Home & Garden in Central Seattle

Select Local Merchants

Like a good relationship or a flower with a fertilizer addiction, Shador is growing. The staff of sugaring experts and aestheticians recently migrated to a new space, which has meant an upgrade in facilities and the ability to offer massages. Each service, from botanically based detoxifying body wraps to custom facials, helps to beautify and relax clients. For hair removal, the staff eschews the discomfort of hot wax in favor of a natural sugaring serum that pulls hair out in the direction of growth, and favored strands are magnified through the individual application of synthetic or mink eyelash extensions.

901 Rainier Ave N, Ste B201
Renton,
WA
US

To take the effort out of hauling home a holiday tree, TreeME selects healthy fir trees from a local family farm and delivers them to local homes. TreeME offers a wide variety of tree heights from five to nine feet, so patrons can choose the correct size tree for their home, office, or submarine. Once they receive their tree, customers can trim it with holiday decorations and lights to create a festive atmosphere complemented by the pleasing scent of evergreen forest.

Mobile
Seattle,
WA
US

Cafe Flora: A User's Guide

Vegetarian and Vegan Cuisine | Food Network–Featured | Gluten-Free Options | Enclosed Patio

Sample Menu

  • Starter: lentil-pecan pâté platter
  • Entree: wild-mushroom linguini
  • Dessert: Theo chocolate tart with whipped coconut cream
  • Cocktail: the Ten Trees—pine-infused tequila, elderflower liqueur, and lime

When to Go: Cafe Flora is open for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and weekend brunch. Stop in during the day to enjoy the airy glass-enclosed atrium, or take a seat at dinner in the cheerful, art-filled dining room.

Awards and Acclaim

  • Named one of the best vegetarian restaurants in the country by Travel + Leisure and Relish
  • Named Best Vegetarian Restaurant 2014 by Seattle Magazine readers
  • On Zagat’s lists for Healthy Quick Bites and Best Buys in Seattle
  • Featured on the Food Network show Rachael’s Vacation

Vocab Lesson
Pot de crème: a French dessert with a custard-like consistency, traditionally served in a porcelain cups.

While You're in the Neighborhood
Before: Browse gently worn women’s merchandise from the likes of Banana Republic, Nine West, and Chanel at Fury (2810 E Madison Street).

After: Sip on a cocktail or beer at The Bottleneck Lounge (2328 E Madison Street).

2901 E Madison St
Seattle,
WA
US

KAN Orchids+Flowers is a boutique flower shop located in the vibrant Capitol Hill neighborhood of Seattle.

Our products are memorable for their beauty and simplicity, and make the perfect addition to your home or office. Flowers and orchids sent as gifts from KAN are not soon forgotten.

1412 12th Ave
Seattle,
WA
US

Gone are the protestations that a slice of cake is too big "or too wedgey." Instead of making a different cake to suit everyone's tastes, get a dozen different flavors for fickle friends. Voted Seattle's best cupcake by Seattle Magazine and Seattle Weekly, and featured in The Seattle Times, Cupcake Royale bakes each flavor daily from natural and local ingredients, including hormone-free dairy products and locally raised fruit. Finish off a long lunch break with a Royale with cheese, a pillow of dark chocolate cake topped with cream-cheese buttercream and chocolate shavings, or chomp a vanilla coconut bunny, adorably fluffy with hand-frosted buttercream. Experts in things that taste good recommend chocolate peppermint party, while fans of sea spray reach no farther than the salted caramel with fleur de sel.

1101 E Pike St
Seattle,
WA
US

The name Platinum Records tells only part of the story. The store carries a vast assortment of records, as well as CDs and DVDs. The team of seasoned DJs and audiophiles, however, also stocks virtually every piece of professional audio equipment a musician, club owner, or discourteous librarian could want. Mixing boards, equalizers, microphones, and turntables by name brands, such as Rane, Pioneer, Akai, and M-Audio, fill nearly every inch of floor space, and studio-quality headphones sate audiophile eardrums—all of which is for sale 24 hours a day. In addition to sound equipment, the store also carries an assortment of lighting equipment, bubble machines, and effects to keep shows rolling.

915 E Pike St
Seattle,
WA
US