There is no better place in Seattle for book shopping. Browse books, but books, sit in their cafe reading books.
Love. This. Place. Beautiful things for babies to broads including books, baubles, shoes and frocks. Most pieces are previously owned but show only light wear.
1720 E Olive Way, Seattle
Before we got internet at home, Online was the best place for cheap internet - especially if you have a laptop. It's quiet, comfy, and the coffee drinks are good. They don't have…
315 E Pine St, Seattle
Small, eclectic shop specializes in avant garde, jazz, international, experimental and hard-to-find recordings.
1419 10th Ave, Seattle
In ShortHave a clothing-induced flashback at this warehouse-style store. You'll see sales staff in Jordache jeans or Diane von Furstenburg dresses, adorned with ribbon barrettes.…
814 E Roy St, Seattle
Cute little shop in a historic building on Capitol Hill. A great spot to score Japanese tea and sake sets.
428 Broadway E, Seattle
This place caters to those who like extra protein and supplements in their smoothies and they don't use as much fresh stuff as jamba juice or the other places. They're smoothies…
1525 11th Ave, Seattle
Huge inventory of used merch. Don't miss the housewares in the basement and the books upstairs.
813 E Republican St, Seattle
The selection is not very consistent and it's difficult to find specific things you're looking for. However, this place is great to browse or for classic and hard to find films -…
129 Broadway Ave. E., Seattle
In ShortWhat began as a small video rental store in Portland, Ore., in 1988 has grown to more than 2,000 locations across the U.S. From new releases to genre classics and…
Spin Cycle. If you're looking to buy, sell or trade this is one stop you don't want to miss. Not only do they have a solid collection of movies and music, they also deal in video games and consoles for all of the gamers out there.… read more
In Commune. Lovely little shop stocked with carefully selected high quality vintage clothing and accessories for women and children. Some home accessories and poetry books make a showing. Go!… read more
Massage Envy. Ten rooms and 25 therapists on staff means you won't have to wait to ease that achy back, shoulder or fill-in-the-blank. Yes, life can be a pain in the neck, but places like this are geared toward offering relief with the opportunity to join the club. A membership includes a monthly massage, which is a pretty good deal, though you tip separately. Then, if you want additional massages during the month, there's a discounted price. This location, above the Broadway QFC, is busy, even on a weekday afternoon, but it still has that chill vibe you appreciate when going to get a massage. The receptionists who book the appointments are genius in trying to match clients with the appropriate therapists, so don't be shy about making your preferences clear. … read more