We made a recent surprise visit to Selah. Given the area we were impressed with the ambience which is enhanced by the fact that the space was formerly a bank. By keeping the old teller windows and creating a private, reservable dining space in the old vault - the door is MASSIVE - they have capitalized on the architecture.
The menu included sophisticated and simple dishes. We dropped in for a drink and an app - the chicken orzo soup was excellent, the mussels were unique, salty and yet, not satisfying in quantity nor presentation.
We chose two craft beers from their list only to have our order delayed because the first they didn't have chilled and the second was out of stock, but the server failed to communicate before we asked on the status of our bevs.
I would give them another chance but we don't travel that way - this visit was a rare excursion. Too bad. I wanted to like them more.
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