Westlake Center

Row 1

1601 5th Ave (at Pine St)
Seattle, WA 98101
(206) 467-1600
Mon–Sat: 10:00 AM–8:00 PM Sun: 11:00 AM–6:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • the only thing that can save @WestlakeCenter from further becoming a ghetto outlet is #Apple's potential purchase of a whole floor for a greatly needed downtown Apple Store. make it happen, people.
  • Daiso Japan is similar to a dollar store. Everything costs $1.50. Everything from snacks to watercolor paper pads to metal chopsticks. Give yourself some time to look around.
  • Watch out for juggalos
  • Food Court is on the 3rd level. Ride the silly Monorail.
  • Hold your breath! It smells like "stripper titties" walking by Lush.
  • Great place if you want to eat but the best shops are in the street, ex. Macy's, Sephora, Nordy's. Best part of this place is the smooth jazz they play in the bathroom.
  • participate in the inevitable protest or demonstration that will be taking place at the square.
  • Not a very broad selection of stores. Consider Pacific Place down the street for additional options.
  • Love the falafel
  • Make sure you walk to Pike Place Chowder, in the Pike Place Market, for the chowder in the sourdough bread bowl!
  • Get ready to party hard--they are open until 8 pm!
  • Bring Your MONEY!! Visit Daiso Japan and Fireworks awesome places. The food court has a lot to choose from too!
  • Free samples everyday at the candy store :)
  • take the bus here to avoid shopping traffic, its pretty easy at transit centers
  • Amazing how far this place has fallen the last 10-15yrs. Just skipped this outdated establishment that's in desperate need of renovation, pronto.
  • The fireworks store has a bunch of neat trinkets, gifts, and accessories
  • go shopping and enjoy the view. not to forget ride the monorail to the space needle
  • Buy more stuff.
  • It has gotten smaller, fewer shops that I would like to visit. There were kids skateboarding on the ground floor.
  • Muy pequeo