Seattle Chinatown-International District
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Officially known as the Chinatown/International District, I recommend Dim Sum at Jade Garden (Dive on the outside, nice on the inside). Check out Kinokuniya Book Store, Uwajimaya Grocery Store, 85° Bakery, Oasis Tea Zone for boba drinks. Can be a gritty place, especially at night, but still worth…
Go there when you're craving for Asian food, such as Chinese, Japanese, Vietnamese and more!
This district is filled to the brim with bubble tea, dim sum, hot pot, pho, baos and more.
Great dense historic and vibrant neighborhood with lots of great foods, shops, an amazing park, and etc!
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“Seattle's historic district is nestled between the downtown core, waterfront, Chinatown-Internation District, and the sports stadiums. It's a walkable neighborhood that features attractions including the Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park, the Underground Tour, and Beneath the Streets. There is a lively restaurant and bar scene with local favorites including Damn the Weather and 13 Coins. ”
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“5.5 miles North West. This is our old Scandanavian neighborhood that has been gentrified over the past decade. It’s known for its concentration of Breweries, walkability and old town feel. Check out the area on Ballard Ave N.W., South of Market Street. ”
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