Here are the top 5 restaurants in Wenatchee according to Yelp.
It’s no secret, I love food and I love to eat out. I got curious the other day and decided to find out what other people in Wenatchee thought the best restaurants in Wenatchee were. So, I did something I have never done, I went to Yelp to see what the top 5 are.
Counting down from the bottom.
5: Rail Station & Ale House, www.railstationwenatchee.com , 29 N Columbia St Wenatchee, WA 98801
This building goes back to the days when it was part of a lumber yard. Then in the 70’s the building was renovated and became a dance club and then a series of restaurants. It’s been years since I have eaten there so I guess I need to give them a try.
4: Sweetwood BBQ, 905 N Wenatchee Ave Wenatchee, WA 98801
I am no stranger here. I prefer the ribs and pulled pork sandwich but the real deal for me is the brisket poutine. The brisket poutine way more than one normal person can eat so I suggest it as an appetizer for several people. I love it but one warning, it does not travel well. The fries tend to get soggy after a night in the fridge.
3: Atlas Fare, www.atlasfare.com , 137 N Wenatchee Ave Ste 103 Wenatchee, WA 98801
I have not yet tried them but I love sea food so I need to put them on my list.
2: McGlinn’s Public House, www.mcglinns.com , 111 Orondo Ave Wenatchee, WA 98801
It’s been a while since the last time I had lunch or dinner at McGlinn’s but the kitchen has always been excellent. I can’t remember a time when McGlinn’s was not there.
1: Wild Huckleberry, www.wildhuck.com , 302 S Mission St Wenatchee, WA 98801
My only experience with Wild Huckleberry has been breakfast and that was a few years ago. I remember it being verry good. The Wild Huckleberry in downtown Wenatchee resides in a classic home that was built in 1917 and now listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Also look for them in Peshastin, and Pybus Public Market.