Dating since elementary school

Snoqualmie Casino is the destination to stimulate your senses and treat yourself to a night you won’t soon forget.

Snoqualmie When Eastsiders want to belt out a tune, they journey across the lake to Seattle to jam at Rock Box on Capitol Hill.

Stop by the bar for some liquid courage or enjoy a menu of charcuterie and cheeses before you hit the high notes on the venue’s main stage.

The Riveter’s 15-member team operates two locations on the other side of Lake Washington and, soon, Los Angeles.

But the company plans to continue expanding its operations (hopefully to the Eastside).

Held at the end of September, the annual Kirkland Oktoberfest celebrates all things German along the Kirkland waterfront for the 21-and-over crowd.

Kirkland For four years in a row, our readers have chosen Bellevue-based Bit Titan as both the best business (medium-sized in 20, and large-sized in 20) and best office space on the Eastside.

The Riveter is a female-forward workspace and community built for business and impact.

Beyond just a desk and hot coffee, The Riveter offers its members the opportunity for professional development, networking, and business resources through on-site programming (like negotiations, VC pitching, or marketing), brand partnerships, and member benefits.

But most of us know Pool as our favorite weatherman on KOMO 4 (even if he keeps telling us it’s going to rain).

No wonder Eastsiders have voted i Pic Theaters as their No. i Pic in Redmond offers gourmet food that is easy to eat in the dark — like lobster rolls or cheesecake brulee — and it also serves wine, cocktails, and beer. And no worries: classic candy and popcorn are available, too.

Add a pinch of live music performances, and a dash of special sporting events on a big screen.

Bellevue Festival Kirkland Oktoberfest Foosball, stein races, keg rolling, live entertainment, and let’s not forget about all the bier and brats.

But it probably has more to do with the free candy station. Bellevue Thirty years ago, Eli and Rebecca Almo left the real estate development business and opened their first assisted living facility in Seattle.