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]e community - Fast food KENTUCKY FRIED CHICKEN -- 555 N.W. Gilman Blvd. Chicken, chicken sandwiches, corn on the cob. Take out available. McDONALD'S -- 1305 N.W. Gilman Blvd. Hamburgers, fish sandwiches, chicken. Drive-through, take-out available. SKIPPER'S SEA FOOD AND CHOWDER HOUSE -- 670 Front St. N. Seafood, clam chowder, chicken, salad bar, beer and wine. Children's plate. Take out available. TRIPLE X -- 98 N.E. Holly St. (off Gilman Boulevard) Hamburgers, hot and cold sandwiches, seafood, chili dogs, burritos. Children's portions. Take out available. Family dining ROCKY'S PIZZA -- 1235 12th N.W. Lunch and dinner. Pizza, submarine sandwiches, salad bar, chicken, fish, beer and wine. Take out available. MONOHON'S -- 59 Front St. N. Breakfast, lunch and dinner. Steak and seafood specialties, beer, wine, cock- tail lounge. Reservations requested for groups of four or more. FOOTHILLS -- 120 N.W. Gilman Blvd. Breakfast, lunch and dinner. Steak and seafood specialties, beer, wine, cocktail lounge. Children's menu. Banquet room for groups up to 25. VIP'S -- 1433 N.W. Sammarnish Rd. Breakfast, lunch and dinner, 24 hours. American and Mexican food, beer, wine, cocktail lounge. Children's menu. Banquet room for groups of 20 to 36. FASANO'S -- 80 Front St. N. Breakfast, lunch and dinner. American food, beer, wine, cocktail lounge. Live entertainment. Banquet room for groups up to 50. MANDARIN GARDEN -- 40 E. Sunset Way. Lunch and dinner. Chinese, Mandarin and Szechwan food, beer and wine. Take out available. Banquet room for groups up to 20. HOLIDAY INN -- 1801 12th N.W. Breakfast, lunch and dinner, Sunday buffet. Variety of specialties, salad bar, beer, wine, cocktail lounge. Live entertainment. Children's menu. Banquet rooms for groups of 25 to 300. JAY BERRY'S GOURMUF PIZZA AND PASTA -- 385 N.W. Gilman Blvd. Lunch and dinner. Pizza, pasta, sandwiches, salad bar, beer and wine. Children's menu. Take out available. SUN SUN -- 675 N.WL Locust. Lunch and dinner. Chinese, Cantonese and American food, beer, wine, cocktail lounge. Children's portions. Take out available. Daily lunch specials. Banquet rooms for groups up to 85. LIBERTY LANES -- 361 N.E. Gilman Boulevard. Lunch and dinner. Hamburgers, salads, sandwiches, beer and wine. ORIGINAL ELLEN'S -- Gilman Village. Breakfast, lunch and dinner. Hamburgers with choice of 12 toppings, salads, sandwiches, dinner specialties vary daily. Specialty desserts. Monthly special dinner by reservation only. More than 60 beers, wine. Reservations requested for groups of six or more. THE FEED STORE -- Gilman Village. Breakfast, lunch and dinner. Pastry and muffins, novelty salads, soup, sandwiches, quiche, beer and wine, specialty desserts, espresso. Dinner reservations suggested, seating from 5:30 to 8 p.m. Banquet rooms for groups up to 50. THE DEAL Lunch only ONKEL OSMOND'S 185 Front St N. Sandwiches, soup, salad, dessert, beer and wine. Take out available. PUGET SOUND BAKING COMPANY TEA ROOM -- 355 N.W. Gilman Blvd. Sandwiches, soup, salad, specialty desserts and pastry, beer and wine. Take out available. BOARDING HOUSE Gilman Village. Sandwiches, soup, salad, desserts,beer and wine. Take out available. Delis THE FEED STORE -- Gilman Village. Meats, cheeses, breads, dell salads. KC FOODS -- Front and Sunset. Meats, cheese, breads, dell salads, sandwiches, roast chicken, pizza, burritos. TIGER MOUNTAIN COUNTRY STORE -- Issaquah- Hobart Road at Cedar Grove Road. Meats, cheese, bread, pizza, dell salad, sandwiches, specialty desserts, ice cream. TIME /ISE GROCERY-DELl -- 810 Front St. N. Meats, cheese, breads, sandwiches, dinner salads, dell salads, chili, pastry and muffins, ice cream. Daily specials. Open 24 hours. MAKERS APPLIANCES Taverns Over 75,000 people crowd into Issaquah during the Salmon Days weekend. The fun begins with a Saturday morning parade. August -- Miss Issaquah Pageant. Twelve young women compete for $2000 in scholarships. Judging is based on talent, poise and personality. Winner represents Issaquah at the Miss Washington Pageant, a prelude to the Miss America Pageant. Sponsored by the Issaquah Chamber of Commerce. September -- Village Theatre New Season opens with more stage favorites, some drama, some comedy, some musicals. Season tickets available. Held the first weekend of every October Sponsored by the Issaquah Chamber of Commerce. October -- Issaquah High School Homecoming brings return graduates from as far back as the class of 1911. Friday night home game with half-time float competition, and coronation of the king and queen. Saturday night dance November -- Christmas Open House at Gilman Village A Sunday afternoon event when the shops unveil their holiday decor December -- Santa arrives on Front Street to light the town Christmas tree. Children are invited to decorate the tree, sing carols and sip hot apple cider. Sponsored by the Celebrations Commission. All of the town celebrations are subject to change. For further information call the Chamber of Commerce Visitor Informa- tion Center, 392-7024. GASLAMP 1296 N.W. Mall. Hamburgers, chicken, sandwiches, salad, chili, beer and wine. Take out available. Traveling DeN service visits local businesses weekdays with sandwiches, salads and desserts. ROLLIN LOG -- 50 E. Sunset Way. Chicken, chili, beer and wine. UNION TAVERN -- 21 FrOnt Street N. Beer and wine. H and H TAVERN -- 91 Front Street N. Beer and wine. Catering THE FEED STORE -- Dell trays and catering for any group size outside the store. In house catering for up to 80. KC FOODS -- Dell trays available for six to 30 people. ORIGINAL ELLEN'S -- Catering in house or outside. Any size group, anywhere. HOLIDAY INN -- Catering in house for groups up to 300. mlm MEET YOUR PUGET POWER TEAM! Meter readers and office representatives from left are George Lapp, Vern Layne, Jim Boyer, John Capps, Ron Jensen, Sharon Pearson, Chuck Nigretto, Jean Ramsey, Louise Beek, Dave Harris, George Setzler, Tom Conover. Missing is Jeanne Knapp. PUOETPOI00ER Bellevue/Issaquah/Mercer Island Local Office 600 116th Ave. N.E., Bellevue 453-6772 Lisa Temcov, Miss Issaquah 1984, was crowned last August by her predecessor Daniela Erhard. October -- Salmon Days celebrates the miracle of the salmon returning to their spawning grounds at the fish hatchery. Parade, salmon bake, 250 booths for arts, crafts and concessions, juried art show, Spawn Prix, museum open house, pan- cake breakfast, horseshoe tournament, street dancing, a 5 and 10 kilometer run. and merchandise. Food samples and demonstrations. November -- "Country Cookbook" at the Holiday Inn. Finalists in the annual cook- off bring their prepared food for judging. Grand prize plus division prizes. Spon- sored by the Issaquah Press. J -. llolillal! 00hopp00 Headquarters for beautiful European imports including Steinbach nutcrackers, smokingmen, music boxes & ornaments Christmas & its Spirit all year long! 392-8474 Gilman Village Mon.-Fri. 10-6, Sat. 10-5, Sun. 12-5 Say it simply, beautifully. 00Fresh cut flowers and arrangements --Dried or silk flowers 00Handcrafted home gifts 00Candles 00Special cards 00Delivery service, wire service ttttl 7ILL00gl fLOt00I00t Gilman Village, Issaquah 392-3711 Fourth of July festival goers enjoy sniffing the red hot chili as it simmers on the stoves during the annual cook-off. Affordable GROWN IN OUR GREENHOUSE FlowenngAnnuals Primroses Perennials Poinseffias Fuchsias Geraniums Flowering Baskets Vegetable Starts FROM OUR NURSERY Fruit Trees " Roses Shade Trees Bulbs Junipers Seeds Rhododendrons Protective Sprays Ground Covers * Ferliliziers lssaquah CLOSED SUNDAYS Exit 15 Off 1-90. 1 Mile South On Renton-lssaquah Road (Hiway 900) I 392-1025