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Shopping in Seattle

Seattle shopping offers everything from major national chains like Nordstrom and designer stores Downtown, to the chic independent boutiques of Queen Anne and Belltown. Chinatown is the place to buy unusual Asian delights, while Capitol Hill and Pike Place Market on the Waterfront offer a larder-full of gourmet treats, such as smoked salmon, great coffee, Dilettante chocolates and delicious local preserves. Washington State's sales tax of 6.5% is added to the price displayed on goods in the shops.

Rhinestone Rosie, Seattle. © Rhinestone Rosie

Shops

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  1. 1. REI - Shops

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    REI, Seattle. Courtesy of REI

    Opened in 1944, Seattle's Downtown REI reflects Washington State's outdoorsy vibe. Try the latest hiking and biking gear with help from knowledgeable staff. Energetic shoppers can take on the mountain bike test trail and 65-foot climbing wall.Show this on map

    Opening hours

    Mon-Sat 9am-9pm; Sun 10am-7pm

    Address

    222, Yale Avenue North, 98109

    Telephone

    +1 206 223 1944

    Transport

    Bus 66, 76, 77, 79, 304, 316 or 355

    Website

    REI

  2. 2. Nordstrom - Shops

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    Nordstrom started in Seattle in 1901 and is now one of the US's biggest chains. Explore a whole floor of shoes and a wonderland of fashion and accessories for men and women in the busy Downtown Westlake Center.Show this on map

    Opening hours

    Mon-Sat 9.30am-9pm; Sun 11am-7pm

    Address

    500, Pine Street, 98101

    Telephone

    +1 206 628 2111

    Transport

    Bus 174, 194, 24, 33, 39, 41, 101, 106, 150, 16, 66

    Website

    Nordstrom

  3. 3. Uwajimaya - Shops

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    Uwajimaya, Seattle. Courtesy of Uwajimaya

    Uwajimaya in the International District sells all things Japanese, from fish tanks to cosmetics. Other Asian countries are represented too: Korea, Thailand, Indonesia and the Philippines. The food court serves Vietnamese spring rolls, Chinese stir-fries and Japanese bento boxes.Show this on map

    Opening hours

    Mon-Sat 7am-10pm; Sun 9am-9pm

    Address

    600, 5th Avenue South, 98104

    Telephone

    +1 206 624 6248

    Transport

    Bus 41 or 71

    Website

    Uwajimaya

  4. 4. Bitters Co. - Shops

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    The fashionable Fremont area's design aesthetic is characterised by Bitters Co. This small shop sells funky imports from Asia, Latin America and Africa. Many items are created using reclaimed materials, including the flip-flop range made from scraps from flip-flop factories.Show this on map

    Opening hours

    Tue-Sat 11am-6pm; Sun 12pm-5pm

    Address

    513, North 36th Street, 98103

    Telephone

    + 1 206 632 0886

    Transport

    Bus 46

    Website

    Bitters Co.

  5. 5. Dilettante - Shops

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    Capitol Hill's Dilettante has been selling award-winning chocolates to Seattle chocoholics for over 100 years. Sample the ephemere (dark chocolate), champagne truffles, cakes, tortes and brownies. Night owls gather here for hot chocolate and midnight snacks.Show this on map

    Opening hours

    Mon-Thu 4pm-11pm; Fri 4pm-1am; Sat 10am-1am; Sun 10am-11pm

    Address

    538, Broadway Avenue, 98102

    Telephone

    +1 206 329 6463

    Transport

    Bus 7, 8, 9, 10, 12 or 14

    Website

    Dilettante

Markets

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  1. 6. Fremont Sunday Flea Market - Markets

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    Split into the flea market and farmers' market, trendy Fremont throngs with life on Sundays. Locals shop here for fresh produce and vintage bargains and to while away a couple of hours watching the world go by from a market-side café.Show this on map

    Opening hours

    Apr-Oct Sun 10am-5pm; Nov-Mar Sun 10am-4pm

    Address

    N34th Street (between Evanston and Philney), 98103

    Telephone

    +1 206 781 6776

    Transport

    Bus 26, 28, 31 or 46

    Website

    Fremont Market Website

  2. 7. Pike Place Market - Markets

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    Pike Place Market, Seattle. Courtesy of Pike Place Market PDA

    More than 100 years old, Pike Place Market on the Waterfront is the beating heart of old Seattle. Browse stalls selling Pacific-caught fish, flowers, crafts and preserves, and watch street performers. Market cafés serve everything from crumpets to oysters.Show this on map

    Opening hours

    Pike Place/1st Avenue: Mon-Sat 10am-6pm; Sun 11am-5pm. DownUnder stores: Daily 11am-5pm

    Address

    85, Western Avenue, 98101

    Telephone

    +1 206 682 7453

    Transport

    Monorail to Pike Place Market terminal

    Website

    Pike Place Market

Specialists

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  1. 8. Rhinestone Rosie - Specialists

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    Rhinestone Rosie, Seattle. © Rhinestone Rosie

    Lovers of sparkle are well served at Queen Anne's Rhinestone Rosie. Armfuls of new, vintage and revamped jewels deck the shop. Glam 1970s rocks, pretty 1950s brooches and the signature Rhinestone Space Needle pin vie for your attention.Show this on map

    Opening hours

    Tue-Wed 11am-5pm; Thu-Sat 10am-6pm

    Address

    606, West Crockett Street, 98119

    Telephone

    +1 206 283 4605

    Transport

    Bus 2

    Website

    Rhinestore Rosie

  2. 9. Stonington Gallery - Specialists

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    Totems are highly regarded art in the Pacific Northwest. These and other high-quality sculpture and paintings are displayed at the Stonington Gallery in Seattle's Pioneer Square. All are made by Northwest Coast tribal members or artists working in native style.Show this on map

    Opening hours

    Mon-Fri 10am-6pm; Sat 10am-5.30pm; Sun 12pm-5pm

    Address

    119, S Jackson Street, 98104

    Telephone

    +1 206 405 4040

    Transport

    Bus 10, 15, 18, 85 or 99

    Website

    Stonington Gallery

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