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.
7 Iconic Washington Food Experiences
1. Barrett Orchards, Yakima The sun-drenched days and cool evenings east of the Cascade Mountains create the top-producing apple and pear harvests in the U.S. Stop for a bag of rosy-hued fruit at roadside stands or a farm like Barrett Orchards, where you can ask the farmer for tips on…
6 Spots for International Cuisine in Metro Puget Sound
1. Tai Tung This Chinese restaurant in Seattle’s International District has been serving up classic Chinese comfort food since 1935. Family owned and operated, Tai Tung has a dedicated local following and was a favorite of the late Bruce Lee. Here you’ll find dishes such as egg foo young, mou…
Slice of Heaven: Pie Shops in Washington State
Find a delicious slice of blueberry pie just a ways north of the blueberry farms of Skagit Valley in Ferndale, where you can buy a slice from Barb’s Pies and Pastries in the Carnation Building. Another prime example of such magic is Farm’s Reach Cafe in Chimacum, where bakers pack…