Walla Walla is a foodies heaven. There are so many amazing restaurants to choose from during a visit to Walla Walla. We had a hard time deciding where to eat during our weekend getaway. We can’t wait to return to Walla Walla and try more local restaurants. These are our top restaurants from our trip to Walla Walla.
1. Bacon and Eggs
Bacon and Eggs is an amazing place to visit in Walla Walla. We enjoyed breakfast at Bacon and Eggs and it was wonderful! Check out the Nutella French Toast John enjoyed.
You simply can’t go wrong with anything Nutella! We had an amazing breakfast at Bacon and Eggs. This is a local favorite so make sure you give yourself enough time to get in and enjoy your meal.We arrived right when they opened and there was not a line but one quickly formed as the morning went on.
2. Walla Walla Bread Company
Hello Yum! Walla Walla Bread Company was an amazing find during our trip to Walla Walla. If you are anywhere near Walla Walla you simply must try out their macaroons! oh my! I had to stop myself from going back and picking up an entire box of them….hello delicious!
John had this amazing Reuben sandwich and in between each bite he told me how good it was. I had a grilled cheese sandwich that was pretty much ooey gooey cheesy goodness that I loved!
3. Bright’s candies
Ok…it’s not really a restaurant but there is chocolate which can be considered a meal some days 🙂 and when they have chocolate and wine paired together that is just plain perfect.
4. Colville Street Patisserie
Espresso, Pastries to die for and Gelato….really what more can you ask for.
Oh did I mention the pastries are beyond beautiful! We brought back pastries as gifts for John’s Mom and family they were so gorgeous. AND they taste amazing!
5. Maple Street Cafe
If there is a line WAIT!!! Trust me on this one! The breakfast at Maple Street Cafe is SOOO GOOD! I would drive 3.5 hours just to enjoy their apple pancake again. It is huge, sinfully good and the stuff that dreams are made of.
6. El Sombrero Mexican Restaurant
I have been visiting El Sombrero for years and love it! When I used to visit Walla Walla for my old job I made sure and had lunch at El Sombrero each time I was in town. They offer fantastic Mexican food in a casual environment.