Compared to other places, this restaurant has the biggest sushi I have ever seen! It's well worth the price, however, it tends to crowd up quickly especially during lunch time. There isn't much room to move around in nor is there much parking at all. There is no parking lot. In terms of quality, it's better than sushiland, but not as good as places like Toyoda or Kizaku
PROS: good priced sushi
CONS: limited parking, limited space
I saw the Nutcracker and it was so beautiful. The costumes were vibrant and colorful, the stage was elaborate and professionally well done. It's something that should not be missed. They specialize in holding ballet shows. I had a hard time finding parking though so it is best if you come half an hour early to find parking in the garages or the street.
PROS: wonderful shows
It's a very crowded club that caters mainly towards the asian crowd. It's only one level. The music is mainstream hip hop. Parking is hard to find so you will have to pay to park behind the building or find some street parking along the hills nearby. It's ok, but not the best clubbing spot that I've been to.
From seeing one concert there, I can say the atmosphere is very relaxed. You may want to come early to get the middle floor seats since they get taken easily. The meals are on the pricey side, but I would love to come there again! However, they don't have their own parking lot so I had to find street parking
CONS: no parking lot, expensive food
Has a nice lobby. Rooms are pricey but very spacious. The employees were very informational. The view at the restaurants are spectacular since it overlooks the whole city of Seattle.
The prices of the sandwiches are pricier than the local subway at 8-9 dollars. Make sure you come early because they run out of ingredients towards the afternoon. I managed to snag some ox tail which was quite good... though I really wanted the ponchetta which was out. They were very friendly and let me try the different types of salamis and cheeses.
CONS: only street parking, limited hours
This place is great for transportation, along with the annual Chinese New Year festivals. Here, you will find inside during Chinese New Year a big performance such as drumming, martial arts, and various asian events. Although, it does get a quite crowded during those times, its worth it in the end. The place has its historic form too, and inside the walls are decorated in detail. Just looking at the ceiling is something worthwhile to see in Seattle.
I've had my birthday over there for two years and they've never failed. I love their noodle salad and their tempura ice cream is the best. It's very big and crispy. Although it is small and parking is hard to find, it's worth every penny. However, otoro is not found here.
Although very americanized and can run a bit for your money. They put a twist to many different Chinese food, and is good, but not authentic. Still, the food is better than buying stuff at a fast food restaurant. Each dish is somewhere around $7.95 ish, and can go up to pretty high prices. Go here if you are a novice to Chinese food, and then work your way up to the authentic ones!
Over there, they hold indoor facilities and outdoor courts too. This place, held a place for minors to help improve their game. Ranging from beginners to high school varsity tennis players. A lot of the local tennis stores would also help advertise if the Center was hosting something. They also hold various tournaments here too, so you might want to give this place a try if you are a tennis fanatic!