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  1. The Crab Pot

    All things seafood and home of the famous SeaFeast!

  2. John Howie Steak

    The definitive Northwest steak house, serving custom-aged USDA Prime steak, American Style Kobe and Japanese Waygu beef. Located at The Bravern.

  3. Pearl

    In the heart of Bellevue's entertainment district, focused on fresh, seasonal and local fair.

  4. Cactus

    Offering innovative Southwestern, Mexican and Spanish cuisine.

  5. Maggiano's Little Italy

    Serving up scratch-made Italian-American meals inspired by traditional recipes.

  6. Oh! Indian Restaurant

    Serving the finest in Halal North & South Indian & Fusion cuisines.

  1. Bellevue Family YMCA

    The Y is for youth development, healthy living and social responsibility.

  2. Bellevue Tennis Academy

    Helping players of all levels, beginners to champions, reach their full potential and featuring indoor tennis courts, small courts for young players, professional instructors in pro–level fitness facilities.

  3. Bellevue Club

    As the premier athletic and social club on the Eastside, the Bellevue Club attracts the Northwest's most prominent and visionary citizens. Offering 200,000 square feet of world-class wellness facilities and innovative restaurants with unique recreational and social opportunities.

  4. David Barton Gym

    A gym focused on creating an exciting energy that affects one’s emotions and awareness while helping people get the body of their dreams.

  5. Get Zen Hot Yoga

    Get Zen Hot Yoga ("GZHY") is a challenging yoga studio that is inspired by heat, music and darkness. They blend an intimate experience with a great workout to balance your mind and body so that you too can experience zen!

  6. Nancy Wallace Pilates

    The Authentic Method of Pilates, training the mind and body connection to work together for the ultimate workout.

  1. Bridle Trails State Park

    Bridle Trails State Park is a 3.7 mile lightly trafficked loop trail that features a great forest setting and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs and horses are also able to use this trail.

  2. Wilburton Hill Park

    Wilburton Hill Park is the largest upland park in the city, encompassing a wide variety of recreational opportunities. The park’s trail is a major link in the Lake to Lake Trail and Greenway System. Active play enthusiasts can take advantage of the one soccer and two ball fields, and the children’s play area.

  3. Lake Hills Greenbelt Park

    The Lake Hills Greenbelt is a wetland corridor encompassing more than 150 acres of diverse wildlife habitat including forests, wetlands, streams and lakes. Amenities include trails, community gardens and pea patches, picnic areas, blueberry farms and seasonal produce stands.

  4. Bellevue Downtown Park

    Approximately 21-acre oasis of green in the heart of Bellevue includes play area, formal gardens and a 240-foot wide waterfall that cascades into a reflecting pond, a ten-acre lawn area with Bellevue’s skyline and Mount Rainier in the background.

  5. Robinswood Community Park

    Acclaimed for its variety of recreational opportunities, including lighted softball and soccer fields, beautiful open spaces containing a pond, picnic areas, a horse arena and ten wooded acres with trails, and children’s play area.

  6. Marymoor Park

    King County’s most popular park along the shores of Lake Sammamish with 640 acres of recreational activities, rare amenities, and culturally-enriching events.

  1. Bellevue Botanical Garden

    An urban refuge, encompassing 53-acres of cultivated gardens, restored woodlands, and natural wetlands. The living collections showcase plants that thrive in the Pacific Northwest.

  2. Bellevue Arts Museum

    A leading destination in the Pacific Northwest to experience art, craft and design. Bellevue Arts Museum engages the community through exhibitions, programs and publications, while featuring regional, national, and international artists.

  3. Lake Sammamish Yact Club

    Welcoming sailors, power boaters, water skiers, fishermen, rowers, kayakers, jet skiers, sea planes, and non-boaters. Get together for on-lake and off lake events, recreational, social, and amateur competition.

  4. Regal Crossroads Stadium 8

    Popular in this newly renovated theater are the big and comfy assigned reclining seats.

  5. Glendale Country Club

    Glendale is a full equity private club and offers a variety of membership levels. Additionally, the club offers a wide selection of events and amenities including championship golf & practice facilities, wonderful dining & social programs and swimming.

  1. Trader Joe's

    Unique neighborhood grocery store whose products include gourmet, organic, vegetarian, and unusual frozen and imported foods.

  2. Uwajimaya

    Quality Asian grocery store boasts a full array of Asian groceries, meat, produce, gifts and seafood. It also features Sadako's Cafe serving hot and prepared Asian foods as well as a Sashimi Island with a variety of freshly prepared sashimi.

  3. Crossroads Bellevue

    Neighborhood mall featuring such stores as Pier 1, Ulta Cosmetics, JoAnn Fabrics, QFC, Petco and Bed, Bath & Beyond.

  4. Whole Foods Market

    A gourmet grocery store offering quality natural and organic products, convenient prepared meals and mouthwatering baked goods.

  5. The Shops at the Bravern

    Ritzy shopping mall anchored by Neiman Marcus and featuring designers such as David Lawrence, Gucci, Hermes, Jimmy Choo, Luis Vuitton, Prada, Salvatore Ferrigamo, Tory Burch & more!

  6. The Bellevue Collection

    The Northwest's most sophisticated retail destination that includes the shops (too numerous to list!) located in Bellevue Square, Lincoln Square and Bellevue Place.