Treat yourself to good food and drink at Toscanos in Puyallup.
Pair your entree with a glass of wine or draft beer — this restaurant has a fully-stocked bar to complement your meal.
Youngsters don't need to sit out a trip to this restaurant — it's super family-friendly and perfect for little diners and their folks.
Toscanos provides a fun vibe with a great happy hour atmosphere.
Toscanos is a prime location to dine with a group.
Dine under the sun (or stars) at Toscanos with their charming outdoor seating.
Get online for free courtesy of Toscanos' wifi.
Give the restaurant a call to reserve your table if you're headed over on a weeknight — it can get quite busy with the after-work crowds.
If you're in a hurry, place an order for pickup instead.
A catering menu is also available if you're looking to dazzle the patrons at your next shindig.
For drivers, a nearby lot is available for use.
Meals at Toscanos usually set you back about $30 per diner.
Perry and Penny grew up together near Prosser, Washington in the 1970s, and were close friends throughout elementary school. More than 20 years later, the two rekindled their friendship but it wasn't all smooth sailing from the start. That year, Penny started making fortified blackberry wine, which Perry described as, "indescribably undrinkable." More than a little annoyed by this harsh judgment, Penny challenged Perry to do better. The result of this winemaking challenge was four cases of merlot that won a second-place ribbon among the amateur entrants at the Puyallup Fair. Stina's Cellars grew from this initial success, and over time production grew and grew, until finally the team was able to move into a small facility and officially open the winery for business in 2006.
At the winery, Perry and Penny—joined by helpful family and friends—make small batches of wine using grapes grown throughout eastern and western Washington. The type of wines they make changes frequently, but past bottles have included a dark and fruity syrah balanced by its bold tannic structure as well as an amber-hued roussane with hints of poached peaches and a pronounced nuttiness reminiscent of sherry. These wines appear on store shelves and restaurant menus throughout the region, but can also be sampled inside Stina's Cellars tasting room. Visitors are encouraged to stop in, try some samples, and attempt to guess which wine bottle contains a wish-granting genie.
Whether you're a full-body drinker or prefer something on the lighter end, make sure to swing by Eatonville's Stringtown Cellars & Lavender Farm for a look into truly fine wine.
The doors are open for you at this winery with their people friendly restaurant and great, home-cooked food.
Take the edge off with a nice drink.
Parking is available at an adjacent lot.
Discover your inner wine connoisseur as you try a variety of bouquets and styles at Stringtown Cellars & Lavender Farm in Eatonville.
Every time he begins a new handcrafted batch, winemaker Philip Coates strives to bring out the elemental flavors of his Washington-grown grapes. A limited production schedule lets Philip and his team spend more time on each varietal, de-stemming grapes by hand before fermenting batches with native yeasts and aging them. Next, they fill, cork, and wax each bottle by hand before applying labels designed by local artists.
Though his repertoire has grown since 21 Cellars’ inception in 2003, Philip’s specialty remains bordeaux varietals, including a 2009 malbec and the 2006 Pont 21 cabernet sauvignon, which _Seattle _ magazine deemed Washington’s top new wine of 2011. Alongside wine by the bottle, staffers pour samples of current wines at weekly tastings at 21 Cellars’ own tasting room.
Beneath the exposed beams of a vaulted ceiling, rows of dark tables serve as a platform for Cork! A Wine Bar’s spectrum of reds and whites. Sourced primarily from the Northwest, these vinous sips pair with a menu of warm flatbreads, rich cheeses, and pots of fondue that melt and bubble like a herd of Peeps lost in the desert. Patrons can sidle up to the bar for a pour of shiraz or a sudsy beer before kicking back in one of Cork's two lounge areas where espresso-hued leather chairs huddle together around low-lit lamps and small tables.
You can't beat the classics. Stop in at Tacoma Wine Merchants for some good home American cooking.
Complement your meal with a beer or wine from this restaurant's delightful drink menu.
For quick and easy parking near Tacoma Wine Merchants, park on the street.
Tacoma Wine Merchants offers outdoor bike racks for cyclists.
So when you're in the mood for some delicious American dishes, don't look further than Tacoma Wine Merchants.