Joseph is most noted for its cast-bronze sculpture, thanks in part to Valley Bronze, one of the nation's largest foundries. It's known for its fine-art bronze castings as well as more utilitarian (ish) projects like…
This cute-as-a-button, locally loved breakfast spot whips up good biscuits and gravy, veggie scrambles, homemade granola, giant cinnamon rolls and much more. Everything is available in half orders too if you're havi…
Pizza, sandwiches, salads and microbrews all go down easy in this relaxed pub. On summer evenings the place to be is on the front deck, with people-watching opportunities and views of the Wallowas.
The Wallowa County Museum, housed in an 1888 bank building, is notable for its displays on local pioneer and Nez Percé histories; check out the 'ladies jail' out the back.
Organic beans are roasted on-site at this small coffeehouse. There are also smoothies, exotic teas and light meals from wraps to soup. Nice outside seating near a stream.
Chief Joseph Days, held over four days in late July, features a rodeo, parades, Native American dancing and cowboy breakfasts.
If you like whiskey, vodka or rum, check out the beautiful tasting room of family-run Stein Distillery.