What to do as a Washington State University (WSU) Student

Etsi Bravo

A pretty classy cocktail bar that doubles as a club with themed nights and dancing. It’s a go-to weekend activity for those 21 and up.


Timber Pullman

Another place to go dancing in Pullman, the unique part about Timber though is that it is an 18+ establishment, and although it serves liquor, it is contained in a 21+ area, so if you’re just starting college you can still have a pretty classic night out. Also, try the wings there, they are very nice.


The Emporium

A third place to go dancing, built into a basement and right near Greek row on the WSU campus. Not only does it serve interesting drinks, but it also has a very popular kitchen that gives the local doordashers something to deliver late at night.



WSU’s School of Food Science is home to its very own creamery. Ferdinand’s sells WSU’s own Cougar Gold cheese and homemade ice cream. It also offers tours and demonstrations.


Dom’s Doughnuts

Dom’s Doughnuts is a doughnut truck of the side of Grand Avenue that makes fresh doughnuts every morning. It features rotating flavors and interesting combinations.