Seattle offers a vast array of unique and interesting shops. For more information on shopping in Seattle click on the links below or view Seattle's neighborhood pages for more listings.
Northgate Mall. 401 NE Northgate Way, Seattle, WA 98125. Phone: 206-362-4778.
Pacific Place. Sixth Avenue and Pine Street, Seattle, WA 98101. Phone: 206-405-2655; Toll-free: 1-877-883-2400.
Situated just above the waterfront, the market is popular with natives tourists alike. It is a vital part of Seattle's economy, receiving more than nine million visits each year. It features about 600 businesses including farmers and merchants that offer fresh vegetables, seafood, food bars, cafes, restaurants, crafts, art work, and gifts from booths, stalls and shops, and the original Starbucks. The market was born in 1907, from citizen outrage at the high cost of produce, beginning with a handful of farmers with their wagons on Pike Place. It is the oldest continually operating farmer's market in the USA.
Pioneer Square. Downtown, Seattle.
Seattle's oldest neighborhood (home to the first Starbucks) offers variety of shopping including antiques, books, art, toys and much more.
Rainier Square. 5th Avenue between Union & University, Seattle, WA.
Uwajimaya Village. 6th Avenue S, Seattle, WA.
A large shopping complex dedicated to Asian specialties with many types of shops under one roof.
Westfield Southcenter Shopping Center. 2800 Southcenter Mall, Seattle, WA 98188. Phone: 206-246-7400.
Westlake Center. 400 Pine Street, Seattle, WA 98101. Phone: 206-467-1600.
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