About Foodies.

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Mission

Fresh. Fun. Flavor.
That’s the Foodies experience.

As a family-owned restaurant, we pride ourselves on giving our customers nothing but the absolute best. That means high-quality ingredients, an inviting atmosphere, and flavorful dishes that’ll have you coming back time and time again. Choosing Foodies is like having holiday dinner with family: all the entrées, appetizers, and sweet treats you could imagine.

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A Note From the Owner

Hi, everyone!

My name is Joanna Wilson, and I’m the owner of Foodies Brick and Mortar. A native of the Pacific Northwest, I attended the hotel, restaurant, and tourism program at OSU in the early ‘90s. I have also worked in the industry since then. Hotels and restaurants are in my wheelhouse, but the food and beverage industry is my passion.

In 2012, my family created a triple pontoon, “Floatin’ Foodies,” and designed it into a “food truck” for the water. We operated it for three years in the summer as a vendor on the Columbia and Snake Rivers, serving many fun flavors of local fare.

Soon after, we created our brick-and-mortar location, Foodies, in Historic Downtown Kennewick. Two years later, we added another location on the Parkway in Richland. In 2018-2019, I became the sole owner of both locations.

I invite you to come to Foodies, and see for yourself all the hard work we’ve put into the two restaurants over the years. Thank you for your business, Tri-Cities. It’s our pleasure to serve you.

-Joanna Wilson

foodies history

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2012

The Wilson family created Floatin’ Foodies, a pontoon, where we took orders during the weekend on the Columbia and Snake Rivers.

2014

We relocated Floatin’ Foodies to the Richland Marina.

2015

We closed Floatin’ Foodies and opened Foodies Brick and Mortar.

2017

We opened our second location, Foodies Too.

2018-2019

Joanna Wilson assumed ownership over both locations.

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