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Dining | Girasol Vineyard & Bed and Breakfast Inn


Walla Walla is attracting visitors who are coming not only for the wine, but also for the food.


Check out this Savor Washington publication on what’s fresh at farm stands or at the Farmer’s Market as well as culinary day trips around our region.


Saffron’s Duck Citrus Salad

Here are our most popular restaurants –ones that require a reservation (unless noted), especially for the popular dining hours of 6:30 -8PM.

brasserie four ~ 4 E. Main Street ~ Dark Sundays & Mondays. Patio seating available. Reservations suggested. 509 529-2011
Green Spoon Eatery ~ Main Street ~ walk-ins welcome. Lunch and Dinner everyday. Patio seating available.  509 876-2583
Saffron Mediterranean Kitchen ~ 125 W. Alder ~ 2pm-10pm. Dark Mondays. Reservations essential. 509 525-2112
T. Maccarones ~ 4 N. Colville Street ~ open weekdays from 11 am. 2pm weekends. Patio seating available. Online reservations. 509 522-4776

Trattoria Colea (formerly South Fork Grill) ~ 1129 S. 2nd Ave ~ Serving traditional Italian fare daily from 11am -9pm. Covered patio dining is a great option in good weather. 509 522-4777

Whitehouse Crawford ~ 55 W. Cherry Street ~ Dark Tuesdays. Online Reservations. Reservations necessary for dining room, however, the bar area is usually available for small groups without advance notice. 509 525-2222

These restaurants, don’t usually require a reservation:

Aloha Sushi ~ 1st Ave. Dark Sundays
Olive Marketplace & Café ~ 24 E. Main Street Casual fare: soups, flatbreads, salads and sandwiches. Open daily. No reservations needed.
The Public House 124 Recommended!~ 124 E Main Street. Great food and drink. Dark Sundays & Mondays. No reservations needed.
Shiki Hibachi Sushi  Recommended! ~ 220 E Main Street ~ Open daily
The Marc Restaurant/The Vintage Lounge at the Marcus Whitman ~ 6 W. Rose Open daily.

Farmers Market Every Saturday & Sunday, May through October. 9AM-1PM. Corner of 4th & Main.

Lunch Recommendations:

Taco Wagons (our favorite La Monarca at 11th & Rose) ~ W2 Sweet Onion Taco (chicken/beef).
Graze Catering on Colville Street: Great sandwiches, salads. Also drive-through on 9th. Call for pick up 509 540-1261.
Olive Marketplace & Cafe: 21 E. Main Street. Open 8 am -9 pm. Flatbreads, sandwiches, salads.
brasserie four: 4 E. Main Street. Open Tue-Sat 12pm-10pm. French bistro. Reservations suggested.
Walla Walla Bread Company: Soups, sandwiches & desserts, made on premises daily. Closed Sun & Mon.
Andrae’s Kitchen: Gourmet Food Truck. Check Facebook for locations. Fixed location @Cenex ~ 9th & Rose St.
Ice Burg Drive In: Old fashioned burger and milkshake drive through. 9th Street at Birch. Dark Sundays.
Salumerie Cesario: 12 E Main St  (509 529-5620). Open daily for lunch and staying open until 8pm Thursday-Saturday (summers).

One of the best ways to enjoy wine tasting is to plan for a picnic lunch at one of your stops. You can bring your own, have something prepared and pick up or have lunch delivered. Most wineries have a patio or shaded picnic table for you to use and will be glad to sell you wine by the glass or bottle to enjoy with your picnic.

Pick up a Picnic Lunch:

Bella Fortuna: Lunch delivered to your winery destination. 24 hours advance notice requested. See Michele for menus.
Northstar’s Patio: Summer: Call ahead to reserve their picnic selections or bring your own picnic. (509) 529-0948.
Cugini Deli: Dark Sunday & Monday. (509 526-0809) Great Italian sandwiches or deli items to eat in or to go.
Salumerie Cesario: (509 529-5620). Call ahead and have a picnic lunch of cheese, salumi and goodies ready for pickup.

Patios with great views:

Northstar, Basel Cellars, Pepper Bridge, Amavi, Three Rivers, Waterbrook, Dunham Cellars, Walla Walla Vintners, Woodward Canyon, Va Piano.