30 Things To Do in Pullman Washington: Day 28

Daily Grind Living in small town like Pullman, we have a lot of small independent restaurants and coffee shops.  One of the great downtown independent coffee shops is the Daily Grind.

The atmosphere is very casual with a unique mix of old chairs, tables and benches.  As it is located in historic downtown, the building affords lots of little spaces and rooms that provide great privacy for students studying and a great place to have coffee with friends or clients.  We also have our staff meetings there ocassionally.

The staff is friendly and they have greata barristas.  I personally have a few favorites. I have had a great mozerralla sandwich in the past, and for the morning I love my yogurt and granola with tea.  They also have great bagels, and some incredible looking goodies.

I often send clients down for a cup of coffee while I am working away getting there paperwork in order on an offer as it is just a block down the street.  And my clients all really enjoy going somewhere unique to Pullman.  So, stop in and give it a try!

 

Willlow Center Raffle

Nectar Restaurant

Fishing

Holiday Lights

Apple Cup 2012

Ice Skating

Swilly's

The Dahmen Barn
 
A Stroll Downtown Pullman

 Operation Christmas Child 

Sunnyside Park

Indoor Aquatics Center

Men's Basketball

Merry Cellars For Wine Tasting

A trip to Spokane WA & Couer d'Alene ID

 Village Cinemas

Cougar Football Dad's Weekend

Wine Tasting & Silent Auction

Chocolate Decadence - Shop Local Buy Local in Pullman

Zoe's Coffee House

Tour the WSU Football Premium Seating

Palouse Ridge Golf Course

Chipman Trail

Kamiak Butte

Pullman's Fair Trade Craft Fair

Zeppos Bowling

 

 

 

 

 

Comment balloon 0 commentsLori Churchill Cofer • November 28 2012 01:17PM

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