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  • 31.

    User Review (4)

    911 Pine St

    This 1920s movie palace-turned-concert hall was renovated in 1995 and is now one of Seattle's premier theaters. The ornate interior with its crystal chandeliers ...

  • 32.

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    6000 16th Ave SW

    The Seattle Chinese Garden (also known as Xi Huan Yuan) is not only the largest of its kind in the United States, but also one the largest outside China. Offering ...

  • 33.

    User Review (2)

    532 Broadway E

    If you're looking for a plain cup of coffee, look elsewhere. The staff at Vivace Espresso Bar at Brix pride themselves on their espresso and espresso drinks. After the seizure of the original Roasteria through eminent domain ...

  • 34.

    User Review (1)

    2700 24th Ave E

    With over 60,000 visitors every year, MOHAI has become one of Seattle's most popular museums, as it tries to preserve and promotes the rich history of the Pacific Northwest. The museum ...

  • 35.

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    151 Lake Washington Blvd E

    One of Seattle's many obscure, postage-stamp-sized parks, Viretta Park has become a landmark of sorts in recent years, thanks to association with the late Kurt Cobain, who ...

  • 36.

    User Review (3)

    401 NE Northgate Way

    A one stop shop for women on the lookout for great bargains on junior and petite casual wear. Conveniently located at the Northgate Mall this store is a delight for buyers on a low ...

  • 37.

    User Review (2)

    1509 Broadway

    This dimly lit joint, located on Broadway, predates the Australian television show of the same name by a good many years. Step in, and you're bound to find an eclectic mix of people ...

  • 38.

    User Review (5)

    1919 Post Aly

    No signs lead to this romantic hideaway near Pike Place Market , but when you see the pink door itself, you'll know you've arrived. On a sunny day you can sit outside on the rooftop deck, where shorts ...

  • 39.

    User Review (0)

    1300 1st Ave

    Sitting on Capitol Hill with Volunteer Park's large grassy knoll at its entrance and a neighborhood known for its unique culture surrounding it, the Asian Art Museum is not to be missed ...

  • 40.

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    212 1st Ave S

    An avuncular, bespectacled little man, David Ishii knows what he likes, and sells only what interests him. Nearest to his heart are baseball and fly fishing. Old ...