Along the trail to Pullman for BYU Football in Washington State

It’s the Cougars on Cougars game this week as BYU heads to Pullman, Washington to take on Washington State. Traveling to Pullman for the game? Former Wazzu RB Logwone mitz was kind enough to give us his recommendations on where to eat and what to do if you are in the area. As always, leave additional suggestions in the comments and let us know if you try any of the places in the article!

Things to do:

Check Bear habitat – Not all college towns have the option of having bear habitat, and they are quite active if you catch them on the right weekend!

Golf at Palouse Ridge is one of the best courses on the west coast, despite its location. Hit them a bit straight as the Palouse Hills may require you to work your calves if you go looking for your ball (s)!

The Ferdinand dairy (It’s an experience) – You may or may not be familiar with Cougar Gold Cheese. It’s not just a Washington or NW business. Their cheeses are highly sought after nationally and even have their own cookbook.

Places to eat:

The lumber yard (Multiple dining / dining room options, suitable for families until 9pm) – This dining room closed over a year ago, but has now been remodeled and reopened.

Light Porch Pizza Where South Fork – Owned by Jim Harbor, American language teacher and entrepreneur. They deliver savory dishes in a timely manner and are renowned for their excellent service!

Red bento – Basic Sushi / Bento Box which was only in Moscow, Idaho until about eight years ago. Since there were so many WSU students as clients, they felt it was worth opening a location in Pullman and they were right.

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