Shop­ping Cen­ters

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PA­CIFIC PLACE— The ex­clu­sive North­west lo­ca­tion for a num­ber of re­tail­ers, Pa­cific Place of­fers el­e­gance with its vaulted ceil­ings and ex­ten­sive se­lec­tion. In ad­di­tion to shop­ping, there are a num­ber of restau­rants and a movie the­ater on the top floor. www.paci­fic­place­seat­ 600 Pine St., 206.405.2655. Map 1 F7 RAINIER SQUARE— In the heart of down­town, Rainier Square fea­tures more than 50 up­scale restau­rants and shops. www.rainier­ 1301 Fifth Ave., 206.628.5050. Map 1 G8 THE BELLE­VUE COL­LEC­TION— Three ma­jor shop­ping cen­ters—the 1.3-mil­lion-square-foot Belle­vue Square, 100,000-square-foot Belle­vue Place and 310,000-square-foot Lin­coln Square— of­fer hun­dreds of shops and more than 40 restau­rants. www. belle­vuecol­lec­ Belle­vue Way, be­tween N.E. Fourth St. and N.E. Eighth St., Belle­vue, 425.454.8096. Map 2 F10 UNIVER­SITY VIL­LAGE— This open-air mall fea­tures a wide va­ri­ety of shop­ping and din­ing, in­clud­ing Ath­leta, Ca­lypso St. Barth, Cole Haan, Scotch & Soda, Jonathan Adler, Madewell, Mar­garet O’Leary, Mrs. Cook’s, Nike Run­ning, Room & Board, The Land of Nod, Kid’s Club, Din Tai Fung and Eu­reka! Burger. www.uvil­ 2623 N.E. Univer­sity Vil­lage St., 206.523.0622. Map 2 C6 WALLING­FORD CEN­TER— This shop­ping cen­ter in the mid­dle of Seat­tle’s Walling­ford neigh­bor­hood is packed with gems. Stop in and browse a fan­tas­tic yarn se­lec­tion at Bad Woman Yarn; pick up sus­tain­abily cre­ated cloth­ing for ba­bies through adults at Booty­land Kids; shop for mod­ern and eth­nic wear and ac­ces­sories at Yazdi and more. Hungry? Try Chut­neys Bistro or grab a cup­cake at Tro­phy Cup­cakes & Party. www.walling­ford­cen­ 1815 N. 45th St., Map 2 D5 27

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