Yakima (/ˈjækɪmɑː/ or /ˈjækɪmə/) is a U.S. city located about 60 miles (100 kilometers) southeast of Mount Rainier in Washington. Yakima is the county seat of Yakima County, Washington, and the state's eleventh largest city by population. As of the 2010 census, the city had a total population of 91,067 and a metropolitan population of 243,231. The unincorporated suburban areas of West Valley and Terrace Heights are considered a part of greater Yakima.
Things to do in Yakima
4.5 based on 414 reviews
We love what we do and it shows. Great products like Snake River Farms wagu beef and steaks from Double R Ranch, fresh seafood from the Pacific Northwest and vegetables and fruit grown here in the Yakima Valley. We feature a fantastic wine list featuring some our local vineyards and cold microbrews from Bale Breaker and Yakima Craft Brewing to name a few. So join us in our dining room, lounge or relax on the patio. Please enjoy Creekside West Bar and Grill, we look forward to serving you. Jim & Shannon Rowe Owners
We reserved the upstairs for my Grandpa’s 92nd Birthday!! Had excellent service! Food was great! I recommend the upstairs if you are having a large gathering!! They were super accommodating!!
4.5 based on 538 reviews
As we have neon hare a lot of times earlier and this time we went on a lunch with our business associates and as we entered our guest liked the huge door they have on entrance. Well we ordered the Thai rice bowl with crab. It’s so delicious and good size portion. We finished our meeting and planned next visit here again same time.
Our server was quick and friendly.
4 based on 444 reviews
Always a favorite. If you love hamburgers, french fries or onion rings, this is definitely worth a visit. It’s very casual and offer a large menu for the fast food lovers. They do a great job getting your orders done in a timely fashion. A lot of out of town sports teams eat here, so don’t be shocked or worried if you see several school buses in the parking lot. Enjoy!
4.5 based on 198 reviews
On a Friday evening, Zesta Cucina is quite the scene. It's a huge multi-level space that's attractive and comfortable. While not terribly innovative, the food is certainly well prepared and decently priced. Wine list appropriately features many local/regional wines. Getting here is a bit of a chore from many of the hotels located in and around the downtown area; but, on the other hand you get to drive through Yakima neighborhoods you wouldn't otherwise see and it's worth the effort.
4 based on 412 reviews
Detour Directions: Heading East on Yakima Ave, turn left on S. Fair Ave Loop (just before the free way), turn left onto Fair Ave.
Sat in the bar with some friends. Service from the waitress (Peanut) was excellent. She took care of our needs immediately, and made sure we never had to ask for anything. Place was busy right at 5 pm/ I ordered the Teriyaki Chicken burger with salad. One of our part ordered an plate of onion rings for the table. The burger was great, salad was usual fair, and the onion rings were average. The restaurant was very clean and we had a great meal.
4 based on 380 reviews
Hadn't been to Second Street Grill for a while, but having lunch with some girlfriends, so we decided to go there. They have made some changes to the restaurant, for the better. It isn't nearly as noisy, the service was excellent and the food was DELICIOUS. Will be going with some friends for dinner in next couople of weeks.
4.5 based on 167 reviews
Please join us for an afternoon or evening of unbelievable food and outstanding service. Our restaurant has been serving the dining needs of those in the Yakima Valley since 1943. We will make sure your visit is memorable.
It got only 4out of 5 because it calls itself gourmet what it isn't. It's really good homemade food with an Italian touch and probably one of the best places in Yakima but don't expect Gourmet! Staff was really nice!
4.5 based on 78 reviews
On our way to Seattle, we stopped here for brunch. A quaint white house that looks like grandma's house, the parking lot was under construction next door, but not actively as we ate. We were able to sit outside on the patio, enjoying the warm morning and light chatter. We had coffee. I had the White House Scramble and my friend had the White House Breakfast delight. Both came with minced ham mixed with scrambled eggs and cheddar cheese and fresh fruit, sprinkled with powdered sugar. The only difference is hers came with a breakfast pastry (which she took on the road) and mine did not. There are no gluten-free pastries/bread here. Service was prompt and leisurely.
4 based on 180 reviews
This was my second visit to Mirador. I had scoped out the menu online and was looking forward to the Chicken Fajita. Where was the chicken? There were little pieces of meat which were unidentifiable. The pieces were the size of my finger tips. It could have been any white meat. The price should have warranted discernible pieces of chicken!
4.5 based on 121 reviews
My companion and I ate at Taj Palace yesterday and were really impressed with the food, cleanliness of the restaurant and the excellent customer service. We ordered the butter chicken and mutteer paneer and split it, both left feeling very full and satisfied. The dishes arrived piping hot and were delicious with just the right amount of spice. I can hardly wait for my next trip to Yakima, so I can eat here again.
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