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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. ”
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Sporting Goods Shop
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“The REI Flagship store is a site to behold for anyone interested in outdoor gear. They sell everything from camping gear to apparel to bicycles, roof racks, and kayaks. ”
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Fischmarkt
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“We have GREAT oysters in Washington, and Taylor's up on Samish Island brings these in fresh to the city every day. DELISH> Capitol Hill area towards downtown. Not walkable.”
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Boutique
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“Totokaelo brings in a curated mix of labels that are quietly cool and under-the-radar.This store’s name means “reaching to the edge of the stars,” which is what boutique owner Jill Wenger does by featuring big-name designers like Yohji Yamamoto alongside up-and-comers.”
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Markt
“Melrose Market is a collection of restaurants, shops, bars and simply cool hipster things. A must.”
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Markt
“Amazing views, produce, art, flowers, vendors, and throwing fish! Don't forget to visit the gum wall!”
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Thrift / Vintage Store
“Surrounding the University of Washington, the University District is an eclectic mix of urban shopping areas; historic homes and architecture; and great cafes, pubs, restaurants, and theaters. The “U District” has a youthful and relaxed feel with lots of dining and shopping deals to take advantage of.”
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Fischmarkt
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“Amazing staff that will cater to any whim. We often shop here for fresh ingredients and hard to find seafood items. They will ship anywhere too... or stop for a bite of fresh dungeness crab cocktail or their housemade chowder!”
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Meeresfrüchte-Restaurant
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“This is a great spot to buy fish but also poke (Hawaiian style fish, rice, and seaweed salad)! Go for lunch, eat in or take out. ”
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Souvenirshop
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“Opened in 1899, this Seattle waterfront shop is an entirely unique shopping experience. Check out their website and you will see what I mean. Items for sale as well as curiosities on exhibit. Buy some jewelry or check out Sylvester the very well preserved mummy. Buy some Native American art or have your fortune told by Estrella the mechanical fortune teller. Need some Seattle trinkets to bring home, or maybe you just want to see a walrus skull with 3 tusks, this is where to go.”
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Bekleidungsgeschäft
“Eclectic gift shop for cards, books, jewelry, women's clothing, beauty products & home decor.”
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Antique Shop
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“Very funky stuff in here from a variety of vendors. Best place in the city for a gift or souvenir”
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Fischmarkt
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“Tourist go-to spot. Plenty of spots to shop. Check out Post Alley if you get the chance.”
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Farmers Market
“The light rail runs until about midnight, so be sure to catch the last train or you'll need to catch an Uber or Lyft.”
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Thrift / Vintage Store
“Get a taste of local style at my favorite second hand store for men and women. Great for picking up clothing items you may have forgotten to pack.”
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Thrift / Vintage Store
“Great women's consigned clothing, handbags and accessories! There's also a men's consignment store down the street called "Hunt"”
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