Photo credit: Stock & Pantry
Yes, Seattle is home to a little company called Amazon. But brick-and-mortar shops are still thriving in Seattle. Depending on your delight, check out a few of our favorite spots for shopping IRL instead of from behind a screen.
For the home-obsessed, hit up Stock & Pantry just up the street in Capitol Hill. They offer swoon-worthy interiors and products from all around the world with a crisp and simple theme. This neighborhood is also packed with vintage shops, bars, and eateries.
Luckily for us, Birkenstocks and flannel are en vogue once again (right?). But if trendy jumpsuits and statement pieces are your thing, head to Baby and Co. in downtown Seattle. Treat yo’ self and do some shopping for curated designer fashions for guys and gals.
The oldest comic book store in North America is in Pike Place Market. Founded in 1961, Golden Age Collectables has everything you need to spoil your child (real or inner). They offer new comics and games weekly, so you’re destined to find the most recent issue of Shadowman or an original edition of Superman on the shelf.
In case you hadn’t heard, marijuana is legal in Seattle. And if you’ve been here longer than 12 minutes you’ve probably caught a whiff of it on a corner or two. Uncle Ike’s is probably the most recognizable name in legal weed, with various small shops around the city. 21+.
Need a gift for your kooky cousin? Hit up Market Magic Shop in Pike Place Market. It’s stuffed full of magic guides, stage props and odd delights. Please don’t hesitate to practice your newest trick on our front desk team.