Wine country pairs best with a special night out and Walla Walla boasts a number of top notch fine dining options to delight the palate. Visitors can enjoy everything from tasteful taverna dishes to world-class mediterranean meals and steaks, all using locally sourced fare.
If you want to eat where the locals eat, you need to eat at TMACS.
Founded by Walla Walla native Tom Maccarone in 2005, add TMACS to your itinerary for lunch AND for dinner, though perhaps not on the same day.
Drop in for lunch (11am – 3pm) on the lovely sun or shade patio – no reservation required – and enjoy one of TMACS beautifully plated salads paired with a seasonal soup and a glass of wine. We are absolutely crazy about the Brussels Sprouts Salad, but feel free to choose your own adventure because it’s all delicious.
Make a reservation for dinner to revel in TMACS beautiful interior space and to explore the dinner menu (served 3pm-9pm). Main courses from the land & sea include impeccably prepared RR Ranch Beef Tenderloin and Alakan Halibut, alongside some of the most imaginative and flavorful sides you can dream of.
Or, take your dining experience to the next level by reserving TMACS Private Dining Room for a Chef’s Dinner for you and up to 13 of your friends and family. Paired with local wines and served in a luxurious private setting, this is the ultimate getaway meal that will have you and your friends talking for weeks after your Walla Walla vacation is over.
TMACS was originally opened in 2005 as T.Maccarone’s, and quickly became known for its understated luxury balanced with a family atmosphere and sophisticated menu. In 2019, T.Maccarone’s became TMACS and moved to its new location in The Showroom on Colville.
Built in the 1930’s as a showroom for auto sales in the center of downtown Walla Walla, The Showroom on Colville is also the host of TMACS Epicurean Kitchen, winery tasting rooms like Bergevin Lane and The Annex by Mark Ryan, boutique shops, an art gallery, a day spa, and a small grocer. While the highlight of this unique Walla Walla destination is arguably TMACS, it’s worth exploring the rest of The Showroom on Colville when you visit.
TMACS Founders, Tom Maccarone, Logan Thies, and Jose Mesa, live in Walla Walla and actively work in the business. On any given visit, Tom might be the one to greet you at the door as a welcomed friend. He has been known to sit down and enjoy a glass of wine with his guests (or even a meal). It’s this familial atmosphere and hospitality that has put Walla Walla on the map for wine lovers, culinary explorers, and national travel publications – and TMACS is a shining example of it, time after time.
In TMACS, Tom Maccarone’s vision of a restaurant that emphasizes community collaboration and relationship building has come to life. From the working with city officials and local charities, to sourcing local purveyors for fresh ingredients and products, Tom has a passion for the city of Walla Walla that lives in every dish, glass, and interaction at TMACS. When you visit, make TMACS part of your itinerary. It will become your vacation home away from home, a place where your fondest getaway memories and meals are shared.
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