If you are looking for a dining experience, try the Whitehouse-Crawford.
Established in a renovated 1904 mill, it’s a gorgeous brick building with an even more gorgeous dining room. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places with 100-year-old wood floors and original glass, this restaurant is worth a visit just to look at, but you will want to stay for the food.
Whitehouse-Crawford uses locally sourced ingredients, so the menu changes with the season, but it’s always an eclectic mix of dishes from all over the world – including Chinese steamed buns, Japanese-style fried chicken, mushroom ravioli, wild boar with mole and rava dosa, an Indian semolina crepe with spiced vegetables. They take walk-ins as well as reservations.
For more information, visit the Whitehouse-Crawford website.
55 W Cherry Street, Walla Walla