5 based on 60 reviews
Great roast and service just south of town. Good for a sit down cup or to go. Many of the local places serve Blue Star so use that as a deciding factor.
4.5 based on 154 reviews
We had lunch there- clean and inviting place with large seating area, nice selection on the menu - we shared a black bean/veggie wrap and a pasta salad- both were fresh and flavorful. Service was fast and friendly.
4.5 based on 114 reviews
This is a small unpretentious restaurant in a tiny town. We received a friendly welcome and were seated and served promptly. The menu offers the usual Mexican fare and also some pasta dishes! We both had Mexican; a giant burrito and the shrimp tostadas - we were very happy. Our dishes were fresh, hot and tasty - no complaints at all! Reasonable prices too.
4.5 based on 116 reviews
Tappi is only open Friday, Saturday & Sunday so make a reservation.
Sunday night at 6:30 was perfect for a table of two.
Started with the cuscino bread served w/ chèvre & honey. Mouthwatering good.
Had the Peroni beer & Lambrusco sparkling red wine.
Went with the Felix pizza of sausage, onions & oregano. Hubby had the daily special pizza William of olives, ham & pineapple.
Both excellent choices!
Another glass of Lambrusco (only $8) & the Italian amber beer Moretti. No room for pana cotta this time. But they did look nice....chocolate or strawberry/raspberry.
Great young waitress who served us last year so nice to see she's still there, she knows the menu well.
The restaurant is still up for sale....but we're glad it hasn't sold
5 based on 21 reviews
Stopped here for soup and sandwich. Large portions -I got a bowl of soup and a full size sandwich for a decent price. Organic grocery store so you can stock up before a road trip or camping trip.
4.5 based on 36 reviews
This met my expectations of a pizza place in a tiny town. Service was a bit slow, food was very good but nothing to rave about. I'd visit again if I was in the area.
5 based on 6 reviews
We went on their opening day, fully expecting to experience some of that "first day chaos" that can accompany a new business. But no. It was a fantastic experience from the atmosphere to the service (very pleasant and just the right amount of attentive) to the food. My husband had the ribs and I had the Korean Street tacos. Both were very good! Don't miss this place, we will be back!
4 based on 9 reviews
Come have some drinks at the BI! Where the drinks are full and the fun never stops.
They are a place to drink, not eat if time is of the essence as their kitchen is inadequate to serve a group of 20. The wait for the decent quality bar food was way too long and their electronic credit card processing system was not up to the number of cards presented.
4.5 based on 5 reviews
We like the food, spicey and delicious that we get when visiting Twisp. Near Cinnamon Twisp Bakery, El Sabor Norteno has a beautiful host. We have eaten their delicious tacos and savor the fresh flavors. We have also eaten their burritos in the past. It's a little place and the food is authentic and satisfies that soul need we get for good Mexican food. Great for takeout and a picnic in the high country of the surrounding mountain canyons.
4 based on 1 reviews
Very nice sandwiches and burgers on their own soft bakery rolls! Try the band mi with pulled pork or chicken. Great hand cut fries as well.
I believe the hours are 11 am to 3 pm at twisp works Tuesday thru Friday. Saturday's they are located at the twisp farmers market.
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