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Where to get great food as Okanogan County enters Phase 2 of Washington’s Safe Start plan

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One great thing about owning Methow Valley real estate is being surrounded by excellent dining destinations. And with Okanogan County officially entering Phase 2 of the state’s Safe Start reopening plan, restrictions on local restaurants and eateries are gradually being lifted.

Here are 10 excellent local dining options to order from, whether you plan to dine out or simply buy a takeaway meal to enjoy at home:

Arrowleaf Bistro
207 White Avenue, Winthrop

Now welcoming guests back into their dining room during Friday to Sunday, Arrowleaf’s exquisite farm-to-table menu is ready to tickle Methow Valley residents’ taste buds all over again.

Blue Star Coffee Roasters
3 Twisp Airport Road, Twisp

Satisfy your craving for a piping hot cup of Blue Star’s rich brews from the safety of your own home. This beloved local roaster continues to serve the community with curbside pickups from Monday through Saturday.

Brix Wine Bar
29 Riverside Avenue Suite H, Winthrop

Home to more than 200 wines from Washington State and beyond, Winthrop’s only wine bar and bottle shop offers store pickups every Thursday through Sunday. Brix has also begun reopening for glass pours under Phase 2.

Copper Glance
134A Riverside Avenue, Winthrop

If you feel like indulging in beer, wine, or cocktails with a tasty meal over the weekend, Copper Glance surely will not disappoint. Must try items in their menu include the gruyere mac-and-cheese, Makhani Indian butter shrimp, and shiitake and vegetable red curry.

Duck Brand Hotel and Cantina
248 Riverside Avenue, Winthrop

Duck Brand is housed in a distinctive log cabin that adds a great ambience to your dining experience. But even if you choose takeaway orders for now, the food’s authentic Mexican flavors are sure to satisfy.

East 20 Pizza
720 WA-20, Winthrop

Winthrop’s best pizza and beer are available for takeout as Okanogan County enters Phase 2 of reopening plans. Soon enough you can expect outside seating, too, as the pizzeria gears up for the summer.

Glover Street Market
124 Glover Street North, Twisp

A great place to buy the freshest groceries, Glover Street Market also welcomes visitors to its kitchen, where delectable specialties await. Build up your immunity with a refreshing smoothie and pair it with a hearty breakfast plate.

The Methow Valley Ciderhouse
28 Highway 20, Winthrop

Now reopened for guests, the Ciderhouse offers a spacious amphitheater and a beautiful front deck for visitors interested in dining in. The ambience is perfect for savoring their mouthwatering smoked ribs, pulled pork, snacks, and desserts.

Rocking Horse Bakery
265 Riverside Avenue, Winthrop

Warm, freshly baked goods are always perfect for lifting up the spirits. Get yours here and be treated to a wide array of delicious handmade pastries, hearty sandwiches, and signature breads. Soups, salads, and smooth espresso drinks are available, as well.

Sheri’s Sweet Shoppe
207 Riverside Avenue, Winthrop

After the rough past few months, everyone deserves a treat or two. Sheri’s is the perfect place for exactly that, with a creative range of homemade ice creams, shakes, and candies to treat your sweet tooth. You can also get a breakfast sandwich and an espresso here too, if you crave something more savory.

On top of their knowledge of the best homes for sale in the Methow Valley and other outstanding Okanogan County communities, the local experts at Coldwell Banker Winthrop Realty can recommend more hidden gems of the Methow Valley lifestyle. Call 509.996.2121 or email info(at)cbwinthrop(dotted)com today.