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There is a variety of options for lodging, we will be blocking out a number of rooms at each hotel.

Holiday Inn Issaquah, WA.

Hilton Garden Inn Issaquah has 20 rooms blocked; 8 single king rooms, and 12 double queen rooms. TO RESERVE call 425-837-3600 and tell them you need to book a room from the Emilie & Ben wedding block. 

Hyatt Regency in Bellevue (about 6 miles west from the Pickering Barn) 
30 rooms are blocked out. Please call 425-462-1234 and ask to reserve a room from the Wehage/Irwin block. 

You can also book a room from the Hyatt Regency by logging onto this site https://resweb.passkey.com/go/WehageIrwin2014

Fun things to do in Issaquah/Bellevue/Seattle


 For our family and friends who are venturing in from out of town, we want you all to have the most amazing trip! We have included some fun things to do and see in the area.

 For local cuisine in Emilie's quaint hometown of Issaquah, Washington, check out Front Street and all of downtowns eateries.

- Jak's Grill http://www.yelp.com/biz/jaks-grill-issaquah

-Sunset Alehouse http://www.yelp.com/biz/sunset-alehouse-issaquah


Some things to do:

Bellevue Square Mall & Lincoln Center offer shopping, dining, a huge cinema with lounge style chairs, and a contemporary bowling alley that includes a full bar.

 Pike Place Market in Seattle, no need to elaborate, this is always a great go to!

 If any of you have yet to, check out Seattle's EMP! They often switch up the artists they are showcasing, so there is always something new to experience!

 The Issaquah Highlands is a new up and coming development in Issaquah, and there are plenty of shops and bars such as Sip, for the wine enthusiasts, Agave, (I hear they have mammoth size margaritas!) The Ram, this place has an incredible beer selection! And not to mention insane happy hour deals! (Check out their Vampire Fries for you garlic lovers!)

For foodies who will be venturing to Seattle during your trip...You must check out El Borracho downtown Seattle. Their tacos are some of the best we have ever had, and ones than can definitely be eaten in abundance! Try their Carnitas taco (Coca-Cola braised pork.) or their Carne Asada tacos! YUM!

Other options:
Ocho, a spanish style tapas bar in Ballard, Seattle
Asiago, a well known local italian bistro located on 4th and Virginia
The Honeyhole, (A fantastic sandwich shop on Capitol Hill, try The Gooch.) 

 There are always things going on such as live music and other entertainment in the greater Seattle area. Please contact Emilie or Ben for more advice or suggestions!