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The Visitors Guide to Downtown Wenatchee

Grant County, WA has a ton of towns to explore, and the biggest town around is Wenatchee. This old American town has a lot of the charm you'd expect from a rural destination, with a strong sense of culture and a diverse array of food in the center of town.

If you plan on strolling downtown on your Washington vacation, make sure to swing by these locations. Some work well for a romantic getaway; others work better if you have children, but they are all a blast!

Best Restaurants and Bars in Downtown Wenatchee

Wild Huckleberry

Hours:
Sunday and Monday: 7AM-2PM
Tuesday - Saturday: 7AM-2PM, 4:30PM-9PM

Wild Huckleberry offers Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner menu options. It's a classy cafe that offers generous portions at an affordable price!

Menu
Rib Eye Steak
New York Strip
Steak and Lobster
Santa Fe Maple Salmon
Chicken Marsala
Chicken Gorgonzola

The Paradise Restaurant

Hours:
Tuesday - Saturday: 11AM-9PM

If you are looking for a fast casual restaurant, The Paradise is the place to be! You can grab tasty burgers and fish and chips. Great serving sizes.

Menu
Fish and Chips
Chicken Dish
Salmon Fillet
Chef Salad
Grilled Jalapeno and Onion Lime Burger

Inna's Cuisine

Hours:
Tuesday - Saturday: 11AM-9PM

Inna's Cuisine is a self-proclaimed European restaurant. You can get food from France, Spain, and more. They are considered by many of our guests to be one of the finest dining experiences in Wenatchee.

Menu
Stuffed Mushrooms
Captain Crunch Chicken Strips
Arrabiata Salmon
Chicken Pistachio
Steak and Prawns
Lamb with Cherry Sauce
Stuffed Chicken Breast

Shopping in Wenatchee

Ye Olde Bookshop

Address: 11 Palouse St
Hours:
Monday: 11AM-6PM
Tuesday - Thursday: 10AM-6PM
Friday - Saturday: 10AM-7PM

If you are looking for something to read to pass the time, Ye Olde Bookshop likely has it. Read new books, classics, and everything in between.

Mulberry Manor Boutique

Address: 6 S Wenatchee Ave
Hours: Open 24 hours a day.

Come to Mulberry Manor for cool decorations and well-crafted furniture, clothes, and anything else that you could want. It's a cute store with a lot of personality.

Tumbleweed

Address: 26 N Wenatchee Ave
Hours:
Monday - Saturday: 11AM-6PM
Sunday: 12PM-4PM

Tumbleweed is a jewelry store that has a gorgeous selection of bracelets, earrings, necklaces, and spa accessories. This store is a girl's dream!

Ohme Gardens

Hours: 9AM - 6PM
Address: 3327 Ohme Rd.

Ohme Garden Map

Click here to get a layout of the Ohme Garden property.

Admission Prices:

Adults: $8
Youth (ages 6-17): $4
Kids (under 5): FREE

The Ohme Gardens were originally a 40 acre plot of land owned by Herman Ohme. A man of the land, he wanted to turn his acres into a beautiful plot of foliage to escape from the desert heat.

In the distance you'll catch a glimpse of the Cascade Mountains. As you walk along the paths you'll find all sorts of flora that are native to Washington.

Events

On some days, you can come to the gardens for a specific event. For example, they offer Yoga in the Garden on certain days. They also host movie nights. Check out the event calendar here!

Wenatchee Valley Museum

Hours: 10AM - 4PM (Tuesday - Saturday)
Address: 127 S Mission St

Admission Prices:

Adults: $5
Seniors and Students: $4
Children (ages 6-12): $2
Young Kids (under 5): FREE

You and your family can learn about the Wenatchee people throughout history. Witness some historical exhibits about the railroad and American Indians. It's a great learning opportunity for children and adults.
Overall, downtown Wenatchee is well-worth your time and money. You can spend money on a fun night out, or a tasty treat.