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American 35 Brings Good Times and Great Pizza to Waitsburg!

Just a short and scenic 25-minute drive from Walla Walla is a delicious reason to visit Waitsburg, Washington. American 35 is a welcome addition to the quaint downtown with its family-friendly vibe, craft cocktails, and wood-fired pizza. Tom and Judy Bennett have owned and operated their mobile wood-fired pizza truck, Fiasco Pizza, for years. Their … Read More

Visit Your College Student and Have a Blast

If you have a kid attending Whitman College, Walla Walla University, or Walla Walla Community College, there can be many trips to Walla Walla during their studies. So, whether you’re helping them move in on day one, coming to see a special performance or presentation, attending family weekend, or celebrating their graduation, we’ve got a … Read More

Burwood Brewing is a Haven for Beer Lovers!

Burwood Brewing Company poured their first beer in 2014 and they’ve been serving the Walla Walla Valley delicious brews ever since. Located in the Airport District, this family-friendly brewery is just a few minutes away from downtown Walla Walla and offers incredible views of the Blue Mountains to enjoy with your cold beer(s). Here, you’ll … Read More

Shopping is Very Merry and Bright in Downtown Walla Walla!

Shopping is Very Merry and Bright in Downtown Walla Walla! It’s the most wonderful time of the year! The halls are decked in downtown Walla Walla and it’s the perfect place to do your last-minute holiday shopping. These boutiques, studios, and shops are open and waiting for you! D’Olivo Tasting Bar: For the chef in … Read More

Where to Sip Cider on Your Next Trip to Walla Walla 

Walla Walla’s abundance of apple orchards has created a burgeoning cider scene here in the Valley, and cider lovers can look forward to multiple options for local ciders on their next visit. Crisp and low in ABV, cider can be a refreshing, lighter alternative than wine (or beer), and you get the added bonus of … Read More

You’re on the nice list. Getaway to Walla Walla this holiday season!

There’s really nothing like a small-town holiday. Charming storefronts are decorated with care. Hand-made gifts and home-spun goodness abound. The lines are short (or non-existent). Santa and twinkle lights and cheer (both the wine-kind and the merry-kind) are everywhere. And in Walla Walla, you could visit just about any time in December and have an affordable, delightful holiday getaway. Here are our top picks to experience during your Small-Town Holiday Getaway in Walla Walla.