Awesome spot for Mexican folk jewelry gifts, ceramics, and decor. Love the selection of calaveras, tile mirrors, and punched metal art.
One of my very favorite places to dine in Seattle! No, really. The past few years, Safeco Field has been transformed to a dining destination featuring locally sourced foods. High fives to chef Ethan Stowell for helping to make that happen. As a consultant, he has connected the awesome crew from Centerplate with purveyors including Taylor Shellfish, Carlton Farms and Painted Hills. Mariners fans can now get oyster po-boys, smoky barbecue, even tongue tacos! Those are available at the super-chill new Edgar's Cantina and Home Run Porch, named in honor of the team's most-beloved player, Edgar Martinez. Sure, there are still popcorn, peanuts and Crackerjack -- as well as the stinky garlic fries -- but hip, hip hooray for so many amazing options. Plus, the Moose! Love the Mariners Moose, yes I do!!
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.
4100 West Marginal Way Southwest, Seattle
1826 6th Ave, Seattle
This is hands down the best menswear store in Seattle and rivals that of any city. Their selection is amazing and is the perfect place to get a sharp casual outfit, as well as…
86 Pine St, Seattle
I discovered Fini last holiday season as I was shopping in the Market and go back regularly. It's a little shop just outside the Inn at the Market courtyard, and as a result it…
Zeitgeist Coffee Shop and Cafe. Friendly espresso spot in Pioneer Square, this chill space draws a mix of regulars, tourists and sports fans looking to get their coffee fix. No prob if you wanna hang and use the free WiFi.… read more
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