One local woman got tired of all the cardboard and plastic packaging in her house, and decided to start a refillery on wheels.
Many entrepreneurs grew their home-based food ventures during the pandemic, providing local residents a trusted alternative to a physical store.
Sammamish is Big Fish Sushi Restaurant’s second location in the Seattle area.
Specializing in north Indian cuisine, the owners are so focused on cooking good food that they did not bother to set up a dining room.
With COVID-19 shutting down dining rooms or limiting their capacity, several restaurants have started food trucks to make ends meet.
Located on NE Inglewood Hill Road, the Sahalee Veterinary Hospital primarily serves dogs and cats.
Young entrepreneurs have taken to Instagram and Facebook to build new businesses during the pandemic.
With a bit of agility and luck, Tanoor has not only survived, but has also expanded to a second location.
Shopping local helps our neighbors and ensures these businesses will still be here after the pandemic.
For many residents, the low rating resonated with their impression of Sammamish as being “boring.”