April 2018 by Viviana M
I witness 3 African-Americans stealing beers (like 9 bottles ) inside the store and they leave the store without paying. Many druggies(white and black Americans ) in the main door asking money and also fighting. Cons: great location and great coffee.
February 2018 by David Kolodziej
A small 7-11 in a rough part of Downtown. This is one of the few 7-11s that is not open 24 hours (due to its sketchy location). This store closes at 10pm, so don't even try to visit after hours.
December 2017 by CLUBJFHSEA
This location is in one of the worst blocks downtown. I feel sorry for the employees and what they have to deal with. Junkies, mentally ill people in need of assistance and street level drug dealing is what you'll find outside the store. It's too bad the city of Seattle is unable or unwilling to clean up this busy block.
October 2017 by David Smith
This place smelled very badly of stale rotten food under heat lights when I walked in one day during the 5pm rush hour to see a line 25 people long to the cashiers. I immediately turned around and walked out
August 2017 by Angela Pacelli
Considering the crowd that hangs out around this place, the staff do amazingly well. (It can be a bit dicey at this part of 3rd Ave, especially during non-commuter hours.) I imagine that they aren't paid enough for what they have to contend with.
Unfortunately, there's not much of a selection at this particular 7-Eleven. It's mostly beverages, heated food that the chain is known for, and some snacks. There aren't any tolietries, magazines, medications, and automotive products here.
Also, despite this location not being 24-hours, it *does* open earlier and stay open later than any other store or eatery in the immediate area. (That's actually the primary reason why I visit this place.)