Few places on earth come alive like Wenatchee, Washington in the Springtime. Imagine this delightful community that enjoys about 300 days of sunshine a year bursting out in vibrant Spring colors and giving everyone fortunate enough to live there the promise of endless Summer days ahead. Wenatchee can capture your heart in a second, but intrigue you for a lifetime!
Some might spend the day driving up the Wenatchee Valley, others might hike in one of the many state parks nearby, others will ride bicycles from morning til sunset, but whatever you do, come back to town for a great evening in Wenatchee! One amazing place to visit is McGlinn's Public House, at 111 Orondo Avenue.
McGlinn's takes you back generations to the days of the untamed wilderness that was Wenatchee and merges it with a sense of camaraderie seldom found outside the Emerald Isles. Housed in a building that was a rooming house when it was built in 1922 and later a billiards hall, McGlinn's is the kind of friendly place where delicious food is the bonus, not the objective, but you will be glad they put such an emphasis on their menu. It's earned high reviews from unlikely sources who swear by the fantastic food and craft ale taps.
Whether you enjoy the wood fired pizza, the wide variety of pastas or their signature Blackened Rib-eye steak, you are sure to leave McGlinn's knowing that a fine meal, good friends and carefully selected refreshments are the keys to making your time in Wenatchee something to talk about for years to come.
Wenatchee is a great place to visit any time of year, but Spring time is really something special. Whatever brings you to this lovely valley be sure to spend enough time here to leave with something to talk about, the sun, the outdoors or the good times you create afterward all make Wenatchee a unique Northwest experience!
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Pooler GA Realtor says
Next time I'm in your neck of the woods I will have to check out the great eats!