Deals in Junction


One or Three Micro-Current Facial Treatments at Acu-Clinics of Washington (50% Off)

Acu-Clinics of Washington

Multiple Locations

Micro-current computer sends painless impulses to muscles for a noticeable lift

$100 $50

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Three VersaSpa Spray Tans or Technician-Applied Spray Tans at Seattle Sun Tan (Up to 65% Off)

Seattle Sun Tan

Multiple Locations

Bronze sans sun with VersaSpa booths or technician-applied tans

$84 $29

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$975 for One Thermage Skin-Tightening Treatment at Seattle Wellness Programs ($1,950 Value)

Seattle Wellness Programs

Seattle Wellness Programs

Radiofrequency waves trigger collagen renewal on the lower face, neck, arms, waist, or love handles using a Total Tip device

$1,950 $975

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One, Three, or Five 30-Minute Microdermabrasion Treatments at Cherry Blossom (Up to 75% Off)

Cherry Blossom

Thu Tran at Cherry Blossom

Skin cells are removed with a diamond tip in 30-minute sessions to help even out skin texture and appearance

$80 $33

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Massage with Option for Seaweed or Clay Body Wrap and Foot Soak at Utopian Hands Massage Therapy (Up to 49% Off)

Utopian Hands Massage Therapy

Utopian Hands Massage Therapy

Customers can relax and rejuvenate their skin with a massage, seaweed or clay wrap, and foot soak

$110 $61

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$149 for a GK Hair-Taming Treatment at Mixtzin Beauty and Talent (Up to $350 Value)

Mixtzin Beauty and Talent

West Seattle

Stylists uncoil curls and tranquilize frizz with a smoothing keratin treatment

$350 $149

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  • Kamei Japanese Restaurant
    For fresh maki, Seattle's Kamei Japanese Restaurant has got you covered. No need to miss out on Kamei Japanese Restaurant just because you are avoiding fat or gluten. The restaurant has tons of options that can accommodate your dietary needs. Got kids? No problem at Kamei Japanese Restaurant! The restaurant is a fantastic spot for families to dine together. The restaurant has catering services as well. Parking is plentiful, so diners can feel free to bring their vehicles. You can take it easy on your wallet at Kamei Japanese Restaurant — prices are generally less than $30 per person.
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    4512 California Ave SW
    Seattle, WA US
  • Lee's Asian Restaurant
    The broad, straightforward name of Lee's Asian Restaurant heralds a menu that visits just about every corner of its namesake continent. Prawns are cooked in an Indonesian-style marinade, eggrolls and sea scallops get Vietnamese treatment, udon noodles hail from Japan, and other meat and veggie entrees are dosed with the fire of classic Thai or Szechuan cuisine. The wide reach seems to be astoundingly successful. Among other satiated reviewers, the Seattle Times praised the "sophisticated and worldly" menu, whose text can be unscrambled into a helpful travel guide; they just about promise that Lee's will leave guests "smiling and munching all the way to the bottom of the enormous platters." Beyond the unassuming awning, red paper lanterns and teacup lights cast a honeyed glow on a large wood bar backed by wine racks. Warm sake offers an appropriately Asian alternative.
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    4510 California Ave SW
    Seattle, WA US
  • Be's Restaurant
    In Focus: Be's Restaurant The food: affordable American and Vietnamese diner fare The atmosphere: casual Breakfast favorite: pancakes Lunch favorite: roast beef au jus Anytime favorite: pho, which is served all day Amenities: WiFi When to visit: Unlike many restaurants, Be's is open on Christmas, New Year's, and Easter.
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    4509 California Ave SW
    Seattle, WA US
  • West 5
    Five Things to Know About West 5 This retro diner harkens back to the West Seattle of yesteryear with neon signage and a name alluding to the area’s “WE5” phone-number prefix. Read on to learn how this throwback keeps people coming back. The Astral Mac and Cheese is mesmerizing. This specialty is made with a blend of five cheeses. Thrillist says the “out of this world” mac is among Seattle’s best, and diners tend to agree. It was also featured on the Food Network when writer Troy Johnson highlighted it on his show Crave. Its ingredients are sourced and grown locally whenever possible. You can’t go wrong with Mom’s Meatloaf Sandwich. Comfort food at its finest, this meatloaf comes wrapped in bacon; topped with monterey jack cheese, caramelized onions, lettuce, tomato, mayo, and ketchup; and served on old-fashioned white bread. Its happy hour is one of the best in town, according to The Stranger. It helps that the drinks are notoriously strong. The mai tais are a reliable option. West 5’s secret house recipe blends two rums with island juices.
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    4539 California Ave SW
    Seattle, WA US
  • Pizzeria Credo
    After successfully overseeing popular restaurants in the DC area, Jacques Nawar moved west, settling down in Seattle to open up a pizza shop––but not just any pizza shop. Everything at Pizzeria Credo bursts at the seams with a rustic Italian sensibilities. Warm, brassy light cascades upon diners as they bite into crisp, bubbly slices of pizza fresh from the Stefano Ferrar. This Neapolitan-made, wood-fired oven is outfitted with a plate of authenticity and protected by magic words known only to professional pizzaioli. The pizza menu is composed of colorful combinations of toppings, such as the tricolor margherita with creamy mozzarella and San Marzano tomatoes or the zesty puttanesca with anchovy, capers, and hot pepper. But there is more to the restaurant's modus operandi than just pies. Guests break toasted bread over bowls of white-wine-steamed mussels and clams, or whet their appetites with salads made from local organic greens and roasted beets.
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    4520 California Avenue Southwest
    Seattle, WA US
  • Fitness Together
    The muscle tutors at Fitness Together work with clients to determine exercise goals for shedding pounds, running a marathon, or being strong enough to rip apart spandex. A customized workout plan is developed and catered to help exercisers reach superfit. Fitness instructors supervise squats and offer nutritional advice and encouragement to make sure you see and feel results. Individualized attention means it’s all about you—the trainer can point out when you’re doing a stretch incorrectly, help you tone trouble zones, and motivate you to keep going when you’d otherwise quit or become distracted by the fragile beauty of a passing hummingbird.
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    4546 California Ave SW
    Seattle, WA US
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