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Kent museums
From hops to hydroplanes and all things pickleball, there’s a whole lot to learn in and about Kent. Visit three unique museums in Kent, and bring your curiosity and questions.
Free Guided tour is very informative and give a very detailed idea of the surrounding area as well as some ideas of what it would be like living inside the house during the early 1900s.
Kent Historical Museum
855 East Smith Street
Free Guided tour is very informative and give a very detailed idea of the surrounding area as well as some ideas of what it would be like living inside the house during the early 1900s.
History and excitement bring your inquisitive inner child and regale in this racing boat workshop for all ages! See the wonders of world war engines used for making beautiful waves and huge rooster tails of cascading water. Many events and adventures to be enjoyed by the young and young at heart.
Hydroplane & Race Boat Museum
5917 S 196th St
History and excitement bring your inquisitive inner child and regale in this racing boat workshop for all ages! See the wonders of world war engines used for making beautiful waves and huge rooster tails of cascading water. Many events and adventures to be enjoyed by the young and young at heart.
The Pickleball Museum The sport of pickleball began on a summer afternoon in 1965 on Bainbridge Island, Washington, when a local congressman and his friends picked up some ping-pong paddles and started to bat around a perforated ball on an old badminton court. From its humble beginnings, pickleball has grown to become one of the fastest-growing sports in the U.S. You can find out the whole story and a whole lot more at Kent’s Pickleball Museum. Stop in to see original equipment from the 1960s and learn about pickleball pioneers. The museum is tucked inside Pickleball Station, the region’s only indoor pickleball court. Along with the museum, the 18,000-foot-facility features four courts and a large pro shop.
Pickleball Station
22330 68th Ave S
The Pickleball Museum The sport of pickleball began on a summer afternoon in 1965 on Bainbridge Island, Washington, when a local congressman and his friends picked up some ping-pong paddles and started to bat around a perforated ball on an old badminton court. From its humble beginnings, pickleball has grown to become one of the fastest-growing sports in the U.S. You can find out the whole story and a whole lot more at Kent’s Pickleball Museum. Stop in to see original equipment from the 1960s and learn about pickleball pioneers. The museum is tucked inside Pickleball Station, the region’s only indoor pickleball court. Along with the museum, the 18,000-foot-facility features four courts and a large pro shop.
Our favorite restaurants
Kent serves pretty much anything and everything your palate might crave. Get a taste of locally sourced dishes, home-cooked favorites and eclectic pub grub. If your taste buds yearn for international fare, your table is waiting. Kent’s expansive culinary options reflect the people and flavors of this diverse and vibrant community. Find out what’s on the menu. Kent is serving up great dining, morning, noon and night.
Don’t let the name fool you. This Kent staple is famous for its breakfast menu, featuring waffles, omelets and classic combos. You haven’t seen the likes of their generous Sunday brunch buffet since 1978.
Golden Steer Steak 'n Rib House
23826 104th Ave SE
Don’t let the name fool you. This Kent staple is famous for its breakfast menu, featuring waffles, omelets and classic combos. You haven’t seen the likes of their generous Sunday brunch buffet since 1978.
Sit down with the locals and order the house-made corned beef hash or Maggie’s Mess—sautéed onions and sausage or ham over hash browns and slathered in gravy. Weekend visitors can opt for a slice of Maggie’s special quiche. Kids will love the fruit-face pancakes.
Maggie's On Meeker
307 W Meeker St
Sit down with the locals and order the house-made corned beef hash or Maggie’s Mess—sautéed onions and sausage or ham over hash browns and slathered in gravy. Weekend visitors can opt for a slice of Maggie’s special quiche. Kids will love the fruit-face pancakes.
This airy corner café offers a friendly vibe and fresh artisanal dishes including classic breakfasts, gourmet omelets and "Grandma Minnie’s Blintzes." Baked goods and cold smoked lox are made on site, and the cafe roasts its own coffee. Sidewalk seating lends a European flare.
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Wild Wheat Bakery Cafe & Restaurant
202 1st Avenue South
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This airy corner café offers a friendly vibe and fresh artisanal dishes including classic breakfasts, gourmet omelets and "Grandma Minnie’s Blintzes." Baked goods and cold smoked lox are made on site, and the cafe roasts its own coffee. Sidewalk seating lends a European flare.
Nothing says Pacific Northwest delicious quite like Duke’s. And there’s nothing quite like a bowl of their famous all-natural chowder paired with warm sourdough bread—except maybe the 100 percent grass-fed beef cheeseburgers. You may want to stay through dinner.
Duke's Seafood & Chowder
240 W Kent Station St
Nothing says Pacific Northwest delicious quite like Duke’s. And there’s nothing quite like a bowl of their famous all-natural chowder paired with warm sourdough bread—except maybe the 100 percent grass-fed beef cheeseburgers. You may want to stay through dinner.
Beautiful location, great views, and delicious food. We LOVE their Sunday brunch. Have to make reservations during the holiday season.
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Salty's at Redondo Beach
28201 Redondo Beach Drive South
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Beautiful location, great views, and delicious food. We LOVE their Sunday brunch. Have to make reservations during the holiday season.
Food, service and the view! Anthony's restaurants are always a lovely experience.
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Anthony's HomePort Des Moines
421 South 228th Street
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Food, service and the view! Anthony's restaurants are always a lovely experience.
Beautifully landscaped, so many flower baskets, lovely to see when dining on the outdoor deck. So pretty outside and very cute inside. Food and drinks are delicious. You must get at least a cup of the clam chowder.
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Wally's Chowder House Broiler
22531 Marine View Drive South
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Beautifully landscaped, so many flower baskets, lovely to see when dining on the outdoor deck. So pretty outside and very cute inside. Food and drinks are delicious. You must get at least a cup of the clam chowder.
Lively chain restaurant serving American seafood standards amid New England-themed decor.
Red Lobster
2006 S 320th St
Lively chain restaurant serving American seafood standards amid New England-themed decor.
The food is exquisite, the ambiance is very relaxing and gives out the southern vibes.
Black Angus Steakhouse
2400 S 320th St
The food is exquisite, the ambiance is very relaxing and gives out the southern vibes.
The food is fresh, filling, and in a great selection. You can order to go as well and pay by pound.
Hibachi Buffet
440 16th St NE
The food is fresh, filling, and in a great selection. You can order to go as well and pay by pound.
It is definitely the biggest restaurant in Seattle area with huge variety of seafood, Chinese food, Mongolian grill, plus a prime rib carving table. It also has a large section of freshly made sushi, poke and made to order noodle soup bar, plus an impressive dessert table.
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Feast Buffet
485 Renton Center Way SW
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It is definitely the biggest restaurant in Seattle area with huge variety of seafood, Chinese food, Mongolian grill, plus a prime rib carving table. It also has a large section of freshly made sushi, poke and made to order noodle soup bar, plus an impressive dessert table.
This place is a great deal for their weekday lunch special.
Mizuki Buffet
This place is a great deal for their weekday lunch special.
Best place in Kent for Thai. The food never disappoints and is very consistent. The dinning in is very small and quaint.
Grandma Thai Cuisine
603 E Smith St
Best place in Kent for Thai. The food never disappoints and is very consistent. The dinning in is very small and quaint.