Alki Beach

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West Seat­tle’s Alki Beach (1702 Alki Ave. SW) is two-and-a-half miles of sandy shore­line. Stroll along the paved path, rent bi­cy­cles or kayaks, play a game of beach vol­ley­ball or en­joy a camp­fire. The neigh­bor­hood also has plenty of shop­ping and din­ing. Grab break­fast be­fore a stroll with a dough­nut and cof­fee from Top Pot Dough­nuts (www.top­pot­dough­nuts.com. 2758 Alki Ave. SW). Other great spots in­clude Cac­tus (www.cac­tus­restau­rants.com. 2820 Alki Ave. SW) for South­west­ern and Mex­i­can fa­vorites, Duke’s Chow­der House (www.dukeschow­der­house.com. 2516 Alki Ave. SW) for chow­der and a “Duke­tail” or Salty’s on Alki (www.saltys.com. 1936 Har­bor

Ave. SW) for a seafood feast and in­cred­i­ble views of the Seat­tle sky­line. While ex­plor­ing, see if you can find the swim­mers and the mini Statue of Lib­erty among the quirky works of art.

Alki Beach

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