Each issue we go on a hunt for the best Washington foods to curb our cravings
There’s nothing quite like eating mussels in view of the water. At Front Street Grill, you can also eat them steeped in a spicy, satisfying green curry sauce, with or without linguini underneath.
20 FRONT STREET COUPEVILLE
It’s likely you’ve never had a wine-tasting quite like the one at Paradisos del Sol. Winegrower Paul Vandenberg follows the “sip, sip, bite, sip” tasting method. You’ll get a little plate with tiny paired bites and experience wines like the lightly bodied sangiovese or the fortified zort (perfect with chocolate).
3230 HIGHLAND DRIVE ZILLAH
BLUE CHEESE CHOCOLATE CAKE
If you weren’t aware you could have a craving for blue cheese chocolate cake, you’re in for a treat at The Cheesemonger’s Table. A generous slice of decadent chocolate layer cake is topped with chocolate frosting (the middle layers have a kick of cheese). The whole thing is sprinkled with blue cheese, so you can have a little with each delicious bite.
203 5TH AVENUE SOUTH EDMONDS
UPSCALE COMFORT FOOD
The perfect meal after a long day of wine tasting, Public House 124 does hearty basics with a satisfying twist. Don’t miss the Kraut Kruga—a German dumpling stuffed with sweet onion, cabbage, grass-fed beef and horseradish creme fraiche.
124 EAST MAIN STREET WALLA WALLA