Richland's core downtown hosts an abundance of locally owned restaurants, with menus from top chefs catering to every palette. The historic Parkway boasts barbeque, gourmet cheeses, paninis, and pasta from several restaurants. The Parkway's year-round options are complemented by one of the busiest eastern Washington farmer's markets, Market at the Parkway, which runs June through October. Opposite the downtown, The Uptown area has several long-running family owned restaurants, with a large variety of international cuisines.
A variety of local independent and national chains are established in Richland's Queensgate / Vintner's Square development. A quick drive from nearly anywhere in the Tri-Cities, these restaurants offer a wide selection for any appetite.
A quick bike ride along the Sacajawea Heritage Trail will bring you to Tulip Lane, a beautiful wine village nestled high above the Yakima River with views wide and far. The wineries along Tulip Lane offer many options for brunch, lunch, and dinner with a range of cuisine for any palette all paired with your favorite award winning Washington wines.