Washington Foodie: Cravings

Theo Chocolate is delicious—it’s true. But it’s also organic and made using only cocoa that comes from sustainable farming and Fair Trade practices.

We have cravings for every category from all around the state. Put these great Washington culinary experiences on your radar!

written by Cara Strickland

WASHINGTON BREAKFAST CRAVINGS


Prepare to wait when you head to local favorite New Moon Cooperative Café—it will be worth it. Feast on blackberry French toast (smothered in housemade blackberry jam), or sink into a plate of biscuits and gravy (with sausage gravy or vegan mushroom). Whatever your breakfast preferences, this is the perfect way to start your day.
113 4TH AVENUE W OLYMPIA
newmooncafe.coop

WASHINGTON ICE CREAM CRAVINGS


At Mallard Ice Cream, you’ll find sweet treats made five gallons at a time right there in the shop in a variety of flavors, from the most comforting (like Mint Oreo), to the ones you just have to try
(like Frankincense).
1323 RAILROAD AVENUE BELLINGHAM
mallardicecream.com

WASHINGTON FOOD FOR SPECIAL DIETS


Whether you’re fleeing gluten, dairy or another common allergen, Nana Kate is on your team. An allergy warrior herself, she wanted to create a place where she could eat. Calling upon local ingredients and family recipes, this is a great place for breakfast or lunch.
432 E GOODLANDER ROAD SELAH
nanakates.com

WASHINGTON GLÜWEIN


This spicy, German red wine is a festive holiday treat, perfect for drinking warm after skiing. Sample a variety at the annual Christmas Lighting in Leavenworth, and enjoy seasonally at Goose Ridge, Basel Cellars and Wine Girl Wines, and year round at Swakane Winery. For another twist, stop by Baroness Cellars for a white version—Engelwein.

Multiple locations
LEAVENWORTH

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