Tag: Wild Ginger

Restaurants Now Open for Dine-In Service at The Collection

Are you longing to get out of the house and enjoy a delicious meal at a restaurant? Governor Inslee announced the relaxing of COVID-19 restrictions to allow King County to move into Phase 2. Since the end of January, restaurants have been permitted to reopen indoor service at 25% capacity. […]

Top Soups in Bellevue for Cold Winter Days

Described as the coldest season of the year, winter has a reputation for gray skies, stormy weather and crisp temperatures. What better way to warm up than with a tasty bowl of soup? Find comfort in crowd-pleasing favorites with soups of all different kinds. With over 50 dining destinations at […]

New Lincoln Square Restaurants Add Flurry of Happy Hours

With the flurry of new restaurants at Lincoln Square South, several new downtown Bellevue happy hours have been added. Below provides a recap of the new happy hour information for the new restaurants. Wild Ginger Wild Ginger Bellevue, located on the first floor of Lincoln Square expansion on Bellevue Way, […]

Dim Sum Brunch is Back at Wild Ginger in Bellevue

In April 2017, Wild Ginger completed its move from The Bravern to Lincoln Square Expansion. With a new, updated menu, Wild Ginger kept many fan favorites like Siam lettuce cups, seven flavor beef and Fragrant Duck. Here are some updates that we are excited to share: Weekend Dim Sum Brunch […]

New Wild Ginger Location Now Open at Lincoln Square

Wild Ginger Bellevue has completed its move from The Bravern to Lincoln Square’s expansion. Sunday marked Wild Ginger’s first day open to the public, as well as the first restaurant open at Lincoln Square expansion. The new location is more intimate at 5,900 square feet, which will seat 165 dinners. […]

New Announcements for Lincoln Square Expansion: Samsung, Wild Ginger, Taylor Shellfish, and more

Strolling by the Lincoln Square expansion today I saw lights starting to turn on, the escalators in plain sight, and the construction equipment beginning to be removed. The project will open to the public in January. On Wednesday the Puget Sound Business Journal reported on several new pieces of information about […]