What’s Open?

This crisis has been difficult for many local businesses, from restaurants and cafés, to retailers and service providers. We want to help you get the word out about your continued operations. The “What’s Open Eastside” map allows you to add your business, its status, hours, and any adapted operations so you can inform your customers. Add your business to the map here.

Curious which businesses are operating and how? Check out the map!

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Other Resources

Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, multiple online marketplaces have been developed to support small business by connecting businesses to customers. If you know of other online resources like this, please let us know.

Keep It Local Seattle
A directory that includes businesses’ current information on their operations and how to shop or dine with them during COVID-19. Includes information like adjusted hours, links to place an order, pickup instructions, and the best way to contact them. Businesses can submit their information at https://keepitlocalseattle.org/pages/get-listed or email keepitlocalseattle@gmail.com.

Saving Local King County
The program provides an opportunity for stores, restaurants, and entertainment venues across King County to promote special offers and generate cash flow while their businesses remain closed or restricted due to public health guidelines. Businesses with a deal to offer can submit at https://www.savinglocalkc.com/add-your-business/

Shop Local Kirkland
A digital marketplace of Kirkland-based businesses www.ShopLocalKirkland.com is an initiative designed to encourage local consumption and serve as a tool to help local Kirkland businesses survive and thrive through the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond. Participation is free for any business licensed to do business in the City of Kirkland. Register your business here. Email questions to shoplocalkirkland@kirklandwa.gov.

Are you a restaurant owner or operator? Check out the Eastside Restaurant Support group on Facebook for inspiration and a captive audience of customers.