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    Fran's Chocolates: Renowned locally for its European-style artisanal chocolates, it’s even on the national radar for creating the salt caramels favored by President Obama. Try something the Washington, D.C. bigwigs don’t: the highly perishable sweet dried figs filled with chocolate ganache and dipped in chocolate coating.

    What a view! Six Seven Restaurant & Lounge | Waterfront Seattle Hotel | Travel Washington State www.edgewaterhote...

    Treehouse Point in Fall City, Washington Located only 30 minutes outside of Seattle, Treehouse Point offers many different options for your vacation. Each one allows visitors a tranquil private home to enjoy the quiet and listen to the birds. BONUS: Want a treehouse of your own? They have designers who can help create a space just for you!

    Luna Park Cafe - A delicious cafe with awesome milkshakes and old style jukeboxes in the booths. An old West Seattle breakfast fav.

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    Things to do in Seattle, WA: Travel Guide from 10Best

    If you get to Seattle make sure to go to West Seattle, and see the Flower house, on Alki Beach, Seattle, WA - just amazing to look at!

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    8 local cafes in Seattle that serve the best coffee and add to the culture of their neighborhoods.

    THE PINK DOOR • Seattle, WASHINGTON • Italian/American • Meander down a secluded alley in Pike Place to find this hidden restaurant/cabaret. No sign outside - just look for the pink door. Step into a warm and lively dining room where a bawdy good time awaits! Look up to see a swinging trapeze artist... • 206-443-3241• thepinkdoor.net

    Pike Place Market (PikePlaceMarket) | Where to eat in Seattle

    Where to eat, drink and shop in Seattle right now

    Chocolate Fountain for Jean Philippe Maury at the Bellagio of Las Vegas.

    Pike Street Market - Seattles Best Coffee Seattle WA

    The Crab Pot - Seattle, WA

    Stick your gum on the Market Theater Gum Wall, a local landmark in downtown Seattle, in Post Alley under Pike Place Market. Similar to Bubblegum Alley in San Luis Obispo, California, the Market Theater Gum Wall is a brick alleyway wall now covered in used chewing gum. Parts of the wall are covered several inches thick, 15 feet high for 50 feet Needa do this next time.

    Red Mill Burger - Has the best onion rings I ever tasted, burgers are amazing a must stop when you visit Seattle

    Seattle Park, Seattle, WA

    Matt's in the Market restaurant - Seattle, WA. A favorite of locals and tourists alike. Fabulous burgers. Best view of Pike Place Market. Make reservations!

    Serious Pie restaurant - Seattle, WA

    Pikes Place Market, Seattle, WA