Nearby sites and sights in our Mt. Baker and Leschi neighborhood

Bradner Gardens Park – A unique pesticide-free park that includes P-patches, art works, and demonstration gardens. See innovative ways to grow vegetables and a winding ornamental border. Five-minutes walk from the Viewpoint.

Colman Park – Part of the Olmsted legacy, Colman winds down from 31st Ave. South to Lake Washington Blvd with terraced P-patches. A beach on the lake is also part of the park.

Frink Park – A natural woods with waterfall and trails, a short distance north on 31st Avenue South. It adjoins Leschi Park (woods) which reaches down to Lake Washington.

Golden Wheat Bakery Cafe – Baked goods, lunch and coffee.

That’s Amore Italian Café – Thin-crust pizza, pasta, and entrees.

Heyday – Burgers and bar with brunch and dinner.

Q.E.D. Coffee – Micro-roaster cafe where the coffee matters.

Doggiessimogrooming and more for your best buddy. Family-owned.

Mt. Baker Community Club – Many neighborhood activities, and a large facility for weddings and events.

St. Clement’s Episcopal Church – Catercorner from the Viewpoint at 1501 32nd Ave. South, where the Viewpoint public meetings were held.