1928 4th Street, Kirkland
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Your neighborhood guide to living in Norkirk
- Outdoor Recreation
- Downtown Kirkland
High-end boutiques to vintage finds.
- Bellevue Square Mall
Home to over 200 shops, the region’s largest dining district with over 50 local-to-global restaurants & nightlife adventures.
- Deru Market
Modern Café for artisan deli fare.
- Little Brother
Celebrating our local farms and the bounty of the sea breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
- Trellis Restaurant
Crafted around what’s fresh for the season.
- Cactus Kirkland
Festive Southwestern-Mexican kitchen and bar.
Contemporary Italian dining and drinking.
- Bottle and Bull
Experience the travels of Ernest Hemingway through your palette, eating and drinking your way through the cities that Hemingway loved to frequent.
- Spinney Homestead Park
6.54-acre park with children’s playground, picnic tables, pathways and open lawn area.
- Forbes Creek Park
2-acre park with picnic areas, tennis and basketball courts and children’s play area.
- Crestwoods Park
26.63-acre park with children’s playground, basketball court, athletic fields, picnic tables, trails and forested areas.
- Cotton Hill Park
Natural green space and trails.
- Peter Kirk Park
12.48-acre park with wireless internet access, children’s playground, skate, basketball and tennis courts, open lawn areas, pool, teen center and pathways.
- Marina Park Pavilion
3.59-acre park with wireless internet access, boat moorage, amphitheatre, beach and fishing area.
- Waverly Beach Park
2.76-acre park with public dock, picnic tables, children’s playground, swimming, fishing and windsurfing area.
- City of Kirkland – Norkirk
Neighborhood association information.
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