Dining Decisions: The Bellevue Collection Brings a New App to the Table

The Eastside shopping mecca launches an app designed to make dining decisions easier for guests.
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Henry's Tavern
Boasting an impressive collection of restaurants, bars and cafes, The Bellevue Collection is as well-known for dining variety as it is for shopping (and free parking!). From casual quick bites to formal feasts and happy hour hot spots, there truly is something for everyone, making questions like, "Where should we go for lunch?" more complicated than you might think. Enter: The "Collection Eats" app, minimizing dining decisions one download at a time.
Tavern Hall
The new app allows users to filter more than 50 restaurants and 30 cafes by type of meal, cuisine and price. Find a favorite happy hour, make reservations, order delivery and get directions all within a single platform. Also accessible via the app are seasonal menu features and live music/special events. So, if you’re stepping out of the office looking for a quick bite or on a date searching for a sit-down sushi restaurant, now know, there’s an app for that.
The app is free to download. Go to bellevuecollection.com/eats for more information.
Download now and do good! The Bellevue Collection will donate $2 per download to the Bellevue LifeSpring Breaktime Mealtime™ program through December 31, 2017.

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