Aikido Eastside 13410 SE 32nd St, Bellevue, WA98005 Aikido Eastside was the first Aikido Dojo in Bellevue and on the Eastside. Several of the members have gone on to start…More their own schools in Lynnwood and BC, and are still closely affiliated. Throughout the years, the dojo members have continually improved and upgraded the dojo, making it an inspiring place to practice Aikido. Aikido Eastside provides group or private classes for both children and adults.
The Sports Authority 44 Bellevue Way NE, Bellevue, WA98004 This mega store has everything you'd need for your next sports outing from apparel to gear. Ask an associate for help…More with your swing in the dedicated golf section or hit the slopes with a rented set of skis. Conveniently located on Bellevue Way, this Sports Authority is clean, organized and convenient. Visit its website for sales and coupons before heading in.
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.
The Original Toshi's Teriyaki 519 156th Ave SE, Bellevue, WA98007 Toshi's is a small diner with a big menu of inexpensive teriyaki main dishes and sides. Located in the Lake Hills…More Shopping Center, Toshi's has a full teriyaki menu, including chicken, steak, salmon, shrimp, pork and tofu, as well as combo meals with rice and salad, and wok dishes. Browse the local event posters that line the wall while you wait for lunch. Weekday lunch specials cost less than $7. Toshi's accepts phone orders and take-out orders.
520 is a cozy and comfortable bar downtown. In addition to its large, wooden bar inside, it boasts an outdoor patio…More surrounded by thick bushes for a secluded feel - perfect for a relaxing drink outside.</p>
<p>The menu offers a large selection of beer, wine and liquor plus an eclectic variety of delicious, incredibly fresh food at reasonable prices. </p>
<p>520 was voted best bar in Bellevue for 2010.</p>
Crossroads Flowers 15600 NE 8th St, Bellevue, WA98008 If you want to make a great impression with flowers, stop here. Crossroads Flowers offers personal service and stunning…More arrangements for weddings, memorial services, get well soon, birthdays, and other special occasions. It delivers to a wide area, including the Microsoft campus and Evergreen and Overlake Medical Centers, and will also be happy to assist you with out-of-town, or even out-of-country floral deliveries. This spot is a favorite for Valentine's Day arrangements, and it also offers a wide variety of gifts, cards, and chocolates.
City Flowers 10500 NE 8th St, Bellevue, WA98004 This small boutique florist and gift store is located in the lobby level of the Bank of America building. Owner John…More Hilscher's store has an impressive display of seasonal offerings. Its event team can handle everything from a dream wedding to corporate events to weekly flowers for your business. Delivery is available within a very large area, and staff are creative and dedicated. Their best floral tip: "Make sure you change the water in your arrangement every day!"
This location of the Azteca Mexican Restaurant is located in downtown Bellevue. The spacious…More restaurant's seating area is filled with wooden chairs and tables and leather booths. The bar at Azteca serves bottled beer, drafts and any Mexican restaurant's specialty--margaritas. The oval bar features a 60-inch HDTV as well as four 15-inch TVs. Azteca's location, right next door to the Sheraton, makes it a popular destination for out-of-towners and businessmen and women.</p>
Ooba Tooba Mexican Grill 555 108th Ave NE, Bellevue, WA98004 Ooba Tooba has become something of a critic's darling in the eastside food scene. The family-owned business has four…More locations, all this side of Lake Washington. This location, directly across from the Bellevue Transit Center, is only open for lunch, and is bustling with hungry workers from the nearby office buildings. Like its other locations, it offers healthy, made-from-scratch Mexican food. Burritos are generous, and come in all varieties from portobello mushroom to chipotle pork. The menu changes seasonally. If you come early, you can snag one of the bright blue picnic tables outside.
Crossroads Shopping Center is the heart of East Bellevue's diverse community. Here visitors will find a stage…More featuring live, free entertainment every week, a seasonal Farmer's Market, giant chessboard and a host of government services including a library, mini city hall and police station. There are also numerous and unique restaurants and stores. The food court offers a wide range of delicious non-fast-food options.</p>
<p>People can connect at Crossroads and groups are welcome to meet at the many large tables. Families love to bring kids here to ride on the carousel, try new foods and attend storytime at the library. It is a great place to meet old friends or make new ones. </p>
Eastside Christian School, located near the Robinswood Soccer Field, was founded in 1969. At Eastside Christian…More School, Christian educators partner and parents prepare students for lives of leadership and service, according to the school's website.</p>
<p>The school features small class sizes in grades kindergarten through 8, which allows for personalized attention to a child's academic, emotional, physical and spiritual needs. The teachers are state certified, and come from a variety of Christian denominations. The school also has a preschool.</p>
<p>Afterschool activities include music, drama, soccer, homework and more. The Middle School Band prepares students to lead worship for Chapel Services. Seventh and eighth grade students have the opportunity to participate in a mission trip during their mid-winter break.</p>
Haggen Northwest Fresh is a grocery store with a concept of "stores within a store." The former Crossroads…More Top Food and Drug was given a makeover in November 2011 to Haggen Northwest Fresh.</p>
<p>The interior "stores" include local and imported cheeses at Chuckanut Deli, ready made items in Dot's Kitchen, fish and chips at Lummi Bay Fish Market, an in-store butcher, a convenience store with frequently-needed items inside the front door and a produce section, Whatcom Falls Produce, named after a waterfall in Bellingham, where the local chain is headquartered. The store also features a pharmacy.</p>