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  • 1. Archie McPhee

    Wallingford | Household Items/Furniture

    If your life is missing a punching-nun puppet, an Edgar Allen Poe action figure, or a bacon-scented air freshener, there's hope. Leave your...Read More

  • 2. Barneys New York

    Downtown | Department Stores

    You'll find this slice of the Big Apple anchoring Pacific Place Shopping Center, across from "Nordies." Barneys' two floors are filled with...Read More

  • 3. DeLaurenti Specialty Food and Wine

    Downtown | Wine/Spirits

    Attention foodies: clear out your hotel minibars and make room for delectable treats from DeLaurenti. And, if you're planning any picnics, swing...Read More

  • 4. Elliott Bay Book Company

    Capitol Hill | Books/Stationery

    A major reason to visit this landmark bookstore—formerly a longtime haunt in Pioneer Square, hence the name—is the great selection of Pacific...Read More

  • 5. Fran's Chocolates

    Downtown | Food/Candy

    A Seattle institution (helmed by Fran Bigelow) has been making quality chocolates for decades. Its world-famous salted caramels are transcendent...Read More

  • 6. Nordstrom

    Downtown | Department Stores

    Seattle's own retail giant sells quality clothing, accessories, cosmetics, jewelry, and lots of shoes—in keeping with its roots in footwear...Read More

  • 7. Peter Miller Architectural & Design Books and Supplies

    Belltown | Books/Stationery

    Aesthetes and architects haunt this shop, which is stocked floor to ceiling with all things design. Rare, international architecture, art, and...Read More

  • 8. REI

    South Lake Union | Clothing

    The enormous flagship for Recreational Equipment, Inc. (REI) has an incredible selection of outdoor gear—polar-fleece jackets, wool socks, down...Read More

  • 9. A Mano

    Downtown | Shoes/Luggage/Leather Goods

    The store's name means "by hand," and that ethos of handmade, high-quality craftsmanship seems soaked into the very (exposed brick) walls of...Read More

  • 10. Agate Designs

    Pioneer Square | Gifts/Souvenirs

    Amateur geologists, curious kids, and anyone fascinated by fossils and gems should make a trip to this store that's almost like a museum (but...Read More

  • 11. Alhambra

    Downtown | Clothing

    Sophisticated, casual, and devastatingly feminine, this pricey boutique delivers quality, European-style looks for women of all ages. Pop into...Read More

  • 12. Arundel Books

    Pioneer Square | Books/Stationery

    Since 1984, this bastion of bibliophilia has offered new, used, and collectible titles to discerning shoppers. Its shelves are especially strong...Read More

  • 13. Atlas Clothing

    Fremont | Clothing

    Atlas is loaded with previously appreciated shirts, jackets, and tees; stacks of new and vintage denim; must-have sneakers from the '70s and...Read More

  • 14. Baby & Co

    Downtown | Clothing

    There's nothing childish about this sophisticated fashion house. A longtime Seattle favorite, Baby and Co. dresses women in urban-lifestyle...Read More

  • 15. Ballard Farmers Market

    Ballard | Outdoor/Flea/Green Markets

    Every Sunday, rain or shine, loads of vendors come to Ballard Avenue to set up colorful, welcoming tents and stands to sell produce as well...Read More

  • 16. Blackbird

    Ballard | Clothing

    This perfectly stocked and fashion-forward store is a favorite destination for stylish men. With choice clothes from designers such as RVCA...Read More

  • 17. Bottleworks

    Wallingford | Wine/Spirits

    If you love microbrews, then make a pilgrimage to Bottleworks to peruse its massive collection. With around 950 chilled varieties of malty goodness...Read More

  • 18. Broadway Farmers Market

    Capitol Hill | Outdoor/Flea/Green Markets

    This small and lively market fills up a parking lot one block east of Broadway; there's fresh produce galore, plus music, samples, and plenty...Read More

  • 19. Buffalo Exchange

    University District | Clothing

    This big, bright shop of new and recycled fashions is always crowded, and it takes time to browse the stuffed racks—but the rewards are great...Read More

  • 20. Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture

    University District | Antiques/Collectibles

    On the campus of the University of Washington, the Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture houses thousands of Coast Salish artifacts and...Read More

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