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Pacific Place, Seattle

(4.2/5 based on 85 reviews on the web)
***Special Holiday Hours***

November 24 (Thanksgiving Day)

Closed (Restaurants & AMC Theater hours may vary)

November 25 (Black Friday)

8am-9pm

November 26-December 11

Monday-Saturday: 9:30am-9pm

Sunday: 10am-7pm

December 12-23

Monday-Saturday: 9am-9pm

Sunday: 10am-8pm

December 24 (Christmas Eve)

9am-6pm

December 25 (Christmas Day)

Closed (Restaurants & AMC Theater hours may vary)

December 26

9am-9pm

December 27-30

10am-8pm

December 31 (New Year's Eve)

10am-6pm

January 1 (New Year's Day)

11am-7pm

Summer Hours

May 26th – September 6th

Monday – Saturday 10am – 9pm

Sunday 11am – 7pm



Holidays:

May 25th (Memorial Day)

Monday 10am – 7pm



July 4th (Independence Day)

Saturday 10am – 7pm



September 7th (Labor Day)

Monday 10am-7pm
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Reviews
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  • Your basic medium sized shopping mall, 5 stories, with stores such as Coach, Victoria Secret, wonderful large Barnes & Noble bookstore, J Crew etc. Best part of all is Pike Place Chowder, a 2nd locati...  more »
  • Pikeplayschowder shop there, visited the store to eat clam chowder. Located on the 4 floor pikeplayschowder store other than there are some restaurants. In the stairwell, bright Interior, Nice. 1, 2nd floor doesn't look much but think store brand. It was Department Chair for the rest of have, there are a lot of plants.
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  • Plaza on the first floor and an open cafe, may shop around the stairwell. It would be good to break so much, bench, not crowded.
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  • Good parking & easy access to the core of downtown. A limited set of stores mostly for women and younger shoppers in the mall. Movie theater and Barnes and noble are good attractions. Food options include a good sports bar and some reasonable restaurants as well as a couple of fast food options. All in all a good starting point for a trip downtown.
  • Great place to shop, go for food, and catch a movie! Also connects to Nordstrom if you need to do more shopping. Several places that I've been to in here had excellent service, I only remember one place being rude and snobby which was the prom/wedding dress place. Otherwise a nice shopping experience. It's also nice that it has parking as well (though you have to pay).
  • A pretty decent shopping center with a very good AMC movie theatre. It has some high end stuff but also things like Barnes and Noble. The restaurants are OK overall but most aren't anything super special though it does have a Pike's Place Chowder so that's nice.
  • What an incredible mall with superb ambiance, engaging stores and the most delightful experience shopping I could hope for. Each level was a marvel in it's own way from Korean everyday items, to superb tea sampling at Teavana, to an incredible selection of movies and the lower floor Barnes & Noble for music, videos or books. I spent close to four hours with eating, shopping, visiting, having tea and finding the right book to take home.
  • The wooden movie theater (as my kids call this blight), is fine, serves beer in a corale, and asks only that you not think hard about the gauntlet of Chinesium you must step over to get your $20 ticket for the latest Hollywood dross. Good luck getting outta this citadel for less than a Franklin. Just give your cash to the buskers outside and walk on.