See us in Sunset’s new book: “Eating Up the West Coast”

west-coast-cover1We recently were thrilled to discover that the Olympic Timberhouse was given a gorgeous five-page spread in Sunset’s great new travel / foodie book!

Find it on!

Sunset – Eating Up the West Coast:
The best road trips, restaurants, and recipes from California to Washington
by Brigit Binns (Author)

From Amazon: “Sunset Magazine and cookbook author and Road Foodie blogger Brigit Binns team up to take readers on a mouthwatering tour along scenic highways and picturesque back roads of the Pacific coast. Brigit and her trusty canine companion, Stella, make their way up the region in four bites–Southern California, Northern California, Oregon, and Washington–discovering local eateries, dives, and cafes that showcase the true flavors of each region. More than 125 delicious and authentic recipes fill the pages of this part cookbook, part delicious journey, along with tales from owners, patrons, and employees that bring each restaurant’s and region’s personality to light. Impeccable full color photography also graces the pages, taking readers both inside these landmark gems and outside to the surrounding scenery. Sunset’s Eating Up the West Coast is a discovery guide for anyone who loves to eat great local food and venture off the beaten path.”

Publisher: Oxmoor House (April 28, 2015)
ISBN-10: 0376083131
ISBN-13: 978-0376083135
Product Dimensions: 8.8 x 1 x 9.8 inches


Publishers Weekly Book review:


Author Brigit Binns

“As the East Coast continues to wait on springlike temperatures, author Binns and the editors of Sunset magazine have a sun-splashed, gastronomic guidebook to the ultimate West Coast culinary road trip. With her dog, Stella, Binns visited more than 75 cafes, steakhouses, diners, upscale eateries, breakfast joints, and dives. Divided into four sections—Southern California, Northern California, Oregon, and Washington—each offers distinct routes showcasing the West’s “unmatched coastal beauty.”

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