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20 ways to support Women-Owned businesses in the greater Seattle area

1. Enjoy vegan cuisine at Quickie Too – Tacoma

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Rosie D. says: “Incorporating more plant based/vegan meals into your diet can seem overwhelming at times due the thought of “giving up” certain foods. Like comfort food.. Quickie Too has proven Comfort food is vegan food! Their food is so good you’ll wish you could eat it all day long! I can’t wait to try more of their items. 10/10 recommend!!!”

2. Accessorize at September – Seattle

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Jenny F. says: “My favorite shop in Ballard! The clothes and jewelry are super cute and on trend. And the home section is my first stop whenever I need a gift, but I usually leave with something for myself too.”

3. Plan a getaway with Lodges on Vashon – Vashon Island

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Christopher D. says, “One of the coolest places I have ever stayed. I didn’t want to leave! It was almost like a cross between a hotel and glamping.”

4. Get ready for the big day at Blue Sky Bridal – Seattle

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Rachel K. says, “I had a wonderful experience at Blue Sky Bridal!  They have a wide selection in each size, great taste, and the ladies are so helpful and encouraging.  They are very careful re covid-19 and I felt safe.  We all wore masks the entire time.”

5. Shop for your favorite little at Channing Baby & Co. – Tacoma

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Olga F. says, “My favorite baby boutique! Great customer service and has so many options. I was able to find my daughter little stocking tights that seemed to sold out everywhere else.”

6. Pick up a good read at Twice Sold Tales – Seattle

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Adelie S. says, “Honestly can’t think of a better way to spend a rainy Seattle afternoon than browsing through rows upon rows of wonderful books all sorted in neat categories, with cats just nonchalantly strolling by.”

7. Get a pick-me-up at Jumpstart Espresso – Federal Way

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Dominic A. says, “They serve great coffee, at affordable prices. They are fast, efficient, and super friendly. However, my favorite thing about Jump Start is how well they treat their employees.”

8. Get tax help from Joseph & Hetrick LLC – Seattle

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Jason W. says, “Randy and Deva are excellent to work with! Over the last several years, they have helped us work through complicated tax matters with humility and attention to detail.”

9. Ease car troubles with Emily’s Garage – Everett

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Bill B. says, “I am beyond satisfied, and would highly recommend (and already have) Emily’s Garage. Car troubles are frustrating and even scary, finding a place like this is a comfort.”

10. Learn to cook something new with East Kitchen – Tacoma

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Ming H. says, “I have never been to a chef who is so passionate about teaching and educating you about the origin of Cambodian fine cuisine. Definitely a fun experience and the dishes made were deliciously outstanding!”

11. Get your pup groomed at Doggie Stylez – Federal Way

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Sarah S. says, “Coconut got the best haircut ever yesterday. She can be quite intolerant of having her hair cut, but the stylists did such a good job and we are super happy.”

12. Pick up a new hobby at Divine Movement Pole Dancing – Seattle

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Ali L. says, “Everyone I met was super nice, from the other students to the women at the desk. I loved the routines we learned and the stretches at the beginning. The atmosphere is beautiful!”

13. Get electrical help with Veritas Electric – Seattle

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Jennifer G. says, “Deb took the time to walk through the house with us to address our needs and offered wonderful suggestions and options. She brought the lighting and heating in our bathroom into the 21st century. “

14. Pick up a DIY kit from The Works Seattle – Seattle

 

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Han I. says, “The kit was really well packaged and easy to use. I can’t wait to check out more and see what more they have to offer here for foodies and goodies!”

15. Get a new plant for home at Jade & Company Succulent Boutique – Tacoma

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Alexandra N. says, “I love this little plant shop! Reasonable prices cute plant decor/ accessories and knowledgeable staff. I’ve been here 3 times in the last month to buy gifts!”

16. Find a life coach at Seattle Coaching Collective – Seattle

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Lizz S. says, “I feel that after these 12-weeks I am carrying forward with me, stronger awareness, intuition, compassion, and confidence that allow me to dig deeper and nurture my needs and support my ideal way of life.”

17. Become an artist with Brushcapades – Seattle

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May S. says, “Angl hosted a virtual paint party for my daughter during a pandemic. Unbelievable! Her and her friends had the best time and painted their hearts out. Amazing example of a small business pivoting and accommodating their customers.”

18. Get art framed at Seattle Custom Framing – Seattle

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Dominic D. says, “Quality of work and price were great, but my biggest thanks is for the matting recommendation. I wasn’t sure how to position the art in the frame, and their recommendation was spot on. Love the final piece!”

19. Sip on bubble tea from Hi Bubble Tea – Tacoma

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Angel T. says, “First off, let’s say I’m a boba tea connoisseur. I LOVE BUBBLE TEA and want it all the time.  I’m so happy this place opened! Their bubble tea is great! Also, I love that this place is viet owned.”

20. Pick up a treat at The Flour Box – Seattle

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Xinxin J. says, “100% worth the hype and the stress induced by waiting at 10 am to refresh the page over and over and snag one of these donuts. I got six of the strawberry cream and the donut itself was pillowy soft (and not too sweet), and the strawberry cream was divine.”

These 20 women-owned businesses are just a handful of the hundreds that are available to us in the greater Seattle area. Don’t forget that you can support all year round, not just during the month of March. Don’t forget to check out our full Collection.

During the month of March, Yelp Seattle will be partnering with all women-owned or co-owned businesses for all Yelp Elite Events and Yelp Community Perks. Want in on the fun? Visit yelp.com/events to check out the “Women Run Seattle” campaign.