The Herbfarm Unveils a Quartet of Spring Dining Adventures

Braised Boletus, Potato Mille-feuille, Swiss Chard, Wild Watercress, Boletus Foie-Gras Sauce

WOODINVILLE, WA – Beginning on March 9, some of the world’s rarest cattle make their way to The Herbfarm with Super Cattle in Seattle. An exalted breed like no other, Kobe Beef is so meltingly delicious that it commands fabulous sums among those in the know around the world.

The menu will feature Kobe (more properly known as “Wagyu” outside of Japan) raised in bothOregon and Washington. Super Cattle runs through Sunday, April 8. To see details for the Super Cattle menu.

Other upcoming spring adventures include the Chambers of the Sea, The Herbfarm’s tribute tothe bounty of the sea in the Pacific Northwest; the Spring Forager’s Dinner with wild foodsforaged from the region; and Salmon Nation, celebrating the magnificent fish returning to both Alaska’s Copper and the Northwest’s Columbia Rivers. 9-Course, 4-1/2 hours evenings at The Herbfarm run $169 to $205, depending on the evening of the reservation, and includes 6 wines, hosted garden tour, cellar open house, and virtuoso live guitar.

About Herbfarm
The Herbfarm is America’s only AAA Five-Diamond restaurant north of San Francisco and west of Chicago and is rated number 1 in the Pacific Northwest for both food and service by the Zagat Guide.  The farm was founded in 1974 and the restaurant was opened by Ron Zimmerman and Carrie Van Dyck in 1986. The Herbfarm has evolved into a nationally known culinary experience led by Culinary Director Ron Zimmerman and Chef Chris Weber.  The Herbfarm, in Woodinville, Washington state, is open Thursday through Sunday for a oneseating-per-night dinner. Guests should allow 4-1/2 hours for enjoying the evening and arrive 45 minutes early to see the wine cellar and enjoy the pre-dinner garden tour.

To make reservations, call (425) 485-5300 or visit online at The Herbfarm is located at 14590 NE 145th Street in the lovely Woodinville wine country, just 30 minutes outside of Seattle.  

For more information or to make reservations for any of the upcoming dinners, please call (425) 485-5300 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. or visit us online at

Written by Charles Koh

Founded EatSeattle, and has continued to use his expertise as editor-in-chief to guide the website’s growth over the last five years. Koh’s experience focuses on digital marketing and social media, and has been a part of several companies, some of which he created, specializing in both areas over the course of his career. Koh was previously with Google and Zagat where he helped expand and grow communities worldwide.

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