Pacific Place, Seattle
About Pacific Place, Seattle
Pacific Place, Seattle - Address, Phone Number
Address: 600 Pine St, Seattle, WA 98101, United States
Time Required: 01:30 Hrs
Timings: 10:00 am - 09:00 pm Details
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Pacific Place is a high end mall situated on Pine Street in Seattle. It houses almost everything, from clothing to footwear to bookstores to restaurants to skin care to even a cinema hall! Brands such as Ann Taylor, BCBGMAXAZRIA, Knack, Chico’s, Eddie Bauer, Victoria’s Secret, The Body Shop, Top Ten Toys, Tiffany & Co. Michael Kors and Barnes and Nobel bookstore and many more are housed within the mall. Head over to the Pacific Place for an evening full of shopping and leisure.
Pacific Place Ticket Prices
- Vehicle parking charges apply.
- Entry is free.
Pacific Place Opening and Closing Hours
- Store Timings: 10:00 am – 8:00 pm (Monday to Saturday) & 11:00 am – 7:00 pm (Sunday)
- Restaurants and AMC theatre hours may vary.
- For other timings, check the official website.
How To reach Pacific Place by Public Transport
- Westlake Station (light rail and busses)
Restaurants Near Pacific Place
- Thai Ginger
- Barnes and Noble Cafe
- Trophy Cupcakes
- II Fornaio
- Pike Place Chowder
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Pacific Place, Seattle Reviews - Write a Review
I was hungry for phad Thai. I found it at Thai Ginger. It was good but a bit pricey!!! I only had $1.28 change for my $20. The good food, short wait, good service....made up for the price of the food. I will dine over there again...
This place has a few shops, and some restaurants. I like the restaurants better than the stores. If you are looking for a quick bite or for some very good asian food (you will have to wait though), or some Italian, German or Mexican food, this is a good place to go. The stores are a little expensive, and I usually prefer to buy things either online or at an outlet, because they can be way cheaper.
This particular trip, I had plans to see a film with a friend. When I visited the official Pacific Place website, I joined their email club and received a voucher for free popcorn and soda redeemable at the theater on the top floor of the shopping center. Also, it's wonderful to know that parking is discounted if you enter the parking garage after 5PM, when the $6 flat fee is active
It's a mall downtown. The shops are varied. I'm giving it four stars instead of five because they put the food court on the top floor, which is a terrible location for a quick bite if you work DT, and there is a lack of public restrooms.
I like the set up but it has lost shops and is losing more. Not what it was,sadly. I believe rents downtown are too high for shops to continue. Barnes and Noble is a nice book store we really need.
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