First-in-state Dave & Buster’s to debut at The Outlet Collection Seattle this fall

The first in-state Dave & Buster’s, a restaurant and entertainment complex, will open this fall at The Outlet Collection | Seattle, according to a news release from the Auburn mall.

“We are thrilled to welcome Dave & Buster’s, which will add another dimension to The Outlet Collection | Seattle,” said Christian Faltenberger, general manager at The Outlet Collection. “This exciting addition will provide another fun restaurant option for our local shoppers and visitors who are looking to find great deals on the latest merchandise and be entertained, day or night.”

The 40,000-square-foot Dave & Buster’s features hundreds of arcade games, chef-crafted food, cocktails and a state-of-the-art D&B Sports Bar filled with high-definition televisions. It is the mall’s latest addition to its more than 130 retail, dining and entertainment offerings.

For more information about The Outlet Collection, including a list of stores and upcoming events, call 253-833-9500 or visit

Dave & Buster’s, headquartered in Dallas, Texas, operates 99 large-venue, high-volume restaurant/entertainment complexes throughout North America, and will open its 100th location in McAllen, Texas, later this month.

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