Five days a week, certified farrier Jimmy Brown “hoofs” it out the door to make sure all of his equine customers in the area get the hoof care they need. He's been working with horses in Wenatchee and the surrounding area for four years.
Although SWEETWOOD BBQ is run by the son and daughter-in-law of the owners of Cashmere staple, Country Boy’s, Benj and Kelsey Dew set themselves apart with a different menu, a plethora of Skookum memorabilia, and an atmosphere that is all their own.
To Thaddeus Deane’s customers, the name of his store could not be any more fitting. The venue is a Sanctuary for people to pursue their Magic: The Gathering hobby, and to just spend time enjoying conversations with people who share that interest in a positive environment.
If you’re looking for a trip back to the '50s, the 59er Diner is for you. The retro, old-fashioned memorabilia, and the good old combo of a burger and a milkshake calls to older customers’ sense of nostalgia, and younger customers are drawn to their unique style.
At a tourist destination like Pybus market, vendors struggle to attract these temporary customers as well as returning local customers. Balsamroot Boutique wasted no time in bridging that gap with their unique local products and hospitable environment.
On Wenatchee Avenue, there lies a haven for your feline and canine companions, an animal spa where your pets can be spoiled beyond their wildest dreams while you shop for toys, treats, and other goodies to satisfy your furry friend.
When you first walk through the doors of Thongbai Thai, your eyes are pulled in many different directions. The ornate decorations on the wall, the stylistic themes that echo throughout the entire restaurant, and a woman with a warm smile welcoming you into her restaurant in a way that makes you feel at home.
The average American spends four years of their life in a vehicle, according to a study done by the Harvard Health Watch. Performance Auto Sound is dedicated to making those four years as enjoyable as possible.