Canyon River Grill is Back Open for Riverside Dining

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Chef Kevin Davis and the crew of the Canyon River Grill are delighted to welcome diners back to the restaurant beginning Friday, February 5th.

The deck has been renovated and is now equipped with awnings, curtains and heaters, meaning diners can again enjoy some of the best food in the Yakima Valley in comfort and safety, overlooking the stunning Yakima River Canyon.
 
Known for his deft touch with seafood, Chef Davis's menu will also feature Prime Washington beef, Kurobuta Pork, Superior Farms Lamb and of course the ubiquitous fried chicken. The restaurant also has an extensive local wine list, craft beers and creative cocktails.
 
“I am excited for the upcoming season and to be able to showcase the world class wines, craft beers and the huge array of fruits and vegetables that the Yakima Valley is known for” shared Davis.  “I am incredibly fortunate to live in an area with such abundance and beauty.” 
 
The shutdown has enabled the chef to get out and meet some of his new neighbors, plan his own expanded vegetable garden, and squeeze in a few moments of his favorite recreations, fly fishing, foraging and hunting.
 
Many will know the three-time James Beard finalist chef from his prior Seattle restaurants, Steelhead Diner, Blueacre Seafood, Orfeo, Zane & Wylie’s, and Tempesta Coffee. In fact, Seattle diners have been travelling to the canyon just to experience some of his classics – the Wild King Salmon with port soaked cherries and Smoked Almond brown butter, Dungeness Crab cake, Butter Poached gulf Shrimp and his signature Duck & Andouille Sausage Gumbo. 
 
Seating will be limited to start, so reservations are highly recommended.  Following the soft opening, the restaurant will resume it's regular schedule opening for dinner on Thursday, Friday and Saturday and lunch on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.  Reservations can be made by calling (509) 933-2309 or on Open Table.
 
Be sure to follow on Instagram, @thecanyonrivergrill, for updates, cooking lessons and a taste of the Yakima Valley.
 
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