When you have the opportunity to experience the local flavor, items that are produced and made right here, you can really get to know a place and its people. Our products are indicative of our people, down-to-earth and focused on creating a good quality of life.
Local restaurants feature Northwest specialties on their menu like salmon, trout and steelhead. Fresh huckleberries and morel mushrooms are in high demand when they come in season. And don’t leave for home without tasting our famous bite-size steak (fried or grilled) that’s on the menu at several area restaurants.
This region is considered part of the new frontier of wine-growing areas in the United States. But, we actually have a long wine history. Grapes wereRead More >>
MJ Barleyhopper's produces seven year-round hand-crafted ales in styles ranging from a light wheat to a stout and seasonal specialties such asRead More >>
Fresh produce, organic grains, local jams and jellies, honey, baked goods, wine, beer and other liquor are a few of the things you’ll want to sampleRead More >>
The Lewis Clark Valley's first legal distillery since Prohibition, Printer's Distillery, is located in an incubator building at the Port of Lewiston.Read More >>
Every Saturday, June – September, visit the Lewiston Farmers Market in downtown Lewiston. The market runs from 5:00-8:00 pm in the D Street ParkingRead More >>
Dining in Lewiston and Clarkston is generally a very casual experience. There are a few fine dining restaurants but casual dress is still welcome.Read More >>