Built in 1914, the historic train depot is not only a landmark to the area but home to the Walla Walla Steak Co. Locally owned and with a long-standing history, this restaurant has become a staple for not just locals but those traveling to the world-renowned Walla Walla wine country.
Seattle has set some pretty high standards when it comes to beer. So, it should come as no surprise that the city is ridden with unique breweries and taprooms that provide an authentic taste of the Pacific Northwest. Here are some of Seattle’s best breweries to visit.
Amy Alvarez-Wampfler is the winemaker and general manager of Walla Walla-based Abeja, a century-old farmstead set in the foothills of the Blue Mountains. Abeja is home to a winery and tasting room, which is open by appointment.
Located in Walla Walla on 38 acres and tucked away into the Blue Mountains is Abeja. This quiet and lush property is home to not only a bounty of flavorful wines but some of the freshest ingredients crafted into unique dishes, resulting in the most elevated dining experience at The Kitchen at Abeja.
Seattle Rep is back this December with in-person performances, live theater experiences and hybrid films. The season will run from December 2021 to June 2022 at the newly remodeled Bagley Wright Theater and the Leo K. Theater.
Daniel Wampfler is the winemaker and general manager at the award-winning Abeja winery and tasting room in Walla Walla. Abeja also offers upscale lodging, fine dining and space for private events.
htings Film Festival, presented by Seattle’s Northwest Film Forum, is back for its 24th year with a lineup showcasing productions from as far north as British Columbia and as far east as Montana. The festival will take place from Sept. 16 to Sept. 26, both virtually and in person.
Leah Okamoto Mann is the co-director of Seattle-based Lelavision, a performance and production company that combines kinetic sculpture, dance and music with a mission to present accessible art that delights people. She is also the curator of Created Commons, an arts festival taking place at Westcrest Park, August 27 to Sept. 5.
With eats ranging from classics like eggs benedict to indulgent fare like fruit-topped Belgian waffles, locals will be delighted to learn that Conversation at Thompson Seattle is back open for brunch seven days a week.
Each month, Fabulous Washington is giving Washington wine the chance to shine! Today, we take a deep dive into L’Ecole No 41 in Walla Walla.