Welcome to the new American restaurant in Bellevue. In August, former real estate developer turned restaurateur Micah Pittman opened the splashy 99 Park, sandwiched between Main Street and Bellevue Downtown Park (thus, the name). Pittman’s inaugural restaurant is off to a laudable start. The space resembles a lot of new restaurants in Seattle: reclaimed wood, chandeliers, soft lighting, hardwood floors, ironwork, exposed ducts, plush booths. It’s a polished, handsome place that looks like it’s ready to go out dancing.