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Twist
1503 5th Ave. [ Downtown ] | ph: (206) 352.8080

Opened in 1978 as a showcase for the artwork of owners Paul Schneider and Lauren Eulau, Twist has grown from its humble Eugene origins into a renowned home décor and jewelry boutique. Twist

has been touted by major magazines, including Metropolitan Home, for its approach to stylish, artful living. With over 200 artists represented, the store carries an amazing range of unique, artist-made items for daily living. There are bejeweled ice cream scoops; loud, hand painted ceramic serving bowls; funky, metal centerpieces, and whimsical dinnerware. The jewelry selection is equally awe-inspiring, and even includes wedding rings.

Elliot Bay Book Company
101 South Main Street
ph: (206) 624-6600


As the city's most famous bookstore, Elliott Bay Book Company is situated within a classic Pioneer Square brick building and laden with an extensive array of books of all genres. Elliott Bay Book Company is home to over 150,000 titles, all set on cedar shelves in a series of inviting, exposed brick walled reading areas. Home to unique author events, the shop presents contemporary authors in an intimate reading room on an average of ten times a week. Elliott Bay Book Company specializes in Northwest books and fiction, and has a used book section and café set off from the main part of the store.
EMP Store
325 5th Ave. N.
ph: (206) 367.5443


This store makes a wonderful stop either before or after a trip through the EMP. The music selection is excellent, however, what makes it unique is the array of specialty items, cool music apparel, and leather jackets. Don't miss the amazing Frank Gehry-designed furniture and award winning architectural chair reproductions, and EMP collectibles. Browse through concert t-shirts, music books and posters, and an assortment of CD accessories. Don't forget to pick up your tickets to EMP events and concerts before leaving the store. Get your book or CD signed at special in-store signings.
StellaBEAM
1535 1st Avenue
ph: (206) 264.9699


This boutique's location at the entrance to Pike Place Market guarantees a steady stream of customers. But even if it were in Yakima, the stylish, hip designs from boutique houses in Los Angeles and New York would draw crowds. The designs include skirts, jackets, jeans, jewelry, hand-knit sweaters, and t-shirts. The limited, but very expertly selected inventory makes StellaBEAM the city's top boutique clothier.
Nordstrom Flagship Store
500 Pine St.
ph: (206) 628.2111


Started with a $13,000 investment earned in the Alaskan gold rush, Nordstrom has been a Seattle mainstay for over 100 years. Originally a shoe store, Nordstrom's reputation for outstanding customer service and extraordinary selection helped the company become one of the largest independent department store chains in the United States. Nordstrom is famous for carrying only the best brands, including an exquisite selection of haute couture clothes.
IKEA
600 SW 43rd St. [ Renton ]
ph: (425) 656.2980


Sleek, modern design and budget prices are responsible for the swarms of thrifty, design-conscious shoppers that make pilgrimage to this monolithic décor superstore each weekend. Here, even the shopping process itself is infused with the functional and aesthetic sensibilities that make IKEA products so desirable. The thousands of fixtures, furniture and housewares are expertly organized, easily navigable, and, once home, the large items are simple to put together. With its inspiring displays, the most challenging part of a trip to IKEA is figuring out how to cram everything into the car at the end of the day.
Convention Center
800 Convention Place
ph: (206) 694-5000


The Washington State Convention & Trade Center's dramatic design and central location reflects the vitality of an international port city and the natural beauty of the Evergreen State. Located in the heart of Seattle, the Northwest's premier event facility was home to the WTO conference and hosts all kinds of events for business organizations and various professional groups. The Convention Center's surprisingly secluded garden provides a refuge from the noise and concrete of Downtown, and the main floor's restaurant arcade provides downtown workers with an excellent selection of fast food eateries. In addition, live entertainment, a massage bar, and a free public art gallery, consisting of permanent works, rotating exhibits, and objects loaned by museums, make for ideal lunchtime enjoyment by convention attendees and local residents alike.
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