Cedars Restaurant at Clover Island-Tri-cities, WA

Thank you everyone who entered the Yogurt Beach Gift Card Giveaway! The winner is: _melibee! I wrote the following feature, which appeared in the Tri-City Herald People’s Choice Awards 2016, here. 

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Dave and Darci, husband-and-wife owners of Cedars Restaurant have been in business for forty years and their children have worked in the restaurant as well.  Darci says, “This business is our life.”

Cedars is a special landmark of the Tri-Cities, situated on Clover Island, surrounded by gorgeous views of the Columbia River. Darci goes on to say, “Many of our guests came here for their first prom, first dates, got engaged here and continue to come here for their wedding anniversaries.  We’ve come to think of many of them as friends.  We love our customers.’

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In addition to enjoying deliciously cooked steaks or refreshing cocktails on their heated outdoor terrace or beside their large rock fireplace in the lounge, you can even pull up in your boat in one of Cedars docking facilities.  Customers also appreciate that Cedars is one of the few remaining restaurants in town that include everything in one price: entrée, bread, soup or salad and fresh sides.

Their lounge menu offers pub fare such as nachos, burgers, and fish and chips.  A well-known tradition at Cedars is when a customer turns twenty-one, they enjoy a Rum Barrel.  It is such a popular drink, Darci says, “In the summer, it’s not uncommon to see every patio table full with Ru Barrels.”  Lounge opens at 4 p.m., with the dining room open at 5 p.m. daily.



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Published by Whenintricities.com

by writer Alicia Walters, contributor to print and digital magazines.

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