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Covering over 9-acres, the Market contains so many shops, stalls, eateries, galleries, and service providers that it is impossible to see everything in a single visit. Everyone enjoys wandering among the lavish displays of colorful flowers, plump produce, and fresh seafood that are found throughout the market.
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Pacific Place is located at 6th and Pine, making it a convenient place for business travelers in town for a conference at the Washington State Trade & Convention Center. Your shopping options include Kate Spade New York, Tiffany & Co., and Barneys New York. In addition to several stories of high end shopping, Pacific Place has a movie theater and several great restaurants, such as Il Fornaio and Gordon Biersch Brewery Restaurant.
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Westlake Center offers multiple levels of shopping and a great food court. The shops include nationally-known retailers like Zara and Pandora as well as local boutiques and gift shops such as Made in Washington and Fireworks. The downtown station of the Seattle Monorail and a major bus and light rail transit center are both located at Westlake Center. The blocks adjacent to Westlake Center include major department stores Nordstrom and Macy's and many other major clothing and sporting good retailers.
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Located in Seattle's International District, Uwajimaya Village features Asian groceries, goods, food, and gifts. Uwajimaya's food court, particularly popular at lunch time, offers some of Seattle's favorite takeout. You'll also find a Kinokuniya Bookstore, Paris Miki Optical, and Savvy Cosmetics.Continue to 5 of 5 below.
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Downtown Seattle offers many great shopping opportunities for visitors. You have everything from shopping centers filled with well-known high-end retailers to the eclectic and funky mix found at Pike Place Market. Here are my top picks for places to shop in downtown Seattle.