30 Things To Do in Pullman Washington: Day 29

As a Realtor that helps lots of folks relocate to our great community, I am often asked about things to do or great restaurants to visit.   One you must put on your short list of restaurants to try is "The Black Cypress." 

The Black Cypress is abosolutely amazing!  I have had the privilege of eating there many times, and it impresses me everytime.  Two of my favorites are the incredible pork chops....and the chicken is beyond words in my humble opinion.  And their rolls are irresistible.  I know...I have tried to resist to no avail!

I have both been treated and treated many people to a wonderful nite at the Cypress. They also have a great selection of beautiful wines and a great selection of some of the best micro brews to compliment your dinner.  They also have a intimate bar as well.  The service is exceptional...and I mean exceptional!  They are knowledgeable, friendly and serve in almost a seamless motion.

The restaurant is small and intimate.  They have recently expanded next door as well to sit larger parties.  I think that was a good move for this restaurant whose reputation is growing both in Pullman and outside Pullman as well.  So if you are near Pullman, you might want to treat yourself to dinner at the Black Cypress. 

They are located at 215 Main Street in downtown Pullman.  The bar is open 4 till lave Monday-Saturday, with dinner from 5-10 Monday-Saturday.

The Daily Grind

Willlow Center Raffle

Nectar Restaurant


Holiday Lights

Apple Cup 2012

Ice Skating


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 29 2012 03:58PM


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