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Washington roadside restaurant that defied COVID-19 rules, Spiffy's, permanently closes

A Western Washington restaurant that was no stranger to controversy has closed its doors for good. Spiffy's Restaurant and Bakery in Chehalis closed its doors for the last time on Sunday, announcing a permanent closure after 50 years of serving diner food to travelers off of Interstate 5. The owner, Rod Samuelson, cited difficulties hiring people amid the nationwide labor shortage and issues with food deliveries as reasons for closing.
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5 Best Burrito Places in Washington

You can't help but love burritos. This is the ultimate takeout food, the filling possibilities are endless, and salsa goes great with them. You can't do better than this if you're looking for a complete meal in one convenient package. Among our favorites right now are these five exquisite tortilla havens.
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5 Best Seafood Restaurants in Washington

When it comes to seafood, Washington State is a formidable force. Washington has some of the freshest seafood in the world because of its position on the pristine fishing grounds of the northern Pacific Ocean. There are many seafood restaurants in the fishing culture. Below are the state's top 5!
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Nota Bene Cellars 2016 Arianses Vineyard Red Blend, Wahluke Slope, $30

Seattle winemaker Tim Narby wins awards using some of Washington state’s most famous vineyard. In this case, he achieved critical acclaim with little-known Arianses Vineyard near Desert Aire on the Wahluke Slope. This Right Bank Bordeaux-inspired blend from Bruce Zunser’s vineyard not far from the Columbia River leads with Merlot (50%) and followed by Cabernet Sauvignon (25%), Petit Verdot (14%) and Cabernet Franc. Bright cherry, plum jam, sage and dried herbs are pleasing and fit in with the typicity of these varietals. The tannins are plush and provide an equalizer for the zesty acidity. Hard cheeses, beef, lamb and hearty stews will be good table mates. This spring, it received gold medal at the Cascadia International Wine Competition, and Narby’s wines are available at his South Park neighborhood production facility as well as The Tasting Room of Washington near the Pike Place Market.
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RUT Bar & Kitchen In Washington Will Change The Way You View Vegan Food

Going vegan used to be a lot more difficult. But plant-based cuisine has come a long way in recent years, especially in the Pacific Northwest. Now, even devout carnivores are finding some of Washington’s vegan restaurants pleasant places to enjoy a tasty meal. And if you’ve ever dined at RUT Bar & Kitchen in Spokane, you know that this is a place where you’ll never miss the meat. We promise.
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Seattle bar requiring proof of vaccination for customers

SEATTLE - Some businesses in Seattle say they are voluntarily adding more requirements for their customers to say safe from COVID. About a month ago, the state of Washington fully reopened. For a lot of businesses, this was the first time they could operate without limiting restrictions in place. Now,...
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This Cozy Corner Market Serves Some Of The Best Pizza In Washington

It started as a little temporary pop-up, a small operation working out of Broadway Alley in Seattle’s Capitol Hill neighborhood. But the pizzas were so popular and sold out so fast that the co-founders, Jordan Koplowitz and Cal Hoffmann, decided to look for a more permanent location. They just opened Blotto, their first storefront — […] The post This Cozy Corner Market Serves Some Of The Best Pizza In Washington appeared first on Only In Your State.
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Washington Farmers Market Giving Out Free Children’s Books this Summer

Photo courtesy of Washington Farmers’ Market. The Washington Farmers Market has been partnering with local businesses this season to give out 100 free books each Thursday to families as part of their inaugural Farm Fables program. Main Street Washington Director Sarah Grunewaldt says the program has been wildly successful so...