Brunello’s officially becomes Franceso Ristorante Italiano, complete with new menu, new lunch prices

It's been almost a year since Brunello's on Snoqualmie Ridge was sold to Francesco Montalto. With new ownership also came a plan to rebrand the longtime Snoqualmie restaurant in order to give it a new identity. … [Read more...]

Committed to Snoqualmie: No Boat Brewing announces expansion just two years after opening

It's only about 2.5 years since No Boat Brewing Company opened inside some empty Ronix Warehouse space on Snoqualmie Ridge, but in that short time it has grown to be popular with locals and tourists alike. … [Read more...]

The Tummy Taxi: new family-operated, food delivery service launches in the Snoqualmie Valley

A new family business launched this week in the Snoqualmie Valley- complete with a catchy name: The Tummy Taxi, which delivers food from all North Bend and Snoqualmie restaurants straight to your home. Have … [Read more...]

Three Snoqualmie businesses close their doors this week

Three Snoqualmie businesses closed their doors this week. The biggest surprise to many residents was when Ana's Mexican Restaurant owner Anna Sotelo unexpectedly announced via the restaurant's Facebook page … [Read more...]

Business Comings: New Snoqualmie Restaurant serves up ramen, Korean-style lunches

A new restaurant has taken the place of Rose's Deli on Snoqualmie Ridge - right next to the UPS Store on Center Blvd - called Ridge Cupbop and Ramen. The restaurant change also includes a reworked interior … [Read more...]

Iron Duck: Amazing Pizza in an Unexpected Place

The Snoqualmie Valley has a lot of pizza options. Since I've raised four kids here for nearly two decades, I've eaten my fair share of pizza - since it always seemed to be one of those meals that was 'pleasing … [Read more...]

Dogs showing up in more places: breaking down where allowed, pet friendly local businesses

[Article by North Bend resident, longtime pet trainer and owner of Miss Lola’s Academy for Wayward Dogs] Way back in January 2015 - after reading an argument on Facebook about dogs in malls - I wrote an … [Read more...]

Snoqualmie City Council approves new Sigillo Cellars Building concept proposed for King Street Lot

UPDATE |  October 26, 2017 On Monday, October 23, 2017 in a unanimous vote, the Snoqualmie City Council approved the conceptual design direction of the new Sigillo Cellars Building. Per the option purchase … [Read more...]

Attention Foodies: Snoqualmie Valley Restaurants celebrate homegrown food during Bounty Week

All week long if you visit Snoqualmie Valley restaurants, you could find yourself being served up food grown about as locally as it can get. During the second annual Bounty Week, October 13th-19th, local … [Read more...]

New Snoqualmie Bartell’s, Safeway: ready, set opening SOON

After announcing last summer that  a new Safeway and Bartell Drug's would be coming to Snooqualmie Ridge for the summer of 2017, the large construction project, coordinated by Snoqualmie-based developer EDG … [Read more...]

The Rusty Roof: North Bend native one step closer to opening dream restaurant, building it from ground up

It's taken almost a year to get the city's final approval on building and site plans, but it looks like Lisa Riley is officially moving closer to bringing her new restaurant - located inside a brand new new … [Read more...]

Bounty Week: A Celebration of Snoqualmie Valley-Grown Food, local Restaurants get into the Act

Organizers of a new unique week focused on local food say the Snoqualmie Valley has a rich history of providing food to its inhabitants, including the Snoqualmie People who gathered camas, lilies, bracken fern, … [Read more...]

The New Food Option in Town: Wicked Wiches

There's a new shop in town - to be more precise , a sandwich shop located in downtown Snoqualmie. Hidden in the back of the small Snoqualmie Market on Railroad Ave lies Wicked Wiches Sandwich Shop. The … [Read more...]

Guest Column | Effecting Positive Change for North Bend: Proposal for Better Communication between Council and Community

This guest article is written by Brenden Elwood, a candidate for North Bend City Council [Position #5], who was recently endorsed by Mayor Ken Hearing. Elwood believes one of the reason the mayor chose to … [Read more...]

Twin Peaks Director David Lynch Spotted Around the Valley, Series Heading to Showtime next Year

It's not breaking news. More like a Hollywood tidbit, but ever since Showtime announced last fall that its bringing back Twin Peaks after 25 years, the question around the Valley has been when will film crews … [Read more...]