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Delicious Downtown

We're in kind of a great location. 3rd and Main. I mean, how much more small-town, "Main Street" can you get. I just wish I had a white picket fence around the store to complete the whole image. Anyway, we get a fair amount of people through the store, quite often out-of-towners. One of the more common questions we get, after computer- and internet-related questions, is "Where is there a good place to eat close by?" So, here's my list. Not really in any particular order but I have eaten and continue to eat at all these places. These are my favorites:

Yellow Church Cafe. Oh, boy! I just had one of the best steaks I'd had in a long time there. It's a cafe, noise and all. You talk, you laugh, the people in the next table laugh and quite often, they're laughing at the joke you just told. Gordy Wollen, proprietor of the Cafe, will pop out of nowhere, pull up a chair at your table and open a bottle of wine from his wine shop (we'll talk about Ellensburg Wine Works later. Man, is that a fun place to spend a few hours every week.). You don't feel guilty about being loud. It's kinda like Thanksgiving dinner with a bunch of relatives you just met. And they do lunch and do it well. Heavenly Loaf, anyone? http://www.yellowchurchcafe.com 933-2233

Panda Garden. Granted, they're right across the street from us so it's convenient but I like their food, especially the Mongolian beef and Mandarin chicken. If you're vegetarian, the veggie and tofu dishes are right up your alley and very good. We grab takeout from there at least twice a week. 925-2090

Sazon. Great! It's eclectic, fusion-y, interesting and they're not afraid to spice things up. I like spicy food but so many restaurants think spicy means a single dash of cayenne pepper. Not here. When the menu says spicy, you can taste it and I think it's wonderful. Good wine list, good beer selection and great service. http://www.sazonellensburg.com/

Roadhouse Grill. Ok. It's not downtown but it's worth a visit and then a return visit. We've been there for breakfast (weekends only), lunch, dinner, happy hour...you should go, too. Large menu but some great daily specials. The tomato/basil bisque is great, the portions are large and the food is good. Oh, yeah...the bar selection is better than most places and the bartenders know how to make a good Manhattan (Knob Creek bourbon). Try it once, you'll be back. http://www.theroadhousegrill.net

That's a good start for now. I'll add more later but that's the list I always start with when someone asks me where to get a good/fun/interesting/best place to eat in town meal.

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