Redmond Town Center, Redmond
Categories: Shopping Malls, Shopping
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An outdoor retail mall with a center court for people watching, kids water spouts, summer entertainment. Numerous shops and good restaurants in this pedestrian friendly mall.
Nice mall, whilst it doesn't have a lot of shops its still nice to visit. Good for a leisurely stroll. Kids play area and Saturday market close by.
The shopping is really nice. It is good there is free wifi. The markets are great as well. It is a lovely little town to walk around. The clock has a board with very interesting information.
Great outdoor mall for Spring and Summer. During Fall and Winter it's kind of chilly but still a decent place to shop. There are fun activities that happen in the center of the mall year round that make it a great gathering location especially now that the center of the mall is car free. My favorite is the Farmers market in the summer! There are tons of vendors of all sorts that come and sell their goods, and there's great music to listen to while you enjoy your time there. If you live in Sammamish and don't want to go to Bellevue, Seattle or other locations more than 30 min away, this is definitely the place to be.
Nice upscale mall. You can find pretty much everything you need here. It's pretty spread out so expect a walk or a drive, but its not really any different than, say, Bellevue Square in that regard. There's a fun and fairly new playground and fountain to keep the kids entertained. The parking spots behind the REI are pretty small though, so fair warning.
Getting better but still mediocre store assortment. Highlights include REI, iPic cinemas. Poor restaurant selection. Best things about it are holiday season carousel and train, and fountains for kids to splash in during summer.
RTC has been updated with a lot more pedestrian-friendly areas and a huge amount more regular events - one seems to be going on every weekend. And this makes it absolutely great for one big thing - Pokemon Go. There are a ton of Pokestops around, and they frequently are lured. Lots of people are playing there and will tell you about things they've found nearby. It's easy to just walk around for an hour and get a ton of stops and creatures.
A nice outdoor shopping mall with a good selection of brand name and local shops. The crepe place here is a must for good (though pricey) sweet and savory crepes. There's always plenty of parking and sometimes there's events, like arts and crafts markets or farmers markets. Overall it's a nice outdoor shopping experience.
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