These are our Business Members, if you would like to see your business here become a member.
Allegro Cyclery is a full-service bike shop selling bicycles and accessories for every kind of rider. Under the same ownership since we opened in 2005, Allegro Cyclery prides itself on having grown strong roots in the community. Our mission has always been to serve Walla Walla’s growing cycling community, offering opportunities for folks of all ages and backgrounds to discover the joy of riding bikes.
It’s important to us that all folks feel welcome at Allegro Cyclery. Our doors are open to everybody; women, men, kids, professional cyclists, first time riders, and everything in between. Whether you're stopping by for a cup of coffee, looking for a new bike, needing a new accessory or service, seeking advice for your next ride, or just want to say hello – all are welcome.
Our vision regarding business and bicycling is simple, treat everyone with respect, be a vital part of the local community, and spread the love and benefits of cycling.
Book & Game, Co. of Walla Walla opened it’s doors in the Blue Mountain Mall in 1989. It was the 5th Book & Game store owned by Shannon Ahern of Spokane.
In November of 1999, Book & Game moved from the mall to it’s current location in historic downtown Walla Walla. In May 2003, after 14 years of business, Shannon sold the Walla Walla store to local residents Gene Bruns, Mike Bruns, and Jannelle Bruns.
Gene, and his wife Jill, relocated to Walla Walla from the Seattle area in 1966. They raised their four children, Mike, Jeff, Jannelle, and David in the Walla Walla valley.
Mike, and his wife Misti, were both raised in Walla Walla. Mike is a real estate agent at Coldwell Banker. Misti owns Salon Phoenix on 1st St. They have two children.
Jannelle works at Book & Game as the book buyer for the store and homeschools their children.
Brasserie Four is a French restaurant located in downtown Walla Walla, WA. Local art, fine wine, and French cuisine make for a fun dinner or weekend lunch. Step-up to the bar for draft beer and a pizza or cuddle up on the patio for a dessert of mousse au chocolat and Walla Walla Roastery espresso.
Combine Art Collective exhibits and sells fine art and craft by regional artists. With a commitment to the support and enhancement of Walla Walla’s art scene, this exciting new gallery features the work of 15 local artists. The gallery will feature guest artists and special events periodically.
The Cotton Wool
For 12 years, Kim has been perfecting her craft in Walla Walla creating wearable items, gifts, and wall hangings. Working from an antique floor loom, her weavings are a precise craft, involving each individual thread being aligned into perfect placement sometime using 5 miles of yarn to create one piece of art.
An Ohio native, Kim Nemeth came to Walla Walla in 2001 as an AmeriCorps volunteer with the desire to work in rural communities. Her first position was with the Kirkman House Museum, restoring and curating local art and stories. Working alongside local master weavers, she helped develop a Textile Center to showcase local fiber artists and the process of spinning, dying, and weaving. Shortly after, Kim purchased her first loom and began the steady process of teaching herself how to warp a loom and weave. Kim calls Walla Walla home and creates her craft at The Cotton Wool.
In the early 1900s, M.L. Monson brought his family to the Yakima Valley, armed with a love for the land and the dream of building a family farming business that would continue for generations.
Initially, the Monsons focused on orchards and cattle. But after talking with Dr. Walter Clore, widely recognized as the visionary behind Washington’s wine industry, Arvid Monson built on the legacy of the land started by his father and began to establish vineyards in the arid hills and valleys around Richland. With that, Goose Ridge Estate Vineyard & Winery was born.
The children of Henry Shaw and Earl West would form a union. They would bring together two deep rooted Washington State families and two powerful regions in Washington State, Red Mountain and Walla Walla.
Dick Shaw, son of Henry and Pearl Shaw would become involved with many businesses and finally became an investor in a vineyard in Mattawa, Washington in 1981.
Wendy West Shaw daughter of Earl and Ramona West would also try her hand at starting businesses finally forming the first ever custom wine grape harvesting business owned and operated by a woman.
Together they continued to plant and grow their vineyards into over 3,000 acres in 6 AVA’s in Washington State.
In 2013 they bought the Kennedy Building at 25 E. Main Street in Walla Walla and started making their own wine they named Henry Earl in honor of their fathers.
They remodeled the building, proclaimed it the Henry Earl wine bar and are now serving their award winning wines, poured by their friendly, capable and knowledgeable staff led by the energized, ever patient, and talented tasting room manager Horte Coleman.
Affordable women's clothing in beautiful sizes, Lg and up. We also carry a wide selection of unique hand crafted jewelry, accessories, shoes and gift items. Located in beautiful downtown Walla Walla.
Walla Walla felt like home from my first visit in 2001. More than a decade later, my husband and I know that we have found the good life here in Walla Walla.
As a real estate professional, I enjoy using my expertise and my deep love for Walla Walla to assist my clients. Whether they’re selling their house or looking for their next home or discovering the perfect property to launch their business, I’m here to help. Let’s work together and find that perfect property for your slice of the Walla Walla good life.
Purl2 is located in beautiful downtown Walla Walla, in Southeastern Washington. Owners Leah Sandven and Sara Wutzke are passionate about knitting and other fiber arts, and are so excited to create a space in this valley for crafters of all levels to learn a new technique, work on the basics, share their newest project and have the chance to feel the textures of different fibers and see the vibrant colors in real life. Curating a collection of the best and brightest in the fiber world has been so much fun and we hope you love it too!
The Refinery is a community pottery and art studio that provides diverse art experiences and nurtures artists at all skill levels.
We offer memberships for artists ready to get started on their own and various workshops for those wanting more guidance in their creative journey.
The Telander Gallery
The Telander Gallery is an intimate fine art gallery featuring paintings by Todd Telander, guest artists Laura Telander and Penny Michel, and specialty merchandise and jewelry. Owned by husband and wife team, Todd and Kirsten Telander, it is tucked in the downtown Walla Walla South Colville Street neighborhood, at 34 S. Colville Street.