Earth Day 2021

Happy Earth Day! To celebrate, we are recycling our 2020 list of 20 practices you can put in place to live a more eco-friendly lifestyle today and every day. See? It’s easy to reduce, reuse and recycle. And Mother Nature will thank you. 20 Meaningful Ways to be Eco-Friendly in Quarantine (& beyond) Use a…

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National Plan for Vacation Day 2021

Visit Issaquah is excited to announce it is supporting National Plan for Vacation Day (NPVD), the annual day for Americans to plan their vacation for the entire year at the start of the year, on January 26. Though many Americans are not ready or able to take a trip just yet, there is a wealth…

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The Outdoors is Open Year-Round in Issaquah

By Nina Milligan, Issaquah Highlands It has never been more important to be outdoors than it is now. The coronavirus pandemic drives us outdoors for the safety of fresh air and respite from work-from-home cabin-fever. Thankfully, Issaquah’s usually mild weather and great parks provide ample opportunities for walks, hikes, and bike rides. Try Grand Ridge…

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Winterized Eateries & Holiday Festivities

We are sharing a list of winterized eateries in Issaquah and other “goings-on” for the holidays and foreseeable future: Tents and heated patios  Enzos Bistro and Bar Fins Bistro Formula Agave Nicolino Gaslamp Sunset Ale House Levitate Vino Bella and Pie Bar Montalcino Sunset Ale  Flying Pie Capri Cellars   Most all restaurants are open for…

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Issaquah Dining Guide

  Thank you for using Visit Issaquah’s dining guide as your resource for up to date hours of operation and website information. Help us keep our listings current and updated! Please email us if you notice any information that should be updated, changed, or added (new openings, closings, changing of hours, etc). The Visit Issaquah…

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The Perfect Fall Family Day in Issaquah, WA

Author: Megan Worzella, Owner, discovertheeastside.com   When Visit Issaquah reached out to see if we’d be willing to share Discover the Eastside’s favorite Fall activities in Issaquah, WA, our response was an ecstatic “YES!” Over the past couple decades, we’ve lived, worked and played in Issaquah; and as we’ve grown from a young married couple to a family of…

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Feel Good Fridays: Art by Fire

425 Magazine’s Feel Good Fridays: ART BY FIRE   Quarantine has inspired many people to renovate or redecorate their houses this year. What better time to support local than when making purchasing decisions for your home base. Art by Fire, a glass blowing studio on Issaquah’s Front Street, not only produces high-quality hand-blown goods, but…

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Salmon Golf Tournament Chips

Thanks for stopping by our table at the Salmon Open Golf Tournament! You can use your golf chips as ball markers AND to receive some great discounts at local Issaquah businesses. See below for details: Show your golf chip to the local businesses below for discounts: Krawbar – 10% off Las Margaritas – 10% off…

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Visit Issaquah To Offer Up To $100,000 For Local Orgs

  Visit Issaquah recently approved funding up to $100,000 for Issaquah non-profit organizations to help sustain and/or encourage tourism or hospitality. Visit Issaquah promotes travel and visitation to Issaquah and is the official destination marketing organization for the community of Issaquah. “Many of our partners in tourism have been significantly impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic and…

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