The Washington Restaurant That's So Much More Than An Amazing Place To Eat
There’s certainly no shortage of fantastic places to eat here in Washington — and we aren’t just talking about our major cities, although they’re certainly full of decadent options. Even our small towns have some little known neighborhood gems ready to serve you a hearty meal. And if you happen to discover Jeremy’s Farm to Table in Chehalis, you’re in for a real treat.
Jeremy’s Farm to Table is open daily, although hours vary. Check out their enticing full menu here. If you want to explore more of Washington’s wonderful foods, try taking one of the many food tours in the state. If you’ve eaten at Jeremy’s Farm to Table, let us know about your experience in the comments.
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Washington’s Wonderful Food Scene
What are the unique and iconic food items local to Washington?
Washington is full of nationally famous foodstuffs, like luscious Rainier Cherries, which are a hybrid cherry with red and golden colors and they’re sweet and succulent. The whole Pacific Northwest is known for salmon, but perhaps Washington does it best by roasting it on cedar planks, imparting mellow, smooth flavors to the fish, accented by a honey-balsamic glaze to add a bit of sweetness. Walla Walla is famous for its sweet onions as much as for its alliterative name. It’s fun to say “Walla Walla Washington” and it’s even better to sample the onions from here that make any burger stand out.
What are the best food festivals in Washington?
One way to sample a wide variety of Washington’s culinary artistry is at some of the amazing food festivals that are held here. Seafood lovers will be in heaven at The Dungeness Crab & Seafood Festival in Port Angeles. Local and celebrity chefs gather here to show off their prowess and delight your taste buds with a chowder cook-off, and there is a raw shellfish bar as well! Live entertainment and local wines and beers make this a can’t-miss festival. Who doesn’t love street food? Seattle is a street food hotspot and it really shines at the Seattle Street Food Festival where local food trucks and pop-up restaurants bring their best fare for you to savor. It’s impossible to go hungry here!
What are the best farms to visit in Washington?
Local Washington farms are a family-friendly way to spend the day and get some delicious produce along the way. The Green Bluff area, just northeast of Spokane, has a bunch of lovely farms, and Green Bluff Farm is one of the best. The area is beautiful and the pumpkin patch is a thrill for kids. Adults will love the locally brewed cider and mead as well as the freshest eggs anywhere. Gothberg Farms is known for goats. You can meet with the goats and sample delicious, fresh goat cheese. Get yourself to a Washington farm today!