The other day we decided to check out Outskirts Brewing Company in Selah. It gave us a reason for a quick drive to our neighboring city and check out one of the newest restaurants in the area.

I, of course, was happy to see the giant tankards for brewing their own beer. That feature hasn't quite started, yet, but they did have local area beers on tap so that worked for now. Looking forward to seeing what they brew up in the future, though.

Nice interior! It was a lot fancier than I anticipated, though wasn't meant to be a super fancy place. Very welcoming, though.

We were here for lunch and was handed a lunch menu that featured a few items. Some appetizers, some lunch options, a couple of salads and a couple of desserts to choose from. Not a huge menu but just enough of a menu to make a selection.

We didn't really know what we wanted. We saw someone else order the bison burger and it was HUGE! I don't think I could even eat half of that. Instead, we decided on a few appetizers to share.

These are the smoked salmon straws.

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John Riggs

I didn't know what to expect, but we were all pleasantly surprised.

We also tried the arancini.

John Riggs
John Riggs

These Italian rice balls had risotto and cheese wrapped in a ball and fried. They were about the most perfect thing I can think of. I really enjoyed these.

Finally we grabbed some skewers.

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John Riggs

You may not thing these are unique up front but that spicy peanut sauce they use makes these amazing. We opted for chicken and they were great.

Next time you're out Outskirts Brewing Co. in Selah, I'd recommend any of these along with whatever else you're getting. Or do what we did and just grabbed a few appetizers to share.

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