Discovering Woodinville Wine Country

Our first stop in discovering Woodinville Wine Country was Woodin Creek Village, an adorable collection of living, shopping, eating and drinking venues with massive neighborhood gardens of colorful fresh flowers growing along the streets. We picked Woodin Creek Kitchen & Tap for it’s outside tables on a gorgeous PNW summer day, but we’ll go back for the delicious food!

Outdoor seating here makes for wonderful people and puppy watching, but I was distracted by the awesome food! I had pulled pork sliders with mango coleslaw and a tangy Korean BBQ sauce with the perfect kick. Cheryl’s chicken and Brie sandwich was topped with soft brioche bun that practically melted in your mouth. And the fries! Wow! We shared both truffle fries and those lightly covered with garlic and Parmesan cheese; but other choices included regular fries, tater tots and sweet potato fries…yum!! An extensive menu of local brews are on tap as well as wines by the glass and the bottle. We were in a beer mood and happily found a past favorite of ours when we’d lived here, Mac & Jacks African Amber, made right down the road in Redmond, Wa. We’d just missed their Weekend Brunch Breakfast (stops at 2pm), but those selections looked definitely worth a visit.

Highly recommend the Woodin Creek Kitchen & Tap!

An urban oasis exists in Woodinville Wine Country!

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Lisa is a traveler, photographer and pharmacist. She and her partner Cheryl MacDonald enjoy sharing inspiration and good health with fellow travelers!

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