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Redmond Town Center, Redmond

(3.4/5 based on 40+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • Very cozy place! Very very clean! Many benches and stools, outdoor heaters work, cafes, beautiful boutiques are not harassing vendors, two large multi-tiered parking. We walked here after dinner at a nearby Japanese restaurant in Haiku. Beautiful and relaxing place to stroll.
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  • Visited in July 2014 while staying in Kent. Lots of small cafes and shops. Nice place to shop in an outdoor shopping environment. Two levels of retail. A few notable stores throughout other shops. Ver...  more »
  • While not your typical hot spot, RTC has enough for a good evening out - a movie theater, ice cream joints, eateries and of course - retail outlets. The Holiday season sees specials come out too - lik...  more »
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  • The main reason I go to this mail is because of the amazing iPic Movie Theater. However, I do enjoy the old school, small town feel of the mall. The vast majority of the stores are accessed via the outdoors. Which means, they are connected but, you have to go outside in order to go into them. I think that a throwback to the malls these days that are all enclosed. Theres a children's playscape and shuffle board area in the center of the mall. They seem to have designed this place with the outdoors and a sense of community in mind. Again, it's in Redmond so, it kind of a trek buy, a nice change.
  • An open air mall with some interesting shops. The selection isn't amazing but you'll find all you major shops here and some smaller shops as well. Plenty of parking in an outdoor multi-floored lot. They were doing a big side walk sale when we were there and many of the shops participated.
  • Love this place. Not too crowded. Good choices for food and drinks. Great place for kids to play
  • This mall is in many ways the heart of Redmond; however its offerings of stores are a bit odd. There a bunch of cool places here, you can get crepes or chocolate or cupcakes or ice cream. However, there is not much in the way of quick food for lunch. There are some high-end restaurants and a deluxe movie theater and a play area in the middle that gets full of kids during the summer. Interesting options, but not a place you could go every day or somewhere you would go unless you had a specific store in mind.
  • A fun place with a lot of quality stores. There's always fun things going on and little games to play on the sidewalk like shuffleboard and bocce ball. It's cute and has a friendly atmosphere. Parking isn't too bad and it's a pretty good location.