Make a Day of It.
145 E North Bend Way (425) 888-1243
North Bend Bar & Grill
Big, comfortable food in a warm family setting
202 W North Bend Way (425) 292-0957
Pioneer Coffee Company
Family owned roasting house & cafe
234 E North Bend Way (425) 888-2301
Scott's Dairy Freeze
Historic old-school drive-in burgers and shakes
137 W North Bend Way (425) 831-5511
Family diner famous for 'Twin Peaks' Cherry Pie
424 Main Ave S (425) 831-5511
Family owned, friendly Mexican cantina
127 West North Bend Way (425) 888-0632
Recently renovated historic deli in the heart of downtown
14303 436th Ave SE (425) 888-6600
Traditional family dining in a little restaurant by the golf course.
101 West North Bend Way (425) 483-2337
Casual brew pub and dining in historic hotel building
330 North Bend Way (425) 888-1722
The Pour House
Big screen sports bar & grill for every Seahawk fan
202 W North Bend Way (425) 292-9390
Eclectic, soulful gifts and home furnishings
461 South Fork Avenue SW (425) 888-4505
Premium Outlet Mall
Impressive collection of fifty quality brand stores
111 E North Bend Way (425) 396-0898
Fun shop in downtown with something for everyone
2-mile steep hike with great views of the lake and mountains, and a large lakeside picnic area.
Rattlesnake Lake & Ledge Trail
19901 Cedar Falls Rd SE
Travel by train from North Bend for a visit with Santa Claus at Snoqualmie and to enjoy refreshments (included with tickets) and a small gift. Purchase tickets in advance.
The Santa Train
38625 SE King Street, Snoqualmie (425) 888-3030
At the falls, you will find a two-acre park, gift shop, observation deck, the Salish Lodge and the famous 270 foot waterfall.
6501 Railroad Avenue, Snoqualmie (360) 320-6397
Gaining 3,100 feet in a little under four miles, this popular hike falls in a kind of sweet spot for experienced and novice hikers alike: enough of a test for bragging rights, not so tough as to scare people away.
Mt. Si Trail
SE Mt. Si Road
Located right next to big brother Mount Si, the small rocky bluff known as Little Si is a moderately graded 4.7 mile trail that is perfect for beginners who are looking to get back in shape.
Little Si Trail
SE Mt. Si Road
Visit a Victorian depot, learn how the railway changed Washington and influenced settlement. See and feel the excitement of a working railroad, and walk along the outdoor museum of historic railway cars.
Northwest Railway Museum
38625 SE King Street (425) 888-3030
Learn about the complex issues surrounding the region's drinking water, forests and wildlife via exhibits, walkways, and programs.
Cedar River Watershed & Education Center
19901 Cedar Falls Road S.E. (425) 831-6780
Take a step back in time to the pioneer days to see Native American artifacts, early logging equipment and a turn of the century kitchen, gift store, unique books, videos, and photos.
Snoqualmie Valley Historical Museum
320 Bendigo Avenue South (425) 888-3200