Arts & Dining

Arts and Dining

When you live at Bow Lake, you’re never far from arts and entertainment. Nationally-recognized museums, independent galleries, touring Broadway plays, outstanding dance, music and more are yours – and all within 20 miles.


From regional theater to touring Broadway productions – rock shows to classic symphony – you can see an exciting event virtually any night of the week in Seattle. Venues range from the 2,800 seat Paramount Theater to small, neighborhood clubs to concerts on the lawn at the Woodland Park Zoo (weather permitting!). And best of all, you’re just a 35-minute train ride away.

Highline Performing Art Center
The Highline Performing Art Center hosts a steady slate of entertaining and affordable local concerts, dance performances and plays. Just an 8-minute drive from Bow Lake, this state-of-the-art, 800-seat theater is simply stunning.


BurienBistro Baffi Italian Cuisine in Burien
Owner and head chef, Michael Vujovich , shops at Seattle’s Pike Place Market every morning to ensure his dishes have only the freshest, most delicious ingredients possible. With a combination of a well-crafted menu of classic Italian food and the warm, intimate Mediterranean ambiance, you might forget you’re not in Italy.

Des MoinesAnthony’s Restaurant
So committed to serving only the freshest catch, Anthony’s HomePort Des Moines started their own seafood company in 1984. That tradition of excellence continues today as the staff works hard to make the food as wonderful as the sweeping views of Puget Sound.

TukwilaBJ’s Restaurant and Brewhouse
Whether you’re looking for a relaxing way to cap off a day of shopping or a special place to get together with friends, BJ’s Brewhouse in the Westfield Southcenter Mall is the perfect choice. Known for the one-of-a-kind, award winning beer they brew onsite, BJ’s also has a reputation for hearty and delicious pub food.