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We had tenderloin steaks, they were prepared very well. Our server was Trevor and he was exelent offered good advice on menu and didn't over serve witch is always good. We are new to the community and plan on returning often. MoreOpenTable Diner -
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Restaurant Wahluke is a fourteen seat, reservation-only dining experience offering a four-course prix fixe menu for $77 per guest. You or your group will be one of fourteen people sitting at our U-shaped table directly in front of the Wahluke kitchen Wine pairings are available as well as ad-hoc cocktails, beer, and additional wines from our cellar. From start to finish, your experience will take between one and a half to two hours, however your time needs will always be considered. Expect a food forward, sophisticated-yet-playful dining experience.
Located directly next to our dining room is The Lounge At Wahluke, a fifty-three seat relaxed environment offering carefully crafted cocktails, wine from our cellar, beer, and a selection of small bites created by the Wahluke kitchen. Our lounge is welcome to all walk-ins and also available for reservations—21 and over, only.
Discover East of Seattle
The many small towns in Eastern Washington yield some delicious restaurant finds with many focusing on locally raised beef, fresh seafood, and the state’s delicious produce. You can find many restaurants specializing in farm-to-table specialties while others specialize in fine prixe fixe menus. The arid weather yields plenty of fruits like cherries, apples, and blackberries that chefs use to prepare seasonally changing pies. Lunchtime diners find many great hamburgers. While many are made with beef, others feature goat, turkey, or vegetables. Dining on pancakes, crab omelettes, and fruit crepes while visiting with a group of friends is a great way to start the day. Consider ending the day with a small plate dinner while taking advantage of Washington’s booming craft beer industry.