BellevueBellevue-Often referred to as Seattle’s “sister city,” though a better description would be Seattle’s smaller sibling and the dominant one of the Seattle suburbs. Affluent families, high income earning young couples, and Seattle area newcomers dominate this growing city type suburb, with a median age of about 38.  Construction is a constant in this area and the business district of the downtown area is growing every day. Those who live in Bellevue often venture to Seattle on the weekends for a livelier time, but it’s just a short drive right over I-90 or 520, so convenience is key!

Local Favorites 

Main Street in “Old Bellevue” is a gem. For a fun place to watch the game or to enjoy the beautiful Seattle summer sun, check out 520 Bar & Grill. 99 Park Restaurant borders Bellevue Downtown Park and has a big city vibe, but the owner himself will come out and talk to you, which gives it a small town feel at the same time! In the downtown area-everything is just a short walk away. Lincoln Square is Bellevue’s prime shopping location but be sure to visit the delicious restaurants there, including Din Tai Fung, Tavern Hall, and Vivo 53. Plenty of Seattle restaurants have opened Bellevue locations too, including Purple Café and Wine Bar, Black Bottle, and Wild Ginger to name a few, so if you don’t feel like taking the short drive to Seattle-you can still experience the food scene! The Bellevue Arts Museum is a great day adventure and if you have children (or nephews or nieces or cousins, etc), the Children’s Musuem in Bellevue should be at the top of your list. 

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