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This bookstore was huge! So much fun to explore the genres and highlighted/featured authors. There's tables and seating, and even a cafe area that looked chic and delicious. They apparently do tours, how fun! Would highly recommend visiting!
The Elliott Bay Book Company is a rarity: an independent bookstore that survives, in the city where Amazon got its start selling books. Why? An large and carefully curated collection of interesting books in a wide variety of categories, including nature, fitness, outdoors, writing, graphica/manga,...More
I've been going to Elliott Bay for books for 24-years -- and they remain the best book store in Seattle, and one of the few independent book sellers to be doing well (at least so it appears).
This is a place to browse, to read...More
Custard french toast at the Lost Lake Cafe on Capitol Hill is a delightful surprise. Each of the generous number of slices is drizzled with vanilla custard and garnished with a plentiful quantity of kiwi slices. The result is thoroughly satisfying.
My friend and I visited one Tuesday evening before joining more friends for dinner nearby. This is a REAL bookstore. I didn’t spend a very long time, only about 45 mins; I had to avoid the temptation of buying too much since I was travelling...More
Elliott Bay Book Co is a wonderful place to visit for a day of reading and finding just the right book or two. I wish I had more room in my luggage for the many books I wanted. They also have a lovely café in...More
Huge range of books, not all mainstream, in a large cool space. Well worth a visit to browse, lurk and taste a number of books.
Don’t bother with the Café- it was pretty expensive and not great - my panini for $9 + tax was...More