Food+Drink

Follow your foodie instincts all over the upper-left.

New Breakthroughs in Washington Apples

Farm to Table: Apples

If apples are your thing, Washington is your place. In this state, the produce is delicious and the stats juicy. According to the Washington Apple Commission, on average Washington grows 125 million boxes (or 2.5 million tons) of apples each year, which get exported to sixty-plus countries.

DRY Sparkling

Gastronomy: DRY Sparkling

Sharelle Klaus had four kids under the age of 7 when she founded DRY Sparkling in 2005. At least part of the reason was the lack of interesting non-alcoholic options available.

Hood to Coast Washington

Hood to Coast Washington

Here, visitors can connect to nature, breathe ocean air and dine in a variety of great restaurants, all within a five-minute sprint on eco-friendly boardwalks and paths comprised of reclaimed crushed oyster shells.

Washington Farm to Table: Mushrooms

Launched in 2001, Foraged and Found Edibles now supplies wild mushrooms, greens, berries and teas to hundreds of restaurants and markets around the country.

Gastronomy: Seabrook

Hood to Coast Washington written by Julie Lee The inaugural Regence BlueShield Hood to Coast Washington presented by Nike beamed a national spotlight on the idyllic coastal town of Seabrook, located in Pacific Beach. Here, visitors can connect to nature, breathe ocean air and dine in a variety of great restaurants, all within a five-minute sprint on eco-friendly boardwalks and paths comprised of reclaimed crushed oyster shells. Many coastal towns claim that magical feel, but Seabrook truly has something special, with an uncluttered, unspoiled mile stretch of beach, spectacular oceanfront and village-centered cottages and unprecedented charm. About 4,000 runners, walkers, fans…

Dining

In the heart of one of the finest wine regions in the country is a time-tested gem. T Maccarone’s is the incarnation of Tom Maccarone’s culinary curiosity, which festooned into a career.

Taste in Style

With the wine industry’s nearly $5 billion impact on Washington’s economy, it’s no surprise that wineries are constantly working to make their products more accessible to visitors.