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Vietnamesisk restaurang
“Ba Bar is a Vietnamese Restaurant and Craft Cocktail Bar in Seattle. Recommendation: Saigon wings”
136lokala rekommendationer
“Vibrant restaurant and bar scene, welcoming to all gender and orientation. Fun distilleries and shops there too!”
118lokala rekommendationer
“-Trails for running and hiking. -Cross the bridge over the railroad tracks to the beach. -Small but fun playground. ”
124lokala rekommendationer
“Amazing baked goods that are one of a kind by an amazing chef. Sweet or savory, I have YET to find ANYTHING I have not liked. Chocolates are to die for and their savory Quiche and breakfast sandwiches are delicious. ”
155lokala rekommendationer
Theme Park Ride / Attraction
“Giant Ferris wheel offering climate-controlled gondolas & a bird's eye view of the city's landmarks.”
109lokala rekommendationer
“Upscale shopping in Downtown Seattle. Many great restaurants and a movie theater too.”
71lokala rekommendationer
“The Walrus and the Carpenter blends the elegance of France with the casual comfort of a local fishing pub. In addition to oysters, check out their menu that includes locally harvested clams and mussels, house smoked fish, and specialty meats. ”
142lokala rekommendationer
“Bath & Body Works, California Pizza Kitchen, Champs Sports, Chipotle, Cinnabon, Claire's Boutique, EBar at Nordstrom, Nordstrom, Eddie Bauer, Famous Footwear, Foot Locker, Game Stop, Gap, Gene Juarez Salon & Spa, GNC, JCPenny, Kay's Jewelers, Macy's, Old Navy and many more! ”
59lokala rekommendationer
Hawaiiansk restaurang
“Tasty Korean/Hawaiian inspired tacos and fare, right on the water. Prepare for a line and go a little early.”
134lokala rekommendationer
“Fremont is home to creatives, foodies, and techies alike, with public art, craft cocktails, and funky finds around every corner. Though Fremont is chock-full of memorable public art (keep an eye out for the 12-foot-tall Saturn sculpture, the bushy dinosaur topiaries, and the infamous bronze Lenin statue along 36th Street), the Fremont Troll (Troll Ave N), which lurks beneath Aurora Bridge, is a crowd favorite. Glimpse another neighborhood icon, the blue-and-orange Fremont Bridge, from Fremont Canal Park (199 N Canal St), a linear strip along the water perfect for taking in views of the passing boats before heading out on the Burke-Gilman Trail. Take the Burke-Gilman Trail west towards Gas Works Park (2101 N Northlake Way) and enjoy the views of South Lake Union and Downtown from Kite Hill. ”
91lokala rekommendationer
“Best theater sound and visual wise in Seattle. Also has the best chocolate popcorn! They only show 1 movie so make sure it's one you want to see before heading over there.”
96lokala rekommendationer
“The old Burke-Gilman railroad was turned into a paved biking and walking path. Very popular amongst locals and tourists. We loved walking/running/biking from Market Avenue NW to Golden Gardens Park. ”
78lokala rekommendationer
Performing Arts-lokal
“This is the largest concert and Broadway show venue downtown. Official Description from Seattle Theater Group "The Paramount Theatre is a 2,807-seat performing arts venue located at 9th Avenue and Pine Street in Seattle, Washington. The theater originally opened March 1, 1928 as the Seattle Theatre with 3,000 seats, and was placed on the National Register of Historic Places on October 9, 1974"”
54lokala rekommendationer
College Classroom
“The UW has a beautiful campus well worth your visit while staying in Seattle. Check out Red Square , Suzzallo Library, and see the Cherry Blossoms in Spring when the campus is filled with people snapping shots of the beautiful blooms.”
153lokala rekommendationer
“If you are interested in Architecture and books, take a look at the Central Library in Downtown Seattle. Theres a conveyer belt for returning books and perches to see different views. ”
105lokala rekommendationer
“Famous quirky circus themed bar with foodie food and hilarious drink names. Definitely worth checking out for a drink or two.”
99lokala rekommendationer