Fall Favorites in Bellevue
October 4, 2021 - by Sandy Vo
Fall Favorites in Bellevue
We are firm believers that when days are shorter, we need to take advantage of every single minute. This means making time to enjoy the autumn days in Bellevue. The season brings many fall offerings that are hard to resist... From unique fall flavors to gorgeous spots to admire the leaves, here’s our downtown to-do list in Bellevue this fall.
Fall Flavors at Molly Moon's
Molly Moon’s is a multigenerational gathering place sharing sweet and delicious ice cream with the world. This season, take a chance on their four fall flavors including Pumpkin Clove, a perfect balance of pumpkin pie spices, blended with fresh pumpkins that are roasted and pureed. It’s truly the perfect seasonal scoop! Discover more special flavors on their website.
Seasonal Relaxation with TRUCE Spa
Here's a monthly special for those looking to retreat from a busy workday into a quiet space for peace. TRUCE Spa is offering an October Staycation special featuring an aroma detox massage, Himalayan salt stone massage and body facial to help you get through the season change. Use ‘FallStaycations21’ when requesting your appointment.
Fall Fashion at Smith & Main
Fall in love with fall fashion at Smith & Main, a local women’s contemporary clothing boutique that carries a curated mix of up-and-coming new lines and unique accessories. Refresh your autumn wardrobe with their fall lineup of clothes and accessories. Everything from oversized cashmere sweaters to comfy pants, perfect for the chilly weather.
New Autumn Glass at glassybaby
Glassybaby has a large collection of beautiful hand-blown glass made with love and care. Owner Lee Rhodes devotes her business to providing hope and healing to people through her product. This fall, find some peace in the new “Pumpkin” glass, a beautiful yellow-orange tone that resonates with the feeling of warmth this season.
See the Leaves at Bellevue Downtown Park
The oh-so-popular Bellevue Downtown Park is a main attraction for admiring the season change. It has become a 21-acre oasis for dog owners, picnic lovers and park admirers. The park is lined with leafy trees that are in their peak of warm red and yellow colors. Take a seat next to the 240-foot wide waterfall and watch how the season can transform the park into a top spot to admire the best parts of fall.
Shop Local at Bellevue Farmers Market
The Bellevue Farmers Market isn’t over just yet. Starting October 16, the farmers market will be transitioning to every third Saturday at Bellevue Presbyterian Church from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Support local farmers while browsing seasonal fruit and veggies, one-of-a-kind artisan goods, tasty cuisine and so much more.
This blog is part of the Heart of Bellevue: our campaign to showcase local businesses while connecting you with stories of activity, creativity and recovery. Find out about our campaign and explore more of what’s happening around Downtown.