227 8th Avenue West, Kirkland
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Your neighborhood guide to living in Kirkland
- 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.
- 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.
- Hector’s Restaurant
Classic comfort food, prepared from the freshest ingredients.
- Milagro Cantina
Regional Mexican cuisine and tequila bar.
- Anthony’s HomePort
Pacific Northwest-based seafood chain serving local catches.
Sustainably sourced, ingredient by ingredient, farm by farm breakfast, lunch and dinner.
- Waverly Beach Park
2.76-acre park with public dock, picnic tables, children’s playground, swimming, fishing and windsurfing area.
- Heritage Park
10.12-acre park with historic landmarks, trails, open lawn, tennis courts, small climbing rocks and interpretive displays.
- Juanita Bay Park
110.83-acre park with interpretive trails, wetlands, urban wildlife habitat, guided interpretive tours and open lawn areas.
- Juanita Beach Park
21.94-acre park with beach, swimming area, children’s playground, fishing area, beach volleyball, tennis courts and ball fields.
- Marina Park Pavilion
3.59-acre park with wireless internet access, boat moorage, amphitheatre, beach and fishing area.
- Market Neighborhood Association
The Market Neighborhood Association (a volunteer group) organizes multiple events during the year for residents.
They treated us with respect and
like valuable clients
from our very first meeting.