Food in Issaquah


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  • Sweet Decadence
    Hand made artisan chocolates. Free Wine tasting on Fridays. Wine and chocolate pairings that are a delight!
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    12835 Newcastle Way
    Newcastle, WA US
  • Seattle Coffee Gear
    If the tongue-in-cheek staff bios, the colorful mission statement, or the laugh-filled video of its Bellevue store is any indication, Seattle Coffee Gear is run by happy folks. And why wouldn't it be? With two retail locations and a wealth of bright, accessibly written online resources, the company clearly loves coffee and has plenty of energy with which to share that passion. Should they choose, shoppers visiting the stores encounter interactive experiences. They can test over 80 espresso and coffee machine models, learn how to whip up the perfect latte, or put a leash around whatever floating cloud of frothed milk that they want to take home. The stores' new and refurbished gear ranges from simple electric kettles to restaurant-grade, multi-cup espresso machines. An on-staff team of technicians also maintains and repairs the machines that java fans bring in.
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    10692 NE 8th St.
    Bellevue, WA US
  • Kona Kai Coffee Company
    At Kona Kai Coffee, floor-to-ceiling windows flood the space with natural light. As they perch on chairs astride sun-drenched dark wood tables, customers sip steaming cups of espresso and dig into fresh-made sandwiches and salads.? In step with their Hawaiian name, the coffee shop was founded in the spirit of aloha. It's operated as a nonprofit, with the primary goal to help homeless, at-risk youth, and other disadvantaged people learn life skills and on-the-job training. Through this endeavor, they seek to empower and inspire, and have earned themselves a 2011 Good Neighbor award from the National Restaurant Association.
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    124 4th Avenue South
    Kent, WA US
  • Remedy Teas
    Five Things to Know About Remedy Teas Seattle is best known for its coffee, but Remedy Teas aims to change that. They create artisanal tea-drinking experiences that begin with a choice—a hard one. That’s because more than 150 loose-leaf organic teas line the walls like elevator buttons. Read on to find out more about this local tea mecca. The teas are divided into nine different categories. In addition to black, green, and rooibos teas, Remedy also spotlights wellness blends designed to strengthen health. Each pot of tea comes with its own custom timer. The timers flash red when the tea is properly steeped. They also serve tea-infused cocktails. Baristas carefully mix up drinks such as the green-tea mojito. They cut whole sandwiches into bite-size corners. These tea-size treats come in savory or sweet combinations perfect for sharing. There’s free WiFi.
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    345 15th Ave E
    Seattle, WA US
  • Kukuruza Gourmet Popcorn
    Popcorn is anything but boring at KuKuRuZa Gourmet Popcorn. The family-owned, Seattle-local business specializes in unique flavor combinations such as Hawaiian Salted Caramel, Buffalo Blue Cheese, and Truffle Fromage Porcini. The menu changes each month to include seasonal varieties such as Pumpkin Spice Pecan (October and November) and Eggnog Brandy (November and December). Available in gift tins or in resealable specialty bags, these hand-crafted kernels are a wonderful snack to get your hands on. Share it with your friends and family to be everyone’s new best friend.
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    215 Pike St.
    Seattle, WA US
  • 2737bc
    Staying true to this original method of drinking tea, 2737bc sells only loose leaf tea. Why don’t we have 100 different blends of tea available? Simple, we want to provide quality not quantity. We will increase our product selection when we find more good teas but will never sell bad tea.
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    P.O. Box 15452
    Seattle, WA US
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