I love Seattle. I love Portland. But if I was going to get married again to my lovely wife of 12 years, and we lived in Seattle... we would be coming to Walla Walla to get married. It is perfect for a "not so far away destination wedding in a cool chill town". (and we cook goodish food too)
Keith and Leah's Wedding at Areus, situated right next to the rolling wheat fields. Here they are getting photos about 100 feet from the dining tables.
"Food was amazing, multiple people came up and mentioned that it was the best wedding food they had ever had."
"John, everything was perfect! We had a blast. Everyone said it was our best reunion ever! The food was excellent. I had at least 50 people compliment it. Everyone was very impressed . Your staff was wonderful. Very efficient and professional in every way. I can't thank you enough for everything."
Dinner the next night the family and I had some left over fresh peas from a catering, harvested by our farmer friends. Butter, parmesan, kosher salt, fresh pepper, tiny bit of garlic... oh man. They bring them to us shelled and ready to use. These will be on every menu next year early summer. Thank you Laura!!!
The opening salad course for our family style dinner at Figgins Family Vineyard site up Mill Creek. Everything on the plate was harvested the day before. Served with green goddess dressing.
This was for the Whitman Tennis and Wine Camp. A really cool weekend of tennis, wine, food, tennis, wine, food, tennis, wine, food, tennis. The favorite dinner of the camp a little bird told me.