A Taste Sensation at Tulalip Resort Casino – Part One

Tulalip Resort Casino is a luxury resort worth visitingGet ready for a taste sensation at Tulalip Resort Casino, where you have eight amazing restaurants and eateries offering scrumptious food and beverages.

We recently spent 24 hours at this premier destination in Washington state that is an easy drive from any location between Vancouver and Seattle.

And we experienced a food, wine and cocktail extravaganza at six of those restaurants.

There is something for everybody, whether you visit the mouth-watering Journeys East, the cool The Draft Sports Bar, the spectacular Blackfish, the delicious Tula Bene or the comfy Cedars Cafe, like we did, or try the more casual Canoes CarveryEagles Buffet or Blazing Paddles.

This post and Part 2 showcase each of our six incredible drinking and dining experiences.
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A Taste Sensation at Tulalip Resort Casino – Part Two

Tulalip Resort Casino is a luxury resort worth visitingWe recently spent 24 hours at Tulalip Resort Casino, a premier destination in Washington state that is an easy drive from any location between Vancouver and Seattle. Our taste sensation experience at six restaurants continues in this post. You can read Part 1 here. Continue reading

Drink D2 Day from DeLille Cellars

DeLille Cellars Drink D2 Day is on Dec. 2, 2018Mark your calendars for Dec. 2, which is DeLille Cellars 2nd annual “Drink D2 Day!” This special day is also when the 2016 D2 will be released. It’s a milestone day, celebrating the  the 25th vintage of this outstanding Bordeaux blend.

D2 is one of two wines first made by DeLille Cellars in 1992, when the winery was founded. And here’s some Washington wine history for you: this beautiful wine pioneered the way for Bordeaux-style blends in Washington State.

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L’Ecole 41 in Walla Walla

L'Ecole 41 historic schoolhouse is a must stop on the way into Walla Walla.A trip to Walla Walla is not complete without stopping at L’Ecole 41 on the way into town. L’Ecole is the third oldest winery in the area, founded in 1983 in an historic schoolhouse. The restored tasting room is in a classroom, with original chalkboards, light fixtures, fir floors and moldings.

L’Ecole has been honored 14 times by Wine & Spirits Magazine as Winery of the Year. The wines we tasted last month underlined the many reasons why this recognition, and many other accolades, are so well-deserved.
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