1. No-Li Brewhouse & Pub, Spokane
No-Li opened in 2012, quickly becoming one of Spokane's favorite spots for a brew and a tasty burger. Its riverside location certainly doesn't hurt.
2. McMenamin’s Vancouver on the Columbia, Vancouver
You can't go wrong by choosing to enjoy a meal at a McMenamins location, and this one happens to rest right along the beautiful Columbia River.
3. Big River Grill, Stevenson
Located steps from the Columbia River in the tiny town of Stevenson, the Big River Grill serves American classics like steak, salad and seafood in a comfortable roadside restaurant setting.
4. Trout Lodge, Naches
It's easy to drive right past this little roadside restaurant and motel, which is located just outside of Yakima on the Naches River. But its classic diner food done right and specials like fresh trout make it worth the stop.
5. Cedars Restaurant, Kennewick
This classic family-owned spot might be a little dated, but the entrees are hearty and the Columbia River views are perfect. The seafood fettuccine will warm you up on a chilly evening.
6. Anthony’s at Spokane Falls
Anthony's restaurants and water views go together like clam chowder and oyster crackers. This location has perfect views of the Spokane River and Spokane Falls.
7. Roosters Waterfront Restaurant, Clarkston
What could be better than classic American favorites served right on the Snake River? Needless to say, Roosters dominates the casual Clarkston dining scene.
8. Lu Lu Craft Bar + Kitchen, Richland
The food at LU LU is great, and the views of the Columbia River are simply spectacular.
Nothing tops good food with a great water view. Check out some of these other spots for
Washington waterfront dining.