Yakima is a city with a quirky name and a food culture centered around community. There are several diners in the city that have been around for almost 60 years. You can go back in time to the late 1940s at a drive-in burger joint or have lunch in a rustic cabin by the river. These down-home diners serve American classics the old-fashioned way, including the ever-popular "breakfast for dinner." There are also several more elegant venues in the city that serve elevated versions of American classics alongside inventive cocktails and craft beers. Tourists and locals also enjoy spending time at Yakima's wineries, which have been recognized across the state and country. The area is a center for beer tourism thanks to its many craft brewers offering locally brewed specialties.