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Juanita Pub
9736 NE 120th Pl, Kirkland, WA 98034
Juanita Pub has been a neighborhood staple for years. A complete sports pub, come on Seahawk Sunday and watch the gameMore on large, flat-screen TVs. There are tons of entrees and appetizers to choose from, full bar drink menu, karaoke nights, pool tables, darts and a jukebox to choose your favorite songs.
Hectors Restaurant
112 Lake St, Kirkland, WA 98033
Hector's has been Kirkland's neighborhood restaurant since 1975, serving breakfast, lunch, dinner, late-night diners andMore weekend brunch. Mondays and Fridays boast unusually long happy hours. The menu has something for everyone with cuisine from just about everywhere. Try the weekend-only cinnamon rolls, freshly baked and only available until they run out. The bar is a great place to catch a Seahawks game when they play on a Sunday.
Denny's
12106 NE 124th St, Kirkland, WA 98034

This Denny's restaurant on Northeast 124th St. offers the breakfast favorites and round-the-clock comfort food thatMore characterize the diner-style chain. Its interior is clean and spacious and provides a breakfast counter. 

A separate lounge area offers a full bar and happy hour discounts, from 3 to 7pm. Beer specials are also available during Seahawks and Husky football games. In addition, AARP members receive a 20 percent discount here.

Juanita Bay Pharmacy
13520 100th Ave NE, Kirkland, WA 98034

Since 1980 this owner/ pharmacist has been dispensing healing medicine. This is a compounding pharmacy, no drugs thatMore leave here were manufactured by a pharmaceutical company. Everything is made here in the pharmacy. There are also a medical equipment sales and rental department.

The majority of the store is filled with gifts and cards. It carries Cougar Gold cheese and gifts, Husky gear, Seahawks gifts, toys, glass items, a nice selection of gift-ware to choose from and the greeting card selection is excellent. There is also a post office onsite.

Earl's Barber Shop
13029 NE 70th Pl, Kirkland, WA 98033
Earl's is a veritable icon of local business. Retired owner Earl Bensel opened his old-fashioned barber shop in 1961More and, with his son Adam, has cut more than five generations of hair. Though humble enough not to drop names, Earl's has seen its share of famous heads from Seahawks to Mariners to local billionaires. Men and boys will feel right at home amidst the sports and hunting decor or while working on a puzzle in the antler trophy room. Every year, Earl's donates hair cuts to local elementary school auctions and Earl repairs old baseball gloves for young Kirkland athletes.