Prosser is a city in and the county seat of Benton County, Washington, United States, along the Yakima River with only one zip code 99350. The population was 5,714 at the 2010 census.
Things to do in Prosser
4 based on 19 reviews
Like all Starbucks, behind the counter, it's a beehive of activity as the ultra friendly staff prepares the multitude of beverage choices. Out front, patrons use the tables as their office away from their office. There was plenty of available space despite the bisiness meetings and social engagements that surrounded us. Chai latte was made to perfection, and as is always true at Starbucks, we were willing to overpay for the experience.
4.5 based on 270 reviews
Wine o’clock! A unique spot for civilized wining and dining. Created by the Bunnell Family Cellar, the wine bar features small-lot wines from their three labels. The wine list showcases many different flights for lots of pairing and sharing. Chef develops a new menu of handcrafted dishes every week. Top-notch ingredients, wood-fired oven in a display kitchen, crystal glasses and fresh flowers all equal a cozy, classy dining experience. A Sante!
The chef at Wine o'Clock has an imaginative flair and produces truly excellent salads, a really yummy and rich pizza-like item, great hot and cold soups, tasty desserts and wine pairings. Their goat cheese "fondu" was truly unique, a sweet cheese with raspberries.
Breads tasted homemade. The ambience was classy a lovely landscaped sloping entry, with fresh flowers on barrel stools and art deco furnishings. I'd have rated this restaurant excellent except that we had to wait one whole hour for our cold gazpacho soup and cold salad. Now, I enjoy leisurely dining, especially since we celebrated our 50th anniversary here. But slooooooow service is a very different story. We found the menu somewhat complicated and confusing. Still I would recommend this restaurant above all the others in Prosser.
3.5 based on 19 reviews
I was out exploring the old Yellowstone Trail/Old Inland Empire Highway/US 12. And trying to fuel myself at old time burger places
Davy's had 40 favors of hand dipped premium ice cream do I ordered a real shake. My advice is to not order Pistacio nut in a shake cause the chunks won't go up the straw! And this premium ice cream did not short the amount and size of nuts. Good though
5 based on 6 reviews
I personally love coming here because it's supporting a small local business. Not to mention I'm never disappointed when I come here. The service is wonderful, Becky herself is the sweetest lady, and her workers are always nice as well. The drinks are always wonderful and made in a timely matter. The coffee shop itself is very unique and cute. I highly recommend that you stop here if you get the chance! Her cookies and cream big trains are the best!
4 based on 96 reviews
We are a family friendly gasto pub with handcrafted beer & house made pub fare. We feature local wines and distilleries in our full bar.
Beautiful carved wood bar and beautiful wall murals depicting the agricultural history of the Horse Heaven Hills and Yakima Valley are enjoyed. The place with its down to earth in furnishings in a historic building with its high ceilings located in the center of the small town. Food was okay to good (3.5 stars). Wait staff was efficient. We will come back and try their specials which are different than their main menu and changes weekly
4 based on 74 reviews
Jeremy's is a true Public-House in the spirit and build of a community pub and restaraunt.
The appetizers don't fall short of supernatural, and a man can take care to fill himself on a solo order.
Having enjoyed each menu offering, I am especially qualified to suggest you take time to try each as well; if you cannot, then you will have to take advantage of the expertly assembled pizza.
Bring the s.o. or bring the team, it will be a good place to kick back and enjoy life's finer things.
4.5 based on 26 reviews
Wow! So glad I read the other reviews on Trip Advisor. El Buen Gusto was a great choice. I had the shrimp and octopus cocktail and there was a LOT of shrimp and octopus and soooo good! I can't remember what my husband had, but his dish was also delicious. Our server was so nice! I would certainly go there again if in the area.
4 based on 40 reviews
Came in here and ordered the battered cod and chips. Service was outstanding with my food out in no time from kitchen. Three generous size pieces of fish and an abundance of french fries, that are super crispy with the beer batter that is used. There are a few big screen tv's in here that play sporting events. They offer free wifi.
Overall, a great place to come and enjoy good food served by friendly staff!
4.5 based on 10 reviews
several rieslings and pinot gris - all very good. syrah, red and a blend were good as well. I'm not much of a Chardonnay fan but their 2007 was good, very subtle and to top off they have an Almond Roca Cream dessert wine - like Bailies and Cream but 1/2 the cost.
4 based on 13 reviews
I enjoy eating here from time to time. It is your typical American Chinese restaurant run by an immigrant family (ie, sadly nothing too authentic), but the flavors are more pronounced than some other places of the same kind. My favorite dishes to order are the hot garlic chicken, beef with broccoli, and the happy family tofu. There's always more than enough food and they're happy to supply chili sauce. Great family, great food.
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