Food & Drink
From fresh produce and seafood to wine and craft beer, Washington State has something for every taste. With a rich agricultural history and world-class chefs committed to sourcing local ingredients, there’s no shortage of farm-to-table restaurants and culinary experiences.
Sip wine made with grapes from one of our 20 AVAs, or grab a beer crafted with hops from the Yakima Valley. Enjoy oysters plucked fresh from along our miles of coastline or savor locally foraged chanterelle mushrooms from the forest floor. No matter what, you’ll never go hungry (or thirsty) in Washington State.
Discover Washington State Coffee Roasters
Dive into Washington’s buzzy coffee scene with a visit to one of these local roasters.
Sweet Treats: Locally Made Washington Chocolate
Visit some of Washington’s local chocolate shops and discover the state’s sweet side.
Orchard to Glass: Taste Washington Cider
Autumn in Washington State means falling leaves, brisk temperatures, and ripe apples ready for the picking.
Salish Sea Oyster Road Trip
Slurp your way through local farms and restaurants during this Salish Sea oyster road trip.
Experience Fall in Washington Wine Country
Fall in Washington Wine Country means special events, new sips, and more.
Farm-to-Table Dining in Washington
Passionate chefs and a dedication to ingredients harvested by Washington’s farmers, fishermen, and artisans characterize these farm-to-fork restaurants.
Picnic Picks: Scenic Washington Wineries
Soak up nature and savor wine in Washington’s picturesque vineyards.
Locally Grown: Food to try in the State of Washington
From salmon and crab to cherries and apples, Washington is a leading producer of some of the country’s tastiest foods.
Where to Buy Fresh & Local in Washington
Looking for seasonal produce at the peak of freshness? Head to one of these local markets or produce stands from throughout the state. Pike Place Market With street performers, flying fish and 200-plus merchants vying for attention, it would be easy to overlook Seattle’s freshest produce, but doing so would…