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Posted on: October 11, 2022

[ARCHIVED] Celebrate Fall in Downtown Issaquah

Celebrate fall in downtown Issaquah! 

Issaquah Goes Apples celebrates the harvest season in historic Downtown Issaquah with a variety of fun activities. Shop the markets and enjoy family-friendly activities.

Here’s what’s happening 

  • Local farmers will be at the Historic Shell Station with a bounty of Farm Fresh Market produce from 9am – 2pm Saturdays through Dec. 3. Community favorites Ayala Farms and Lia’s Garden will return with produce and flower bouquets.
  • Specialty Food Market: Artistic Food Brings Autumn Flavor will showcase favorite treats, perfect for seasonal gifts or to stock up your pantry, offerings for purchase include Spices, Local Produce, Honey products, Craft Butter, Jams, Cookies, Microgreens, Kettle Corn, Olive Oils, Vinegars, Pickles, Hand-made Crepes, Smoked Cheeses & Farm Fresh Eggs. And specialty vegan and international bakery treats. Weekly options will change, so mark your calendars for Saturdays Oct 15- Dec 3.
  • Salmon Hatchery Tours FISH: Fall 2022 Weekend Tours Weekend and daily tours 11am, 12pm and 1pm. Book now to see the fish coming home.
  • Apple Inspired Food Tour - Oct. 15 - Oct. 30. Tempt your taste buds as you stroll historic downtown. Consider Fin’s Bistro, Capri Cellars, JaK's Grill, Fischer Meats, Boehm's Candies, Forest Fairy Bakery, Experience Tea and Yum-e Yogurt, whose apple specials tie in with the community’s Issaquah Goes Apples Autumn in Issaquah celebration. Sweet and savory, appetizers, salads, main course, baked items, and spirits offer a stroll from the Mercantile Building to the Downtown Issaquah Plaza. An apple martini at Jak's Grill to the popular Capri Cellars wine bistro celebrates the season pairing wine with an Apple Pecan Salad and Apple Brie Toast Sliced featuring apples, melted Brie & honey. A stop at Fischer Meats to pick up apple sausage offers a delish home cooked option. Forest Fairy Bakery, Experience Tea and Yum-e Yogurt serve a variety of apple and pumpkin drinks and treats. Menu options subject to change.

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