Kent is giving you a reason to celebrate National Travel & Tourism Week on May 5-11. The city just launched 5 self-guided food trails featuring local and global fares to explore. Along the trails, you’ll get a taste of the diverse flavors of the city—from local, small-batch wines to authentic international treats. Come experience what local chefs and producers are cooking up, then come back for seconds.
Downtown Dining Trail
Park the car and let your taste buds guide you through Kent’s historic downtown. Trail highlights include locally-brewed craft beer and flavorful Afghan dishes.
Farm Fresh Trail
From spring rhubarb to summer berries and a bounty of pumpkins in the fall, there are boundless ways to enjoy the harvest in Kent. Trail highlights include locally-grown produce and farm-to-bottle spirits.
International Eats Trail
Immerse yourself in Kent’s global food scene—without big-city lines or prices. Trail highlights include authentic Indian desserts and spicy Szechuan dishes.
Kid-Friendly Kitchen Trail
From favorite kid-approved dishes to more adventurous bites, there are plenty of options to satisfy kiddos in Kent. Trail highlights include mini cheesecakes and pies, and gooey mac and cheese.
Local Libations Trail
True to its agricultural roots, Kent is pouring handmade brews sure to please any palate. Trail highlights include boutique Washington red wines and farm-made, fruit-forward liqueurs.
Is your mouth watering yet? Start planning your Kent Food Trails food-cation today! There’s always something new for your taste buds to discover on the menus.
- May | Downtown Kent Wine Walk
- May | Kent International Festival
- June–September | Kent Farmers Market
- July | Kent Cornucopia Days
- September–October | Carpinito Bros. Pumpkin Patch & Corn Maze
- Ongoing | Migrating Meals with Project Feast
We’re giving away a foodie trip for two to Kent! We’re sweetening the escape with hotel accommodations plus breakfast, lunch and dinner along the food trail of your choice! Enter to win by Aug. 31, 2019.