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Favorite foodie day trips/tours near Seattle?

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Hello all,

What are your favorite places to tour in the PNW? Wineries, cheesemakers, coffee roasters, breweries, farms, etc ... any ideas would be much appreciated!

Thanks!

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  1. Depending on the season, of course. :)

    Taylor Shellfish can be fun. Should call ahead to see what's in season. Mike Rowe featured them on "Dirty Jobs" once, too.
    http://www.examiner.com/x-255-Seattle...

    Haven't been to these places, but they sound nice: Bow and Edison
    Have a delicious day trip to the agricultural communities of Bow and Edison
    http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/html...

    There's Tillicum Village, of course...
    http://www.tillicumvillage.com/

    Here's a list of foodie tours in Seattle that might be useful...
    http://washington-state-travel.suite1...

    This Seattle-based foodie blog might give you some ideas, too...
    http://www.flavblog.com/

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    1. re: Julesong

      especially on a nice sunny day, the trip through the area of Bow and Edison is a lot of fun and very tasty. take all your treasures to a park or near the water and have a great picnic.

      1. re: bighound

        Thanks, Bighound - I think we'll be doing this daytrip sometime soon! :)

    2. Depending on how far you want to go, there are lots of wine tasting opportunities. Most convenient is Woodinville, in the 'burbs only maybe 30 minutes from downtown, with lots of wineries and upscale places to eat. If you want to stretch your trip, the Yakima Valley wine country starts with Yakima (2 hrs over the pass, a nice drive) and stretches to Prosser (maybe 3 hours) -- the wine generally improves as you head east, and there are tons of great taco stands all over the area.