320 33rd Avenue East, Seattle
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Your neighborhood guide to living in Denny-Blaine
- Outdoor Recreation
- Pacific Place
Enjoy the view of five levels of exceptional fashion, delicious foods and new movies.
- University Village Shopping Center
Seattle’s only outdoor lifestyle shopping center, offering a unique mix of locally-owned boutiques, signature national retailers, and a distinct collection of restaurants and eateries.
- Madrona Business District
Featuring roughly 10 restaurants, a corner market, Pilate studio, barber, dry cleaner, laundromat, jewelry, home decor store, doggie daycare, children’s boutique, plus other businesses including the home of the world famous Glassybaby.
- Bellevue Square Mall
Home to over 200 shops, the region’s largest dining district with over 50 local-to-global restaurants & nightlife adventures.
- Arosa Café
- Café Flora
Creative vegetarian cuisine.
- The Harvest Vine
Tapas in Seattle: A Basque kitchen where collaboration meets craft and strangers become friends.
Tapas/Small Plates – An opportunity to experiment and explore, to both work with and taste new flavors and foods without any pretense or culinary douchiness.
- Denny Blaine Park
2-acre grassy unlifeguarded beach is surrounded by an old stone wall, which marked the shoreline before 1917, when the lake level was lowered nine feet by the construction of the Lake Washington Ship Canal.
- Viretta Park
1.8-acre grassy park with lookout below, steep slopes and brush.
- Howell Park
Secluded park offers a planted trail that leads down through the woods to a beach lawn.
- Lakeview Park
The lookout is planted with peonies backed by a stone wall, and has a good view of the lake and the Cascades.
- Denny Blaine Neighborhood Website
About Denny Blaine.