washington State University Swine Club, Pacific Northwest Famers Cooperative, and Brush Creek Creamery, BC wants to ply you with thoughtfully prepared eats, like their shish kebab, made with beef, mushrooms, zucchini, onion, and almond mint cous-cous.
This family-run hole-in-the-wall establishment in Tacoma serves up over 20 varieties of soup daily. With that many choices, it's hard to pick a favorite, but we will anyway: don't miss their Chicken Gorgonzola Tortellini.
Chef Blaine Wetzel is the mastermind behind the restaurant at Willows Inn. He's creating unique dishes that are seasonal and local, using stuff from the three "F's": fished, foraged, and farmed.... fresh. Okay, four "F's".
Burgers and other delicious pub goodness abound at this neighborhood Bainbridge Island eatery. The place has a cabin-style vibe and is keeping things comfy by serving four different types of poutine.
Jaime Kay Jones and Chef Kyle Wnuk have collaborated to form this Tacoma eatery that serves mainly...gefilte fish. Just kidding! All different preparations of bone marrow, including marrow in both soup form and roasted on top of toast.
Nestled peacefully in quaint Bow, Oyster Creek Inn serves up sweet seafood offerings, like oysters, OBVIOUSLY, but also creative takes on classic dishes, like their Dungeness crab ravioli.