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Diners' Choice Winners: Best Overall
East of Seattle's best restaurants based upon thousands of OpenTable diner reviews
While an 8 course meal sounds a bit daunting, the team, menu and ambiance at Mana made for a lovely experience. The food was excellent! I loved the elixir pairing as something new (I also had wine). The ambiance was really nice, casual comfort mixed with approachable sophistication. I will absolutely recommend and hope to visit again for a nourishing and delightful dining experience. MoreOpenTable Diner -
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East of Seattle restaurants that recently joined the OpenTable network
The Canyon River Grill is the only restaurant in the Yakima Canyon offering local cuisine and beautiful views. Located inside Red's Fly Shop and just feet from the Yakima River, The Canyon River Grill serves gourmet food and wine and a feeling of intimacy and adventure. Whether you're coming for lunch after fishing the Yakima or celebrating a special occasion, your experience with us will be unforgettable.More
WaterFire is a culinary celebration of natural elements that come together in our corner of the Pacific Northwest to deliver the agricultural abundance that inspires and nourishes us.
From long, sunny, summer days and rich volcanic soil to the winding waterways that give life to our lands, we’re blessed in the Northwest by a perfect convergence that produces unmatched diversity in our culinary landscape. More
Discover East of Seattle
The many small towns in Eastern Washington yield some delicious restaurant finds with many focusing on locally raised beef, fresh seafood, and the state’s delicious produce. You can find many restaurants specializing in farm-to-table specialties while others specialize in fine prixe fixe menus. The arid weather yields plenty of fruits like cherries, apples, and blackberries that chefs use to prepare seasonally changing pies. Lunchtime diners find many great hamburgers. While many are made with beef, others feature goat, turkey, or vegetables. Dining on pancakes, crab omelettes, and fruit crepes while visiting with a group of friends is a great way to start the day. Consider ending the day with a small plate dinner while taking advantage of Washington’s booming craft beer industry.