Seattle Pinball Museum
Got kids? Got kid-like tendencies? Love the buzzers and bells of good old-fashioned games machines? Lay aside your iPad apps and become...
Hing Hay Park
If you need a tranquil spot to rest while wandering the ID, Hing Hay Park (more of a square than a park) lends a little breathing space...
A landmark that has benefited from restoration fever is Union Station, the old Union Pacific Railroad depot (1911) that sat unoccupied...
Panama Hotel Tea & Coffee House
The Panama, a historic 1910 building containing the only remaining Japanese bathhouse in the US, doubles as a memorial to the...
Purple Dot Café
The Purple Dot looks like the inside of an ‘80s video game (yes, it's actually purple) and draws a late-night drunken-disco crowd on...
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Shanghai Garden information
Hand-shaved barley noodles are the specialty of Shanghai Garden and, frankly, they trounce all expectations you might ordinarily have of a noodle. They’re wide and chewy, almost meaty, and just barely dressed with perky spinach and nicely integrated globs of chicken, tofu, beef or shrimp.
It might seem odd to get all rapturous about a plate of noodles, but these deserve it. The sugar-pea vines are also a favorite, and if neither of those options tempts you, there are about 75 other choices.