Yoga and massage studios dot the area, but aside from a Michael's for crafting supplies and a Walgreen's drug store, one of the few non-food joints in South Juanita is Everyday Athlete, where runners can find just about anything they might need for any season. Besides clothing and shoes, Everyday Athlete has a few sporty toys like GPS watches and heart rate monitors.
Residents can find a whole host of boutiques in downtown Kirkland from Asher Goods, for men's wear and accessories, to Serendipity for its new and consigned fashion for women. Both have a variety of chic clothing options, but besides attire, Asher Goods features a variety of men's watches, backpacks, eye wear, hunting gear, and more. Serendipity on the other hand leans towards less practical options, such as jewelry made from semiprecious stones and fashionable scarves and bags that tie outfits together.
Bargain hunters will love Eastside Community Aid, an all-volunteer-run, nonprofit thrift store near where NE 124th St meets I-405. Here, shoppers can find deals on a wide selection of household items and office supplies, clothing and jewelry, and it passes profits on to local causes.
A QFC on NE 124th St. or one up Juanita Dr. NE and a Safeway up 100th Ave NE provide the closest grocery shopping. Otherwise, residents of South Juanita drive into downtown Kirkland or frequent Totem Lake to find groceries and other household necessities.
The local farmers market
provides the only place in South Juanita proper to buy produce. It sets up in Juanita Beach Park each May and runs every Friday until the end of September.