Issaquah has a plethora of shopping and dining options that are sure to satisfy. From full-service restaurants to coffee stands and food trucks, some of the region’s most popular restaurants are in Issaquah. The retail shops in the arts-forward historic downtown district and Gilman Village will delight you. Find essentials and more at our wide range of shopping centers.
Downtown / Olde Town
Find historic charm and an eclectic mix of shops, restaurants, bars, brewpubs, and boutiques in beautiful and walkable Historic Downtown Issaquah. Olde Town Issaquah is the vibrant heart of historic downtown Issaquah.
Gilman Village Shopping District
Gilman Village is a unique retail center whose history dates back to 1972, with a mission to preserve the ambiance of Issaquah’s old farming and mining structures. Today, Gilman Village’s collection of unique independent stores and restaurants are still housed in those old mining & farming buildings, interconnected with quaint walkways and paths. Enjoy Issaquah’s historic past while shopping and dining here.
Grand Ridge Plaza
Grand Ridge Plaza is a modern outdoor shopping hub with diverse retail stores, supermarket, services & restaurants. You can even decide to take some time and relax here by watching a movie… or two, at Regal Cinemas. With a collection of more than 50 businesses, Grand Ridge Plaza offers something for everyone.
Not a complete list of options, but the best dining places in Issaquah to take a team/large group.
Issaquah Commons is a 372,000 square foot, open-air community center that includes Trader Joe's, Target, and REI, to name a few, plus many great dining choices. The property offers exceptional access, visibility, and identity on Gilman Boulevard, Issaquah's signature street.
Pickering Place’s history dates back to the 1800’s and was the site of Issaquah’s largest dairy farm for many years. The Pickering Barn is a premier event location and from May through September, you can enjoy Issaquah’s Farmers Market here on Saturdays.