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Barnard Griffin Winery Seafood Boil
September 18, 2014 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm$50 - $60
RICHLAND, Wash. — Just because this is the Pacific Northwest doesn’t mean we can’t appreciate a good ol’ Cajun party, so experience the Barnard Griffin Seafood Boil.
Crawfish, jumbo shrimp, littleneck clams and Andouille sausage – all complete with baby reds, corn and more. There will be cornpone with honey butter, collard green salad and lemon luscious tarts will be aplenty. And we’ll feature our brand new Albarino wine! We’ll even supply you with a bib ‘cause we’re real sweet like that.
Your ears will be delighted by the stylings of the Badger Mountain Dry Band. Tickets include dinner, two glasses of wine, banjoes playing in the background and a real sense of southern hospitality… who could put a price on that?
The large Barnard Griffin Winery Patio offers the perfect outdoor sanctuary. It is directly adjacent to the Wine Bar and Eatery that offers food, beer and award-winning wines from Barnard Griffin’s own cellars.
And the focus is on fresh, light and contemporary cuisine — often with a Mediterranean accent. Temptations include flatbreads, sandwiches, soups, cured meats, cheeses, small-plate appetizers and amazing salads. Happy hour features light appetizers, beer and wine. Dinner offers the above in addition to sophisticated wine pairings that will open new vistas for your dining pleasure.
Live music is featured out on the patio Fridays and Saturdays starting at 7 p.m. There is no cover, and the patio features fire pits for nighttime ambiance and market umbrellas for the bright sun.
The interior décor is awash with colorful glass mobiles created by Deborah Barnard, the winery’s resident fused-glass artisan and co-owner. The tasting room is next door when you’re ready for a more in-depth exploration of the world-class wines produced by the winery.
The Wine Bar and Eatery is within Barnard Griffin Winery on Tulip Lane, just off the Queensgate exit off Interstate 182.
$5 small plates and $2 off glass pours.
Monday-Saturday 4-6 p.m.
All day Sunday
Patio, wine bar and eatery hours
Open Monday-Thursday: 4-9 p.m.
Open Friday-Saturday: noon-9 p.m.
Live music most Saturdays
Open Sunday: noon – 5 p.m.
Barnard Griffin Winery
878 Tulip Lane
Richland, WA 99352