Grandview is a city in Yakima County, Washington, United States. It is about 38 miles west of Kennewick and 38 miles southeast of Yakima. The population was 10,862 at the 2010 census. Grandview’s economy is agriculture based; with apples, cherries, concord and wine grapes, hops, asparagus, corn, wheat, dairy and other fruit and vegetable production supported by processing plants and cold storage facilities.
Things to do in Grandview
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.
4.5 based on 32 reviews
Clean, lots of seating, nice selection of beer and wine. The NV Cobb sandwich with garlic chips and the Philly Me with fries were amazing. Gotta try the garlic chips. Light, crunchy with great flavor. Fresh ingredients all the way around. Tho we didn't get dessert, it looked fabulous.
4 based on 7 reviews
If you find yourself in the need of some Starbucks while in Grandview you can visit Safeway and get the same great coffee and service as from a stand alone Starbucks.
Service was fast and friendly as always.
Pastries where fresh and delicious and coffee had the same awesome taste
3 based on 10 reviews
Another blast from my past! Had to stop at DQ on our return "home" for a family reunion. My husband and I had our very first date there back in 1970! Completely rebuilt, but sitting - essentially - in the same location as the original and still serving the best soft serve around! Such memories (although I must admit that I miss the tiny little drive-in that was originally built back in the 50's)! Our server was pleasant, the treats just as tasty as I remembered, and the facility was clean and well lit.
4.5 based on 14 reviews
Not many reasons to stop in Grandview Washington, except maybe for this place. down in the old centre of town, Molcajetes is our favourite dinner stop when we are visiting family in Grandview. You might have a hard time selecting what you want to eat, the menus quite extensive, and so many of the choices I want to try. problem for me is I always keep going back to the bacon wrapped Prawns. Damn they are good. Everything including the salsa's are homemade, the mole is one of the best, and Im not a particularly huge fan of mole, but this one works. All the shrimp dishes are the bomb, otherwise you can stick to the more traditional enchilada/burrito plates, all are huge portions, very hard to finish a full plate here., and still be able to walk when you leave. Service is delightful and they hare happy to chat with you. Great spot in a town that has seen better days.
4.5 based on 6 reviews
Had never been to a Dutch Bros. Coffee before and were not disappointed by our first visit. All of our coffees were perfectly prepared and delicious. Friendly, helpful baristas - wish we had a Dutch Bros. in our area!!
4 based on 112 reviews
I went to the Snipes Mountain brewery with a friend for lunch and conversation. Our server was prompt and very friendly. She was also helpful in our selections. I chose the nachos with ground beef appetizer, anticipating a small to medium size lunch. I was very surprised when the appetizer order was large enough for several people. It filled a large plate and was a piled really deep. I ate my fill (about 1/4 of what was served) and took the remainder home in a box for dinner for my wife and I to enjoy. My friend wanted a Philly Cheese Steak sandwich, but it was not available on the menu. The server suggested the hot roast beef sandwich with onions, cheese, etc. added as sides. It turned out to look and taste very much like his desired sandwich and he was pleased with his choice. Thank you to our server. We both were pleased with our lunch and will return again to the Snipes Mountain Brewery.
4 based on 64 reviews
This place was directly across the parking lot from our hotel so walked the short distance expecting a rewarding dining experience following a long day on the road. We were meant with an unprepared or inexperienced staff member and a less than adequate dinner.
4 based on 15 reviews
I don't have any complaints about this restaurant. The food is always really good I love their taco salads and chicken nuggets/strips. The milkshakes are great and the service is always good. It's a nice little restaurant great for families and everyone else.
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