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Celebrating Women’s History Month in Seattle Eastside

March is Women’s History Month, and there are a ton of ways you can celebrate it in Seattle Eastside. Slowly but surely, we are gaining more and more woman-owned businesses in Bellevue, Kirkland, Redmond, and beyond.

Throughout the month of March, Yelp Seattle Eastside will be partnering with woman-owned businesses for exclusive Elite Events, Elite Perks, and Instagram giveaways. 

While it’s awesome to visit these businesses during Women’s History Month, remember that these businesses are going strong year round – be sure to check out the list below and support the local female business owners.

Hollywood Baked Goods

Hollywood Baked Goods, photo provided by HBG

“I had the pleasure of working with Hollywood Baked Goods for a baby shower, and she absolutely went above and beyond my expectations. Holly delivered the most beautiful, Pinterest-worthy, Instagramable treats ever. And DELICIOUS!” – Danielle C.

Lilac Cafe

“One of our favorite places to eat in Kirkland!  The short ribs with mashed potatoes and Brussels sprouts are the best I’ve had anywhere!  It’s falling off the bone tender, lean, and flavorful!” – Diane D.

River Valley Cheese

Photo provided by RVC

“We made some excellent burrata but the experience is made all the better by the sparkling personality and energy of owner Kristi. She keeps it upbeat, informative, engaging, and fun. Kristi IS an important factor in the experience at River Valley and she is fabulous.” – Lora P. 

Salon Saida

“Third time’s a charm! This is the third salon I’ve been to in Kirkland and I’ve finally found the one! Saida is wonderful. She worked with my hair (fine and mostly gray) and shaped it to my face so that I have a natural look that is flattering. Just what I wanted. No more haircut anxiety!” – Angela G.

Taqueria Los Chilangos

Photo by Yelper Nelson Y.

“*Blessed* to be living in an area with many many delicious taco trucks. These guys are one of the best, and oh man, I wish they had a resturant. It’s true, each time I find the food to be consistent, delicious, and authentic.” – Chang L.

Bellden Cafe

“OMG, heaven on earth! This place is spectacular. I’d been wanting to come here forever and my friends helped that dream come true. It’s so cute inside and the food well, the photos say it all. You can not go wrong with anything ordered here. The drinks as well. I had a caramel latte that was so beyond delish!” – Jazmin S. 

Tem Sib Thai Food Reimagined

Photo by Yelper Katie N.

“Amazing! Really great standard Thai dishes as well as many dishes “reimagined” as they claim.  The reimagined dishes tend to be Italian/Thai fusion, such as their seafood risotto (which is creamy and quite incredible). ” – Alice T.

Callan Cellars

“This place was awesome the wine maker Lisa was such a joy and was such a pleasure to talk with and even shared her craft with us through our tasting and the wine was spectacular even joined their wine membership. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!!!” – Nathan D. 

FogRose Atelier

Photo by Yelper Ting A.

“What a beautiful little gem in Bellevue. From the moment you step inside you feel like you’re in a story book. Decor is absolutely lovely and service attentive. Food and craft cocktails are truly delicious. Valentine’s Day menu and service were superb. A very unique experience for a Bellevue.” – Eddie L.

Bungalow at Juanita Beach

“Pulled up to check out the happy hour on a sunny day. The Hawaiian vibes were on point and happy hour mai thais were slappin. We also got some fries, and let me say this: I don’t mess with aioli (aka finesse mayonnaise into something acceptable) but the black pepper aioli they have is BANGIN.” – Anthony H. 

The Seattle Eastside and Greater Seattle areas are flush with amazing woman-owned businesses that have a variety of talent and products to offer. The above list is just a handful, and a great place to start. Be sure to share if you stop at these spots, and any others, by using #yelpseattleeastside.