West Richland is a 22-square-mile (57 km) city in Benton County, Washington, United States. The population was 11,811 at the 2010 census. The city is generally included in the Tri-Cities along with Kennewick, Richland, and Pasco.
Things to do in West Richland
4.5 based on 219 reviews
Spudnut is one of Richland, WA original land marks, in my book!! They have the smell and taste of an old fashion way, that makes you feel like your at your grannys house.. Some of the best donuts you will eat, bar none!! Just the smell as your getting closer to the business, makes you want to get there faster, not forgetting the friendly and at home like atmosphere that tops it off!!!
4.5 based on 99 reviews
Had a garlic chicken artichoke pizza and a canadian bacon pineapple pizza..... Absolutely delicious!!!! Their crust is amazing!!!! Always busy.... always great customer service! Highly recommend!!!!
4.5 based on 117 reviews
I was at lunch time couple times. There was not anything interesting. First time ribs were good, second time - too dry. If you like barbecue meat it is ok to stop time to time because there is not good place in Tri-Cities.
4 based on 522 reviews
The wife and I went to dinner last night and had an absolute wonderful experience. Our server was very personable and professional. I asked for a certain coffee drink he never heard of and he made it happen. The lobster was delicious and divine. Kathryn was another server who came by and visited with us. She had a fantastic personality and was very kind. Great Job!! The manager Steve also was very personable and professional. Thanks for such a fun evening!!
4.5 based on 28 reviews
I hate Tri-cities. This is not the forum to explain why, but just know that I do. Barracuda offers a ray of hope in this dismal town, bright young hipsters that actually love thier handiwork, and are proud to serve you excellent coffee.
My other gripe is American coffee houses that serve mixed syrupy drinks so oversweetened that they're impossible to down. Then I tried the Hemi, and was converted. Buh bye Dutch Bros and Starbucks, and hello Barracuda! What is this awesome doing in Tri-Cities?!?!?
4.5 based on 185 reviews
My husband and I met here for a lunch date. The restaurant is quaint and cozy, we loved the atmosphere. We shared the veggie lasagna and salad. Both were delicious and tasted fresh and homemade. The cupcakes are the best I’ve ever had!! Will definitely...MoreThank you so much for your review Rochelle, it has made our day! We appreciate you and your support of FMS, we look forward to next time!
4.5 based on 44 reviews
My daughter's family take us here when we visit. Usually a highlight dinner. Really a disappointment this last visit. Ordered spaghetti with meatballs. Serving was small, less then what my wife got as a side with her meal!. Pasta overcooked, plate was full of water, was it drained? Had maybe a tablespoon of sauce with the meal. Tried to get staff attention but got tired of trying. Also of the five of us, my meal was delivered 5 minutes later than everyone else, almost as an after thought. We went early to beat the crowd, but in my opinion it did not help. All others meals were good and a full meal. Thanks for my wife to share her side of spaghetti with me! My son in law is a weekly regular and was surprised at the poor service and meal. I hope this is a one time issue, will be sad if this is the trend.
4 based on 310 reviews
I stopped in at the Atomic Ale Brewpub for lunch and had the Geiger Counter Garden Wrap, 2 Pumpkin soup (the soup of the day) and a Plutonium Porter. The soup was very tasty (I love anything pumpkin); it was a good mix of savory and slightly sweet. The garden wrap had very fresh veggies - the lettuce was crisp and everything was fresh. And finally the porter was exactly what you'd hope for - caramel and dark chocolate flavors and very smooth. The store clerk who recommended Atomic Ale also recommended the potato soup but it is made with bacon; I am vegetarian so I didn't try it but several people there were raving about it.
4.5 based on 26 reviews
Phone 509-967-THAI (8424 - FAX 509-967-8420
Food was fresh and healthy, staff was attentive
Very impressed with the quality of the food, quantity was ample, can't always eat it all, usually take it home for another meal.
Restaurant was clean, usually have plenty of seating, always seems to be busy but you get your food pretty quick
4 based on 138 reviews
Join us for lunch, dinner, or Sunday brunch! J. Bookwalter specializes in producing some of Washington’s finest wines through meticulous winemaking and exceptional vineyard sources. The winery’s tasting room in Richland includes a full-service restaurant, Fiction, and was named one of the best tasting rooms in the United States by Sunset magazine. Fiction serves lunch, dinner and Sunday brunch featuring local ingredient-driven dishes such as wild Pacific halibut, Snake River Waygu beef strip loin and Draper Valley chicken and mushrooms. Live music sets the soundtrack several nights per week at the restaurant and winery.
By recommendation of several friends, I took my wife here for a birthday dinner with another couple. I called and made reservations the night before and they had plenty of time slots and space available. The hostess was very sweet and showed us to our table even though we were 30 minutes early. We sat on the patio where they had live music, very comfortable patio furniture and umbrellas for shade. Our server Brandon was polite, informative and very prompt with everything. We enjoyed a mix of wines and cocktails and a couple of appetizers before dinner. All of our entrée selections were fantastic and they brought my wife a dessert for her birthday. Great experience and I would recommend it highly.
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