Covington is a city in King County, Washington, United States. The population was 17,575 at the time of the 2010 census. Prior to the 2010 census, Covington was counted as part of Covington-Sawyer-Wilderness CDP.
Restaurants in Covington
5 based on 142 reviews
Pacific Bonsai Museum connects people to nature through the living art of bonsai. We feature world-class bonsai from the Pacific Rim nations of Canada, China, Japan, Korea, Taiwan and the United States. Free and open to the public six days a week, this cultural gem offers contemporary and traditional bonsai exhibits, group tours, education and special events.
We enjoyed a visit to this outdoor museum. On a weekday summer morning were were there alone. There was a large collection of amazing bonsai for us to enjoy. We loved seeing how old they were and the differing styles. Each had a very nice...MoreThank you for visiting! So glad you enjoyed it.
4.5 based on 243 reviews
Memorial is pretty impressive - fitting for a most impressive musician. But what really struck me were the notes, letters, and gifts left by fans from all over the US. Not sure how often the area is cleared/cleaned but during my visit, there were about a half dozen notes/letters, pizza box and beer bottles, and my favorite - a pair of panties. I think Jimi's memorial is more impressive than Bruce Lee's.
4.5 based on 126 reviews
Emerald Downs is a fun and low cost way to spend the afternoon at the track.
I had a great time and it is an entertaining way to spend some time whether you are a master gambler or a novice going for your first time.
It is actually lower cost than going bowling or seeing an evening movie for two with popcorn if you only bet the minimum of two dollars a race and pick "show" on your bet.You will win just often enough to always get your money back through the day and this way you may continue to wager for an afternoon.
When you start at 1pm at the first race and leave at 6pm and divide your total money you spent divided by the number of hours you were there it becomes cheaper than other forms of entertainment.
We determined we spend only $ 3.60 an hour, which is cheaper than other forms of going out one could do such as bowling, movies, the fair, etc.
The track officials and security and cashiers were all helpful and friendly as well as the restaurant staff and the front entrance booth person.They pointed out betting procedures and were smiling and cheerful.
The signage was clear and well placed and restrooms were clean.The PA system is loud enough but sometimes you need to listen well as the crowd is loud over what he is saying.
You may bet inside the main building as well as outside near where they parade the horses and show them prerace. As well you may purchase beverages there and they have outside seating with umbrellas to shade yourself from the sun.
There are plenty of restaurants to choose from at Emerald Downs from barbecue to finer dining to Quick Picks cafe to the several bars with food available for purchase.
They have both an elevator and stairs and covered for rain and exposed areas.
Also available to get to by bus and taxi and UBER.
4.5 based on 354 reviews
Ever dream of flying? Now you can at iFLY Indoor Skydiving in Seattle. Experience the thrill of skydiving without having to jump from a perfectly good airplane - no falling, no parachutes, just you floating on a smooth cushion of air with our professional instructor right next to you. No special skills are needed, just a sense of adventure. iFLY is safe for kids 3 and up, fun for the entire family, and perfect for birthday parties or groups. iFLY is the experience of a lifetime.
Great experience at iFly Seattle. I do have scoliosis but it wasn't a factor with flying. I made sure to stretch ahead of time and remain relaxed. That's the key is to "Relax!" The instructor was not only cute, but also informative and made sure my group had the best experience. I was able to do a lot on my first try. Make sure to hydrate as it is a lot of air and you will get dry mouth.
4.5 based on 38 reviews
The paths wind around a bit through this small arboretum, but it's a good place to get away from it all.
5 based on 66 reviews
People need to visit to see where our heroes rest. This is a beautiful resting place for our honored dead. They have great ceremonies where the public can participate such as Wreathes Across America where we attempts each year to cover every grave with a Christmas Wreath, or the Veteran's Day Ceremony.
3.5 based on 294 reviews
Muckleshoot Casino opened in April 1995 in a 13,000-square-foot tent offering 31 table games, pull-tabs, off-track betting and a cafe. Over the next 20 years, a series of successful expansions created what, today, is a 340,000-square-foot casino offering unparalleled gaming, entertainment and dining, making it "the Biggest and Best in the Northwest."
We stopped in while on a little vacation for my wife's birthday. I have driven by for several years on the way to the King County fair grounds, first time stopping in. They really upped their game! The facility was HUGE! very large parking garage and several entrances. The interior was clean and colorful. Much more space to move around than many of the local casinos kept the open feeling throughout the Casino. The staff were wonderful and very helpful. They really wanted you to enjoy your time there. We strolled, shopped, ate and gambled. 2.5 house went by very fast. We both had a wonderful time.
4.5 based on 57 reviews
Kent Station is the best place to take 8 hungry young people. Many food choices for the most finicky eaters. Must be at least 10 different restaurants in easy walking distance and with today's weather?, great to be outside in the NW.
5 based on 68 reviews
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I just barely started my membership! I can already tell I'm going to make lots of friends and get in shape fast! I've been trying to get back into shape by myself since I moved here 2 years ago and it just hasn't worked out!...MoreThanks Mackenzie, we're so happy you have found us. It's amazing to watch your confidence grow each class.
4 based on 79 reviews
The Outlet Collection is the largest fully enclosed outlet mall in the Pacific Northwest. Encompassing over 1 million square feet, The Outlet Collection is home to a unique mix of over 130 stores. The Outlet Collection is conveniently located at the intersection of Hwy 18 and SR 167 in Auburn. Visit our website for a complete list of stores, special offers, and mall events.
This is a good sized mall. Formerly known as the Supermall. It does have about 138 stores on one level. The easiest way to get there is by car. Plenty of parking around the mall. There are other shops and restaurants around the mall. The mall does have a food court, good for a quick bite. I do see a trend where you get the discount on the second item that you buy (e.g. buy one, get one 50% off)
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