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    "Goddamn 206-ers" Jim German and Claire Johnston of Waitsburg, WA's infamous Jimgermanbar on Art, Cocktails, Cuisine, and Small Town Politics.

  • Trey Busch

    Jim German on His Small Town Cocktail Bar, Jimgermanbar, in Washington State

  • Walla Faces - Wine. Inns. Art.

    Another one of our favorite places! Have you been to the Jimgermanbar? Amazing everything......!

  • TERO Estates, Waters Winery and Flying Trout Wines

    Jimgermanbar! This place is the COOLEST. A must visit, for sure. #wallawalla #reallywaitsburg #travel #eat #foodie #drink #cocktail #bartender #awesome We cannot get enough of this place! #WallaWalla

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