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February 03, 2014

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Sheryl

I really miss the homemade soups & sandwiches from Sasi's cafe.

Cathi Coy

I would love to have a Country bar to go to to do some dancing! Years ago, when the Cowboy Restaurant closed (where Yuppy Pawn is now in Totem Lake), my hubby and I talked about buying that place and making it into a Country bar. Today we kick ourselves at the lost opportunity at the perfect location. We are from Texas and Kansas and longing for things that remind us of home! Yeehaw!

Jenny

Things that would be fun to have downtown:
• Comedy club
• Brew pub theater
• Dog friendly indoor space
• Board game bar
• Climbing wall

Neal

Have you heard there is a new Brew-pub and mini-golf bar going into the space below the new Sotheby's on Lake Street? It will be called "Flatstick", entry will downstairs next to the Volvina Martini Bar. Bing/Google it - I'm not kidding.

Wendy

Great topic! I'm in favor of anything that would make downtown Kirkland more vibrant...ok, let's just start with less vacant.

Here are some ideas:

Kids indoor play place…like wiggles in crossroads mall

Deru…move them to downtown

Sushi restaurant

Stationary Store

Bobbie Reed

We need a new florist! There was a nice one years ago where Banner Bank is now.

Sharon

Cheryl I agree with you! I miss homemade soups, toasted sandwiches, fresh salads. A Gourmet Deli offering all of this would be a hit!!

Lorraine Weeks

I would love an antiques and collectibles mall or store in downtown Kirkland again.

Law Wanxi

How about a Korean restaurant?

Actually, Juanita Bay Village would be a better site; it has parking.

Something indoor dog friendly would also be good.

Liz Hunt

Great post!
A healthy deli with gluten free and dairy free options would be great (maybe like Essential Baking Co cafe in Bellevue UBookstore).
A place with dancing and decent food; maybe also pool, ping pong, maybe board games.
A restaurant like Pomegranate Bistro - they are always packed!

nicole

Agree with the florist and good deli. Also need a good local, not chain, hardware store.

Nick Nelson

Tully's is becoming a homegrown sandwich shop. Healthy deli checked off the list.

http://www.eathomegrown.com/

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