Chera Amlang, owner of Hood Famous Bakeshop
DeLaurenti Food & Wine

It’s time to do something.

King County is a place for doers. From dining in Bellevue to cycling in Renton to sipping in Woodinville to shopping in Seattle, it’s time to head out the door and treat yourself to doing – safely, of course. You need it. Grab a coffee to go, dine outside, visit a museum, or book a hotel stay nearby. You can revisit an old favorite or find a new one. There’s a range of “somethings” for you to do and after the toll they’ve taken over the past several months, bakeries, museums, restaurants, hotels, plant shops, and your other local favorites need it too. So get out, mask up, and do something.

These local business owners are hoping that you get out and do something:

Melissa, owner of Musang, made it her mission to bring Filipino food back to Beacon Hill. Support your local restaurants when you #DoSomethingNearby.

Efrem, owner of Boon Boona Coffee in Renton, opened his shop to showcase East African coffee culture. Support your local barista when you #DoSomethingNearby.

Kathy Jo, owner of KJ’s Cakery Bakery, has dreamed of opening a corner bakery in Kent since she was a little girl. Support your local bakeries when you #DoSomethingNearby.

Reuben, owner of Mr. Naturalz Salon in Renton, set out to create a community barbershop where everyone could feel at home. Get that fresh cut feeling and support your local barber when you #DoSomethingNearby.

Mari, owner of Damsel Cellars in Woodinville, created an outdoor tasting space to stay open and stay safe. She is counting on you to raise a glass and lift your spirits. Support your local wineries when you #DoSomethingNearby.

Jen from Urban Sprouts in Renton specializes in house plants for beginners, and she is calling on you to welcome a new green friend into your home today. Support your local nursery when you #DoSomethingNearby.

If you’re a business in the region looking to get involved, view the Do Something Business Toolkit It’s filled with graphics, logos, and verbiage so that you can join this effort and ask people to get out there and do something.

Please check with the businesses directly if you have specific questions or concerns about their protocols or their adherence to the pledge. Visit Seattle and Seattle Southside RTA are separate entities from their partners and are not responsible for their actions or omissions. Please note that Visit Seattle and Seattle Southside RTA will not be liable should you contract an illness while visiting any of these locations.


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