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Bellevue Square Bellevue Square is a shopping center in Bellevue, Washington. The mall has 180 retail stores, with anchors Macy's, Nordstrom, ZARA, UNIQLO and Crate and Barrel and specialty stores such as Tiffany's, Hugo Boss, Armani Exchange, Lego, Victorinox Swiss Army, and the Microsoft Store. Restaurants include P.F. Chang's, The Cheesecake Factory, Red Robin, and Ruth's Chris Steak House. Bellevue Square also offers concierge services, valet parking, and children's play area. Bellevue Square attracts over 16 million visitors annually who individually spend nearly two hours per trip spending $126, well above the national average. Over $600 is spent for every square foot of retail space each year. -122.20389616398 47.615745354192 http://sandiego.city/attractions/W__29234887
LA REE Boutique About LaRee Boutique As the founder of La Ree Boutique, I'm on a mission to do something different in Seattle. At an early age my grandmother, Virginia LaRee Groff, helped me to appreciate fashion from every era. Her wisdom and perspective helped ignite my passion — and by combining a love of style, a successful professional history, and eclectic travel experiences, I work to bring you a carefully edited selection of the world's most compelling options. Clothes tell a story and it's always been a dream of mine to help people tell theirs. I keep an eye on what's next but don't chase trends. I work to bring you a mix of the fresh, simple, classic and elegant — and have designed my store with those same sensibilities. From the moment you step inside I want you to be immersed in an experience that's both informal and sophisticated. More than just a retail store, I've designed it to be a respite from the ordinary. To help set the mood we always have subtle and inviting candles burning — so you can come with your girlfriends to peruse beautiful apparel — or just bask in our reprieve with a glass of wine. Everyone who works at La Ree has a shared passion for the tone that's been created and each person adds something I couldn't offer on my own. The La Ree team is knowledgeable about fashion and can help guide you to the styles you know you're looking for and offer suggestions for something unique. Whether you have a minute or an hour, I want you to feel as passionate about La Ree Boutique as I do. Come join us on the journey to find beautiful style. Sincerely, Rachael Nov -122.2029965 47.6104596 http://sandiego.city/attractions/T__a313c9865215
Jamieson Furniture Gallery Jamieson Furniture Gallery is located on beautiful Main Street in downtown Bellevue. The designer and president, Rich Jamieson, developed his passion for solid wood furniture and old world craftsmanship while being raised in a log cabin built by his Grandparents. Having owned a small sawmill in Oregon, he became increasingly interested in reforestation, sustainable harvesting, and utilizing salvaged logs and lumber. His travels have taken him to over 50 countries, all of which influenced his sense of style. A former USMC officer and nationally ranked competitive marksman, for the past decade he has enjoyed developing original and custom crafted furniture for distributors, resorts, and private homes. Presently he and his wife, Denetta, live in Kirkland, Washington. Have a project or idea that involves solid wood furniture? We have a large inventory on hand. And if we do not have what you are looking for, we can custom make it! To ask a question, get a quote, or just say "hi," you can send an email to JamiesonFurnitureGallery@gmail.com or call 425-577-8627. We are open Monday-Saturday, 10AM - 6:30PM, Sunday 12PM-5PM. Check out our webpage at www.greatroomfurn.com Twitter www.twitter.com/JamiesonImports YouTube www.youtube.com/JamiesonImports Pinterest www.pinterest.com/JamiesonImports Google+ www.plus.google.com/102393051108521329173 -122.20370814507 47.60996787492 http://sandiego.city/attractions/T__85d312b4df89
Bellevue Botanical Garden Bellevue Botanical Garden is a botanical garden located at 12001 Main Street, Bellevue, Washington. It is open daily; admission is free. The garden area includes display gardens, woodlands, meadows and wetlands. Its specific collections include: an alpine rock garden, dahlia garden, entrance garden, fuchsia garden, ground cover garden, Lost Meadow Trail (with western redcedar, Douglas-fir, bigleaf maple and vine maple, plus native shrubs), native discovery garden, perennial border, water-wise garden, and the Yao garden (a Japanese-style stroll garden with maples, viburnums, hydrangeas, etc.) A popular event at the garden each year is the holiday light festival Garden d'Lights where numerous three-dimensional plant and animal sculptures made from bundled Christmas lights are on display in numerous nature-themed scenes through the garden. Hundreds of volunteers work to help make the show happen each year. The event runs for 36 days beginning the first Saturday after Thanksgiving. -122.17885708443 47.607762588505 http://sandiego.city/attractions/W__31999280
Downtown Park Bellevue Downtown Park is a 20acre park located in the heart of downtown Bellevue, WA. The park was designed for passive and unstructured use, and as a "respite from the activities of busy urban life." The idea for a park in downtown Bellevue was created from civic and private leadership, which saw the City's potential for shaping its future during a time of rapid growth and development. In the early 1980s, economic forces were rapidly influencing the character of downtown Bellevue. Its center was emerging as a hub for commercial and business activity, and the city was seen as a desirable residential community. In the middle of this dynamic period of growth, the City Council and community leaders saw the necessity of creating an amenity within the City which would help define its character and provide open space in an increasingly urban downtown core. In December 1983, the City of Bellevue acquired 17acre within Bellevue's central business district from the Bellevue School District for $14.3 Million, and financed the transaction through Councilmanic bonds backed by a local option sales tax. In the years since the park land was purchased, approximately four acres have been added to the site. -122.2045919262 47.612584307679 http://sandiego.city/attractions/W__24547844
Bravern 2 Bravern 2 is a shop in Bellevue. -122.19301268761 47.617013798028 http://sandiego.city/attractions/T__37f9be4173da
Seattle Washington Temple The Seattle Washington Temple is the 21st constructed and 19th operating temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church). Located in the city of Bellevue, Washington, it has a modern single-spire design. Due to its proximity to the Bellevue Airfield, the proposed height of the spire was reduced, and a red strobe warning light was installed at the base of the angel Moroni statue. In 1983, the Bellevue Airfield closed, and the light was shut off. The intention to construct the Seattle Temple was announced on November 15, 1975, and it was dedicated on November 17, 1980 by church president Spencer W. Kimball. The temple was built on 23.5acre, has four ordinance rooms and 12 sealing rooms, and has a total floor area of 110000sqft. -122.14091561396 47.584043548105 http://sandiego.city/attractions/T__94505751a209
Neiman Marcus For over a century, Neiman Marcus has stayed focused on serving the unique needs of the luxury market. Today, that commitment is stronger than ever. We have stayed true to the principles of our founders – to be recognized as the premier luxury retailer dedicated to providing our customers with distinctive merchandise and superior service. -122.1932263 47.6166373 http://sandiego.city/attractions/W__57883220
Bellevue Golf Course Bellevue Grill is the gathering place for both golfers and families that offers a casual environment with classic tavern fare. Hearty breakfasts, amazing burgers, daily specials, and a strong line-up of local and imported beers on tap round out the dining experience. Located in the clubhouse of the Bellevue Golf Course, the restaurant and outdoor patio overlook Washington’s most popular golf course. This fun and fresh atmosphere is a perfect place for friends and families to enjoy a sports game on one of the large screen televisions. Happy hour specials 4 – 7 pm daily. The banquet room at Bellevue Golf Course is a beautiful and intimate setting for your next private event or meeting. Our sun- filled banquet room and patio boast of amazing views that overlook the golf course. Centrally located on the eastside in Bellevue, minutes from Kirkland and Redmond, we are able to accommodate up to 100 people with our custom in-house catering. Our premier 18-hole course is open to the public year-round and is a great addition to your company or event’s festivities. The staff at Bellevue Golf Course would be delighted to plan your next event; please call (425) 452-7250 ext.18 to speak with the event manager. -122.14897905029 47.656643136475 http://sandiego.city/attractions/W__29468550
Total Wine Total Wine is a liquor store in Bellevue. -122.1823676 47.6160199 http://sandiego.city/attractions/T__cec1fbad1cd5
Half-Price Books Five locations around town. This Texas-based chain's stores offer exceptional value for your dollar, and have an extremely diverse selection. A peek in these stores will show you what Austinites are really reading. -122.13107878803 47.618693484699 http://sandiego.city/attractions/T__7268968c5c6d
Sears Sears is a department store featuring Craftsman tools, Kenmore appliances, mowers, electronics and the latest clothing styles for the whole family. -122.14130755326 47.630192853598 http://sandiego.city/attractions/T__9d2b60a89a34
Bellevue Arts Museum The Bellevue Arts Museum traces its roots back to street fair art in 1947. After several temporary locations, it moved to the third floor of Bellevue Square, a large shopping center in the center of downtown Bellevue, Washington in 1983. In 2001 the museum finally moved into its own building. Located just across the street from Bellevue Square, the distinctive new building was designed by noted architect Steven Holl. It is seen by many residents of Bellevue as playing a role in the transformation of the downtown from series of suburban strip malls to a sophisticated city with a variety of cultural attractions. The museum subsequently ran into financial difficulties and was forced to close to the public in 2003. After a lengthy fund raising campaign, extensive interior remodeling, a slight change in name and a new focus on crafts and design, the museum re-opened on June 18, 2005 with an exhibition of teapots. In contrast to conventional art museums, Bellevue Arts Museum has no permanent collection. Rather, it emphasizes education and hands-on involvement through an extensive selection of classes and workshops. -122.20117808168 47.61535114349 http://sandiego.city/attractions/N__1005471327
Phantom Lake Phantom Lake is a small lake inside the city limits of Bellevue, Washington. A 2.6 mile long pedestrian trail circles the lake, and according to Bellevue city government, the city's oldest and largest trees can be seen there. Historically, Phantom Lake once drained to the north through the Kelsey Creek basin. Nineteenth-century farmer Henry Thode redirected the Phantom Lake outlet to Lake Sammamish, creating Weowna Creek in the process. -122.12469159628 47.593314988413 http://sandiego.city/attractions/T__5da957a6d5ad
Marketplace at Factoria Family fun shopping, food, and entertainment! (Formerly Factoria Mall) -122.17196871731 47.574380252378 http://sandiego.city/attractions/T__f2088dc799c2
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