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Walla Walla Restaurants

The VineThe Vine
306 reviews
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Northwest | Walla Walla, Walla Walla

My friends birthday. The chef was wonderful! My friend and I like to sabatoge each other’s yards, offices, etc. with flamingos. I asked if they would help me by surprising Mary with a flamingo pick in each course and then serve her coffee in a Flamingo coffee cup I had smuggled in. They did a great job and she was smiling the whole way through an outstanding meal. We couldn’t have asked for a better meal or experience! Thank you! More

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Discover Walla Walla

Walla Walla, Washington is filled with plenty of popular dining hotspots, including places that serve Mediterranean cuisine and French fare. When it comes to Mediterranean cuisine, consider trying the Spanish pork or the roasted lamb. If you prefer to seek out the destination’s French fare, then be sure to try the pommes frites and the salade nicoise. Picnic lunches are a popular eating option, one that’s recommended in this wine country region. Stop by one of the bakeries to pick up bread and pastries. For fruit, cheeses, and salami, head to a nearby farmer’s market or deli.

Discover Walla Walla

Walla Walla, Washington is filled with plenty of popular dining hotspots, including places that serve Mediterranean cuisine and French fare. When it comes to Mediterranean cuisine, consider trying the Spanish pork or the roasted lamb. If you prefer to seek out the destination’s French fare, then be sure to try the pommes frites and the salade nicoise. Picnic lunches are a popular eating option, one that’s recommended in this wine country region. Stop by one of the bakeries to pick up bread and pastries. For fruit, cheeses, and salami, head to a nearby farmer’s market or deli.