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Seattle Shopping

Seattle offers many shopping options. There are large malls, huge outlet venues and quaint boutiques. There are also markets where you can shop, enjoy the scenery and dine on great cuisine.

Shopping Centers
Pacific Place is ideal for Seattle shopping. It’s the newest upscale mall. You’ll find great chain stores like Williams Sonoma, Pottery Barn and Tiffany’s.

Tip: Don’t miss the cooking demonstrations and product sampling at Williams Sonoma. During the Christmas Season, you can sample great selections of hot chocolates and mulled wine.

Westlake Center is another venue for spending a fun day Seattle shopping. Locals love to hang out at the food court. It’s said to be the best in town. Bombay Wala Indian cuisine tops the list of favorites. You’ll find stores like Talbot’s, Montblanc and Children’s Place. There’s something for every member of the family.

And if you like large complexes, another great choice for Seattle shopping is the University Village. It’s somewhat different in that it houses specialty boutiques rather than large department stores. You’ll find Victoria’s Secret for fine lingerie and Crate & Barrel for the best home accessories. There are also fun places like Anthropolgie selling vintage clothing as well as gardening accessories and outdoor furnishings.

But if you’re looking for the convenience of large department stores, Westfield South Center has them all. The center is home to Nordstrom, Sears, Macy’s, J.C Penney’s and Mervyn’s. There are also 160 shops and restaurants including the Rainforest Café. Have lunch in a make-belief rain forest surrounded by giant gorillas and reptiles. It’s a must see.

First Hill Shopping Center with its small boutiques and
Historical attractions are not to be missed.

Outlet Malls
You could say that Seattle is the birthplace of the outlet malls. Start with Supermall. It’s ideal for Seattle shopping. You’re bound to find something here. It’s the largest value outlet center in the northwest. There are over 130 shops including Nordstrom Rack and Banana Republic.

And if you still want to look for bargains, Prime Outlets at Burlington are ideal for Seattle shopping. You’ll find name brands and large stores like Burlington Factory where you can shop for any style coat.

Premium Outlets ranks among the locals’ favorite for Seattle shopping. There are 100 designer and brand name shops like Coach, Burberry and Polo Ralph Lauren. You can get the hippest clothing and accessories at great discount prices.

Specialty Shops
Don’t miss the Queen Anne neighborhood. It’s a trendy spot atop a hill and fun Seattle shopping. Its streets are lined with jewelry boutiques and home design shops. Rhinestone Rosie is a must. It’s ideal for shopping on original jewelry creations made with opal, emerald, turquoise and amethyst.

Homing Instinct is another fine shop in this neighborhood. It’s located in a Victorian style home and sells unique accessories for the house.

Seattle shopping also offers great opportunities for buying antiques, environmentally safe accessories and gifts. Made in Washington is the best for buying blankets, wines and other authentic gifts.

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