Where is the best place to look for records in Seattle?

John Roderick name-drops some of his favorite vinyl record shops in Seattle.

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Everyday Music Local chain for used and new vinyl records and CDs, plus DVDs, with 100,000 titles in stock at each unit.
Silver Platters A Seattle favorite, Silver Platters sells a variety of records from both past and present.
Light in the Attic An iconic record shop focusing on music from multiple genres.
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Easy Street Records Eclectic hangout stocking CDs and vinyl, plus a café serving American breakfasts, burgers, and salads.
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Jive Time Destination for used records, mainly rock, jazz, and soul, plus cassettes, CDs, and DVDs.
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Bop Street Longtime music shop with a huge inventory of vinyl records from many musical genres.
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Sonic Boom Music specialist for new and used vinyl, CDs, and DVDs, plus turntables, books, and live performances.
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Hilton Seattle

  • Address: 1301 Sixth Ave, Seattle WA 98101
  • Neighborhood: Downtown Seattle
  • Phone: (206) 624-0500
  • Website: thehiltonseattle.com

Silver Cloud Hotel – Seattle Broadway

  • Address: 1100 Broadway, Seattle WA 98122
  • Neighborhood: Capitol Hill
  • Phone: (206) 204-1400
  • Website: www.silvercloud.com

Pan Pacific Hotel Seattle

  • Address: 2125 Terry Ave, Seattle WA 98121
  • Neighborhood: Downtown Seattle
  • Phone: (206) 264-8111
  • Website: panpacific.com