Overlooking miles of thriving vineyards and farmland is Yellowhawk, a resort and sparkling winery located right outside the heart of Walla Walla. With 84 acres, it is making its grand entrance as the newest member of this growing wine region and has an incredible tasting room menu, to boot.
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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.
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.
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.
Tucked away in the Blue Mountains just a four-hour drive from Seattle, you’ll find the Eritage Resort. This luxurious resort in Walla Walla is just a few miles from some of the state’s finest winemakers and home to the most captivating sunsets, exclusive amenities and five-star service.
In the rolling hills of Walla Walla, located at the beautiful Eritage Resort, is Eritage Restaurant. Bringing fine dining to southeastern Washington, the all-female kitchen staff is led by Executive Chef Sierra Grden.
Brian Price is the chef at Eritage Resort, one of Walla Walla’s finest dining destinations. Eritage is known for its menu that highlights the seasonal bounty of the region and its connections with local family farmers and suppliers.
Sure, Seattle (for good reason given it’s become a cultural mecca in recent years) often gets the nod when considering a trip to the Pacific Northwest. But if you haven’t been to Washington wine capital Walla Walla, you haven’t really seen all the Evergreen State has to offer.
The Marc, located inside the historic Marcus Whitman hotel, offers an upscale dining experience in Walla Walla. Known for its extensive wine list and use of local ingredients, this restaurant is a must-stop while visiting the premier Washington wine destination.