Normally, these large stores deter me. This store, however, offers everything a person would need for taking care of a baby under one roof, for affordable prices and in cute styles. If you have a baby or are just looking for baby stuff, definitely give this place a try. You can be sure theyll have it for a low price.
Madison Park Hardware is a blast from the past. It wasnt that long ago that hardware stores were smaller and carried much more than tools and wood and heres a place where this is still the case today. You can find a selection of cool kids toys, as well as all the common hardware needs a person might have. A larger project may have you driving down to Home Depot, but for the smaller ones, head here its a lot of fun.
Im not even a huge burger eater and I love this place! The burgers have the taste of a home grilled burger, come loaded with tasty toppings and are still pretty cheap. These are not dinky burgers, though, so dont get too carried away with fries. Stick to the meat unless you are ultra hungry.
What a fun restaurant! We dont have nearly enough places to eat where we can participate in preparing our own food. At The Melting Pot, you can enjoy cheese fondue, a Chinese hot pot style method of cooking meat and veggies in broth, and a variety of decadent treats dipped in chocolate! The location in Queen Anne is pretty romantic, if youre looking for that.
Seriously, this shop is so fun to shop in. They always have the most stylish work out clothing, which makes working out all the more fun! Prices are typically rather high, but you can find good sale prices from time to time. One thing thats nice is that you are able to find clothing thats not what everyone else is going to be wearing.
The Woodland Park Zoo is a nice zoo for a city the size of Seattle. It?s especially fun for kids when the zoo plays up the babies they have. A couple years ago it was the baby elephant, named Kwansa, who attracted so much attention and popularity. It?s a fun experience for a family outing. Don?t expect too much in terms of marine animals, though ? go to the Point Defiance Zoo in Tacoma for that.
The University Bookstore has it all! You name it, they have it-computers, printers, two entire floors of books, a floor of textbooks, office supplies, gift items, UW gear, electronics, chocolates and candy, and an espresso stand! The most unique parts of the store are the office supplies and the UW gear. The University Bookstore is by far the best source in the U District for both these types of products.
We all know the Gap, but what we don't all know is which one is best to go to so we don't waste our time. In my opinion, the Gap at Bellevue Square offers the best selection of clothes, both on sale and not, at good prices. I don't really know why I feel this way, but I've just found consistently good deals at this location.
I am always a little excited when I walk into the Zebra Club, hoping that this time I may find something that I cant live without for a price I can live with. Most of the time in fact, nearly every time, though, I come out empty handed. I am not a person afraid of spending money on something I want. This store, though, generally doesnt offer clothing with the level of uniqueness, or just plain style, that I want or am willing to pay for. That said, its a small store and theres no harm in checking it out.
Jaliscos is a great place to eat Mexican food. All in all, its got good service and good food at all the locations throughout the Seattle area that I have been to. Its not too snazzy in terms of dcor, but when you want good Mexican, who cares? Try the Queen Anne location, because there are two Jaliscos restaurants right across the street from each other!