Time of year
Charlene L wrote a review Mar 2020
Port Townsend, Washington19 contributions4 helpful votes
Went during the week so apparently some shop owners only like to be open when more people are out-and-about shopping. Too bad. However all the food vendor shops were open, super friendly and the food we tried was very good.
Date of experience: March 2020
ChrisFSeattle_WA wrote a review Apr 2019
Lakewood, Washington49 contributions23 helpful votes
This aging facility is home to some very good restaurants (fish and chips; Indian, Thai, etc.) and some shops for the curious. Get there during business hours because only the eateries remain open past 6.
Date of experience: April 2019
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ALAG wrote a review May 2018
Auburn, Washington2,634 contributions225 helpful votes
Interesting shops inside. There were several restaurants to go to for a quick, cheap and nice meal. Building's design is quite unique compare to the modern ones.
Date of experience: April 2018
Brenda B wrote a review Nov 2017
San Diego, California105 contributions31 helpful votes
I have been here twice and I love the little place. It is something unique to Tacoma and gives that museum/antique feeling. Parking is available out on the street and there is a garage across the street too. It is the Tacoma links last stop, in case you are staying in Downtown, you may ride the link here for free. The food court has about maybe 10 restaurants, all different varieties from Mexican to Asian. The sitting is almost like a mall. There are several restrooms along the house available, they are rather outdated but that just gives that antique feeling more power. The stores are pretty cool looking, so different from anything else I have seen. They all have benches outside of them and some french like decor. It gave me the feeling of being outside inside haha if it makes sense. At the end of the top floor there is a livingroom set up with old antique couches. They also have a table with glass chess and a sasquash (big foot). The bottom floor has an awesome leggo store, you must bring your kids here. We visited this past sunday and the leggo store was closed but there was a cool shopping event with lots of local vendors. I was able to buy some candles. Overall come here to take a stroll, get something to eat and just to cruise during the cold winter.…
Date of experience: November 2017
Don E wrote a review Oct 2017
Lakewood, Washington92 contributions33 helpful votes
Stopped by this old Tacoma landmark during mid October in the early afternoon. Most of the shops were open with very little foot traffic. The shops were neat and clean and they had a reasonable sized food court. It's a very unique place to visit with a wide variety of vendors. I highly suggest a visit if your going to ride the lite-rail system to Seattle.…
Date of experience: October 2017