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This is a good place to stop when traveling. Produce and snacks are of a dependable quality but prices are comparable to a supermarket. Bathrooms are clean; personnel nice; not too touristy. The toasted corn is so much better than Corn Nuts; stock up!
Always a good selection and price (especially honey crisp) on apples. Packaged food is expensive, and surprisingly, they don't always carry other local fruits and vegetables. Was there mid-July, and though they had plenty of cherries, there were no local strawberries, blueberries or peaches in...More
We though we were making a short stop on our drive from Seattle to Tri-Cities, but this should have been one of our planned destinations. The produce there is wonderful and fresh - we didn't know where to stop. Cherries and asparagus were on, and...More
As you can tell by the picture this place is hard to miss. Though we were there at a time when there isn't much local fruit, we did get some Rainer cherries that were excellent. Good quick stop along the way.
Good selection of fruits and other PNW delicacies (applets, chukar cherries etc). The highlight is the antique store upstairs! Interesting and eclectic collection of books, toys, home furnishings and other knick knacks. It's a fun way to spend some time.
I love stopping here on the way to Ellensberg. The fruit is usually great and reasonably priced. The coffee stop is usually a necessary medication and while most of the " antique " floors are less than intriguing, every now and then a treasure can...More