Tri-Cities Restaurants

Best Bet Places To Eat


The Tri-Cities is turning into a culinary center of Washington State. Between the drive for entrepreneurship and the growth of the wine industry, there are new locally owned and operated restaurants opening every year. There are some hometown favorites and new comers on this list but all of them are delicious in their own right.

Lu Lu Craft Bar

As a Craft Bar & Kitchen, we pride ourselves in creating a unique dining experience every time a customer walks through our doors. We offer our unique flavors every day at LU LU from some of the hottest culinary minds from around the world.

Fat Olives

“Food Served With Pride Pepared With A Passion”

Fat Olive has become a mainstay in the heart of wine country. Artisinally crafted pizza and a menu with a nod to Tuscany mixed with a little bit of the Northwest.  A casual dining experience takes on a romantic feel when you enjoy the endless Tri-Cities sunny days out on the patio.

Porter’s Real Barbecue

You haven’t had “real” barbecue until you’ve tried the brisket, pulled pork, and ribs at Porter’s Real Barbecue. This is as local as you can get. Starting out of a food truck, Porter’s has grown into a hidden treasure where meat lovers go to take care of that appetite. 

Low and slow…and attention to detail separate Porter’s from the rest.

Brick House Pizza

West Richland is  the little sister to Richland but the flavor coming from Brickhouse is far from second fiddle to anywhere in the Tri-Cities.  If pizza isn’t what you’re craving they have phenomenal hot subs and cold drinks that will be sure to leave you satisfied.

Brickhouse Pizza

The Village Bistro

Serving Hearty Breakfasts, Soul Satisfying Lunches & Amazing Dinners. Locally owned and locally loved!