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Local chain serving a menu of classic Mexican dishes in a relaxed, traditional setting.
Chill choice for Japanese dumplings, teriyaki & noodle dishes, plus Chinese stir-fries & soups.
Pizza hangout with create-your-own option, also serving other Italian fare & craft beers until late.
Generous plates of Thai & Chinese favorites are the draw at this casual, contemporary establishment.
Unassuming tavern with classic Irish & American pub eats, pool tables & sports on TV.
Intimate, basic sushi bar & restaurant turning out Japanese favorites, as well as some Chinese fare.
The Tacoma Mall is the largest shopping center in Tacoma, Washington. It is owned by Simon Property Group. Anchor tenants include JCPenney, Sears, Macy's, and Nordstrom. The mall opened on October 13, 1965.
Lakewood Towne Center is a shopping center located in Lakewood, Washington, a suburb of Tacoma. Lakewood Towne Center was created when MBK Northwest bought and demolished the enclosed portion of the failing Lakewood Mall in 2001, and turned the site into an open air destination by creating four distinct components, including a civic center with a city hall as its centerpiece, a power center, entertainment center, and a neighborhood center.
Retail mainstay stocking a huge inventory of hunting, fishing & camping supplies, plus boats & ATVs.
Chambers Bay is a public golf course in the northwest United States, located in University Place, Washington, on Puget Sound southwest of Tacoma. The British links-style course is owned by Pierce County and opened for play on June 23, 2007.
Park with 1400 ft. of shoreline plus a playground, volleyball court, trails & picnic facilities.
Capital Mall is a shopping mall located in Olympia, Washington. Its major anchor stores include Macy's, JCPenney, Bed Bath and Beyond, and Best Buy. The mall was known as Westfield Capital from 1998-2013 under Westfield Group ownership.
Not sure what to see in Seattle? Take the stress out of sightseeing on this 5-hour tour, which covers 50 miles (80 kilometers) of downtown Seattle and the city’s beautiful surrounding neighborhoods. Enjoy two hours of free time at Pike Place Market and conclude your tour at the Space Needle (admission included). Plus, see dozens of other places that make Seattle special – the Ballard Locks, Safeco Field, Fremont, Chinatown and much more! Keep your eyes open for some of Seattle’s famous views too, including those of the Cascades, Mt. Rainier and Puget Sound.
Of all the mountains that surround Seattle, Mt Rainier stands the boldest. Appreciate the beauty of Mt Rainier on this full-day tour from Seattle. On clear days, you can see the mountain from downtown, but to grasp its full grandeur and magnificence, you must see it up close!
Get an overview of the major attractions and highlights of Seattle on a three hour tour in a comfortable motor coach with no more than 14 guests. Fun, entertaining, and informative guides provide local flavor with personal anecdotes and historical nuggets only a local could know. Hop off for picture postcard photo ops, and take a deeper dive at points of interest like Fisherman's Terminal and The Ballard Locks.
Seattle CityPASS® — Discover Seattle's best attractions at one great price. Spend less, experience more.Includes prepaid admission to 5 must-see attractions: • Space Needle • Seattle Aquarium • Argosy Cruises Harbor Tour • Option Ticket 1: Museum of Pop Culture (MOPOP) OR Woodland Park Zoo • Option Ticket 2: Chihuly Garden and Glass OR Pacific Science Center
Eat your way through Seattle's most celebrated culinary landmark -- Pike Place Market. Go behind the scenes on a walking tour to experience some of the city's favorite market spots. Taste locally made foods and beverages that will awaken your palate, meet and interact with the exceptional people that give the market life and hear their humble, often humorous stories.
On this full-day tour of Washington state’s Mt Rainier, you’ll visit the majestic 14,411-foot (4,392-m) volcano and learn about the area from your informative guide. You’ll also explore local treasures like lakes and waterfalls en route from Seattle to Mt Rainier. Nature lovers won’t want to miss this!