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Top-Empfehlungen von Einheimischen für Geschäfte

Café
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“The roastery is impressive even if you are not a huge Starbucks fan. You can get a glimpse of how coffee is made and enjoy a gourmet coffee tasting with truffles. This is a great rainy day activity and is right in the heart of Capitol Hill, another great neighborhood to explore.”
  • 188 Einheimischen empfohlen
Buchhandlung
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“This large and long-standing bookstore has been providing great reads to Seattle since 1973”
  • 144 Einheimischen empfohlen
Vietnamesisches Restaurant
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“One our favorite go-to places for a delicious casual meal: breakfast/lunch/brunch/dinner.”
  • 132 Einheimischen empfohlen
Eisladen
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“Seattle's iconic ice cream parlor that even the locals love! They offer unique flavors in various locations throughout the city. ”
  • 139 Einheimischen empfohlen
Bäckerei
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“First opened in West Seattle where the historic Blake’s Bakery once stood, William and Heather Leaman continue to make history daily with one-of-a-kind creations. This café always has a large selection of fresh baked goods and desserts to choose from, which are sold on a first come, first serve basis. With over 20 years experience in pastry, bread and chocolate, and as the captain of the 2005 Bread Bakers Guild Team USA, where he led his team to victory at the Coupe du Monde de Boulangerie (World Cup of Baking), William Leaman’s Bakery Nouveau has become a Seattle icon. ”
  • 153 Einheimischen empfohlen
Grocery or Supermarket
“Brand new store with lots of food options: deli, hot bar, salads, tacos and pizza. 12 mins by rt. 7, in Columbia City.”
  • 132 Einheimischen empfohlen
Kunstmuseum
“This art museum is always FREE! It is conveniently located on First Hill (adjacent to downtown) and is easily accessible by light rail and bus. ”
  • 105 Einheimischen empfohlen
Bäckerei
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“Only a 10-minute walk from our guest house, we love Columbia City Bakery for their amazing baked goods and coffee! We love their savory options - tomato focaccia, gougeres, daily flavors of savory scones, and breakfast sandwiches - but their sweet items are delicious as well.”
  • 94 Einheimischen empfohlen
Französisches Restaurant
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“My "go to" place for affordable but still upscale french food. Wine is as cheap as $3.50 a glass. Very lively and comfortable place and they serve food every day until 1PM. ”
  • 127 Einheimischen empfohlen
Bäckerei
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“One of the best bakeries in Seattle (or anywhere :) - hands down!! Lucky for you, this place is within walking distance. Make sure you have breakfast or lunch here at least once during your visit. It will not disappoint!”
  • 111 Einheimischen empfohlen
Kaufhaus
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“The very first Nordstrom store, formerly known as Wallin & Nordstrom, located on Fourth and Pike in Seattle. This store opened in 1901”
  • 44 Einheimischen empfohlen
Bierladen
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“Very popular with the locals. A gazillion beers, sit outside at tables, everyone is friendly, a different food truck every day.”
  • 116 Einheimischen empfohlen
Schokoladengeschäft
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“Chocolate and sightseeing combined! Tour Theo Chocolate factory. Great fun. ”
  • 140 Einheimischen empfohlen
Eisladen
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“Located within University Village, this Molly Moon's location offers exquisitely creative and well-balanced ice cream flavors and fresh-made waffle cones. Vegan options available.”
  • 92 Einheimischen empfohlen
Café
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“An import all the way from Portland! They have a beautiful coffee shop and specialize in single origin lightly roasted coffees. For aficionados and regular folks alike. Their hot chocolate is quite good too. ”
  • 78 Einheimischen empfohlen
Record Shop
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“Easy Street Records is an independent record store located in Seattle, Washington. Easy Street opened its store in West Seattle in 1988, and later added a cafe/bar, which serves coffee, breakfast, lunch and beer & wine. Easy Street Records often hosts live in-store performances by national and local musicians. Our store carries new and used CDs, vinyl records, DVDs/BluRays, new books, magazines and company-branded merchandise. Our History Owner/President Matt Vaughan worked at two different record stores during his teen years. In 1987, with both stores ready to go out of business simultaneously, Vaughan approached both owners and offered to consolidate the two stores into one. Vaughan opened Easy Street Records in the business district of West Seattle (known as "The Junction") in 1988 and the following year moved the store down the street to its current location on the primary corner of the Junction in the historic Hamm Building. In 1999, he leased the space next door, installed a new kitchen and bar, and by 2001 had opened a full-service cafe. The following year he opened a second, much larger store in the Queen Anne neighborhood, which thrived for 11 years until its closure in 2013. ”
  • 91 Einheimischen empfohlen