The Pumphouse Bar & Grill 11802 NE 8th St, Bellevue, WA98005 This Bellevue fixture claims to serve up Bellevue's best burgers. With 17 brews on tap and sports on all 8 satellite…More televisions, this is an adults-only stop for lunch or dinner with friends. Look for daily specials and a selection of salads, sandwiches and, of course, the 1/3 pound burgers. There is even a small outdoor seating area.
Tap House Grill 550 106th Ave NE, Bellevue, WA98004 The Tap House Grill is located within the Bellevue Galleria in the heart of the downtown area. Tap House is a sports…More bars in the area known for its long list of beers on tap. It features rich, elegant interior with leather chairs and stools as well as several large HDTVs scattered around the bar.
Z Tejas, a modern take on the Mexican grill found on the third floor of The Lodge at Bellevue Square, offers fine…More dining with Mexican cuisine rather than the authentic, lively Mexican atmosphere.
Z Tejas also provides an oval-shaped bar with about 25 seats surrounding it, in addition to the 40 or so tables in the dining area. The bar provides beer, wine and liquor along with two HDTVs that carry the popular sports games of the day. One of its unique offerings is a daily happy hour with specials that include $4 to $5 appetizers, $3 beers and $1 off well drinks from 3:30 to 6:30 p.m., Monday thru Friday, and 3 to 5pm on Saturday.
Sideline Sports Bar 3720 Factoria Blvd SE, Bellevue, WA98006 The Sideline Sports Bar is a medium-sized sports bar with about 30 tables. Sideline has four pool tables, three large…More projector screens and four HD TV screens which show all daily sports games including every UFC fight and NFL Sunday Ticket every fall. The bar opens around 9am on the weekends for every college and NFL football game. It carries 17 different beers on taps as well as a full food menu. Sideline also has two arcade games, a dart machine and some outdoor seating upstairs.
Nick's Italian Cuisine 2285 140th Ave NE, Bellevue, WA98005 Nick's Italian Cuisine has been a fixture in Bellevue for more than 30 years. The restaurant offers a quiet dining…More experience for lunch and dinner, prepared by owner Nick Leisos. With a quiet ambiance and private-feeling tables, the restaurant offers a place to have conversations over lunch or dinner. Meanwhile, a sports bar with seating for 50 fans adjoins the restaurant.
Ricardo's Family Mexican Restaurant has been located in the heart of Factoria, Bellevue, at the Factoria Mall…More (Martketplace @ Factoria) since 1990. It has a new location in the front of the mall, next to Factoria Mall Blvd. The owners of Ricardo's have been residents of the area for more than 30 years.
Ricardo's Family Mexican Restaurant is famous for its carne asada and enchiladas. It has a large bar room with high-backed booths and a lively atmosphere during the weekends. You can watch your favorite sports events on their plasma screen TVs. Happy hour takes place from 3pm to 6:30pm Monday through Friday.
If you're ready to get your gamble on, head to Mustard Seed Too Sports Bar in Bellevue. This oversized bar/eatery…More features seven pool tables, three electronic dart boards, jumbo screens for watching the big game and a wall dedicated to placing bets. Feeling lucky? Enter one of Mustard Seed's pool or dart leagues to compete in tournaments for cash prizes.
The bar offers a full menu of American pub classics like burgers, chicken wings, fried mushrooms and club sandwiches. For dinner there's heartier fare, like New York strip steak, baked lasagna, chicken teriyaki and Northwest King salmon. When you're finished, wash it all down with one of their featured microbrews, wines or cocktails. The Seed also caters events and offers take-out. Other locations include Overlake and Newport Hills.
The Jewish Day School 15749 NE 4th St, Bellevue, WA98008 The Jewish Day School is located next door to Temple B'nai Torah. It enrolls preschool through eighth grade students,…More and teaches general studies and Judaic studies, including study of Hebrew and the Torah. A class trip to Israel is also organized for the school's eighth graders. After-school activities include a variety of sports and students in middle school are encouraged to participate in student council. Students are expected to perform community service, including on Mitzvah Day, when students go to a variety of nonprofit organizations to volunteer their services. Students approaching their bar or bat mitzvah also choose a service project. Though Jewish culture and religion is a big part of The Jewish Day School, according to the school, about 70 percent of the students are not affiliated with a synagogue or temple.