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Taste Test (Road Trip Edition): The Yellow Church Café in Ellensburg

UPDATED: Thu., May 30, 2019

Who: The Yellow Church Café in Ellensburg

What: Stop en route to Seattle for a Crave NW event

When: Lunch on Wednesday, May 29, 2019

Where: 111 S. Pearl St., Ellensburg

Hours + website: 11 a.m.-9 p.m. Mondays-Thursdays and 8 a.m.-9 p.m. Fridays-Sundays; www.theyellowchurchcafe.com

Notes: Wednesday’s lunch stop – en route to Seattle with Adam Hegsted, Aaron Fish, Emily Crawford and Rachelle Minez for a Crave NW event – was the Yellow Church Cafe in Ellensburg, this journalist’s first time in Ellensburg.

If you want another option besides Sonic Drive-In, McDonald’s or Taco Bell – and there’s nothing wrong with these choices, like, at all – theYellow Church Café is a good option.

Lunch included linguini with sun-dried tomatoes (very heavy on the feta), side Caesar salad, grilled cheese sandwich, BLTA sandwich and an assortment of cookies. The service is friendly, and the church is charming.

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