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Looking for a great burger? Check out Johnny Rockets for a large selection of signature burgers. If you're avoiding fat or gluten, you can still eat great at Johnny Rockets, which offers a number of low-fat and gluten-free choices. Good luck spotting a suit and tie at Johnny Rockets — casually-dressed diners are the norm here. Always five minutes behind schedule? Pick up your food to go instead. At Johnny Rockets, diners will receive complimentary parking at the lot next door. The food here is super budget-friendly, too, with most items costing less than $15.
1101 Supermall Way
Auburn,
WA
US
We are consignment at its best, offering women the opportunity to buy gently used clothing at clearance prices. We accept women's/juniors clothing and accessories from size 00 to 3X.
124 S Meridian
Puyallup,
WA
US
Tacoma Custom Jewelry dresses up bare skin with a multitude of locally crafted adornments that support area artisans. Owner Shelly Smith spotlights work exclusively by Tacoma-region artists and jewelers, including her own pieces, assembled using naturally occurring stones, shells, and macaroni noodles. Flashing its fulgent stripes, a glass-angel fish necklace ($30) floats serenely from a subtle silver cord, attracting attention from admiring onlookers and scheming cats. A rainbow moonstone ring ($35.69–$47.99) bolsters the allure of come-hither fingers, and Shelly’s hand-sewn lapis lauzi necklace ($40), composed of tiny polished stones, encircles necklines in natural brilliance. Extending eye-catching flair beyond bodily canvases, a blue-and-silver wine-bottle stopper ($15) turns a casual tipple into an elegant toast.
2610 6th Ave
Tacoma,
WA
US
Sheltering feet and torsos since 1976, Work 'n More carries a colossal stockpile of boots, safety equipment, and work apparel from brands such as Carhartt, Georgia, and Wolverine. Deck out hardworking gams in comfy, functional Carhartt B73 dungarees ($44.85), with reinforced back pockets and both tool compartments and a hammer loop. The men's Georiga Giant Romeo ($64.95) encases phalanges in a full-grain leather and cushion insole. Dainty digits and profoundly confused genies breathe freely in the women's Georgia GR3118 ($64.95), a pink leather shoe with high-performance lining. Weed briar patches or challenge tool boxes to a duel with the Atlas fit rubber-knit gloves ($3.65), outfitted with a textured grip to keep your palm’s entourage in the finest fettle.
17800 W Valley Hwy
Tukwila,
WA
US
Behind Silver Moon Jeweler's stately black flared awning, delicate wood and glass display cases glitter with precious stones and sterling-silver jewelry for women and men. Baubles from more than 40 artists such as Boma, Holly Yashi, and Rosselini dapple bracelets with inlaid stones, lend spartan embellishments to stately men's rings, and crown women's rings with jewels such as onyx and blue topaz. Silver Moon Jewelers nestles every bauble in a sealed gift bag along with an anti-tarnish strip to ensure ornaments remain sparkling and free of smudges and ancient curses.
620 S 7th St
Renton,
WA
US
If you do a double take upon reading the name on the door of New York Cupcakes, you're not alone. Many of the shop's customers wonder why this quaint cupcake shop in Bellevue Square is named after a city on the other side of the country. The answer is simple: that's what the shop was called when current owner Lisa Waxman Johnson first fell in love with it and decided to buy it; the former owner, Lisa says, meant the name to be an homage to the birthplace of the modern cupcake trend. Lisa's cupcakes may not be made in New York, but their modern flavor combinations and chic decorations would make the fashion-forward Big Apple proud. The cupcake roster includes no fewer than 60 tempting options, with favorites that include Cookie Dough Delight, Royal Red Velvet, and Oh My Blueberry Pie. Several flavors draw inspiration from New York landmarks and icons, such as the New York Black & White, a half-chocolate, half-vanilla cupcake inspired by the city's beloved black and white cookies, or the Coney Island Coconut, a nod to the palm trees that line Brooklyn's beaches. The mouth-watering confections have earned numerous accolades by those impressed by their style and substance?each batch is made fresh daily using local eggs and butter.
15600 NE 8th St.
Bellevue,
WA
US
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