Food & Drink

Food is the best part of life in the Northwest! We’ve curated our favorites for the best places to eat and drink in the Northwest – always locally owned. Narrow down your search by the categories below, or start with our round up of the best Northwest food and wine trails.

Full Sail Brewery, Hood River, OR

(541) 386-2247

506 Columbia Street, Hood River, OR, United States

Daily 11-9

Great beer calls for great food. We are proud to source fresh, local, sustainable ingredients. All menu items are handmade in house and most recipes utilize our award-winning beers. Read More

Meriwether Cider Co, Garden City, ID

(208) 972-6725

5242 West Chinden Boulevard, Garden City, ID, United States

WEDNESDAY 4-8PM THURSDAY 4-8PM FRIDAY 4-9PM SATURDAY 12-9PM SUNDAY 2-6PM MONDAY CLOSED TUESDAY CLOSED

We brew our cider from apples grown in the Northwest; it is naturally gluten-free, making it essentially guilt-free, right? All our cider is made with real apples with other pure fruit juices added, no artificial flavors or essences. Read More

Dragon's Head Cider, Vashton, WA

(206) 724-3723

18201 107th Ave SW, Vashon, WA, United States

Fridays 3 – 6pm Saturdays noon – 5pm Sundays noon – 5pm

From apple to bottle, all right here on our farm. At Dragon’s Head Cider, we take a traditional approach to cider making. Our focus is on the apple varieties that we use and the quality of the fruit. Read More

Snowdrift Cider Co., East Wenatchee, WA

(509) 630-3507

277 Ward Street, East Wenatchee, WA, United States

Friday & Saturday, noon-5pm

We craft our ciders from great cider apples that we grow on our orchard in sunny East Wenatchee, WA. Our incredible region gives our trees the ideal conditions to grow apples packed with the flavors necessary to produce fine ciders. Read More

Wescott Bay Cider, Friday Harbor, Washington

360.378.3880 or 360.378.2606

12 Anderson Lane, Friday Harbor, WA, United States

Saturday and Sunday 1-4 (closed January & February)

Unique among small Washington wineries, Westcott Bay Cider produces and bottles crisp, refreshing ciders with a complexity and finish provided by using traditional cider apples grown in our San Juan Island orchard. These are vintage apples with wonderful names like Kingston Black, Yarlington Mill, Dabinett and Sweet Coppin. Read More