Walla Walla is best known for being Washington’s wine region. How did the town get this reputation? Well, the area has some of the most fertile agricultural soil in the nation with a perfect growing climate for grapes. There are now over 120 wineries in Walla Walla so it’s not hard to imagine why wine lovers flock to this small town way over on the eastern side of Washington state again and again.
But this charming town filled with handsome historic buildings has so much more than just vineyards and wine bars. Walla Walla is also home to an incredible culinary scene with many local restaurants offering farm to table menu’s and delicious seasonal beers on tap at the breweries scattered across town.
In fact, the foodie scene is so impressive here that it is alone worth visiting Walla Walla!
And in between the award winning restaurants and world class wineries you’ll find an eclectic mix of boutique stores, book shops, art galleries, and cafes with cute outdoor patios that spill out onto the sidewalk.
It sounds like an ideal place for a relaxing weekend getaway doesn’t it?
Read: 20 Things To Do In Walla Walla That Isn’t Wine Tasting
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