Whether you’re a traditionalist looking for a chocolate chip cookie fix, or into sampling the latest sweet tooth trend, this list has something for any foodie looking to try some of the Eastside’s best treats.
When The Melting Pot reached out to see if we’d be interested in testing out their new fondue to-go offerings we jumped at the opportunity – food and fondue-tainment? Yes please! We’re so excited to share the great experience we had this past month dipping and dining for a fun date-night-in.
Because there’s no better way to explore a city than with the perfect cup of coffee, we bring you the ultimate list of the Eastside’s best coffee shops. Read on to discover our top 20 favorites!
While there is some stiff competition for Indian food on the Eastside, Kanishka’s is definitely our favorite both in Redmond, and the Eastside as a whole.
As long-time home to the Annual Washington Brewer’s Festival, the Eastside is no stranger to the popularity of the local craft beer scene. Learn about the ever-growing group of craft breweries that call the Eastside their permanent home, in our brand new Guide to “Discovering the Breweries on Seattle’s Eastside.”
There is no shortage of options for scenic dining on Seattle’s Eastside; from waterfront views of Lake Washington, to the greenery of the Snoqualmie Valley. Even better than dinner and a show, we’re so excited to share some of our favorite spots with you.
In the spirit of silver lining, one benefit of the Seattle area’s near constant overcast is that morning temps remain cool enough year round to thoroughly enjoy a warm beverage.
The legendary maple bars at Issaquah’s Legendary Doughnuts are just the the start of the sugary goodness to be found on the Eastside.
There’s no shortage of fresh caught flavor with over 20 sushi restaurants between Issaquah, Redmond, and Bellevue alone. Find out our which ones made our must-try list.