South Tacoma Antiques & Collectibles 8219 S Tacoma Way, Lakewood, WA98499 South Tacoma Antiques & Collectibles claims to be the largest antique mall in the Tacoma area, with 55,000 square…More feet of display space and more than 150 dealers. The lower floor is a rabbit's warren of dealer stalls, some no more than a few feet across, crammed with everything from kerosene lamps to records. The upper floor is reserved for large furniture, such as bedsteads, chests and armoires, some of them in matched sets. The offerings vary widely, depending on the interests of the individual dealers. There's a lot of crystal and crockery, some interesting political buttons and ephemera, and a lot of “keen junk” like old saws and brass oil cans. The mall does appraisals and some dealers buy estates.
Chin Goo Video 9701 S Tacoma Way Ste 111, Lakewood, WA98499 Chin Goo Video is a Korean Video Shop that rents DVDs and VHS. The genres include dramas and movies from SBS, KBS…More and MBC films. Chin Goo Video is located inside of Paldo World Mall and welcomes all viewers.
Subway Restaurant 10518 S Tacoma Way, Lakewood, WA98499 This is a small, but very neat and clean Subway location, wedged into a pod mall on the west side of Lakewood's busiest…More intersection, where Hwy 512 pours into South Tacoma Way. The franchise owner is Preet Dhillon, and as in all Subways, the mainstay is its foot-long submarine sandwiches, custom made to order. You can choose from a variety of breads, meats, cheeses, veggies and condiments to build a sandwich to your own taste. The shop will cater parties or meetings, and will take large orders over the phone, and deliver. Come try the new bacon, egg and cheese sandwiches with coffee for breakfast.
Chips & Palace Casinos is a two-part casino, the first being Chips Casino and the second being Palace Casino.…More Conveniently located right off I-5, they offer food and gambling 24 hours a day most of the week.
Chips Casino has a restaurant with daily dinner specials and a prime rib and seafood buffet the first Friday of every month. Some of the table games they offer include double-deck blackjack, Spanish 21 and four-card poker.
Palace Casino also offers food with daily lunch and dinner specials. They have eight poker tables with regular tournaments.
The Polynesian Grill is a small mall restaurant with a warm family feeling and wonderful Filipino food. Owner Chico…More Magel and his wife, Annie, have run the restaurant for six years, making it a favorite gathering place for the Filipino and Pacific Island communities.
Magel is Samoan and Annie is Filipina, so their menu is a mixture of both cultures. Filipino food, explains Chico, is essentially traditional Spanish cuisine overlaid with Asian flavors. Try the adobo, which he calls “the Phillipine national dish” — chicken or pork slow-cooked in onion, garlic, vinegar and soy sauce. Or go potluck with a combination of tapsilog, longsilog, fried tilapia and halo halo.
The restaurant has a small grocery section with stock that will please Filipinos who miss familiar brands from the islands. The restaurant is also popular with soldiers and airmen from Joint Base Lewis-McChord, who acquired a taste for the food while serving overseas.