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Aromatic herbs and medicines form an important part of Sugarpill in Seattle. The brainchild of Karyn Schwartz, a homeopathy specialist, this apothecary place offers some delicious culinary delights and medicines, herbs and concoctions, artisan food, and spices that helping in boosting immunity. The products are always fresh, and home made so fears of unnatural chemicals in your medicine can be put to rest.
Located in the beautiful Capitol Hill neighborhood, Crumble & Flake is a small bakery that offers freshly baked delicacies. Since its inception in May 2012, the bakery has gained much popularity among the locals. The menu offers a variety of croissants, cookies, macaroons, brownies, shortbread, rolls, pastries, scones, and puffs. Owned and operated by chef Neil Robertson, everything is made to order and prepared with the finest ingredients.
Located in the Capitol Hill area, Wall of Sound is filled with a great selection of music from all over the world. As you browse the shelves, you'll see music by artists from Asia, Africa, North America, South America and Europe. Both new and used recordings are plentiful. If you have questions, just ask the music-savvy staff, which will happily guide you through the wide world of music.
If you're looking for some gorgeous home decor pieces or furniture for your home or office, West Elm on Westlake Avenue makes for a good shopping option. The store stocks beautiful modern furnishings and home elements such as throw pillows, sofa sets, lamps, chandeliers and many more. A lot of these products are designer-made, but they're moderately priced and comprise of international additions such as handcrafted placemats from India, Steve Allen duvets and Santo Tomas pottery items, and such.
A visit to Pretty Parlor will surely revive "Legally Blonde" culture, with the decor boldly proclaiming that feminine is fine and cute is cool! You'll find a whole range of vintage products—crystal jewelry, petticoats, silk lanterns, and much more. The in-house Ruthie's Sewing Shop allows you to get your clothes custom made, not compromising on the fit. If gentlemen do manage to get themselves here, there is a range for them too with rock, cowboy and Hawaiian options. Overall, the place can be a bit pricey, but the products and the great service make up for it.
A quaint little French-style Cafe and Bakery, La Parisienne offers Seattle residents a little touch of Paris in lovely Bell town. Serving up a lovely selection of French pastries, confections and baked goods; don't miss out on their authentic baguettes, flaky croissants and delicious macaroons. With an eye-catching and pretty display you'll find it hard to choose which sweet treat to indulge in. A good place to have a morning coffee and croissant, just like a Parisian. They also offer a selection of savory eats like quiches, soups, sandwiches and salads perfect for a light lunch.