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Whether you want to spend the night, the weekend, or the week, Central Washington Color has created suggestions to help you get the most out of your trip to Central Washington. Each suggested itinerary is customized to your Central Washington Color, explore Central Washington with your personality in mind!


By providing you with three different suggestions for mornings, afternoons, and evenings, you can customize your trip even more! Choose your favorite suggestions for a creative getaway you won't forget!


Spend the Night
Lodging
Spruce Moose Inn
102 E. Pennsylvania Ave., Roslyn

The Spruce Moose Inn is a charming, tiny, European style inn in the heart of historic downtown Roslyn. Three rooms share common amenities and encourage guests to get to know each other. Quiet and cozy, this hidden treasure is a great option for an overnight stay.

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For additional lodging options, check out Huckleberry House (301 Pennsylvania Ave., Roslyn) or the Roslyn Inn (102 S. 5th St., Roslyn).

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Day One: Afternoon

Daily Bread and Mercantile
306 S. Main St. #2, Ellensburg

Fresh, homemade sandwiches and soup are served up daily. Carrying specialty baking and cooking supplies, the Daily Bread is the perfect spot to search for holiday gifts for the baker in your life. Be sure to also get a loaf of yummy fresh bread to take home with you!

More Possibilities:
Take a stroll through Paul Rogers Park (Vantage Highway to Pfenning or Wilson Creek) or visit Fused Glass Studio and Gift Shop (101 E. Pennsylvania Ave., Roslyn).

Day One: Evening

Parlour Car Bistro
105 Pennsylvania Ave., Cle Elum

Parlour Car Bistro offers a relaxed, eclectic space to enjoy delicious, locally sourced food. Grab a seat near one of the fireplaces to sip a glass of wine or a martini. The atmosphere is casual, but the food and drinks are certainly not. Expect the best ingredients, beautiful presentation, and exceptional tastes when you dine at the Parlour Car Bistro.

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Try The Porch (608 N. Main St., Ellensburg) for another dinner option, then catch the sunset on an Evening Hike! Favorite trails include the Wind Farm, Umptanum Falls, Manastash Ridge, Canyon Ridge and the Rat Pack Trail.

Day Two: Morning

Gunnar's Bistro
811 Hwy 970 #6, Cle Elum

Begin your day at Gunnar's Bistro with a yummy breakfast and a walk through their whole foods market which shares the space. We recommend a slice of their freshly baked quiche and a fresh juice!

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Breakfasts from the Yellow Church Cafe (111 S. Pearl St., Ellensburg) or the Roslyn Cafe (201 W. Pennsylvania Ave., Roslyn) are also delightful.

Day Two: Afternoon

Cornerstone Pie
307 E. 5th Ave., Ellensburg

This pizza spot serves up delicious pies with unique toppings in an even more unique atmosphere. The building incorporates many elements of repurposed and recycled materials, as well as some historical artifacts of Ellensburg history. The acid-stained and stenciled floors, the Steam Punk design, and the substantial basalt boulders used in landscaping, are just a few of the intriguing elements which make for a remarkable dining experience at Cornerstone Pie.

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After lunch, find inspiration at the Clymer Museum and Gallery (416 N. Pearl St., Ellensburg) or go antiquing in Ellensburg!






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