8 fun and tasty spots to explore on the Eastside

Food and activities abound, from Bothell to Bellevue. # k5evening

BELLEVUE, Wash. – Want to spend a weekend exploring the east side of Lake Washington?

Here are eight places worth visiting, from Bothell to Bellevue.

This is possibly the fastest commute in the city. The Bellevue Zip Tour includes seven zip lines through Eastgate Park – a memorable way to experience the old Maple and Douglas Fir forests. Adventure is open from April to October.

Get into the outdoors – indoors – in Kirkland! The space features handcrafted cocktails, locally sourced food, and Topgolf Swing Suites, where you can try everything from golf to soccer to zombie dodgeball. Suites can be booked by the hour.

Lil’ Jon Restaurant and Lounge

Looking for a diner with history? This Bellevue immobilizer is a blast from the past. Lil’ Jon has been serving giant pancakes and cinnamon rolls since 1967. They serve breakfast, lunch and dinner daily.

In Bothell, British tradition awaits. Graham’s RoyalTea is primarily an event space, but on afternoons they haven’t been in before, you can book an afternoon “salt tea” party. Service comes with finger sandwiches and dessert.

For Southern hospitality in the Northwest, book a table at the Pomegranate Bistro in Redmond. Chef Lisa Dupar created the menu, inspired by her childhood in Atlanta and Charleston. They are open seven days a week – make your reservation online.

If you are looking for an outdoor event space, Woodinville Lavender will help you. Owned by a rocket scientist turned farmer, they host everything from weddings to small dinners. It’s a breathtaking spot to take pictures and a soothing spot to celebrate something – or someone.

Woodinville is also a great place to grab a pint, at the bike- and family-friendly Metier Brewing. Award-winning brewing is just part of owner Rodney Hines’ purpose.

“When you look at our label, it’s not a single cyclist up the mountain. It’s a group of cyclists coming together, pulling and pushing each other up the mountain,” he said. “I think beer is almost like an icebreaker for chatting and connecting.”

Metier’s gym is open from Thursday to Sunday.

This family-owned Kirkland restaurant is highly rated on Yelp because it offers scrumptious food (pan-roasted miso salmon, pork belly tacos and french blues burger, anyone?) for the price? reasonable in an idyllic space.

“I wanted to create that vibe where you’re our family. That’s how you grew up in Hawaii,” said owner Reis Llaneza. “I just want people to enjoy it. Come in, and not have to empty their wallets.”

Box and Burgers is open for lunch and dinner Tuesday through Sunday.

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Russell Falcon

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