Paul and Jenni McNeil are not satisfied with just being “good enough.” That’s why at Stones Gastropub in downtown Wenatchee, the McNeil’s are always trying to improve, adapt, and find the next hit on their ever-changing menu.
Since David Kaylor started Harvest Valley Pest Control in March of 2016, the company has grown from one employee and one location (Wenatchee) to nine employees serving the Wenatchee Valley, Moses Lake, Chelan, Quincy, Cashmere, Leavenworth and everywhere in between.
Lindsey and Noah Dahlstrom left Seattle in June of 2014 and by August of the same year, Argonaut Espresso Bar & Sidewalk Café was born at the mouth of Front Street in Leavenworth. Enamored by mountains, the Dahlstroms named their “small but mighty” Espresso Bar after Argonaut Peak in the Stuart Mountain Range, more commonly known by hiking aficionados as The Enchantments.
It may seem that a background in technology would be relatively useless for a man running a coin, jewelry, and precious metals store, but Dean Warren of Wenatchee Coin & Jewelry says his prior experiences put him on the cutting edge of the industry.
In March of 2012, Nick McLean Real Estate Group’s guaranteed sell program was going nowhere. The program, which is now heard on radios across the Wenatchee Valley and seen on the web and billboards alike, was implemented to assure potential clientele did not assume all the risk in selling a home.
When Zeb Postelwait decided to make the jump from manager to owner of Lemolo Café and Deli on Wenatchee Avenue, he kept the name but changed nearly everything else. Postelwait owns the establishment with his brother, Avery Postelwait, and immediately decided to make changes to the eatery’s décor and menu.
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.
The outside of Ye Olde Bookshoppe can be deceiving. To the passerby, it appears as a little corner shop with barely enough room to stretch your legs. Beyond the front door, however, a labyrinth of books ranging from classic literature, to college textbooks, to U.S. history are just waiting to be pulled off the shelves by local readers.