Redmond blends the elements you want from an urban environment with the things you usually miss when you move downtown. There’s plentiful dining, shopping, and recreation with outdoor space and access to nature.
With an accessible downtown and rich bicycle infrastructure, Redmond residents love going on foot or bike.
RECREATION & DINING
Sample a different cuisine and restaurant every night in an incredibly multicultural food landscape. Find a new favorite, family-owned spot and become a regular or order in and enjoy all that Redmond has to offer from the comfort of your couch.
Cats and dogs alike thrive in the Redmond community with plentiful spots to walk including Marymoor Park’s 40-acre off-leash area and local businesses dedicated to their care.
Marymoor Community Garden Association in Marymoor Park oversees over 200 plots for gardeners to grow their own crops. Test your green thumb and help maintain several food bank gardens to donate fresh, organic produce locally.
POWER TO THE PEDALERS
Nicknamed the “Bicycle Capital of the Northwest,” Redmond has dedicated bike lanes along several major roads and the paved Redmond Central Connector for comfortable, convenient travel on bike.
OUR FOODIE FAVORITES
FOR A WAKE UP
SoulFood Coffee House
5 minutes on foot
An artistic coffeehouse brewing fresh cafe drinks throughout the day and hosting live singer/songwriters in the evenings for extra inspiration either way.
FOR THE MORNING AFTER
Village Square Cafe
6 minutes on foot
A 1940s-themed diner serving every classic breakfast favorite from griddle-goldened pancakes to Tillamook ice cream shakes sure to revive you anytime.
FOR A WORKING LUNCH
The British Pantry
3 minutes on foot
A long-standing bakery since 1978, they craft classic British pastries and serve lunch Monday through Wednesday for a strong start to the week.
FOR A MID-DAY PICK-ME-UP
Hoffman’s Fine Cakes
7 minutes on foot
An European-style bakery serving delicate cakes and light lunches including a rotating monthly cake flavor that gives you an excuse to visit often.
FOR A FRIEND'S NIGHT OUT
8 minutes on foot
A lively, Mexican restaurant located in a historic Bill Brown building that was once a saloon. Now, they serve street-style tacos alongside house cocktails.
FOR A CASUAL MEET-UP
Mac & Jack’s Brewery
8 minutes by car
A plucky brewery born in co-founder Jack’s garage in 1993. Since, they’ve scaled up the operation in a converted transmission repair shop where they brew and serve.