Finally, its our turn… Dave & Buster’s has opened a location in Auburn

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Up until today, it seemed as though there was a Dave & Busters everywhere, except Seattle?!? Even Portland got one before the Sea-Tac.  Well, all of that is in the past and you won’t have to wait on that #StayCation to PO or that trip to Texas to enjoy what many have called a “Chuck-E-Cheese” for grown-ups now that D&B is coming to the Outlet Collection in Auburn. 

With drink with names like Coronarita (a blended margarita drink that includes 7oz’s of Corona beer) and Black Raspberry Proseccorita everyone is sure to enjoy the “Loco ‘Ritas” menu along with all of your favorite cocktails, including innovative cocktails like Glow Kones, adult snow cones illuminated by glowing cubes. 

Many will go for the games and the drinks and possibly the hundreds of the latest arcade games on site.  However, let’s be real, its going to be the chef-crafted food like the Hawg-A-Saurus Loaded Cheese Fries and the BBBacon Burger (featuring three types of bacon!), or the “Healthy” options, such as Ancho Ceasar Lettuce Wraps & Crisp Apple Pecan Salad, that will keep it Lit! 

With the exodus from Seattle Proper into South King County and beyond, this is right on time for those who “Don’t want to drive downtown” 😛 

Here’s the statement from the mall:

“As the largest outlet center in the Pacific Northwest, The Outlet Collection | Seattle is proud to offer the right combination of shopping, dining and entertainment options. We are excited to announce that Dave & Buster’s will join our tenant mix later this year in the space formerly occupied by Marshall’s, which will add another dimension to our already popular retail mix. The 40,000 sf Dave & Buster’s will be the ultimate entertainment destination featuring hundreds of the latest games, chef-crafted food, innovative cocktails, and a state-of-the-art D&B Sportsbar filled with massive TVs.”

Did you go to the Grand Opening? Soft Opening? Tag us in your pics and comment your thoughts! #Seaspot

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