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by Emily May
February 10, 2006
If you want to go shopping in downtown Seattle. the streets from 7th to 5th Avenue are filled with top-quality stores, but if you're not in the mood for too much walking, Pacific Place Shopping center offers a wide variety of well-known high-quality stores to assuage your shopping itch, like Tiffany’s, Restoration Hardware, Ann Taylor, Pottery Barn, Barnes and Noble’s, and J. Crew, just to name a few. See www.pacificplaceseattle.com.
On the top floor there are the restaurants and a movie theater. You can have sushi at Todai’s, a Japanese buffet-style eatery (free if it's your birthday, discounted if you're in the military) and microbrews and good American food at Gordon Bierch. Johnny Rocket’s offers those fantastic milkshakes and '50s diner foods. Thai, Mexican, and an upscale deli round out the fourth-floor eateries. Park below in the garage--it’s not that expensive, cheaper if you arrive in the evening, and it’s worth it to avoid the hassle. Remember to bring your parking ticket with you; you pay in the mall and need the stub to exit the garage. Parking is free on the street after 6pm, but if you want to find a spot, pull out your rabbit’s foot and your four-leaf clover. If AMC, the upstairs movie theater, is not offering your preferred movie, just exit the mall and walk around the corner to the Meridian. It has the rest of the current films. Both cinemas are great, although AMC offers a student discount. Movie prices are about $9 for a non-matinee.
From journal Seattle: A Few Years Still Felt Like a Vacation
January 29, 2006
Pacific Place is a large shopping center, but not so large as to feel lost or unwelcome. Going between the floors via the escalators, you need to walk across the other side to continue, which gives you some exposure to look around to perhaps delay your destination with something interesting. Ticket/Ticket offers half-priced tickets on Level 4.
Store hours Monday-Saturday 10am-8pm, Sunday 11am-6pm, restaurant and AMC Theatre hours vary, Barnes & Noble daily 9am-11pm.
Parking weekdays 4 hours or less after 5pm - $3.(206) 405-2655
From journal SEA