We love Gilman Village! We love the way these old farming and mining buildings were preserved and transformed about 50 years ago into an outdoor shopping mall. It started in 1972 when Marvin and Ruth Mohl decided saving unwanted buildings from around the old farming and mining town of Issaquah. This place contains today many stores, activities, coffee place, restaurants, and even a preschool. Some have opened a long time ago, some are new places. We have selected some of the Gilman Village’s outlets. There are many other to discover!
Aubrey’s Clock Gallery
One of the oldest boutique in Gilman Village (1974), specialized in clocks and vintage watches.
White Horse Toys
Fun and educational toys for children all ages. You will find there many European toys (Playmobil, Corolle, Brio).
Lucky Home / Lucky You
This is a great shop for furniture and home decor, you will find the perfect gift there.
The Recology Store
“The Recology Store offers products that encourage waste reduction by replacing disposable items with reusable ones, promoting recycled and recyclable products, and embracing reuse through unique, “upcycled” goods.”
Issaquah Coffee Company
One of the most authentic cafés on the Eastside. We immediately feel the warmness of the place.
It is located at the back of Gilman Village so don’t leave the place before you found it.
Charming tea room where you could enjoy a home-made ice cream, chocolates, cookies, buy some candies or nice gifts. Get a blueberry ice-cream during summer time and savour it on their terrasse!
Masa Mexican Kitchen & Cantina
Excellent Mexican modern restaurant with a great terrasse. The restaurant has opened in 2017 and it is open for lunch and dinner.
Tantalus Greek Bistro
Tantalus is a delicious traditional Greek restaurant.
For the complete liste of outlets, please check the Website of Gilman Village.