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Fresh & Local in Olympia: Olympia, capitol city, located between Seattle to the north and Portland to the south, is the perfect place to stop and savor the local offerings of a dynamic food community.

Puyallup & Sumner

Puyallup Valley Fall Bounty: Fall is a time to watch the leaves change, to celebrate the change in season and enjoy the year's new crop. A trip to the Puyallup (pronounced "pew-al-up") River Valley will certainly allow you to experience what the best part of nature tastes like.

Sumner, Orting, & Puyallup

Rhubarb & Daffodils Tour: Situated in the heart of the Puyallup (pronounced "pew-al-up") River Valley, Sumner continues to build from its farming heritage and proudly proclaims itself the Rhubarb Pie Capitol of the World.


Langley Bounty: A short drive and ferry ride from the Seattle metropolitan area, Whidbey Island is refreshingly rural and a veritable breadbasket for surrounding towns and Puget Sound cities. 

Sequim & Port Angeles

Beyond Twilight: While La Push, Port Angeles and Sequim still bask in the Twilight limelight, the area offers so much more including a dynamic, creative culinary community. This two-day itinerary gives you a great taste of the Dungeness Valley.

Chimacum Valley & Port Townsend

Farms & Fares of Chimacum Valley & Port Townsend: Spend a weekend in and around pastoral Chimacum Valley, a talented and close-knit agricultural and culinary community that embraces a farm lifestyle and shares skills that let them live close to the land.

Chelan & Manson

Premium wineries and vineyards along the Lake Chelan AVA including: Benson Vineyards, Lake Chelan Winery, Nefarious Cellars, Tsillan Cellars and Tunnel Hill Winery.


Sleeping Lady Getaway: Sleeping Lady Mountain Resort in Leavenworth is a great home base to experience all that the Wenatchee Valley bounty has to offer. Create your own adventure to area farms and restaurants, or let Sleeping Lady take care of the reservations with one of their agritourism package tours.

Long Beach

Lower Left-Hand Corner Agri-culinary Loop: This is a loop tour of creameries, farms, ranches, cranberry bogs, oyster beds and fishing marinas, as well as the restaurants and inns where menus are inspired by the fresh, coastal abundance.

Skagit Valley

Skagit Valley Bounty: A weekend spent in the Skagit Valley provides an array of options for exploring your culinary senses. Bring a hearty appetite and save room in the car for goodies to take home.

Walla Walla Valley

The Capital of Washington Wine (and Food) Country: Considered the breadbasket of the Pacific Northwest, the Walla Walla Valley is home to some of the richest, most fertile soils in the western United States. The warm, dry climate with abundant sunshine and cool nights is as attractive to visitors as it is nourishing to the diversity of crops that grow and thrive here.

Whidbey Island

Whidbey Island Culinary Rolling Tour: A two-day rolling tour of Whidbey Island, just 25 miles north of Seattle, is the shortest distance to far away. Discover historic Americana, local wines, art galleries, Penn Cove mussels, beaches, wineries, kayaking, whales, eagles, hiking, biking and breathtaking scenery year round.

Long Beach Peninsula 

Dine at the Source: Something about being on the coast just makes food taste better. Maybe it’s appetites stoked by sea air. Perhaps it’s the availability of fresh seafood. Or it could be the handful of talented chefs that draw their inspiration from the beauty and bounty of the sea.

Yakima Valley

Farm Fresh Fun Sprinkled With Sweet & Spicy: Asparagus, eggplant, apricots, apples, berries, pumpkins, peppers, beef and much more abound in the Valley from roadside stands to farmers markets. And of course, the Yakima Valley is known for producing award-winning wines.


Experience Washington, one bite at a time, on this special Culinary adventure that takes you across the state from Seattle to Spokane through diverse landscapes and great local food.