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  • Brookstone
    Brookstone has thousands of practical, ingenious gadgets and games that make everyday life better. Their Big Blue live speaker uses Bluetooth to stream music or phone calls live from a smartphone, while a pocket-sized projector can be pulled out to show off the latest trip photos or funny video. That’s just the tip of the iceberg at this Pacific Place Brookstone outlet, where mini flying drones and augmented reality games are the norm – and guests can try everything out before they buy. That means sampling the classic massage chairs, checking the functionality of the wireless key finder by losing your keys in the overstocked shelves or just playing around with the latest obscure gizmo to kill a few minutes. You may not leave with something that you couldn’t have lived without, but anything you buy is sure to be fun, ingenious or downright silly.
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    600 Pine Street
    Seattle, WA US
  • Kau Kau Barbeque Market
    The Kau Kau BBQ Restaurant has been a fixture of Seattle Chinatown for over 30 years. Famous for their mouthwatering far-eastern barbeque, they host a number of specialties that you’d be hard-pressed to find anywhere else- things like their succulent, crispy side pork; sweet, tender BBQ pork and their juicy, flavorful barbequed duck. In addition to these more niche dishes, the Kau Kau also serves more mainstream Chinese food like pork, chicken, and shrimp fried rice or broccoli beef. Side dishes include their steamed rice, which is firm yet chewy and their authentic Chinese egg noodles. Top it all off with some plum sauce or chili sauce, and you’ve got yourself a kingly lunch.
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    656 S King St
    Seattle, WA US
  • David Weatherford Antiques
    For nearly a half century, David Reed Weatherford Antiques & Interiors has nurtured nostalgia with an epoch's worth of elegant and enduring 18th and 19th century antiques. Within a 4,000-square foot historic Capital Hill home overlooking Puget Sound, heirloom hunters wander into another era, akin to stumbling into a KISS reunion concert. Elevate dinner tables to shrine status with a whimsical navy blue and cream glazed Victorian style pottery jug ($175), or opt for scintillating ceramics such as the pastel hued, flower-festooned Chinese ceramic box, ideal for imbuing rooms with an otherworldly aura and sheltering displaced genies ($385). The metallurgical arts, meanwhile, feature two ambiance fortifying cloisonn? vases ornately adorned with delicate floral flourishes and idyllic landscapes ($450 each).
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    133 14th Ave E
    Seattle, WA US