Anthony's at Columbia Point

550 Columbia Point Drive
Richland, WA
Phone: (509) 946-3474
The well-loved Northwest family of seafood restaurant brings its trademark blend of elegant, splurge-worthy seafood and excellent service to Columbia Point Marina.

Budd's Broiler

450 Columbia Point Dr.
Richland, WA
Phone: (509) 946-8178
The lively steakhouse next to its sister restaurant, Anthony's at Columbia Point, offers a variety of cuts from the Northwest's Snake River Farms and Double R Ranch, as well as fresh seafood, with marina views from its lively patio. It also hosts one of the most popular (and longest) happy hours in town, 3–7 p.m., daily.

Cedars Restaurant and Lounge

355 Clover Island Drive
Kennewick, WA
Phone: (509) 582-2143
Sautéed mushrooms, crab legs and pepper steaks are among the highlights of a menu that offers a throwback, of sorts, to 70s-style dining along the Columbia River. So go ahead and sip that tequila sunrise (pictured above) as you gaze out the window at the picturesque Ed Hendler (Cable) Bridge, which connects Kennewick and Pasco.

Drumheller's Food & Drink

530 Columbia Point Drive
Richland, WA
Phone: (509) 713-7423
The restaurant at The Lodge at Columbia Point brings seasonal Northwest cuisine to an airy setting, with floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the comings and goings in the marina and along the Columbia River. The beverage selection includes 82 Northwest wines by the glass and artisan cocktails.

Fat Olives

255 Williams Blvd.
Richland, WA
Phone: (509) 946-6404
An expansive menu offering everything from pizza, sandwiches and burgers to pasta and Mediterranean-inspired entrees ensures something for just about every appetite.

Fiction @ J. Bookwalter

894 Tulip Lane
Richland, WA
Phone: (509) 627-5000
Northwest cuisine gets a comfort-focused twist for lunch, dinner and brunch at this elegant-yet-approachable space. The offerings range from shareable small plates, flatbreads and wine-friendly charcuterie plates to steak and pasta entrees. In addition to J. Bookwalter wines, beverage choices include spirits, craft cocktails and microbrews. Happy hour favorites include Wagyu beef sliders and avocado fries. Patio seats, bocce ball and live music provide reasons to settle in and stay.

Lu Lu Craft Bar + Kitchen

606 Columbia Point Dr.
Richland, WA
Phone: (509) 713-7880
The family behind nearby Easterday farms presents American classics such as burgers and steaks with a modern, locavore twist at Columbia Point Marina. A beverage selection that includes barrel aged cocktails, craft brews and Northwest wines keeps things fun.

Porter's Real Barbecue--Kennewick

705 The Parkway
Richland, WA
Phone: (509) 942-9590
Near Howard Amon Park, the original Richland location of this popular barbecue joint, which started out as a food truck, serves tender, juicy smoked barbecue favorites, including brisket, St. Louis–style ribs, turkey and pulled pork. Tasty sides include gouda mac-and-cheese; craft beer and homemade sweet tea make for equally tempting beverage choices.

Porter's Real Barbecue--Richland

1022 N. Columbia Center Blvd.
Kennewick, WA
Phone: (509) 942-9590
Near Three Rivers Convention Center, the Kennewick location of this locally owned and operated barbecue joint serves tender, juicy smoked barbecue favorites (including brisket, St. Louis–style ribs, turkey and pulled pork) with homemade sides, including a killer smoked gouda mac-and-cheese. Your toughest decision will be deciding whether you want to wash it down with a craft brew or sweet tea.

Proof Gastropub

924 N. Columbia Center Blvd. Ste. 310
Kennewick, WA
Phone: (509) 820-3321
Just a stone's throw from Three River's Convention Center, Proof offers a refined setting and menu for burgers, sandwiches, salads and other pub favorites. In addition to craft brews and Northwest wines, beverage selections include craft cocktails and infused spirits, perfect for sipping on its shaded patio.

Spudnut Shop

228 Williams Ave.
Richland, WA
Phone: (509) 943-3000
Donuts are not the first things that come to mind for a wine country getaway, but the Spudnut Shop scores points for lovable kitsch. Established in 1948 by the current owner's father, the shop was once part of a nationwide chain, famous for making donuts with a batter containing potato flour. After the chain broke up, a dozen or so, including the Richland location, remained in business, under independent ownership. Today, the Richland shop still uses potato flour to make delicious cake and raised donuts. It's a sweet way to start the day, six days a week (the shop is closed on Sundays).

Taverna Tagaris

844 Tulip Lane
Richland, WA
Phone: (509) 628-0020
Tagaris Winery’s onsite restaurant serves wine-friendly tapas, flatbreads, pastas and roasted meats in a setting that feels like a Mediterranean villa. The spacious, modern setting offers indoor and outdoor seating, with a firepit in the patio.

The Kitchen @ BG

878 Tulip Lane
Richland, WA
Phone: (509) 627-0266
Locally sourced cuisine designed to pair well with Bernard Griffin's wines star on an eclectic menu. The offerings range from salads and cheese plates to hearty entrees. Seating is available on the patio and in a dining room adorned with glass art by Deborah Bernard, who co-founded the winery with her husband, Rob Griffin. Bernard also leads workshops in the onsite glass art studio.

Twigs Bistro & Martini Bar

303 E. Columbia Drive
Columbia Center Mall
Kennewick, WA
Phone: (509) 735-3411
The Tri-Cities location for this group of premium casual restaurants offers everything you'd need to revive your palate after a day of tasting or quench your thirst after a round of golf. Selections on the global-comfort menu include shrimp and grits, kalua pork tacos, Moroccan beef tenders, a variety of flatbreads and more. Big screens throughout the space make it easy to keep up on the day's sports action, if you're into that.

Vine Wine & Craft Bar

530 Columbia Point Drive
Richland, WA
Phone: (509) 713-7423
The wine bar and cocktail lodge at The Lodge at Columbia Point goes "all in" on artisan beverages and foods. This casual spot offers an expansive selection of Northwest wines, craft beers and locally made spirits, plus noshable small-plate dishes sourced from local and regional farms and food purveyors.