Itinerary Suggested Season: Summer
Morning: Wake up rejuvenated at Best Western Premier Park Plaza Hotel + Conference Center in Puyallup. Make sure to fill up on their complimentary Belgium waffles or scrambled eggs before you begin your Puyallup culinary adventure.
Visiting for the weekend? After savoring your breakfast, visit the Downtown Puyallup Farmers' Market open starting in April at the Pioneer Park Pavilion. Visit with a wide variety of vendors including artisans, farmers and specialty food vendors. Make sure you sample the region’s freshest and finest foods before leaving.
Afternoon: Still hungry? Pursue the many food booths at the Downtown Puyallup Farmers' Market. You are sure to find something to soothe your palate. Try Greek, Mexican, BBQ and more.
Ready for dessert? A quick drive from Puyallup brings you to the city of Sumner, Rhubarb Pie Capital of the World! Sumner grows over 50 percent of the rhubarb in the U.S., and they are proud of it! Take a stroll down Main Street to visit the unique shops and cafés such as Berryland Café for a slice, or two, of locally baked and sourced, Sumner rhubarb pie.
Evening: After a day of farm-to-table experiences, take the edge off at the Puyallup River Alehouse and sample some local microbrews, brewed onsite. With an extensive selection to choose from, you’re sure to find one that will quench your thirst! Feel free to bring in your own food or enjoy on-the-go sandwiches and salads from Joeseppi's Italian Ristorante.