About Seattle

Despite the city's relatively brief history, diversity and tradition fill the streets of Seattle. This medium-sized urban hub is booming economically, growing and evolving at a rapid rate, with help from multinational corporations like Microsoft and Starbucks. For many who live here, however, the blue skies, abundant water and picturesque mountain ranges are what make this beautiful city so appealing.

Alki Beach

About as close as Seattle gets to California, this sandy beach in west Seattle draws swarms of walkers, joggers, bikers, skaters, scuba divers and volleyball players. Cafes and restaurants such as Salty's on Alki line the main street, ready to nourish those who've played at the beach all day. Alki Beach, directly across Elliott Bay from downtown, is the spot where the first European settlers camped in the winter of 1851 before they moved to the more sheltered area that is now downtown.

Ballard

Affectionately known for slow drivers and the lilting accents of its many residents of Scandinavian descent, this area was first settled by immigrant Nordic fishermen and mill workers. Visit the Hiram M. Chittenden Locks to watch boats travel from salt water to freshwater, then take a trip to Golden Gardens Park to watch the sunset. Popular restaurants in the area include Ray's Boathouse and Bad Albert's Tap & Grill. Stop by Fisherman's Terminal for a look at the boats that keep the fishing industry thriving.

Capitol Hill

Yes, this Washington has one too and its mix of eclectic shops, art-house theaters, wonderful restaurants and interesting people make it one of the most diverse neighborhoods in Seattle. Some of the city's most historic houses are located here, as is the renowned Seattle Asian Art Museum and Volunteer Park. Seattle University and Cornish College of the Arts also grace this hill. A popular Capitol Hill restaurant is 611 Supreme. To catch a movie, check out Harvard Exit Theatre.

Fremont

Hip and eclectic, Fremont is always a fun place to go. The sign that says "Welcome to the Center of the Universe" is the first clue that you've arrived. Oddities like the Freemont Troll, a smoking rocket and a bronzed Vladimir Lenin statue will leave you laughing while the Saturday gallery walks and the Fremont Sunday Flea Market will have you browsing. Say hello to the group waiting for a bus, but don't expect an answer—they're life-sized statues, often dressed in celebration of someone's birthday or another grand event. The Fremont Oktoberfest is also held here each year.

Madison Park

Quaint shops, restaurants and cafes fill this upper-crust neighborhood on the shores of Lake Washington. Everyone seems to know each other at restaurants like Madison Park Café, and everyone appears to be going someplace important. Walk down the street to the Madison Park & Beach, take in the beautiful view of the Eastside, and dream about owning a waterfront villa. The Museum of History and Industry can also be found in Madison Park.

International District

Pungent aromas and delectable dishes emit from restaurants like Bush Garden and Sea Garden in this primarily Asian neighborhood. Specialty shops filled with unusual treasures line the streets. The district is home to the inner-city oasis Hing Hay Park, complete with a pagoda and the Wing Luke Asian Museum.

Kirkland

Across Lake Washington from Seattle lies the "Monterey of the Northwest," so called for its posh art galleries, boutiques, restaurants and waterfront. The Kirkland Performance Center and the Kirkland Parkplace Cinema 6 can both be found here. The waterfront Yarrow Bay Grill is a popular stop for fashionable lunches and dinners. While close to the city, Kirkland manages to maintain its small-town atmosphere, which adds to its appeal.

Pike Place Market

Pike Place Market is the heart of Seattle and the number one tourist site in the area, attracting frenzied crowds of visitors and locals. The oldest continually operating farmer's market in the country, Pike Place features fresh fish, fruits and vegetables, and arts and crafts as far as the eye can see. Abundant restaurants include Maximilien in the Market. Shops offer goods from around the world. Bring some change as there are always street musicians singing for their supper.

Pioneer Square

This is Seattle's oldest neighborhood and the place where the term "Skid Row" originated. Lumberjacks skidded logs down "Skid Road," now Yesler Street, to a mill at the bottom of the hill. Saloons and brothels lined the street, and the term soon took on its derogatory connotation locally and nationwide. The Underground Tour explores the now subterranean storefronts of the original neighborhood. Today the neighborhood is filled with art galleries, small shops, bookstores, including Elliott Bay Book Co., and restaurants like the elegant Il Terrazzo Carmine. At night the square comes to life. Popular nightspots include Central Saloon, one of Seattle's oldest bars. Many clubs feature live music, and a group of bars and clubs in the area offers admittance to each for a single cover charge.

Queen Anne Hill

A combination of a quiet hilltop neighborhood and a young trendy hot spot, Queen Anne has popular restaurants like Peso's Taco Lounge as well as coffee shops and nightspots like the trendy Tini Bigs. The view of the city from the west slope is incredible, especially from Kerry Park, which offers Seattle's most photographed view.

Redmond

Thriving due to corporate residents like Microsoft and Nintendo, Redmond has an unlikely yet appealing combination of countryside and technology. The software industry brings money here and with it good shopping at Redmond Town Center. Cyclists appreciate the velodrome at Marymoor Park and the Lake Sammamish State Park Trail (for those of us too slow for the velodrome).

Seattle Center

Part amusement park, part festival grounds, the center hosts The Bite of Seattle, Bumbershoot and many other popular festivals. Permanent fixtures of this 74-acre park include the Seattle Opera, Intiman Theater, Paul Allen's Experience Music Project/Science Fiction Museum & Hall of Fame, the Pacific Science Center and the Space Needle.

University District

This area is home to the University of Washington, known to locals as "U-Dub." The park-like 700-acre campus is perfect for a midday stroll. Boats filled with die-hard Husky fans fight for space around the waterfront stadium on game days. Low-priced restaurants and pubs like Flowers line the "Ave" (University Avenue), and stylish young people fill the streets. The University Bookstore anchors a thriving shopping scene.

Waterfront

Elliott Bay, part of Puget Sound, laps against Seattle's Waterfront. On summer days, visitors pack the area to enjoy the fresh air, quaint shops and many seafood restaurants, which include Elliott's Oyster House, Anthony's Pier 66, Fisherman's Restaurant and Ivar's. Catch a ferry to Bremerton or Bainbridge Island, or take a water tour to Blake Island's Tillicum Village for a salmon dinner and Native American dance show.

  • Spirit of Puget Sound Cruises

    2819 Elliott Avenue Seattle, WA 98121 United States - Phone: +1 206 443 1442
    Enjoy lunch or dinner on a narrated cruise around beautiful Elliott Bay. Dress up a bit for dinner and enjoy a romantic evening on the water while the friendly staff serves you a delicious meal. Afterward dance to a live band or gaze across the moonlit water. Cruises welcome groups and parties. Dinner consists of a salad, choice of entree (generally salmon, chicken, ham or roast beef), side dish and dessert. Lunch cruises leave at noon, dinner cruises at 7p. Call for more details.
  • Underground Tour

    608 First Avenue Seattle, WA 98104 United States - Phone: +1 206 682 4646
    Pioneer Square is Seattle's oldest neighborhood, and it wasn't always a pleasant place to visit. The Underground Tour takes visitors around Pioneer Square above ground and also to a hidden Seattle that now lies underground. About 25 square blocks of Pioneer Square have hollow spaces under the sidewalks, thanks to peculiarities of the reconstruction after the great Seattle fire of 1889.
  • Space Needle

    400 Broad Street Seattle, WA 98109 United States - Phone: +1 206 905 2100
    Built for the 1962 World Expo, the Space Needle's distinctive structure, rising over 600 feet (182.88 meters) has since become Seattle's most famous landmark. Come take in the 360-degree view of mountains, Elliott Bay and all of Seattle's diverse neighborhoods. Stock up on Seattle souvenirs at the ground level gift shop, Space Base. Dine at the SkyCity rotating restaurant, where every seat has a view. Then continue upward to the observation deck, at the spectacular height of 520 feet (158.49 meters), which remains open all week, between 8a and 12a. Also on site is the hi-tech Sky Q which encompasses several impressive kiosks outfitted with high-definition cameras and screens.
  • Seattle Aquarium

    1483 Alaskan Way Seattle, WA 98101 United States - Phone: +1 206 386 4300
    Located on the waterfront, next to the Omnidome, this aquarium features exotic fishes, sea mammals and other ocean life. See the sea lions, harbor seals, incredibly cute sea otters and even come face to face with a shark. New exhibits are added often along with, special events and outings.
  • Woodland Park Zoo

    601 North 59th Street Seattle, WA 98103 United States - Phone: +1 206 548 2500
    Woodland Park Zoo is an award-winning zoo and a must to visit. Only minutes from busy downtown, the zoo let's you step into an African savannah, an Asian elephant habitat and a tropical rain forest. The zoo also brings special exhibits, which have included monitor dragons, butterflies and other bugs and beasts. Bring a picnic to enjoy on the green lawns of Woodland Park, which surrounds the zoo. You also won't want to miss the nearby Rose Garden.
  • Columbia Winery

    14030 North East 145th Street Woodinville, WA 98072 United States - Phone: +1 425 482 7490 / +1 425 488 2776
    Started in 1962 and moved to its current Woodinville location in 1989, Columbia Winery is not just the state's oldest winery, but it is the oldest premium winery. About 40 minutes from downtown Seattle, the winery is now a Northwest landmark. Tour the magnificent house and see how wine is pressed and aged, then move on to the wine-tasting bar, the state's largest. The winery also has facilities to accommodate up to 240 guests for receptions of all kinds.
  • Seattle Center Monorail

    370 Thomas Street Seattle, WA 98109 United States - Phone: +1 206 905 2620 / +1 206 905 2600
    The Seattle Center Monorail is the first full scale commercial monorail in the United States. Like the Space Needle, this train is a remnant of the 1962 World's Fair. Riding above ground, it takes passengers on a two-minute ride between two terminals: Westlake Center downtown and Seattle Center. Although short, the trip has nice views of Elliott Bay, downtown and the Capitol Hill area.
  • Maritime Pacific Brewing Company and the Jolly Roger Taproom

    1514 North West Leary Way Seattle, WA 98107 United States - Phone: +1 206 782 6181
    Established in 1990, this small family-owned micro-brew business produces a number of local favorites including Flagship Red Ale, Clipper Gold Hefeweizen and Islander Pale Ale. Try these beers and others in Maritime Pacific Brewing Company's Jolly Roger Taproom, which also serves a light menu. Call ahead to arrange a tour of the brewing operation. Tours are informal and offer a good look into the inner workings of a micro-brew operation. A small gift shop sells souvenir shirts, hats and trinkets. You can also order kegs to go.
  • Redhook Ale Brewery

    14300 North East 145th Street Woodinville, WA 98072 United States - Phone: +1 425 483 3232
    Microbrew fans say Redhook Ale Brewery is the place that put Seattle on the beer map. The company outgrew its original Seattle brewery, a converted trolley house and moved to Woodinville in 1994. Brewery tours, include samples of three or four ales. Then, have a pint with lunch at The Forecasters Pub. Minors are welcome on the tour and in the pub until live music begins.
  • Silver Lake Winery

    15029 Woodinville Redmond Road Woodinville, WA 98072 United States - Phone: +1 425 485 2437
    Located about 40 minutes northeast of downtown Seattle, Silver Lake Winery's lovely Woodinville property is home to several wineries and breweries. Take in the peaceful and refreshing views of thick evergreens as you sample wine in the tasting room. Try reds, whites and a sparkling Brut produced by a traditional French method. Also, taste the popular Spire Mountain hard pear and apple ciders. The facility can also accommodate receptions and banquets for 20-150 guests indoors, or up to 300 people in the outdoor courtyard.
  • Washington Wine Center

    1000 Second Avenue Seattle, WA 98104 United States - Phone: +1 206 667 9463
    Thanks to a Washington climate similar to that of France and thanks to the devotion of Washington vintners, a few of the state's wineries are producing world-class wines. If you are interested in visiting Washington state vineyards or want information about touring the wine country, make Washington Wine Center office your first stop. The helpful staff at the center can provide all the information you need about Northwest wines and wineries and they can answer any questions. Call for event information.
  • Future of Flight Aviation Center & Boeing Tour

    8415 Paine Field Boulevard Mukilteo, WA 98204 United States - Phone: +1 360 756 0086 / +1 800 464 1476
    If you are fascinated by airplanes, then take this tour of the Boeing Everett factory. Housing the Boeing flight line, the building measures 472,000,000 cubic feet. See airplanes in various stages of manufacture. Follow the mighty 747 from start to completion. Tours are conducted in English and last one hour. Photos and video cameras are not permitted. Children under four feet, two inches tall (127 centimeter) are not allowed on the tour.
  • Cougar Mountain Zoological Park

    19525 South East 54th Street Issaquah, WA 98027 United States - Phone: +1 425 391 5508
    Operated by the Washington Zoological Society, Cougar Mountain Zoological Park is dedicated to the care of threatened and endangered species. You will find many unique creatures here, including the Formosa Sika, the Red-ruffed Lemur and the Hawaiian Nene Goose. You'll see the Cougar, after which the zoo is named. Lectures, outreach programs and camps all occur outside regular hours. Call or check website for details.
  • Klondike Gold Rush - National Historical Park

    319 Second Avenue South Seattle, WA 98104 United States - Phone: +1 206 220 4240
    When gold was discovered in the Alaskan Klondike, thousands of miners tramped through Seattle on their way to seek their fortunes. Some stayed and made fortunes in other ways including John W. Nordstrom, the founder of Nordstrom department stores. Seattle played a big role in the Gold Rush of 1898, and Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park tells the story. Located in historic Pioneer Square, the museum depicts the Gold Rush and the impact it had on the fledgling city. Admission is free, but donations are welcome.
  • The Whale Museum

    62 First Street North Friday Harbor, WA 98250 United States - Phone: +1 360 378 4710
    Opened to increase the publics appreciation and understanding of marine life, especially the orca, The Whale Museum is the only museum in the world dedicated to whales living in the wild. Tour the gallery of whales and then go whale watching by boat. The Whale Discovery Lab offers hands-on fun and education for school groups and others. Guided and unguided tours for groups of 10 and more are also conducted.
  • Pike Place Market

    85 Pike Street Seattle, WA 98101 United States - Phone: +1 206 682 7453
    One of Seattle's most famous landmarks, Pike Place Market is the oldest continuously working public market in the country. Shop for fresh vegetables and fruits here or stop by Pike Place Fish to see fish fly. The market has numerous shops, including a health food and herb store, craft stores and flower stands. Stop by Sur la Table, where you'll find tools with which you can prepare your recently purchased ingredients. Don't forget to pick up fresh-baked pastries for dessert and stop at one of the restaurants for lunch or grab an authentic Seattle latte before heading home.
  • Bainbridge Island

    590 Winslow Way East Bainbridge Island, WA 98110 United States - Phone: +1 206 842 3700
    For a relaxing day trip, take the ferry to nearby Bainbridge Island. The ride takes half an hour and during the trip you can enjoy fresh air and spectacular views of the Seattle skyline. Pick up maps and information at the island's tourist center, which is only a few steps from the pier on Bainbridge. Then take the easy walk into town and visit quaint shops, cafes, restaurants and the Bainbridge Island Winery. You can also take a nice stroll along the waterfront.
  • Snoqualmie Falls

    6501 Railroad Avenue Southeast Snoqualmie, WA 98024 United States - Phone: +1 360 421 5849
    Located 30 miles (48.28 kilometers) east of Seattle, Snoqualmie Falls is one of the state's top natural attractions. Although more than 100 feet (30.48 meters) taller than Niagara Falls, Snoqualmie Falls is far less famous. Located in the beautiful foothills of the Cascade Mountains, this dramatic torrent of water drops 268 feet (81.68 meters). At the crest you will find Salish Lodge, where you can get good food or stay the night. This is where the TV series Twin Peaks was filmed. The lodge lights the falls at night.
  • Downstream River Runners Inc.

    13414 Chain Lake Road Monroe, WA 98272 United States - Phone: +1 360 805 9899
    You do not have to go deep into the wilderness to take a wild ride on the river. Nor do you need to be an expert. This company specializes in river rafting tours from "mild to wild" on rivers close to Seattle. Take single—or multiple-day trips. Experienced guides take novice to expert rafters on skill-appropriate rivers, and your only responsibility is to have fun. This state-licensed and insured group supplies wet suits, a bus shuttle and lunch. Rates range from less than USD100 for a one-day trip to several hundred for longer trips.
  • Seward Park

    5902 Lake Washington Boulevard South Seattle, WA 98118 United States - Phone: +1 206 684 4396
    This lovely park has been preserved in its natural state, and it has changed very little in the past 100 years. Sitting right on the shores of Lake Washington, this is one of the most beautiful parks in Seattle. Free parking is available. Usage and therefore crowds are lower here than in other Seattle parks. You will feel like you are out in the country rather than in the middle of a bustling city. Enjoy bicycling and walking, and enjoy the trees, birds and small animals that live here.
  • Mount Baker Park

    2521 Lake Park Drive South Seattle, WA 98144 United States - Phone: +1 206 684 4075
    One of several parks along Lake Washington Boulevard, this is a popular retreat for city dwellers. It has waterfront and beach access. Lifeguards are on duty during the summer months for those willing to brave the chilly waters. Take a walk along the footpath to the pagoda monument, a gift to the city of Seattle from Kobe, Japan in 1911. There is also a playground, picnic tables and Baker's Beach Cafe to grab a bite.
  • Luther Burbank Park

    2040 84th Avenue Southeast Mercer Island, WA 98040 United States - Phone: +1 206 236 3545
    Named for the great naturalist Luther Burbank, this park has trees and vegetation from all over the world. Located on Mercer Island in Lake Washington between Seattle and the Eastside, this island is highly accessible and only minutes from downtown. The park is the administrative headquarters for King County Parks. Park amenities include tennis courts, picnic grounds and a swimming beach with seasonal lifeguards. There is an off-leash area for dogs, and a marsh with red winged blackbirds, marsh wrens, even eagles and osprey. Free parking is available in lot.
  • Gene Coulon Memorial Beach Park

    1201 Lake Washington Boulevard North Renton, WA 98056 United States - Phone: +1 425 430 6600
    This popular park draws thousands of visitors every year to its beach, picnic area with tables, tennis courts and green areas for games and lounging. If you forget food, you can feast on fish-and-chips from Ivar's Seafood Bar. Or if you are more of a carnivore, try Kidd Valley where you can get big, sloppy burgers. To escape the crowds and developed areas, take a stroll along the quieter boardwalk where signs give information about local birds and vegetation. During the summer, come here for free concerts on Wednesday nights. This place opens daily from 7a.
  • Seattle Chinatown-International District

    South King Street Seattle, WA 98104 United States - Phone: +1 206 461 5800(Tourist Information)
    You could be forgiven for forgetting you are in Seattle while walking through the Seattle Chinatown-International District. Brimming over with Japanese, Chinese, Vietnamese, Burmese and Laotian Americans, this district feels like South East Asia. This area boasts a diverse range of eating options and nightlife. Chinese New Year is the biggest event in this area and is awaited by everyone!
  • Olympic National Park

    600 East Park Avenue Port Angeles, WA 98362-6798 United States - Phone: +1 360 565 3130 / +1 800 833 6388(Tourist Information)
    This park encompasses mountains and the sea, with temperate rain forests and largely undisturbed ecosystems. The park is 95-percent wilderness, with old-growth forests and untouched land. There are few roads or services, and accommodations are mostly limited to campsites with fireplaces and rest rooms, but walking the trails is well worth the effort. There are many great trails for the experienced backpacker. Other fees may apply for parking and wilderness areas.
  • Seattle Center - Visitor Information

    305 Harrison Street Seattle, WA 98109 United States - Phone: +1 206 684 7200
    Seattle Center is one of the city's primary attractions, and since thousands of visitors come to enjoy all it has to offer, Seattle Center - Visitor Information was set up here to answer questions and supply information about the park, the buildings it houses and the events that take place here. You can also pick up maps and brochures on Seattle and adjacent areas, as well as get answers to your questions.
  • Washington State Visitor Information - SeaTac International Airport

    2580 South 156th Street SeaTac, WA 98188 United States - Phone: +1 206 433 5218
    Washington State Visitor Information at SeaTac International Airport is accessible to travelers as soon as they get off the plane and claim their luggage. Located right in the baggage claim area, the center offers essential information about the city, including hotel and restaurant information. The information booth offers a wide selection of brochures and maps, and the staff happily answers questions and offers advice on where to stay and what to do.
  • Ride the Ducks of Seattle

    516 Broad Street Seattle, WA 98109 United States - Phone: +1 206 441 3825
    Tour Seattle on a refurbished World War II amphibious landing craft. The 90-minute tour includes such attractions as the Pike Place Market and Pioneer Square. Then this strange vehicle plunges into Lake Union. The tour cruises past many houseboats and other lake sights. Tickets can be purchased between the base of the Space Needle and the Monorail Terminal at Seattle Center. Tours leave every hour during the summer, less frequently in the off season.
  • Kenmore Air Seaplanes

    6321 Northeast 175th Street Kenmore, WA 98028 United States - Phone: +1 425 486 1257
    Seaplanes are a fun alternative to the area's excellent ferry system. Kenmore Air Seaplanes is one of the largest seaplane travel companies in the area. Fly to any of three locations in the San Juan Islands in about an hour. Trips are scheduled three times daily. The company also flies to Victoria, BC. Day trips and overnight packages are available. So come along to soar high!
  • Gray Line Of Seattle

    4500 West Marginal Way Southwest Seattle, WA 98106 United States - Phone: +1 206 624 5077
    Gray Line Of Seattle is a full-service company, offering tours of various durations. Travel is by luxury bus, and you can choose something as simple as a city tour or take a trip of several days to a variety of interesting places. Tours include Mount St. Helens, a 10-hour trip to Mount Rainier, the Olympic Peninsula, a 13-hour trip through the San Juan Islands, and British Columbia. Package tours include lodging, and some may include meals.
  • Moss Bay Rowing & Kayak Center

    1001 Fairview Avenue North Seattle, WA 98109 United States - Phone: +1 206 682 2031
    With so much water around, it is natural that boating is popular in Seattle. Rent a kayak at Moss Bay Rowing & Kayak Center and paddle along Seattle's shores and canals. Also rent for the day, the weekend or the week. Rental prices include everything you need except shorts and sunscreen. Novices can sign up for lessons, and the company also offers kayak trips to the San Juans and other places.
  • Alki Beach Park

    1702 Alki Avenue Southwest Seattle, WA 98116 United States - Phone: +1 206 684 4075
    This two-and-a-half-mile strip of sandy beach is one of the most popular beaches in the area, and it was also where Seattle's first non-Native American settlers spent their first winter. In warm weather, Alki Beach is crowded with sunbathers, swimmers and families. For athletic types, there are volleyball games. The beach is also lined with a path, great for walking, jogging, biking and skating. Across the street there are several cafes and restaurants where you can stop in for a bite after a day in the sea air.
  • Discovery Park

    3801 Discovery Park Boulevard Seattle, WA 98199 United States - Phone: +1 206 386 4236
    Although Discovery Park has a beach, it is not a prime spot for sunbathing or swimming as the water's a little cold and the beach a little rocky. Most visitors hike the miles of trails, which offer great bird-watching opportunities. One of the trails extends to Puget Sound, and after a lengthy downhill walk, you will find tide pools and a lighthouse.
  • Gas Works Park

    2101 North Northlake Way Seattle, WA 98103 United States - Phone: +1 206 684 4075 / +1 206 233 1509
    Gas Works Park is an example of urban renewal at its best. Take an old gas-processing plant that has outlived its usefulness, and transform it into something everyone can enjoy. Located on the north shore of Lake Union, the park has excellent water views and a spectacular, unobstructed view of the city skyline. It is a popular spot for concerts, bikers, kite flyers, families on picnics and just about everyone else. This is also a prime spot from which to view the fireworks on the Fourth of July.
  • Classic Helicopter Corp.

    6505 Perimeter Road Seattle, WA 98108 United States - Phone: +1 206 767 0515
    If you're looking for a unique way to tour the Seattle area, try a helicopter trip. Classic Helicopter Corp. offers standard and personalized helicopter tours. A 30-minute downtown Seattle tour costs USD312.50 for up to four passengers. Or decide what you want to see, and the company will provide the helicopter and the pilot/guide for USD625 per hour. Either way, you get spectacular airborne views of the city, mountains and waterways. Tours depart from Boeing Field in Seattle. The company also sells and services helicopters.
  • Washington State Ferry

    2901 3rd Avenue Seattle, WA 98121 United States - Phone: +1 206 464 6400
    In an area surrounded by water, travel by boat makes sense. Washington State Ferry is the largest ferry system in the United States, serving nearly 18 million commuters and visitors a year. Eight routes service 20 terminals, including the downtown Seattle ferry docks at Piers 50 and 52, Fauntleroy Dock in West Seattle, Bainbridge Island, Vashon Island, Bremerton and others. Operating 365 days a year, the ferries allow passengers to experience the magnificent Puget Sound scenery. The schedule changes seasonally and varies by day of the week, with adjusted schedules on holidays.
  • Victoria Clipper

    2701 Alaskan Way Seattle, WA 98121 United States - Phone: +1 206 448 5000 / +1 206 443 2560
    Victoria Clipper offers year-round high-speed passenger service to Victoria, British Columbia. The ships leave from Seattle in the morning for the 2.5-hour voyage through lovely Puget Sound to Victoria. Fares include a light breakfast, and the ships also sell drinks, snacks and souvenirs. June through mid-September, the company also operates ferry service to the San Juan Islands and other destinations. Overnight packages can be arranged. Schedules and prices vary.
  • Golden Gardens Park

    8499 Seaview Place Northwest Seattle, WA 98117 United States - Phone: +1 206 684 4075
    Walk, stroll or simply sit at this beautiful beach overlooking Shilshole Bay in North Seattle. It is a great place to watch the sunset or frolic in the water. During the day, families and couples walk their dogs or play volleyball, basketball or Frisbee on the sandy beach. On cooler evenings, bonfires can be lit in park-owned concrete pits. The park is conveniently located near some fabulous waterfront restaurants like Anthony's Pier 66 and Ray's Boathouse. Park permits are also available for company and family picnics.
  • Green Lake Park

    7201 East Greenlake Drive North Seattle, WA 98103 United States - Phone: +1 206 684 4075
    This artificial lake is home to a variety of geese, ducks and other wildlife. It is also popular with swimmers, runners, crew teams and cyclists. One lap around the lake is a mere 2.8 miles, and you can rent in-line skates or beach cruisers at nearby Gregg's Greenlake Cycle. Rowboats and paddle-boats can also be rented during the spring and summer months. Dogs are most welcome, as long as owners clean up after them. The park is conveniently located in one of North Seattle's quiet neighborhoods with great restaurants, cafes and supermarkets nearby.
  • Washington Park Arboretum

    2300 Arboretum Drive East Seattle, WA 98112 United States - Phone: +1 206 543 8800
    This 200-acre (80.93 hectare) park is a must-see for every Seattle visitor with even an hour of free time. With its lush green spaces, its breathtaking Japanese Garden (open 10a daily), and its abundance of rare trees, plants and flowers (more than 40,000 species), it is one of the brightest jewels in the Emerald City. Scenic and aptly named Azalea Way cuts a path through the park. The Graham Visitor's Center can be rented for social events, meetings and seminars for 45-75 guests. Rates include kitchen and audio-visual equipment. Call or visit the web site for detailed information and hours.
  • Saint Mark's Episcopal Cathedral

    1245 Tenth Avenue East Seattle, WA 98102 United States - Phone: +1 206 323 0300
    To visit Saint Mark's Episcopal Cathedral, you need not necessarily be a religious person. You just need to come with an open mind and reflect on the messages of joy and togetherness, that the church spreads. Events are a regular feature here like Baseball with the Bishops, Summer Movie Series, Ghana Pilgrimage, Garden Work Party and Family Service Project among a few. Through all these events, families come together fulfilling the church's mission. You can also buy small mementos at the local shop located on the campus of the church.
  • Mount Zion Baptist Church

    1634 19th Avenue Seattle, WA 98122 United States - Phone: +1 206 322 6500
    Mount Zion Baptist Church boasts as one of the largest congregations in the city. With a capacity for more than 1,000 people, the church overflows each week with the faithfuls. The about 100-member strong choir has several critically acclaimed recordings to its credit. If you're looking for something to do on a weekend morning, feel free to drop in.
  • Kubota Gardens

    9817 55th Avenue South Seattle, WA 98118 United States - Phone: +1 206 725 5060

    If one were to speculate the least likely thing to appear at the corner of South 55th and Renton avenues, Japanese gardens may be one thing that comes to mind. Nevertheless, these splendid acres of lush greenery, feeding ponds and footbridges painted bright red with gold accents provide a beautiful escape. Fujito Kubota, a master gardener and landscaper, gave the park to the city of Seattle in 1987. Admission is free.

  • Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge

    100 Brown Farm Road Olympia, WA 98516-2302 United States - Phone: +1 360 753 9467
    About an hour and a half from Seattle, this 3,000-acre (1214-hectare) wildlife refuge plays host to an incredible number of birds, mammals, reptiles, amphibians and fish, about 100 species in all. There are 7 miles (11.2 kilometers) of open trails, a fishing area, a new wheelchair-accessible boardwalk, and a visitor's center. A dike separates salt water from freshwater, so you can view a variety of habitats. In autumn, the bird population swells as migratory birds stop off to eat and rest before continuing south.
  • Waterfront Streetcar

    Alaskan Way and Broad Street Seattle, WA 98121 United States - Phone: +1 206 553 3000
    A fun way to explore Seattle's waterfront, this small team of Australian streetcars, built circa 1927, provides an old-fashioned travel experience. Part of the Metro Transit system, the streetcars start in the International District, make stops in Pioneer Square and continue along the piers to Myrtle Edwards Park. Fares are USD1.50 for adults in peak hours, USD1.25 non-peak. Use exact change. The Metro Ride Free Area does not apply to the streetcar.
  • Rhododendron Species Foundation Botanical Gardens

    2525 South 336th Street Federal Way, WA 98003 United States - Phone: +1 253 838 4646
    Located just south of Seattle in Federal Way, Rhododendron Species Foundation Botanical Gardens devoted to rhododendrons and azaleas is a must for flower lovers. The garden features over 450 species from four continents. Flowers in a range of colors intermingle in a forest of conifers, deciduous trees, ferns and heather. The gardens also include a gift shop and plant sales pavilion.
  • Puyallup Fairgrounds

    110 9th Avenue Southwest Puyallup, WA 98371 United States - Phone: +1 253 841 5045 / +1 253 845 1771
    Located about 40 minutes south of Seattle, Puyallup Fairgrounds is a 160-acre hub of activity. Along with the annual Puyallup Fair and Spring Fair, the buildings and arenas here host horse shows, car shows, dog shows, antique shows, a Victorian Country Christmas celebration, RV shows, a variety of home and garden events, plus private parties, company events and weddings.
  • Chinatown Discovery

    719 South King Street Seattle, WA 98104 United States - Phone: +1 206 623 5124
    This Chinatown Discovery tour of the International District combines history, education and fun as you learn about Chinese traditions and their incorporation into Seattle life. You will visit an Asian museum, see traditional Asian markets and historical sites, and even learn how Chinese fortune cookies and noodles are made. The tours include a sit-down presentation then a leisurely guided walking tour.
  • Waterways Cruises

    2441 North Northlake Way Seattle, WA 98103 United States - Phone: +1 206 223 2060
    One of the largest cruise and event companies in the Northwest, this company has hosted over 2500 events and entertained over a quarter million guests aboard Seattle's newest luxury yachts. Enjoy outstanding cuisine and gracious service while cruising through spectacular natural settings. Services offered include lunch, brunch and dinner cruises. For larger parties, the company also has a modern waterfront event center that accommodates up to 200 guests. The company welcomes all types of events, from weddings to corporate functions. Call or check the website for prices and schedules. Book early for public cruises.
  • Chapel of Saint Ignatius

    901 12th Avenue Seattle, WA 98122 United States - Phone: +1 206 296 5587
    This Seattle University chapel is designed to be entered. It is very modern from without, and once inside you are cast into an otherworldly atmosphere of reflecting light, which filters down from above and mingles with the pool and the beeswax that is woven into the walls. The church also hosts an annual convention of over 40,000 people from diverse backgrounds, who gather to discuss theological matters.
  • Freeway Park

    700 Seneca Street Seattle, WA 98101 United States - Phone: +1 206 684 4075
    If the words "freeway" and "park" jar you when used together, then you've understood the point of this wonderful space. This urban concrete park is littered with green spaces, trees and a waterfall. It is a haven for businessmen who escape from the chaos of the day by finding tranquility here. It's also an ideal detour for those who are touring the city on foot. The only proviso is to avoid the park at night. As with any urban park, crime is a nocturnal danger.
  • Foster Island

    2700 24th Avenue East Seattle, WA 98112 United States - Phone: +1 206 543 8800
    If you need a break from visiting museums and shops (or from work) and would like to take in some of Seattle's famous natural scenery, head just north of the Arboretum to this unjustly neglected walk. Once a burial site for Union Bay Indians, it is now filled with marshes, a wide variety of plants and flowers, and all the wildlife that accompany them. This site is also ideal for picnics.
  • The Bellevue Botanical Garden

    12001 Main Street Bellevue, WA 98005 United States - Phone: +1 425 452 2750
    Bellevue is best known for its captains of industry and its many resident millionaires, but nestled in its heart, in Wilburton Hill Park, is this botanical treasure. The garden is really several gardens in one. The Yao Japanese Garden is a marvel of simplicity. The Alpine Garden features high-altitude plant life, and the Waterwise Garden is a more practical affair, offering numerous tips and suggestions to the amateur gardener. The gift shop sells books on plants, garden-related gifts and tools to help you succeed in your own gardening endeavors.
  • Temple de Hirsch Sinai

    1511 East Pike Street Seattle, WA 98122 United States - Phone: +1 206 323 8486
    Temple de Hirsch Sinai—a reform Jewish temple does a beautiful job of combining the past with the present, both secular and sacred. The concrete main building has a 1960s space-age look to it, but the parking lot is lined with fluted Hellenistic columns. The congregation is devout, but a good portion of the temple's funds go towards Jewish heritage and studies as well as religion. The library holds not only books and papers, but more than 500 films on all things Jewish. And anyone is welcome to come study and learn.
  • First United Methodist Church

    811 Fifth Avenue Seattle, WA 98104 United States - Phone: +1 206 622 7278
    Surrounded by the likes of the 76-story Columbia Tower, the classical dome of this church can seem lost in the cityscape. But the church remains a lovely, calm setting for concerts and literary events throughout the week. Take note of the beautiful stained glass windows that adorn the walls here.
  • St. Demetrios Greek Orthodox Church

    2100 Boyer Avenue East Seattle, WA 98112 United States - Phone: +1 206 631 2500
    Most of the year this church is attended only by the faithful, who carefully park their cars in the quiet Montlake neighborhood. But come October, the church's famous annual Greek festival takes over. For a long weekend, the wailing bouzouki music, stomping feet and sizzling lamb just don't let up. The crowds are nearly as impressive as the huge church itself, capped by an awe-inspiring, stained-glass-studded dome. Bring a sweater, some cash and get ready to clap your way through the endless hora dancing.
  • First Covenant Church

    400 East Pike Street Seattle, WA 98122 United States - Phone: +1 206 322 7411
    You can see the gilt-tipped dome of First Covenant Church from miles around, giving the Pike-Pine area a slightly Byzantine look. Since this is Capitol Hill, the church is less an authoritarian institution and more a venue that happily blends the sacred and the secular. The circular central space under the dome is often used for concerts, while the basement hosts all manner of events from parties to irreverent theater.
  • First Presbyterian Church

    1013 Eighth Avenue Seattle, WA 98104 United States - Phone: +1 206 624 0644
    Like the Plymouth Congregational Church, this is a modern downtown church eager to bring in the casual visitor. The rectangle-shaped box of a building usually sports a yellow and purple banner on its downtown-facing side, inviting all to stop in. If you do come by, you might be surprised to learn that this 1960s concrete thing is home to one of Seattle's oldest congregations, founded 130 years ago. The calm, welcoming building is open daily during the week to visitors.
  • Seattle Betsuin Buddhist Temple

    1427 South Main Street Seattle, WA 98144 United States - Phone: +1 206 329 0800
    Seattle Betsuin Buddhist Temple made of brick looks more like a school at first glance. But then you notice the curling roof corners and ornate doors. The interior is dark, elegant and calm. The church hosts a Buddhist festival, Bon Odori, every July, often around the same time as the International District's celebration of Japanese heritage. The peaceful park across the street has an enormous temple bell sheltered under a canopy and a larger-than-life-size statue of the founder of Jodo Shinsu Buddhism. Be well. Zen.
  • St. Spiridon Cathedral

    400 Yale Avenue North Seattle, WA 98109 United States - Phone: +1 206 624 5341
    Drivers on Interstate 5, just north of downtown, often wonder to what those blue onion domes belong. The Red Square resemblance isn't deceptive. St. Spiridon, a small white building surmounted by a cluster of gold-tipped domes, is indeed a Russian Orthodox church. It's fairly dark and intimate inside, and the incense provides instant transport to Byzantine lands. An annual fall bazaar offers a chance to eavesdrop on Russian tradition, snack on piroshky and browse books in Cyrillic.
  • Volunteer Park

    1247 15th Avenue East Seattle, WA 98112 United States - Phone: +1 206 684 4075
    Volunteer Park displays the Olmsted brothers' late-Victorian urban style of park design. Vistas of rolling lawns, carefully clumped shrubbery, tree-lined drives and carp ponds almost make you feel like you're strolling with top hat and cane in hand. The Kew Gardens-style glass conservatory, filled with humid tropical and arid desert environments, is free to all. At the southern end of the park stands a 75-foot brick water tower with a spiraling staircase and a 360-degree view of the Seattle area, from the Olympics to the Cascades. The view is a bit obstructed by the bars on the windows, but it's lovely in late afternoon sunlight. The park's name commemorates Seattleites who volunteered for the Spanish-American War. The park is also home to the Seattle Asian Art Museum.
  • Lakeview Cemetery

    1554 15th Avenue East Seattle, WA 98138 United States - Phone: +1 206 322 1582
    Lakeview Cemetery is probably the most spectacular graveyard in the city. There aren't too many trees to obstruct the view, just a few to shelter mourners. Many of Seattle's pioneers are buried here, including Princess Angeline, Dexter Horton, Doc Maynard and his wife, Catherine. Kung fu fans also flock to the graves of movie hero Bruce Lee and his son, actor Brandon Lee. Even if the dead do not intrigue you, this is to explore and pay your respects to the heroes who have gone on.
  • Lincoln Park

    8011 Fauntleroy Way Southwest Seattle, WA 98136 United States - Phone: +1 206 684 4075
    Hidden away in the southern reaches of West Seattle, Lincoln Park in many respects is the ultimate archetype of a Seattle park. Big but not too big, woodsy but not too densely forested, everything is just right. The beach is perfect for exploring, the meadows just right for Frisbee and the picnic areas nicely sheltered. And, Colman Pool—open only during summer- lets you experience the salty waters of Puget Sound without the icy temperatures. If that doesn't provide waves enough, walk out of the park to the south and hop the ferryboat for a scenic 15-minute ride over to Vashon Island.
  • Warren G. Magnuson Park

    7400 Sand Point Way North East Seattle, WA 98115 United States - Phone: +1 206 684 4946
    Named for Senator Magnuson, creative force behind the Pacific Science Center, Warren G. Magnuson Park is an unusual combination of scenery and science, consisting of windswept hills, a pleasant beach, a muddy dog run and a sculpture stroll. Most famous of these artworks is the Sound Garden, a hilltop collection of gently oscillating aluminum tubes that, when the wind passes over their mouths, hum hauntingly. Against the stark-mirrored walls of NOAA—National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, the whole setup feels vaguely futuristic. The place is open daily from 4am.
  • Matthews Beach Park

    9300 51st Avenue Northeast Seattle, WA 98115 United States - Phone: +1 206 684 4075
    Matthews Beach Park is something of an oasis. Well-laid-out with fruit trees, picnic benches and playgrounds, this is the kind of urban Eden that kids love. On summer weekends, the beach is full of families swimming and playing in the waters of Lake Washington. The Burke-Gilman bike trail zooms right by here, and the rolling lawns of this 22-acre park make a good stopping point for a waterfront lunch. There's also a wildlife refuge at the southern end of the park.
  • Schmitz Park

    5551 Southwest Admiral Way Seattle, WA 98116 United States - Phone: +1 206 684 4075
    Just a few blocks south from the beach blanket and ice cream shack mayhem of Alki Beach, Schmitz Park is a veritable time warp back to a Seattle before the European settlers came. Home to the only remaining stand of old-growth forest in the city, it's been left alone for wanderers to discover. Some of the cedars are 800 years old!
  • Frink Park

    398 Lake Washington Boulevard South Seattle, WA 98122 United States - Phone: +1 206 684 4075
    Originally designed by the Olmsted Brothers at the turn of the century for Model-T automobile owners, Frink Park is largely a woodsy ravine, beribboned with leisurely roads. Since the roads are quiet and the trails that wind through the forest even more so, they've become a favorite of joggers, cyclists and strollers. The park descends down the hill toward Lake Washington in tiers, with unexpected treats such as elegant stone bridges and rolling lawns. It ends at Leschi Park's tennis courts.
  • Madrona Park

    853 Lake Washington Boulevard Seattle, WA 98122 United States - Phone: +1 206 684 4075
    A narrow strip of lawn and trees along Lake Washington, Madrona Park is best known for its spectacular views of the Eastside and for its beach, where a city grant funded an elaborate play area with driftwood, a "stream" powered by a hand pump, and mosaic-embedded rocks. But, there's also the Spectrum Dance studio, a fishing dock and, across the boulevard, the steep ramble of the Madrona Woods, beloved of dirt-bikers and wanderers. Lounge on the beach's rolling lawn, get muddy in the woods or just enjoy the view.
  • Denny Park

    100 Dexter Avenue North Seattle, WA 98109 United States - Phone: +1 206 684 4075
    Denny Park has the double distinction of being both the city's first cemetery and its first park. Fortunately, when the city turned the cemetery into a park in 1884, it thoughtfully replaced the graves with rhododendrons and azaleas. The terrain is actually 60 feet lower than it once was, due to great Denny Regrade project, which began in 1889 and leveled some of the hills in the area. Still, the city kept the park, and today the parks department has its headquarters here.
  • Victor Steinbrueck Park

    2001 Western Avenue Seattle, WA 98121 United States - Phone: +1 206 684 4075
    Named for the mid-century Seattle architect and artist who fought to preserve the Pike Place Market, Victor Steinbrueck Park though being minuscule is loved. The grassy knoll provides a much needed rest and lunch spot for market visitors and workers. The view of Elliott Bay is fabulous. Steinbrueck's son, Peter, is now a member of the city council, and is fighting to preserve the park's views from a hotel developer who wants to block them. The Seattle tradition of liberal politics lives on.
  • Bloedel Reserve

    7571 Northeast Dolphin Drive Bainbridge Island, WA 98110 United States - Phone: +1 206 842 7631
    Formerly a timber baron's private home and gardens, Bloedel Reserve is now an exquisite 150-acre pastoral preserve. The French-influenced house has been turned into a visitor's center and wedding setting, but it's the ornamental gardens that you'll be lured by. Each garden has a different style. They include the reflecting pool, the Japanese Zen sand garden and teahouse, the moss garden, the azalea garden, the rhododendron hillside, and the forested and grassy wilderness areas. Reservations are a must especially during holidays. Sadly, no picnics are allowed on these beautiful grounds, so make sure you eat before you come.
  • Myrtle Edwards Park

    3130 Alaskan Way West Seattle, WA 98121 United States - Phone: +1 206 684 4075
    Technically, the northern half of this park is Elliott Bay Park, but the whole waterfront strip runs so seamlessly together that no one ever refers to it as anything but Myrtle Edwards. The park is a bit obscure but also pleasantly quiet, filled only with joggers and cyclists enjoying just over one mile of winding bike and pedestrian paths that run along Elliott Bay. The views over the bay are spectacular, especially at sunset and the white columns at the northern end lend an eerie industrial feel to the park.
  • Carkeek Park

    950 Northwest Carkeek Park Road Seattle, WA 98177 United States - Phone: +1 206 684 0877
    Way off in the residential northwest corner of Seattle, Carkeek Park is a strange bit of wilderness. Paths through the forest cut the park off from the city, then open onto a long meadow by babbling Piper's Creek. Marshland with wooden footbridges cuts the meadow off from the beach, but if you climb to the spacious children's play area, you can walk across the metal footbridge for spectacular views and access to a calm, splashing beach. Be careful because trains run though here loud and fast. The wind here is great for kite flying. The meadows are filled with picnic tables, and the winding trails on the woodsy hillside are often too enticing to resist.
  • Roanoke Park

    950 East Roanoke Street Seattle, WA 98102 United States - Phone: +1 206 684 4075
    Given its proximity to busy roads, Roanoke Park is expected to be anything but quiet. Au contraire, it is quiet. A grassy square with little more than a playground, a gentle slope and towering chestnut trees, it's a civilized corner of north Capitol Hill. Pick up a pizza at Pagliacci's up the hill on 10th, or eclairs at Le Fournil on Eastlake and flop down on the grass for the afternoon.
  • Marymoor Park

    6046 West Lake Sammamish Parkway Northeast Redmond, WA 98052 United States - Phone: +1 206 205 3661 / +1 360 733 2682
    Administered by King County, Marymoor Park really is a beautiful area of wilderness. The park is a huge expanse of overgrown fields, alder woods, marshes, and a bubbling river. The large dog run gets crowded on weekends. Head for the running trails, horse paths, tennis courts, velodrome and climbing wall. Take kids on the interpretive nature trail, or to the playgrounds, or to the community garden plots. The whole area can fill up with cars and people and still feel empty.
  • Viretta Park

    151 Lake Washington Boulevard East Seattle, WA 98127 United States - Phone: +1 206 684 4075
    One of Seattle's many obscure, postage-stamp-sized parks, Viretta Park has become a landmark of sorts in recent years, thanks to association with the late Kurt Cobain, who died in the shingled house to the north of the park. Fans leave flowers and other offerings on the park benches. And Howard Schultz of Starbucks built a controversial mansion south of the park. He landscaped part of the park itself, but under neighborhood pressure, he changed it back.
  • Fort Casey State Park

    South on Highway 20 Coupeville, WA 98239 United States - Phone: +1 360 678 5050
    Fort Casey rounds out a quartet of decommissioned forts built to guard against the threat of attack during the 1904 Russo-Japanese War. Eventually the forts became state parks. On a sunny day, the breeze blows off the water over the cliffs at the fort. Kids clamber over the gun emplacements, and teenagers explore the dark, empty bunkers. Grassy meadows are perfect for picnicking and kite flying, and trails lead down to the sandy beach. The fort's buildings are now dorms for a variety of kids' summer camps. It opens daily at 8a.
  • Hiram M. Chittenden Locks

    3015 Northwest 54th Street Seattle, WA 98107 United States - Phone: +1 206 783 7059
    The Hiram M. Chittenden Locks, locally known as the Ballard Locks, is a unique and historic location in Seattle.  Completed in 1917, this landmark connects the waters of Lake Washington, Lake Union and the Puget Sound.  Watching the boats navigate the locks is interesting enough, but the location also hosts an unusual fish ladder that connects salt and fresh water for the local migrating Pacific Salmon. The grounds feature a visitors center, as well as the Carl S. English, Jr., Botanical Gardens.
  • University of Washington

    1410 Northeast Campus Parkway Seattle, WA 98105 United States - Phone: +1 206 543 9686
    Founded in 1861, the University of Washington is one of the oldest in the country and is consistently ranked among the top universities in the world. The public research university has been a pioneering educational institution in the country and attracts not only the best students, but also some of best faculty from around the world. The university's well-manicured grounds are essentially the biggest park in the city. On a clear day, you can soak up views of Mount Rainier from Drumheller Fountain. Central Plaza or Red Square is the heart of the campus, where students flow in and out of Suzzallo Library and ordinary citizens head for the concerts and lectures at Meany and Kane Hall. The entire campus has a cohesive brick look, thanks to the university's insistence on making additions blend in.
  • Madison Park & Beach

    East Madison Street & East Howe Street Seattle, WA 98102 United States - Phone: +1 206 684 4075
    At the end of East Madison Street, just past the quaint boutiques and gourmet restaurants, Madison Park & Beach has a fishing dock, a diving dock, tons of sand, a bathhouse and towering retirement homes, which are built out over the water. In summer, only the hasty departure of the afternoon sun—the beach faces northeast and the aggressive Canada geese get in the way of a perfect day at the beach. Even the ice cream truck makes regular calls. This is a favorite spot of Madison Park families.
  • Howell Park and Beach

    1800 East Howell Place Seattle, WA 98122 United States - Phone: +1 206 684 4075
    Many small plots of unused land throughout Seattle are actually owned by the city. Waterfront wedges have become neighborhood secrets, where the locals go during summers to splash around. A few of these plots have been marked as parks. Howell Park requires a walk down a driveway and a dirt trail before you reach a grassy expanse and a rocky beach between fancy mansions. It's lovely in an austere way in winter. In summer, it's usually taken over by sunbathers and families who come with flotation toys in tow.
  • Waterfall Gardens

    219 Second Avenue South Seattle, WA 98104 United States - Phone: +1 206 624 6096
    There's not much grass at Waterfall Gardens, but that won't bother you for long. The dominant materials in this Pioneer Square park are wood, concrete and water. It's like stepping into a Zen water and rock garden. The splashing water drowns out traffic noise and soothes the soul, while the few plants stir gently in the breeze. Benches provide a welcome urban respite. There's a plaque on the outside wall commemorating, the birthplace of the United Parcel Service.
  • Parsons Gardens

    7th Avenue West and West Highland Drive Seattle, WA 98119 United States - Phone: +1 206 684 4081
    Formerly the family garden of Reginald H. Parsons, whose children donated the land to the city after his death, these lush, flowery gardens are secured by small gates and cloistered under protective trees. Weddings often take place at Parsons Gardens, providing a burst of extra beauty, but the gardens are most lovely in the blue light of a long summer dusk. Stroll under the trees and breathe in the flowers. The swank mansions along the drive add to the illusion of being on a country estate. Finally, step across the street to Marshall Viewpoint for the view across Elliott Bay to the Olympics. The Highland Drive carriage drive, now an elegant vista road lined with lampposts, winds away to the north.
  • Woodland Park Rose Garden

    700 North 50th Street Seattle, WA 98103 United States - Phone: +1 206 233 7272
    No, this isn't the zoo, although the zoo is indeed smack in the middle of this park, which lives up to its name—Woodland Park Rose Garden with 188 acres of towering deciduous forest and rolling lawns. It also offers tennis courts, playfields and picnic areas on its east side near Green Lake, and shrubbery-shrouded meadows on its west side on Phinney Avenue North. In the center, by one of the zoo entrances, is the park's beloved rose garden. The high-walled space is crammed with dozens of different hybrids, tea roses and climbers.
  • University of Washington Medicinal Herb Garden

    Okanogan Place Seattle, WA 98195 United States - Phone: +1 206 543 1126
    One of the University's best-kept secrets, University of Washington Medicinal Herb Garden garden nurtures some 600 species of plants and herbs reputed to have medicinal uses. University botanists and herbalists tend the plants, but anyone can visit, and May through October the garden even has free noon tours. Everything is well-labeled with the plants divided into seven growing "rooms," some formal, some naturalistic. Even if you can't tell echinacea from comfrey, stop by and be rejuvenated by a stroll.
  • Pacific Rim Bonsai Collection

    33663 Weyerhaeuser Way Federal Way, WA 98003 United States - Phone: +1 253 924 5206
    The corporate headquarters of Weyerhaeuser, the largest timber company in America, devotes a chunk of its property to two public gardens—a rhododendron display and this bonsai collection. The tiny, gnarled trees are fantastic both in shape and age. Some are as much as 1,000 years old. Most are little pines, but there are some deciduous trees as well, and several are arranged in charming miniature landscapes. Bonsai masters give occasional weekend lectures and classes. Tours are also offered every Sunday at noon.
  • Chism Beach Park

    1175 96th Avenue Southeast Bellevue, WA 98004 United States - Phone: +1 425 455 6881
    On the tumbling slopes of one of Bellevue's older residential neighborhoods, Chism Beach Park combines a lake beach with winding roads and hilly trails. The beach is the focus, with plenty of space for parking, picnics, sand castle building and diving into the water. The leisurely drive through the upper reaches of the park is pleasant, too, with occasional sudden lake views and quiet hiking trails. You'd never know you were five minutes from downtown Bellevue.
  • Fisherman's Terminal

    3919 18th Avenue West Seattle, WA 98199 United States - Phone: +1 206 728 3395
    At more than 80 years old, Fisherman's Terminal is still home to the North Pacific fishing fleet. Buy fresh fish in bulk straight off the boats, at bargain prices. Tourists unwilling to commit to an entire tuna dine at the nearby restaurants, which offer everything from fish-and-chips to sushi. Near Chinook's, a bronze pillar decorated with sea fauna memorializes the local fishermen lost at sea in the 20th century.
  • Seattle Center

    305 Harrison Street Seattle, WA 98109 United States - Phone: +1 206 684 7200
    Built for the 1962 World's Fair, then turned into a privately owned city park, the Seattle Center is still Seattle's chief gathering place. Fountains, museums, theaters and amusement arcades punctuate sweeping lawns and tree-lined walkways. Three times a year, in May, July and September, people swarm the grounds for the Folklife, Bite of Seattle and Bumbershoot festivals. The grounds contain the Experience Music Project, the Space Needle, one end of the Monorail, the Seattle Children's Theater and the Pacific Science Center. All 87-acres of the Seattle Center is buzzing with activity and why not? More than 5,000 free performances are held in various cultural festivals to concerts all through the year especially summer. Every museum and theatre stage comes alive including the eight fountains. So be a part of the food, fun and partying!
  • Smith Tower

    506 Second Avenue Seattle, WA 98104 United States - Phone: +1 206 622 4004
    When it was built in 1914, this 42-story downtown tower was the tallest building west of the Mississippi. In 1962, the 605-foot Space Needle outreached it, and for many years afterwards, the Seattle skyline was bracketed by these two spires. Today Smith Tower, with its many windows and ornate pyramid top, is still a beloved Seattle edifice. Anybody can waltz in to take an old-fashioned ride in one of the eight brass-caged, manually operated elevators. The 35th floor observation deck has lovely views.
  • Pioneer Square

    Pioneer Square Seattle, WA 98108 United States - Phone: +1 866 732 2695(Tourist Information)
    Here, where the streets of downtown's business district angle down around Elliott Bay to the south, are the flatlands where Seattle was first built. Nightclubs, art galleries, tourist shops, design firms and restaurants dominate Pioneer Square. The area's First Thursday arts walk draws huge crowds to the studios, galleries and street performers, and the nightclubs keep the neighborhood buzzing with activity till wee hours of morn'. The kitschy Underground Tour explaining Seattle's early history is a perennial tourist favorite, as is the more sober Klondike Gold Rush Museum, which details the Yukon gold fever that made Seattle richer. Yesler Way, which slices the neighborhood in half, has a footnote in history as the original "skid row". There are also several small parks in the area, including the quiet Waterfall Park, the shady cobblestones of Occidental Park, and the totem-pole decorated triangle at First and Yesler, Pioneer Place Park. The neighborhood also marks the popular shopping destination of the city, famous for all kinds of knickknacks such as tapestries, rare artworks, books and what-nots!
  • Seattle Waterfront

    Alaskan Way Seattle, WA 98101 United States - Phone: +1 206 684 2489
    With numerous fun-but-tacky tourist shops and the Alaskan Way Viaduct thundering overhead, the Seattle Waterfront should instead be visited for the spectacular views. Also bringing people here is the Bainbridge Island ferry that leaves from Colman Dock, and the popular Summer Nights at the Pier concerts play at sublime Pier 62/63. The Seattle Aquarium and the Odyssey Maritime Discovery Center are also here. The old streetcar clangs along the length of the waterfront, and the green spaces of Myrtle Edwards Park take over from the concrete mayhem at the northern end.
  • Saint James Cathedral

    804 Ninth Avenue Seattle, WA 98104 United States - Phone: +1 206 622 3559
    Saint James Cathedral is located in the First Hill area, overlooking downtown Seattle. With its elegant facade and double steeples, the cathedral epitomizes quiet grace. Opened only on selected holy days, the two new bronze ceremonial doors, by renowned German artist Ulrich Henn, tell the story of the great procession of the human family towards the heavenly city. The cathedral holds a full schedule of services. Mass is offered several times a day all week.
  • Fremont Baptist Church

    717 North 36th Street Seattle, WA 98103 United States - Phone: +1 206 632 7994
    Founded in 1892, Fremont Baptist Church is housed in a historic red brick building built in 1924. Erected in 1950, the white sign on the church roof can be seen from the Fremont Bridge as you cross the canal into Fremont. Adult Sunday school is held on Sundays, followed by worship services. Sunday school for children is held during the Sunday service.
  • University Temple United Methodist Church

    1415 Northeast 43rd Street Seattle, WA 98105 United States - Phone: +1 206 632 5163
    University Temple United Methodist Church was built in 1927, although the congregation was founded in 1901. The famous stained-glass windows along the sides of the sanctuary portray the life of Jesus Christ from birth to death to resurrection. World-renowned organists have held concerts here and Temple organists have performed in Paris, Budapest and other major cities. The choir is also well-known. The church hosts activities all week for children, teens and adults.
  • St. Joseph's Parish

    732 18th Avenue East Seattle, WA 98112 United States - Phone: +1 206 329 5981
    Built in 1930, St. Joseph's Parish has a modern yet majestic design. The Seattle Post-Intelligencer and the Seattle chapter of the American Institute of Architects (AIA) selected the building as one of Seattle's architecturally significant buildings. The simple, elegant interior has mosaic work reminiscent of the Byzantine style. The rose windows over the altar are of a medieval Gothic style. This Jesuit church has over 50 ministries. Mass is held on the weekend and during the week.
  • Seattle First Baptist Church

    1111 Harvard Avenue Seattle, WA 98122 United States - Phone: +1 206 325 6051
    Located on First Hill, Seattle's First Baptist Church is one of the oldest in the city. Founded in 1869, it held its first service in a private home. New members were baptized in cold Elliott Bay. The first real church was destroyed in the fire of 1899, and the present church's construction was completed in 1912. The design of the church is typical for the era: large, solid and impressive. The interior has lovely stained glass. Services are held Sundays at 11a, with a noted choir and a children's music program.
  • University Unitarian Church

    6556 35th Avenue Northeast Seattle, WA 98115 United States - Phone: +1 206 525 8400
    University Unitarian Church is large and airy with a sanctuary made of natural wood. The chapel seats over 500 and has a balcony for the choir, a grand piano and an organ. Several sections have been added to the church, including a playground, Sunday school, library and offices. The sermons generally feature readings from great speakers of the world, and have a humanitarian bent. After sermons, there is coffee, tea and talk in a large adjoining hall. This church has been popular since it was established in 1918.
  • Juanita Bay Park

    2201 Market Street Kirkland, WA 98033 United States - Phone: +1 425 587 3312
    Seattlites are famous for their dedication to the natural beauty of their environment, and there is no better evidence of that than the Juanita Bay Park. Come on Sunday afternoons for guided tours, or come on your own any time to visit the abundance of wildlife that fills these 114 acres of lovingly preserved wetlands and marshes. The animal population includes turtles, beavers and egrets, and at sunset, you are likely to see enormous owls hovering and hooting overhead.
  • Mount Rainier National Park

    55210 238th Avenue East Ashford, WA 98304 United States - Phone: +1 360 569 2211
    Mount Rainier National Park contains seemingly endless hikes and trails around the mountain. You can come back dozens of times and still find much to explore. If you're a practiced rock or mountain climber, this park has unbeatable climbs. Longmire Museum and the Jackson, Ohanapecosh and Sunrise visitor centers have varying summer and winter hours. Park admission rates vary for vehicles and individuals entering by foot, bicycle, motorcycle or bus. The park honors Golden Access, Golden Age, Mount Rainier Annual and National Parks passes.
  • Dahlia Lounge

    2001 Fourth Avenue Seattle, WA 98121 United States - Phone: +1 206 682 4142

    Deep red walls, funky art, fantastic food and a wine bar balcony make this downtown restaurant a local favorite. Chef/owner Tom Douglas, who also owns Etta's Seafood and Palace Kitchen, spares nothing to make the most interesting, flavorful, beautifully presented dishes. For appetizers, try the Scallion potstickers and Penn Cove Manila clams. Entrees feature numerous seafood selections and wood-grilled meats. Do not skip dessert. Douglas is renowned in Seattle for his coconut cream pie with white chocolate.

  • The Dining Room

    6501 Railroad Avenue Snoqualmie, WA 98065 United States - Phone: +1 425 888 2556
    Nestled in green foothills east of Seattle and housed in the Salish Lodge, The Dining Room sits above 268-foot Snoqualmie Falls. The view from the award-winning restaurant is spectacular. The long, narrow dining room has wide windows across one side. Dark wood contrasts nicely with the linen-topped tables and the lush green backdrop outside. The creative Northwest menu changes often but might include pheasant breast, grilled beef tenderloin or grilled salmon. The lodge has an impressive 600-item wine list. It also serves a five-course country brunch on Sundays. The Attic, a casual dining spot upstairs, has a full bar.
  • Anthony's Pier 66

    2201 Alaskan Way Seattle, WA 98121 United States - Phone: +1 206 448 6688
    Like the other Anthony's Homeport restaurants, this downtown waterfront location serves as a haven for seafood lovers and offers panoramic views of passing boats and cruise ships docking outside the window. Mahi Mahi fish tacos are quite popular here, but fresh whole cracked crab is the restaurant's specialty. There's an all-you-can-eat crab feed on Sundays. The menu also includes steak and lobster. The offerings taste sublime, the service is great and the location unbeatable, Anthony's Pier 66 warrants a visit.
  • Pomodoro Ristorante

    2366 Eastlake Avenue East Seattle, WA 98102 United States - Phone: +1 206 324 3160
    Adorned in warm colors, Pomodoro Ristorante is a cozy restaurant that has tables topped with candles and white linen. Originally frequented by neighborhood locals, this place has become a destination restaurant for people all over the city thanks to the excellent Southern European fare and late hours. The menu is filled with tantalizing pastas and tapas. The calamari seared in olive oil is incredibly tender and flavorful. For dinner try the prawns St. Tropez or the salmon ravioli. Be sure to save room for Tiramisu or Grand Marnier Chocolate Mousse Cake.
  • The Brooklyn Seafood, Steak and Oyster House

    1212 Second Avenue Seattle, WA 98101 United States - Phone: +1 206 224 7000
    Beautifully plated, contemporary fare is the talking point at The Brooklyn. Almost always buzzing with food lovers, it features sumptuous preparations of steak and seafood, served in a sophisticated yet warm environment. Scallops with Foie Gras, Steak Tartare and Oysters Rockefeller are some of the divine dishes on the ever-evolving menu. To complement the same, choose from a host of microbrews and cocktails - Holier Than Thou and Chrysanthemum being popular choices. If you're in the mood for something light, head to the oyster bar and sample one of 13 varieties, primarily from Washington and the Pacific Northwest, for a melt-in-your mouth moment like no other.
  • Cafe Campagne

    1600 Post Alley Seattle, WA 98101 United States - Phone: +1 206 728 2233
    Located above Pike Place Market, this cozy and very popular country-style French bistro called Cafe Campagne, sibling of upscale Campagne, serves traditional French fare. Sit at a small wooden table by the large windows that overlook busy Post Alley or at the counter. For breakfast, try the baked eggs with tomato and chevre. For lunch, the slow-cooked leg of duck is an excellent choice. And for dinner, try the pan-seared monkfish or braised lamb shank.
  • Campagne

    86 Pine Street Seattle, WA 98101 United States - Phone: +1 206 728 2800
    Not to be confused with its more casual sibling, Cafe Campagne, this upscale restaurant called Campagne serves award-winning Southern French cuisine. The dimly lit dining room overlooks Pike Place Market, and the outdoor courtyard surrounds a fountain, completing the fine dining experience this place promises and delivers. Dinners are a great way to sample a range of gourmet foods.
  • Al Boccalino

    1 Yesler Way Seattle, WA 98104 United States - Phone: +1 206 622 7688
    Tastefully decorated with stained glass, dark wood and brick, this cozy, elegant restaurant called Al Boccalino is the perfect spot for a romantic dinner. The fare is traditional Italian with much more on the menu than pasta. Start with a classic like bruschetta on fire-grilled Tuscan bread. Tossed with pears, toasted hazelnuts and gorgonzola, the Arugula Salad is also wonderful. For dinner, try seared scallops or the saddle of lamb marinated in olive oil with fresh rosemary and served with a sweet vermouth sauce.
  • Assaggio Ristorante

    2010 Fourth Avenue Seattle, WA 98121 United States - Phone: +1 206 441 1399
    Located within the Hotel Andra, in Belltown, this trendy, upscale Italian restaurant, called Assaggio Ristorante, is highly acclaimed by food and wine critics. The food is fresh, the atmosphere elegant with the high ceiling, tiled floors and mural-painted stucco walls. The menu offers a wide variety of delectable dishes. Starters include a wonderful carpaccio with parmesan cheese and capers. Diverse pasta dishes feature ingredients ranging from sausage to seafood, vegetables, chicken and pancetta. Don't overlook the rest of the menu. The veal saltimbocca is excellent.
  • Andaluca

    407 Olive Way Seattle, WA 98101 United States - Phone: +1 206 382 6999
    Located in the beautiful Mayflower Park Hotel downtown, this sleek trendy restaurant called Andaluca has dark walls, dim lights and sparkling wood floors that evoke a feeling of romance. The Mediterranean menu features only the freshest ingredients from the Pacific Northwest. Full entrees include Italian Benedict, fresh fruit muesli and hazelnut waffles.
  • Athenian Inn

    1517 Pike Place Market Seattle, WA 98101 United States - Phone: +1 206 624 7166
    For more than 90 years, Athenian Inn has served its patrons from its spot near the produce merchants in the Pike Place Market. It has a comfortable atmosphere where locals and tourists alike can enjoy a pleasant meal while gazing out the windows at a sweeping view of the Seattle waterfront. Meat, chicken, pasta and omelets grace the menu, but the focus is seafood. There are more than 40 seafood snack plates. Whether you crave salmon, scallops, prawns or crab, you will find abundant choices here.
  • Benihana

    1200 Fifth Avenue Seattle, WA 98101 United States - Phone: +1 206 682 4686
    In the heart of downtown amid upscale shopping and theaters, Benihana, a popular restaurant lives up to its excellent reputation. Patrons include businesspeople during lunch hour and happy hours and theatergoers, shoppers and people celebrating a special occasion at dinnertime. Known for exhibition Teppanyaki cooking, the chefs demonstrate their knife skills while cooking your meal table side. Along with the famous Hibachi Tuna Steak, you'll find chicken, seafood and vegetable dishes. A banquet room seats up to 45 people. So come by and delve in these sumptuous flavors.
  • Cutters Bayhouse

    2001 Western Avenue Seattle, WA 98121 United States - Phone: +1 206 448 4884
    Located on the northern tip of Pike Place Market, Cutters Bayhouse has panoramic views of Elliott Bay. That and a renovation highlighting artwork from the Northwest make this a popular spot. The extensive menu focuses on seafood. Popular dishes include Apple wood-grilled salmon or halibut, Ecuadorian mahi mahi and Alaskan weathervane scallops. The restaurant also has a nice "shared plates" menu with oysters, mussels, crabcakes and more. The restaurant offers a courtesy van to shuttle visitors to and from downtown hotels.
  • Hunt Club

    900 Madison Street Seattle, WA 98104 United States - Phone: +1 206 343 6156
    Located in the Sorrento Hotel, arguably the finest small luxury hotel in Seattle, Hunt Club is considered one of the best restaurants in the city. Brick walls, elegant chairs, candles and linen-topped tables come together to make a very romantic setting. The menu changes weekly, but you are always guaranteed a wonderful selection of entrees like grilled paillard of free-range veal, grilled ahi tuna and Wisconsin farm-raised pheasant. Private rooms accommodate from 10-150 people for parties and banquets.
  • Copacabana Cafe

    1520 1/2 Pike Place Seattle, WA 98101 United States - Phone: +1 206 622 6359
    Serving South American cuisine at Pike Place Market, this restaurant overlooks the market, and on sunny days you can sit on the balcony and watch all the action. The traditional dishes offer a wide variety of flavors. The Bolivian Sopa De Camarones, a spicy shrimp soup, is excellent or go for an aromatic and flavorful bowl of paella. For dessert, you can't go wrong with a basic Spanish Flan. Or try something new like the Tres Leches, a Nicaraguan white cake.
  • India Bistro

    2301 Northwest Market Street Seattle, WA 98107 United States - Phone: +1 206 783 5080
    The aromas alone will draw you into this richly colored restaurant called the India Bistro. The food is traditional Indian cuisine, which includes tandoori chicken, lamb, seafood, chutneys, Kashmiri chicken and more, all seasoned to your liking. Try the naan, which is a warm, soft flat bread, perfect for dousing the heat of spicy curry dishes. This smoke-free restaurant also has an outdoor dining area.
  • Dimitriou's Jazz Alley

    2033 Sixth Avenue Seattle, WA 98121 United States - Phone: +1 206 441 9729
    Moved to its current downtown location in 1985 and renovated in 1990, Seattle's premier jazz club brings artists of international standing, including the likes of Nancy Wilson, Lionel Hampton and Cleo Laine. The dinner menu features a varied selection of Northwest and Mediterranean dishes. The well-rounded offerings feature seafood, grilled meats, and options for vegetarians. There's a full bar and a private room that holds 275.
  • El Gaucho

    2505 First Avenue Seattle, WA 98121 United States - Phone: +1 206 728 1337
    Recalling upper-crust New York in the 1940s, El Gaucho is not your typical relaxed Seattle restaurant. The waiters are tuxedoed, a piano plays in the background and candles flicker, shedding light over lots of dark wood inside the restaurant. Perfectly prepared steak and seafood dishes fill the menu. Order Chateaubriand for two, carved table side, or an Australian lobster tail. This establishment also includes a full bar.
  • Genghis Kahn Chinese Restaurant

    1422 First Avenue Seattle, WA 98101 United States - Phone: +1 206 682 3606
    Located in a busy spot right across from Pike Place Market, Genghis Kahn Chinese Restaurant has served excellent Chinese food in a casual environment for more than 12 years. The fare comes from all parts of China and includes Mongolian, Szechuan and Peking dishes. As at many Chinese restaurants, meals can be ordered here a la carte, or as complete dinners for two or more people. Spicy dishes are available for the bold.
  • Etta's Seafood

    2020 Western Avenue Seattle, WA 98121 United States - Phone: +1 206 443 6000
    One of Tom Douglas' three booming restaurants, the other two being Dahlia Lounge and Palace Kitchen, this fashionable restaurant called Etta's Seafood is a popular place to relax after strolling through Pike Place Market. Dark wood, brightly colored walls and large windows accent the space offering a magnificent view of the Elliot Bay and is excellent for people watching. Outdoor dining is possible in the private courtyard if the weather is nice. Locals and tourists swarm here for seafood dishes such as fish-and-chips with red cabbage slaw, broiled deep-sea scallops, and steamed lobster. Be sure to leave room for one of Tom's renowned desserts. The restaurant also has a full bar.
  • The Georgian Room

    411 University Street Seattle, WA 98101 United States - Phone: +1 206 621 1700 / +1 206 621 7889(Reservations)
    Prefer dining in style? Begin at this acclaimed restaurant in the Fairmont Olympic Hotel. The open dining room has tall dressed windows, linen-topped tables and high ceilings with sparkling chandeliers. Starters include spiced foie gras and Northwest raw oysters. Signature entrees include smoked salmon with creme fraîche, dungeness crab and apple sauce. The restaurant also features a full bar and live entertainment on Fridays and Saturdays.
  • Bistro

    93 Pike Street Seattle, WA 98101 United States - Phone: +1 206 682 3049
    Il Bistro, a Pike Place Market restaurant, is ideal for a relaxed, romantic evenings. Dim lights, flickering candles and wine bottles displayed throughout the restaurant make you feel as though you've been transported to Italy. The traditional Italian cuisine is made from the freshest ingredients. The menu includes many excellent pasta dishes. The restaurant also has an outdoor dining area and a seasonal menu.
  • Ivar's Acres of Clams

    1001 Alaskan Way Seattle, WA 98104 United States - Phone: +1 206 624 6852
    A Seattle tradition since 1938, this casual waterfront restaurant is located on Pier 45 and has a spectacular view of Elliott Bay. For more than 60 years, people have come here for fresh seafood and a good time. Wooden tables and chairs fill the large, open space. Choose from a selection that includes oysters rockefeller, seafood pasta, dungeness crab-topped prawns, clams, bouillabaisse, the restaurant's famous clam chowder and more. A private dining room can accommodate up to 50 people.
  • Japanese Gourmet Restaurant

    82 Stewart Street Seattle, WA 98101 United States - Phone: +1 206 438 9401
    There are 20 years of experience behind the high-quality Japanese food served at this Pike Place Market restaurant called the Japanese Gourmet Restaurant. Crisp and modern yet casual, the space is open and each table is afforded a view of the kitchen. Appetizers include soft-shell crab, tofu and tempura. Entrees include seafood dishes, teriyaki, sushi and sashimi. Family dinners are also available, and you may want to eat in the courtyard on a nice day.
  • Kells Irish Restaurant and Pub

    1916 Post Aly Seattle, WA 98101 United States - Phone: +1 206 728 1916
    Kells Irish Restaurant and Pub is always full of lively lads and lassies. Located just above Pike Place Market in a historic building, the pub serves a mix of authentic Irish and Northwest cuisines. You'll find dishes like steak and kidney pie, leg of lamb, pasties and ballycastle sausage roll. There is regular live entertainment and a small spot for outdoor dining.
  • Maximilien

    81 Pike Street Seattle, WA 98101 United States - Phone: +1 206 682 7270
    With fresh fish, meat and produce coming directly from Pike Place Market, right outside the front door, you know it's fresh at this traditional French Market cafe restaurant called Maximilien. The eatery prepares old favorites like beef bordelaise and more creative dishes like panache du pecheur which is a melange of fish in a tomato-basil fondue. There is a separate lunch menu, a light menu served between lunch and dinner, and a brunch served on Sundays for which try the eggs Benedict with smoked salmon.
  • McCormick & Schmick's Seafood Restaurant

    1103 First Avenue Seattle, WA 98101 United States - Phone: +1 206 623 5500
    Offering more than 25 different seafood dishes, McCormick & Schmick's can be considered one of the Pacific Northwest's premier seafood specialists. While the menu changes daily, you can expect creative dishes like the Hawaiian Blue Marlin with Hunan barbecue sauce or the Washington Dover Sole topped with Shrimp Meuniere. Dine near the exhibition-style kitchen or in the more private back area in this club-like restaurant of dark mahogany and glass. There is a full bar, which allows cigar and pipe smoking.
  • Palace Kitchen

    2030 Fifth Avenue Seattle, WA 98121 United States - Phone: +1 206 448 2001
    Tom Douglas operates three of the most popular restaurants in the city, which are Dahlia Lounge, Etta's Seafood and the Palace Kitchen. Locals swarm to this dimly-lit spot with its incredible U-shaped bar. Appetizers include hazelnut-dusted calamari, roasted Manilla clams and a good cheese selection. Delectable preparations of meat, chicken and fish grace the ever-changing entree list. Try the daily applewood grill selections and the locally famous Palace Burger Royale. Tom's desserts are renowned, especially the coconut cream pie and the chocolate torte.
  • The Pike Pub & Brewery

    1415 First Avenue Seattle, WA 98101 United States - Phone: +1 206 622 6044
    Enjoy lunch or dinner in this 1920s industrial-style restaurant and watch beer being crafted right before your eyes. The creative menu complements the beers well. Try the handmade German sausage with smoked pork chop, bacon and sauerkraut, and the poached salmon. And don't forget the Pike Street Stout float for dessert! Finish up with a cigar in the Pike Pub Lounge. The pub also hosts meetings, receptions and parties for up to 500 guests, with table service or buffet-style catering. Also visit the Seattle Microbrewery Museum.
  • The Pink Door

    1919 Post Alley Seattle, WA 98101 United States - Phone: +1 206 443 3241(Reservations)
    No signs lead to this romantic hideaway near Pike Place Market, but when you see the pink door itself, you'll know you've arrived. On a sunny day you can sit outside on the rooftop deck, where shorts, sunglasses and lively chatter run rampant and everyone seems rejuvenated by the awesome backdrop of Elliot Bay. The rustic Italian cuisine includes a variety of delicious pastas and specials. The Cioppino and the spinach stuffed pork loin are especially good. The restaurant features cabaret and other live entertainment. Please call ahead for hours.
  • Shuckers

    411 University Street Seattle, WA 98101 United States - Phone: +1 206 621 1984
    As the name suggests, oysters are the focus of this downtown restaurant called Shuckers, located in the Fairmont Olympic Hotel. Twelve local varieties of oysters are available in single servings, by the half dozen and by the dozen. The restaurant has dark wood and a high ceiling, similar to a traditional pub, and dress is fairly casual. Highlights of the menu include oyster delicacies and Garlic and Rosemary Roasted Dungeness Crab with Baby Yellow Fin Potatoes. Many other non-seafood favorites are offered as well.
  • Icon Grill

    1933 Fifth Avenue Seattle, WA 98101 United States - Phone: +1 206 441 6330
    The soft rose color of the dressed marble tables and blown glass fills every nook and cranny of this upscale downtown restaurant called the Icon Grill. Oddly, the pink looks good and the swarms of upwardly mobile thirty-somethings love it. Diverse dinner entrees include fried chicken, grilled wild mushroom pizza, braised leg of duck, double-thick pork chop and New York steak. For dessert, try the Texas Funeral Fudge Cake. Full bar service is also available.
  • Cactus

    4220 East Madison Street Seattle, WA 98112 United States - Phone: +1 206 324 4140
    Located in quaint Madison Park, Cactus is bright and busy cantina. The tapas bar offers delectable small dishes including grilled portobello mushrooms and green chile soup. The extensive menu includes dishes like chimichangas and blue corn tamales. For a real treat try the ripe bananas in Meyer's Rum, a delicious end to your meal. The restaurant is smoke free with a full bar.
  • Wild Ginger

    1401 Third Avenue Seattle, WA 98101 United States - Phone: +1 206 623 4450
    This contemporary pan-Asian favorite is is airy, elegant, and always packed with a chic crowd of loyalists. The popular satay bar features chicken, seafood, beef, lamb and pork, grilled and served with a spicy peanut sauce. The Siam lettuce cups, filled with seared Chilean sea bass, are superb. The Dungeness crab will leave you licking your fingers for every last morsel and counting yourself among the converted. A full bar is available.
  • 3 Pigs Bar-BQ

    1048 116th Avenue North East Bellevue, WA 98004 United States - Phone: +1 425 453 0888
    Although it's in a small shopping center and although it looks like an average sandwich shop until you get up close, this is a destination restaurant. You come here for barbecue and lots of barbecue is what you get. The sauces vary in spiciness so choose carefully. Traditional items are pork and beef sandwiches, ribs and a chili that will set your mouth afire!
  • Calcutta Grill

    15500 Six Penny Lane Newcastle, WA 98059 United States - Phone: +1 425 793 4646
    This dining room and pub at the Golf Club at Newcastle has a covered terrace with spectacular views of Bellevue, Seattle and the Olympic Mountains. Dark wooden beams, floors and furniture create a casual ambiance. The fare includes seafood and dry-aged, corn-fed Angus beef. Other dishes include Turkey Meatloaf with mashed potatoes and Seafood Fettuccine. Try the three-berry cobbler for dessert. The smoke-free restaurant features a full bar, banquet facilities and private rooms.
  • Bistro Pleasant Beach

    241 Winslow Way West Bainbridge Island, WA 98110 United States - Phone: +1 206 842 4347
    The owners of the closed Pleasant Beach Grill have now opened this more casual bistro that is packed with people every day, especially after the ferry docks. Along with its bright and casual atmosphere, the bistro is the Bainbridge answer to Beverly Hills, where locals come to see and be seen. Savory dishes like curry and stew fill the menu. Greek linguine with prawns, kalamata olives and feta cheese is delicious and filling, but save room for the Phylo Napoleaon for dessert. The restaurant is smoke free.
  • Grady's Grillhouse

    2307 24th Avenue East Seattle, WA 98112 United States - Phone: +1 206 726 5968
    Pool, darts and a big-screen television make this a quintessential sports pub, but it has grown into a popular restaurant as well. Close to the University of Washington, this casual place allows in children until. The restaurant's claim to fame is the Big-K Prime Rib Sandwich. Other pub grub includes Irish stew, classic Mesquite chicken and lamb burgers. Also try the one-pound basket of hand-cut fries. There is full cocktail service along with 14 beers on tap, mainly microbrews and imports.
  • Agua Verde Paddle Club & Cafe

    1303 Northeast Boat Street Seattle, WA 98105 United States - Phone: +1 206 545 8570
    Once University of Washington student housing, this airy house is now a thriving Mexican restaurant and kayaking center. The chalkboard menu features baja-style tacos with smoked salmon, portabella mushrooms and grilled halibut. In warm weather, vie for a patio table and enjoy the view of Portage Bay. Expect a wait, as reservations are not accepted and this place is no secret. It's also a great place to take the kids.
  • Art Bar

    1516 Second Avenue Seattle, WA 98101 United States - Phone: +1 206 622 4344
    This arty place has high ceilings and an exposed brick wall, which displays bright paintings and modern sculptures. Every night there is live entertainment, ranging from poets to jazz to disc jockeys, with cover charge for live music. A quieter back lounge has two pool tables. The fare is basic but good, and includes soups, salads and finger food, and hot and cold sandwiches. The full bar has 13 beers on tap and more in bottles, plus a decent selection of wines.
  • Boat Street Cafe

    3131 Western Avenue Seattle, WA 98105 United States - Phone: +1 206 632 4602
    Located on Western Avenue, hidden away in Belltown, this often-overlooked cafe is a wonderful little hideout, away from the city buzz. Perfect for a romantic tete-a-tete and yet casual enough to be relaxing. Some of the French country favorites include pears with cheese and walnuts, chicken liver pate in a hard-cider cream sauce and a delicious pear-gorgonzola flan. For desserts, try the legendary bread pudding soaked in rum, amaretto and cream. The restaurant does not allow smoking.
  • Cafe Soleil

    1400 34th Avenue Seattle, WA 98122 United States - Phone: +1 206 325 1126
    This sunny little spot has an eclectic, funky menu that brings together flavors from around the world. Dishes incorporate elements from American, Mediterranean and Ethiopian cuisine. Offerings include a feta and walnut salad on spinach leaves with vinaigrette, sandwiches and pastas. Tasty Ethiopian dishes feature legumes and vegetables like eggplant and chard. Weekend brunch features egg and spiced potato dishes. The relaxed vibe attracts a casual crowd of mostly neighborhood residents.
  • Linda's Tavern

    707 East Pine Street Seattle, WA 98122 United States - Phone: +1 206 325 1220
    Do not let the stuffed buffalo head or the other Wild West paraphernalia fool you. This ain't Texas. The atmosphere in this Capitol Hill neighborhood tavern is warm, casual, even trendy. DJs spin alternative records. Pitchers of microbrew flow freely, and the menu consists of Southern fare including Chicken Potpie, meatloaf and the beloved Chicken-Fried Steak. Despite the in-crowd feel, the people are inviting and friendly. You may have to wait in line to play pool on the one table. Also come for weekend brunch.
  • Wedgwood Broiler

    8230 35th Avenue North East Seattle, WA 98115 United States - Phone: +1 206 523 1115
    Wedgwood Broiler is reasonably priced comfort food, cooked home-style. The cooks master the art of grilling steaks and have perfected the French dip. There are two dining rooms, smoking and non-smoking, each dimly lit with comfortable booths and easy-listening music. The atmosphere is completely unpretentious and totally relaxing. The prompt wait staff recognizes many of the regulars who have frequented the restaurant during the 30 years it has been open.
  • Dick's Drive In

    12325 30th Avenue North East Seattle, WA 98125 United States - Phone: +1 206 634 0300
    This is a Seattle institution, and locals are defensive about it. It may not look like much more than a 1950s drive-in, but there is always a line. Hand-dipped milkshakes, fresh-cut French fries and a few hamburger variations are about the extent of the menu. A true Seattlite always, always comes back.
  • 13 Coins

    125 Boren Avenue North Seattle, WA 98109 United States - Phone: +1 206 682 2513
    If you're a night owl, you probably already know about this place, and if not, you should. It's about as close to fine dining as you'll find in a 24-hour restaurant, but be prepared to wait for a table in the smoky waiting area. Sit at the food bar in a high-backed chair and watch your meal expertly cooked or take a very private booth. There are more than 125 items on the menu, from omelets to lobster.
  • Tulio

    1100 Fifth Avenue Seattle, WA 98101 United States - Phone: +1 206 624 5500
    Since it opened Tulio has been a hot spot for lunching businesspeople and for couples who want a romantic spot to eat in the evening. The interior is rich with dark wood and deep colors. The fare is authentic, rustic Italian. Starters include roasted asparagus wrapped in prosciutto and sweet potato gnocchi. Entrees include risotto with saffron and scallops, ravioli stuffed with smoked salmon or an oven-roasted lamb sirloin. Adjacent to Hotel Vintage Park, this restaurant also serves breakfast.
  • Flavor of India

    105 First Avenue South Seattle, WA 98104 United States - Phone: +1 206 628 0200
    When you enter this large Pioneer Square restaurant called Flavor of India, the smell of curry greets you. The lunch buffet is popular with the business crowd, visitors to the city, and passersby who smell the savory dishes. The extensive menu includes many different preparations of lamb, chicken and seafood, from spicy curries to smooth cream sauces. The tandoori oven, imported from India, produces flavorful meats cooked slowly over coals. For dessert, try the cardamom pistachio and cashew ice cream.
  • Floyd's Place

    521 First Avenue North Seattle, WA 98109 United States - Phone: +1 206 284 3542
    Located across the street from Key Arena, home of the Seattle Supersonics, Floyd's Place is a popular stop for locals either before or after a game. Specialties include barbecued baby back ribs and chicken and a variety of smoked meats. After 9, those under 21 are not allowed because Floyd's becomes a tavern offering spirits and 26 beers on tap. Two pool tables, shuffleboard and pin ball games fill the game room.
  • Bis on Main

    10213 Main Street Bellevue, WA 98004 United States - Phone: +1 425 455 2033
    This casual, stylish bistro could also be included in the fine-dining category. The dining room has high ceilings, partial walls painted in a warm, cream color and tables dressed in white tablecloths and surrounded with dark wooden chairs. The bistro menu mixes French, Italian and Southern American flavors. Thick sandwiches, gumbo, crab cakes, Linguine with shrimp, Crispy Garlic Chicken and Filet Mignon exhibit the diverse abilities of Chef Michel Fredj. The wine cellar of Bis on Main is filled with more than 100 varieties, served by the glass and by the bottle.
  • Figaro Bistro

    11 Roy Street Seattle, WA 98109 United States - Phone: +1 206 284 6465
    Opened in 1998, Figaro Bistro became the talk of the town within months. It's popular with theatergoers and Queen Anne residents. The dark atmosphere comes complete with standard bistro-style checkered floor and the decor is almost exclusively chic and black. The menu is worthy of a Parisian bistro, although the preparation sometimes suffers when it is busy. The menu includes Steak Frites, Bouillabaisse, Cassoulet, Coquille St. Jacques and Coq au Vin. There is a full bar.
  • Catfish Corner

    2726 East Cherry Street Seattle, WA 98122 United States - Phone: +1 206 323 4330
    For a little bit of the deep South in the Pacific Northwest, stop in here. The food at Catfish Corner is simple, no-frills, down-home Southern cooking. The decor is plain, with vinyl booths and an old Pepsi board above the register for a menu. But folks come for the food. Catfish is the specialty, but the restaurant also serves mustard greens, rice and beans (a bargain), and Seafood Gumbo, another Southern favorite. Free parking is available in the lot.
  • Peso's Kitchen & Lounge

    605 Queen Anne Avenue North Seattle, WA 98109 United States - Phone: +1 206 283 9353
    Peso's is a trendy establishment features some of the best Mexican fare in the city. Delicious versions of classics tacos, burritos, quesadillas and enchiladas make their way into the diverse menu. The place comes alive during happy hour, as inventive sangrias and mojitos are served. Dimly-lit chandeliers and unrefined, rustic interiors make for a warm and enchanting ambiance.
  • Melting Pot

    14 Mercer Street Seattle, WA 98109 United States - Phone: +1 206 378 1208
    This restaurant offers great service and interesting food, making it a great spot for leisurely meals. The specialty of The Melting Pot is Swiss fondue, but the menu includes many variations on the traditional fondue, plus salads, other entrees and Chocolate Fondue desserts. The restaurant is large, but the designers included many private nooks for romantic evenings or lonely hearts. Families and larger groups are welcome also. On chilly evenings, sit by the fireplace in the lounge. Street parking and nearby pay lots are available.
  • Kaspar's

    19 West Harrison Street Seattle, WA 98119 United States - Phone: +1 206 298 0123
    Located near the Opera House, Seattle Repertory Theatre and Intiman Theatre, Kaspar's is a popular spot for a pre-show dinner. The sleek-looking restaurant has received praise from Gourmet, Bon Appetit and the New York Times, among others. Meat and seafood entrees have Northwest flair and beautiful presentation. Menu options might include Pan-Seared Halibut, Spicy Jambalaya or Braised Lamb Shank. The cozy wine bar adds a romantic touch and a lighter menu. Valet and street parking are available.
  • Buongusto Ristorante

    2232 Queen Anne Avenue Seattle, WA 98109 United States - Phone: +1 206 284 9040
    Run by the Varchetta family, this popular Italian restaurant is located in a renovated terrazzo-style house atop Queen Anne Hill. The staff will help you feel right at home in the warm and comfortable surroundings. The Southern Italian cuisine includes popular seafood items and you will also be pleased with the quality of your usual pasta favorites. Buongusto Ristorante also offers an extensive selection of fine Italian wines to perfectly complement your meal. Street parking is available.
  • Queen City Grill

    2201 First Avenue Seattle, WA 98121 United States - Phone: +1 206 443 0975

    Located in the popular Belltown area, Queen City Grill restaurant is more than it appears. Long and narrow with dark wooden pew-like booths, warmly colored walls that are almost tea-stained in appearance and a well-worn floor makes this shabby-chic place a popular stop for locals and visitors alike. While success has perhaps slightly overwhelmed the kitchen, you can always rely on the Grilled Salmon and Crab Cakes. Come to meet people and savor one of the approximately 500 wines from the cellar.
  • Piatti

    2695 NorthEast Village Lane Seattle, WA 98105 United States - Phone: +1 206 524 9088
    Located in the trendy University Village mall, Piatti is a perfect stop after shopping or as a destination of its own. Open and airy, the high ceiling and tile floor gives the space the feel of a Mediterranean courtyard. The fare is contemporary Italian, with focaccia sandwiches, hearty soups, wood-fired pizza and house-made pasta filling the menu. This is a popular spot, especially during lunch hour, so be prepared to wait for a table.
  • Avenue One

    1921 First Avenue Seattle, WA 98101 United States - Phone: +1 206 441 6139
    The young fashionable crowd gathers at the bar over appetizers. Couples out for a romantic evening sit just off the main dining room near the fireplace and take in the view of Elliott Bay. The dining room of Avenue One has a 30-foot ceiling and the tables are covered in white tablecloths with candles and roses. And, a chandelier drips from above giving the whole place a very classy look. Yet the feel is still that of a modern bistro. Classic savory bistro entrees on the seasonal menu usually include steak frites, roasted duck and rabbit. First courses may include seared sea scallops, tuna tartare or a salad of sweetbreads.
  • Santorini Pizza & Pasta

    11001 35th Avenue North East Seattle, WA 98125 United States - Phone: +1 206 440 8499
    This casual little restaurant is almost always full, often with a short wait. Many customers come from the neighborhood, and the owners know many by name. But even if you're just visiting town, Santorini Pizza & Pasta is a great place for comfortable surroundings, happy people and great, fragrant food served in large portions. The menu is filled with Greek- and Italian-style salads, pasta dishes and gourmet pizza. Be bold and try a glass of Retsina, a traditional Greek wine made from pine tree resin.
  • Bizzarro Italian Cafe

    1307 North 46th Street Seattle, WA 98103 United States - Phone: +1 206 632 7277
    This is an eclectic spot frequented by Wallingford locals. The interior is casual, with painted brick walls and mismatched wooden chairs. Bizzarro Italian Cafe is a lively little place, and you shouldn't be surprised to hear a server sing. The Italian dishes include Forest Floor Frenzy made with caramelized organic shitake mushrooms, roasted walnuts and roasted garlic in a sherry cream sauce tossed with rigatoni. The menu also include classic pasta dishes like stuffed cannelloni, rigatoni and a "Mix & Match", where you choose the pasta and the sauce.
  • Cafe Flora

    2901 East Madison Street Seattle, WA 98112 United States - Phone: +1 206 325 9100
    Renowned in the Seattle area and beyond, this vegetarian restaurant has kept its neighborhood feel. The interior is contemporary and uncluttered. Dark floors, light wood tables and chairs, big windows and fresh flowers make Cafe Flora a calming spot. Patrons include upwardly mobile and well-established residents from the surrounding neighborhoods. Gourmet tacos, fajitas and Wild Mushroom Curry Pasta grace the always innovative menu. Start with an artful salad then try a heartier main dish. The weekend brunch is superb.
  • Cafe Lago

    2305 24th Avenue East Seattle, WA 98112 United States - Phone: +1 206 329 8005
    Located between the University of Washington and the Arboretum, Cafe Lago embodies the essence of the traditional Italian trattoria. The small space has a black-and-white tiled floor, tables with tablecloths and an open kitchen. The menu features a collection of delectable Italian dishes including wood-fire pizzas, handmade pastas and gnocchi, plus grilled salmon, beef and house-made spiral sausage. If you are a lasagne fan, try the one made here. It's incredibly light and flavorful and made from scratch. There is a good wine selection to choose from.
  • Chutneys Bistro

    1815 North 45th Street Seattle, WA 98103 United States - Phone: +1 206 634 1000
    Located in tastefully renovated Wallingford Center, Chutneys Bistro is one of three Chutneys in Seattle. The interior is casual yet tasteful with Indian accents throughout. The crowd comes from the neighborhood and nearby University of Washington. Authentic tandoori dishes come from a traditional clay oven. Curries with chicken, lamb and shrimp are cooked to perfection. Kothmir Chicken, cooked in a coconut curry sauce, is excellent. The soft warm naan bread helps diffuse the spicy heat.
  • Siam on Queen Anne

    101 John Street Seattle, WA 98109 United States - Phone: +1 206 285 9000
    In the shadow of Seattle Center and the Space Needle, this space has been a restaurant for quite a while, although under several owners. It's now part of the chain that includes Siam on Broadway and Siam on Lake Union. Siam on Queen Anne shares those restaurants' excellent menu.
  • Kabul

    2301 North 45th Street Seattle, WA 98103 United States - Phone: +1 206 545 9000
    Kabul restaurant is special and not just because there aren't a lot of authentic Afghan restaurants in Seattle, but also because the Afghani owners do the cuisine so well. Pasta in a Yogurt-Garlic Sauce, Basmati Rice topped with Spinach in a Lamb Sauce and Sauteed Eggplant are samples of the menu. Kebabs of beef, chicken and lamb are popular as well and there are also a number of vegetarian entrees. For dessert, try the homemade Pistachio Rosewater Ice Cream. Live sitar music plays Tuesdays and Thursdays from 7p-9p.
  • Paragon Bar & Grill

    2125 Queen Anne Avenue North Seattle, WA 98109 United States - Phone: +1 206 283 4548
    Laughter and the sounds of live jazz and blues frequently fill the lively bar at Paragon Bar & Grill. On cool nights, sit by the fire or relax in a cozy booth while enjoying a meal from Chef Christopher Cunio's acclaimed menu. Try global favorites like calamari, Chicken Quesadilla and Creole Prawns for starters. Main courses include Smoked Mozzarella Ravioli, Grilled Meatloaf, a tender Skirt Steak and an Irish Stew made with Guinness. There is a daily fresh sheet as well.
  • Ponti Seafood Grill

    3014 Third Avenue North Seattle, WA 98109 United States - Phone: +1 206 284 3000
    Ponti Seafood Grill is nestled on the Ship Canal across from busy Fremont. It draws a diverse crowd for lunch, dinner and Sunday brunch. Weather permitting, people enjoy meals on the terrace overlooking the canal. Seafood is the specialty and you'll find it in many Italian and Asian dishes like Penne with Grilled Prawns, Tomato-Saffron Risotto with Salmon, Mussels and Prawns, Ahi Tuna with Soy-Sake Ginger Sauce and Grilled Mahi Mahi with Plum Wine and a Spicy Soba Noodle Salad.
  • Racha

    23 Mercer Street Seattle, WA 98109 United States - Phone: +1 206 281 8883
    At this colorful contemporary restaurant, you'll find wonderful traditional Thai-style cuisine. The afternoon crowd is primarily people who have escaped work for a short while to experience fresh and flavorful food. Racha menu features eight appetizers including chicken, beef, pork and seafood satay. The specialty is Thai noodles, five renditions of each noodle dish is available along with a range of curries and stir fries. The menu thoughtfully describes the dozens of flavors used in cooking.
  • Nishino

    3130 East Madison Street Seattle, WA 98112 United States - Phone: +1 206 322 5800
    Locals from the upscale Madison Park, Leschi and Broadmoor neighborhoods frequent this contemporary restaurant and sushi bar just above Madison Park. The restaurant is tastefully decorated in warm earth tones, and the staff is friendly and knowledgeable. Sushi is the specialty at Nishino and whether you're a novice or well-versed in the many raw fish available, owner/chef Nishino will make sure you're happy. Also good are the geoduck with sautéed Enoki mushrooms and asparagus, and the black cod with miso.
  • Harvest Vine

    2701 East Madison Street Seattle, WA 98112 United States - Phone: +1 206 320 9771
    Just over the hill from downtown Seattle in Madison Valley, this small Spanish taverna has just three little tables and fewer than 10 bar stools, but nobody seems to mind waiting for a spot. Behind the bar, Joseph Jimenez de Jimenez demonstrates the art of tapas. Stuffed peppers, garlic-sauteed chorizo sausage and blue cheese with grilled bread and pears are just a few of his delicacies. Also try the Paella for two, soups and sandwiches.
  • Szmania Restaurant

    3321 West McGraw Street Seattle, WA 98199 United States - Phone: +1 206 284 7305
    This stylish Magnolia restaurant may make this residential neighborhood a tourist destination. The high ceiling and warm colors make this a comfortable place for a wonderful meal. Linen-topped tables surround a fireplace and a huge, curved counter offers a view of the kitchen. The cuisine combines contemporary Northwest fare with a touch of Central Europe. Chef Szmania, originally from Dusseldorf, Germany, offers dishes from home, including jaegerschnitzel and sauerkraut with smoked pork loin and German sausage. The wine list at Szmania boasts 165 wines from around the world.
  • Araya Vegetarian Place

    1121 North East 45th Street Seattle, WA 98105 United States - Phone: +1 206 524 4332
    Located in the popular University District, this outstanding vegetarian Thai restaurant features traditional Thai decor, with gilt and Hindu-themed accents. The completely vegetarian menu features all kinds of curries, soups and other traditional Thai food. Araya Vegetarian Place offers an all-you-can-eat lunch buffet on Saturday and a vegan buffet every day but Sunday. The vegan buffet foods use no animal products, making this a safe bet for the lactose intolerant, as well.
  • Sabra Mediterranean Sandwich

    1916 Pike Place Seattle, WA 98101 United States - Phone: +1 206 441 4544
    This restaurant features Mediterranean and Middle Eastern food and while it's not a strict vegetarian establishment, the menu is almost entirely meatless. Enjoy such Middle Eastern favorites as baba ghanoush, tabbouleh, pita sandwiches and hummus. Located near the Pike Place Market, Sabra Mediterranean Sandwich is a nice quiet spot to have a light meal before returning to shop at the market. Seating is limited, but you can sit outdoors during warm weather. No credit cards are accepted.
  • Shamiana Restaurant

    10724 Northeast 68th Street Kirkland, WA 98033 United States - Phone: +1 425 827 4902
    Don't be put off by this restaurant's strip mall location. Inside, the two-level dining area, the high ceilings and tall windows are is elegant and sleek and the food is as good as the decor. Very popular for both lunch and dinner, Shamiana Restaurant is best known for its lunch buffet. Vegetarians pay slightly less for the buffet than do meat eaters. Vegan food is marked as such on the menu. Vegetarian dishes include 'Aloo Dum Kashmiri'(potatoes cooked in a creamy sauce) and 'Matar Paneer' (vegetables tossed with Indian cheese). Meat dishes include Tandoori Lamb and Chicken, Lamb Tikki and Kabuli Chicken Curry.
  • Silence-Heart-Nest

    3508 Fremont Place North Seattle, WA 98103 United States - Phone: +1 206 633 5169
    Run by the Sri Chinmoy Center, this pretty little restaurant adheres to the spiritual teachings of Sri Chinmoy, an Indian guru. Here you will find a peaceful oasis and good vegetarian food. Located in the heart of the University District, Silence-Heart-Nest features an international menu, but excels in its Indian dishes and chutneys. Waitresses wear traditional saris and soft Indian music plays in the background. After satisfying your appetite, you can delve deeper into the spiritual world by visiting the Journey's Dawn bookstore, also operated by the center.
  • Doc Maynard's Public House

    610 First Avenue Seattle, WA 98104 United States - Phone: +1 206 682 3705
    This long-established Pioneer Square nightspot attracts a young, mostly collegiate crowd to its bill of blues, rock, pop and jazz artists. Located in a venerable Seattle building, Doc Maynard's Public House features music that's often great. You'll taste the riffs in your beer. It's loud and hectic, so it's hard to chat, but no one seems to mind. During the day, the Seattle Underground Tour leaves from here. Full bar service is available.
  • Ray's Cafe

    6049 Seaview Avenue Northwest Seattle, WA 98107 United States - Phone: +1 206 782 0094
    Located upstairs from Ray's Boathouse, this light, airy cafe attracts a young and lively crowd, more casually dressed than below. The panoramic view of Shilshole Bay is the only thing the restaurant and Ray's Cafe share. On warm summer days, the best place to sit is on the terrace, overlooking the bay. The gourmet pub grub includes vegetarian and salmon burgers and pasta with seafood. The extensive appetizer list is served until midnight. The full bar has over 20 microbrews on tap.
  • Salvatore Ristorante

    6100 Roosevelt Way Northeast Seattle, WA 98115 United States - Phone: +1 206 527 9301
    It's not hard to imagine you're in Italy here. The food at Salvatore Ristorante is prepared authentically and the aroma of fresh herbs fills the air. The interior is homely and colorful with scenes of small towns on the walls. Choose from a variety of pasta dishes including Fettuccini Carbonara and Linguini in Bianco (shrimp, mussels and clams in a white wine sauce). Other favorites include Chicken Marsala and Vitello Ai Funghi (veal with mushrooms) both served with salad. Ask your server for an Italian wine recommendation.
  • The Santa Fe Cafe

    5910 Phinney Avenue North Seattle, WA 98103 United States - Phone: +1 206 783 9755
    For nearly 20 years this restaurant has served the foods of New Mexico in a casual atmosphere. Tempting dishes, reasonably priced, include the Garlic Custard appetizer, surrounded by a red chile and Montrachet sauce and served with blue tortilla chips. The Chile Relleno Tart is made with green chiles, mozzarella and Gruyere cheeses, baked in a blue corn pastry and served with soup and salad. A full bar turns out superb margaritas.
  • Uptown China

    200 Queen Anne Avenue North Seattle, WA 98109 United States - Phone: +1 206 285 7710
    Colorful paintings line the walls of this casually contemporary restaurant. The chefs take pride in expertly preparing updated Szechuan and Mandarin cuisine. When you taste the food, you will know that everything is made from scratch with fresh seasonal ingredients. Combine dishes for a full dinner. Chefs' specials include Orange Beef and Peking Duck.
  • Cafe Juanita

    9702 Northeast 120th Place Kirkland, WA 98034 United States - Phone: +1 425 823 1505
    Nestled among green trees on Juanita Creek, this restaurant is a romantic spot with big windows and linen-topped tables. Opened in April 2000, it offers a wonderful selection of wines, bread, desserts and pastas. Appetizers include handmade ravioli with seasonal stuffing, and for dinner, try the roasted rabbit or the rib eye chop with wilted spinach.
  • Big Time Brewing Company

    4133 University Way North East Seattle, WA 98105 United States - Phone: +1 206 545 4509
    At this loud and spacious college hangout, conveniently near the University of Washington campus, you'll find traditional college fare, pizza, nachos, soups and sandwiches and beer. This microbrewery, one of several in the area, makes and serves several unique brews. Students and faculty alike come to Big Time Brewing Company to relax. Don't be surprised to see groups of students (and sometimes their instructors) discussing class projects over beer and munchies. Stop by to hang out, drink and play shuffleboard with the local college crowd.
  • California Pizza Kitchen

    595 106th Avenue North East Bellevue, WA 98004 United States - Phone: +1 425 454 2545
    This fun and casual restaurant, outpost of the California chain, offers gourmet pizzas, pastas and salads. The restaurant was started in 1985, in Beverly Hills no less. Each of the international-style menu choices is prepared so that the flavor of every ingredient stands out. Interesting pizza combinations include BBQ Chicken with Smoked Gouda, Peking Duck, Thai Chicken in a spicy peanut-ginger and sesame sauce, and Caribbean Chicken with bananas, sweet chili sauce and mozzarella cheese. Desserts include Key Lime Pie and Hot Fudge Brownie Sundae.
  • Firenze

    15600 Northeast Eighth Street Bellevue, WA 98008 United States - Phone: +1 425 957 1077
    The dining room in this Eastside eatery is open and airy, with terra-cotta floors and a sunshine yellow wall displaying the fine selection of Italian wines. The atmosphere is casual and friendly. The extensive Mediterranean menu includes creative Tuscan-style dishes. With more than 14 types of pasta there is something to suit everyone. Grilled dishes like the Marinated Lamb, Sausage and Quail and the Chicken with Gorgonzola, Cream Sauce and Parmigiano will tempt those looking for something savory. Classic pizzas and seafood dishes are available as well.
  • Izumi

    12539 116th Avenue Northeast Kirkland, WA 98034 United States - Phone: +1 425 821 1959
    Come here for traditionally prepared Japanese food and expeditious service from a pleasant kimono-clad staff. The popular sushi bar seats 12 diners. It's a fun place to sit while watching your food being prepared. Order meals a la carte, as complete dinners with soup, salad, sunomono and rice, or as dinner combinations. Popular dishes include tempura with prawns and vegetables and sashimi (11 pieces of raw fish). For dinner try Makunouchi, Teriyaki, Tempura, vegetables, Sushi and Sashimi in a lacquered bento box.
  • Ristorante Paradiso

    120A Park Lane Kirkland, WA 98033 United States - Phone: +1 425 889 8601
    Chef and owner Fabrizio Loi graduated from the national culinary college of his native Italy. Small, warm and dimly lit, Ristorante Paradiso has the perfect ambiance for a quiet romantic evening. The floors are polished and the tables are linen-topped. Bottles of wine are displayed on shelves, and one sits on each table. Loi's menu is extensive, offering more than 15 pasta dishes. Other entrees include Scaloppine ai Funghi which is Veal with Mushrooms in a wine sauce and Cioppino del Capitano—a medley of seafood served with garlic toast.
  • Buck's American Cafe

    2901 Hewitt Avenue Everett, WA 98201 United States - Phone: +1 425 258 1351
    Located half hour north of Seattle, Buck's American Cafe has good food and a casual atmosphere, making it a worthwhile stop for folks with business at Boeing's Everett plant. The menu is a cornucopia of decent burgers, soups and salads, plus dishes like Baked Sea Bass, New York Pepper Steak, Wild Mushroom and Goat Cheese Ravioli. Every weekend, the restaurant serves slow-roasted Prime Rib. Leave room for the special pies (Peanut Butter, Bourbon Street Pecan and others).
  • Everett Grand Roaster & Ale House

    3105 Pine Street Everett, WA 98201 United States - Phone: +1 425 339 2000
    This casual cafe-style restaurant serves big plates of high-quality roasted meats. The Radiant Roaster Prime Rib is roasted in the trademarked 18 Hour Flav'r Cycle, ensuring its tenderness every time. The Slow-Turned Leg of Fresh Pork is cooked the same way. The menu also includes chicken and turkey dishes. The warm, comfortable bar area has lots of dark wood and copper-topped tables, not to be outdone by the neon beer signs that litter the windows. The bar has 26 beers on tap, including 18 craft beers.
  • China Harbor

    2040 Westlake Avenue North Seattle, WA 98109 United States - Phone: +1 206 286 1688
    Located on beautiful Lake Union, China Harbor is one of the largest Chinese restaurants in the area. The second-floor dining room is large but not grandiose and its decor consists of black lacquered furniture, floral prints and a spectacular view of the lake. The food combines various styles of Chinese cooking. Order well-known dishes such as chow mein or more exotic house specialties. The restaurant also has banquet facilities for upto 300 guests perfect for weddings,receptions. It also has a karaoke bar with a dance floor.
  • Scott's Bar & Grill

    8115 Lake Ballinger Way Edmonds, WA 98026 United States - Phone: +1 425 775 2561
    Scott's Bar & Grill a lively longstanding neighborhood spot is a step above casual, but it's not stuffy, so you'll feel comfortable stopping by anytime for a delicious lunch or dinner. Many of the regulars have been coming here for years. The diverse menu offers pastas, seafood and cuts of Certified Nebraska Beef. Try Seared Ahi Linguini, Cajun Fettuccini with Chicken, Fire-Grilled Chicken, Mixed Seafood Grill, Prime Rib or Grilled Lamb with Rosemary Crust.
  • Daniel's Broiler Lake Union

    809 Fairview Place North Seattle, WA 98109 United States - Phone: +1 206 621 8262
    This steakhouse offers elegant ambiance and delicious cuisine. Dine on a heated balcony that overlooks the Lake Union marina while listening to live piano music. If you're still cold then sit by the circular fireplace in the lounge that provides warmth during chilly Seattle winter days. Daniel's Broiler offers several cuts of steak, Australian lobster tail and a variety of pasta dishes. The restaurant has a full bar and an extensive wine list.
  • McCormick's Fish House & Bar

    722 Fourth Avenue Seattle, WA 98104 United States - Phone: +1 206 682 3900
    This downtown restaurant specializes in fresh Northwest seafood. As at its sibling, McCormick & Schmick's, three blocks closer to the waterfront, the menu changes daily and usually features more than 40 items. In addition to some of Seattle freshest seafood, the restaurant serves prime-cut steaks, salads and other classic selections. Oysters are a specialty. McCormick's Fish House & Bar draws an upbeat crowd. Garage parking is available.
  • Nell's

    6804 East Green Lake Way North Seattle, WA 98115 United States - Phone: +1 206 524 4044
    Nell's is one of Seattle's favorite restaurants. Located in the pleasant Green Lake area, it has a great reputation for good food and terrific service. Large windows allow patrons a view of the lake and passers-by. The two-tiered dining area is open and airy, and its pinkish color adds warmth. The menu features Italian influenced dishes with Northwest and French-inspired touches along with plenty of seafood.
  • Ruth's Chris Steak House

    565 Bellevue Square Bellevue, WA 98004 United States - Phone: +1 425 451 1550
    The main attraction at Ruth's Chris Steak House is the U.S. prime corn-fed Midwestern beef, broiled to perfection at 1,800 degrees and delivered, still sizzling, to your table on a 450 degree plate (don't worry, they'll remind you not to touch the plate). Side dishes include potatoes, creamed spinach, soups and salads. There are a couple of chicken and fish dishes, but that's not what you come here for; the filet, ribeye, New York strip or Porterhouse cuts will satisfy your every desire. Garage parking is available.
  • T.S. McHugh's Irish Pub and Restaurant

    21 Mercer Street Seattle, WA 98109 United States - Phone: +1 206 282 1910
    Located in Lower Queen Anne, close to Seattle Center, this Irish pub has flower boxes, a hunter-green front and a dark wood interior. T.S. McHugh's Irish Pub and Restaurant draws a lively crowd, especially on the weekends and on game nights at nearby Key Arena. Sample Irish soda bread and nightly specials that include pot pies, a Ploughman's Plate and hearty Irish stew. A prime rib dinner is offered for those who crave more American-style food. Choose from 22 beers on tap including Guinness and Harp.
  • Suquamish Clearwater Casino

    15347 Suquamish Way Northeast Suquamish, WA 98392 United States - Phone: +1 360 598 8700
    Located just outside Poulsbo on the Kitsap Peninsula, a short ferry ride from Seattle, this casino features blackjack, craps, Caribbean stud and Pai Gow poker, roulette, slots, live keno and bingo, plus live music on Fridays and Saturdays. The casino has no lodging, but there are hotels nearby. The casino offers a free shuttle from the ferry terminal. Buffet-style meals include an all-you-can-eat salad bar, main course and dessert, and the buffet has a different theme every day of the week.
  • Coastal Kitchen

    429 15th Avenue East Seattle, WA 98112 United States - Phone: +1 206 322 1145
    A pink and blue neon sign marks this colorful Capitol Hill spot. Artwork by local artists adorns the walls, and warm afternoon sunlight streams in through the large bay windows. The menu features excellent seafood, steaks, pastas and salads, along with a rotating menu focusing on cuisine from different regions of the world. Recent specialty menus featured food from India and Portugal. Weekend brunch brings hordes of diners from the neighborhood and beyond for the excellent scrambles, omelets and French toast.
  • Honey Court Seafood Restaurant

    516 Maynard Avenue South Seattle, WA 98104 United States - Phone: +1 206 292 8828
    Chinese delicacies combined with good service make for a pleasant eating experience at the Honey Court Seafood Restaurant. The menu includes such dishes as Peking duck and General Tsao's chicken. The honey walnut prawns are a must-try. The platters contain as many as 10 different items including soup and vegetable, seafood, noodle and meat dishes. The only drawback is the lack of downtown parking, so be prepared to walk a bit to your destination.
  • Palisade Waterfront Restaurant

    2601 West Marina Place Seattle, WA 98199 United States - Phone: +1 206 285 1000
    As you enter this seafood restaurant, you walk onto a suspended bridge with iron railings. Starfish, crayfish and other marine life swim up to greet you. Lights dot the high ceiling for a starry quality. Blown glass hangs delicately from the ceiling to complement the warm, upscale Polynesian-style surroundings. Seafood specialties include Opah (a Hawaiian fish also known as Moonfish), served with a papaya, mango and pepper salsa, and apple-wood-grilled Hebi (Spearfish). More standard dishes include Ellensburg Lamb and New York Steak. The view of downtown Seattle is hard to beat.
  • Quest Bookshop

    717 Broadway Avenue East Seattle, WA 98102 United States - Phone: +1 206 323 4281
    Run by the Theosophical Society, Quest Bookshop specializes in books about spiritual traditions from both the East and West, as well as other topics which fall under the broad category of metaphysics. The shop carries more than 11,000 religious, mystical and new age titles, and you can order online, by phone or in person. The shop also sells crystals, tarot decks, a variety of tapes and CDs, incense and other supplies.
  • East West Bookshop

    6500 Roosevelt Way North East Seattle, WA 98115 United States - Phone: +1 206 523 3726
    One of the largest and most complete new age bookstores in the Northwest, this non-profit shop carries an extensive range of new and used books on Eastern and Western spiritual traditions, the occult, witchcraft, health, self improvement, meditation and so on. The store also carries CDs, tapes, videos, cards, jewelry, clothing, crystals, incense and meditation supplies. East West Bookshop regularly offers great programs and classes in a wide variety of new age subjects, so call or check the Web site for information. Street parking is available.
  • Kinokuniya Book Stores

    525 South Weller Street Seattle, WA 98104 United States - Phone: +1 206 587 2477
    Kinokuniya Book Stores has a huge collection of Japanese language books, as well as comics, Japanese music CDs and computer software. You will also find a selection of Japanese children's books, magazines, newspapers and textbooks. The store also carries a fine range of English-language books about Japan, as well as books on Asian culture and business practices. A great place for all book lovers.
  • Kaufer's Religious Supplies

    320 9th Avenue North Seattle, WA 98109 United States - Phone: +1 206 622 3100
    This store offers a large selection of Christian-themed books and Bibles. Here you will find everything from Bible storybooks for children to in-depth treatments of religious subjects by classic and contemporary theologists and apologists. You will also find a wide assortment of prayer books, rosaries, cards, scripture plaques and religious artwork at Kaufer's Religious Supplies. The shop has been supplying its patrons with materials to assist their spiritual journey since 1904. Free parking is available. Kaufer's also has a sister store in Spokane, check website for information.
  • Third Place Books

    17171 Bothell Way North East Lake Forest Park, WA 98155 United States - Phone: +1 206 366 3333
    This shop boasts an inventory of more than 150,000 new and used volumes, including rare books and collectibles. The international newsstand carries newspapers and periodicals from around the world. Third Place Books also features children's story time, frequent author appearances, free live music on the Third Place Stage and a demonstration kitchen. If you get tired of book browsing, settle in for a game of chess on the giant chess board.
  • Magus Books

    1408 Northeast 42nd Street Seattle, WA 98105 United States - Phone: +1 206 633 1800
    Located in the bookstore-rich University District, this old shop buys and sells general, scholarly and academic used books. Look for complete sets by single authors, encyclopedia sets and other keepsake volumes. Magus Books buys and trades around 1000 used books each week, so it's always a new adventure to see what you can find. The staff will also do a personal search for your desired book if you email them with your request. The shop has specific book buying hours and private libraries and collections by appointment.
  • Vedanta Society Bookshop

    2716 Broadway East Seattle, WA 98102 United States - Phone: +1 206 323 1228
    This store houses what is probably the Northwest's largest collection of books on Hinduism. Find volumes on yoga, spiritual practices, meditation, the philosophy of Hinduism, the ancient scriptures and lives of Hindu saints. Vedanta Society Bookshop also sells gifts, posters, incense, statues, jewelry, meditation and music tapes and just about everything connected with this subject. Talks and classes are held regularly on various subjects. Call for further details.
  • The PAWS Store

    8503 Greenwood Avenue North Seattle, WA 98103 United States - Phone: +1 206 782 1700
    Operated by PAWS, an animal rights organization that also runs a pet adoption program, this store offers a wide variety of cruelty-free (no animal testing) and environmentally sound items. Here you can buy books (including a good selection of vegetarian cookbooks), clothing, fake leather shoes, vegetarian pet food, toiletries and cosmetics, household goods and more. The Paw Store is also a good place to find gifts for the environmentally concerned as well as for vegans and their pets. And proceeds from the very diverse shop go to a good cause.
  • PCC Natural Market

    600 North 34th Street Seattle, WA 98103 United States - Phone: +1 206 632 6811
    This natural foods co-op began in 1961 and now has numerous Puget Sound locations (check the Web site for branch information). PCC Natural Market sells organically grown foods, along with environmentally safe household products, cruelty-free and natural cosmetics, personal care items and prepared foods made without questionable additives. There is a juice and sandwich bar, and a few tables in the front of the store. And, this being Seattle, you can also get coffee. You don't have to be a PCC member to shop here, but members do get discounts on featured products.
  • Nordstrom

    500 Pine Street Seattle, WA 98101 United States - Phone: +1 206 628 2111
    Opened as a shoe store in 1901, Nordstrom is now one of the nation's leading fashion retailers, offering fine apparel and accessories for everyone in the family. This store located in Seattle's Downtown neighborhood, is surely a one stop destination for fashion lovers and shopaholics, with many brand names housed on their shelves. Shoes remain the specialty, with a huge selection that includes unusual sizes. Designer labels like Ralph Lauren, Donna Karan and Calvin Klein fill the clothing racks. You're sure to find something suitable for every occasion.
  • Tiffany & Co.

    600 Pine St Seattle, WA 98101 United States - Phone: +1 206 264 1400
    Since 1837 Tiffany & Co. has been one of America's premier houses of jewelry design. More than a century ago the "Tiffany Setting," a six-prong platinum diamond solitaire ring, set a new standard for engagement rings. In 1961, Audrey Hepburn made the store a household name in the movie Breakfast at Tiffany's. Today, people shopping for classically designed jewelry come here for the finest. At this Pacific Place shop, you will also find silver, crystal and china, clocks, stationery, fragrances and other fine things.
  • Butch Blum

    1408 Fifth Avenue Seattle, WA 98101 United States - Phone: +1 206 622 5760
    Having pioneered men's style in Seattle, Butch Blum has found its niche in the growing men's fashion market, although it does carry women's clothing. The fashion-forward boutique features clothes created primarily by European designers. The styles mix avant-garde with classic, always in good taste. In-house alterations are available to make sure you leave looking like a million bucks. The shop caters to a younger group of upwardly mobile men who appreciate style. There is also a branch at the University Village.
  • Banana Republic

    500 Pike St Seattle, WA 98101 United States - Phone: +1 206 622 2303
    A few years ago Banana Republic did a multi-million-dollar renovation to the landmark Coliseum Theater downtown, turning it into an architecturally interesting place to shop. The clothes and accessories for men and women have a classic style that is current and wearable. Clothes are constructed with high-quality materials. The store carries casual attire, modern business attire and accessories. Check out the sales racks, which often harbor affordable treasures. Parking is available at street meters and in the many parking garages in the area.
  • Ann Taylor

    1420 Fifth Avenue Seattle, WA 98101 United States - Phone: +1 206 623 4818
    Located in the extremely popular University Village, this modern store attracts a younger clientèle of upwardly mobile career women. The attire is contemporary but with timeless classic lines that will look good for years. Wool, silks and other fine fabrics are used to create an all-inclusive line of upscale career clothes and sportswear. Ann Taylor also carries accessories, hosiery and shoes to complement the clothing.
  • Abercrombie & Fitch

    1531 4th Avenue Seattle, WA 98101 United States - Phone: +1 206 381 9164
    For nearly a century Abercrombie & Fitch has catered to the likes of Ernest Hemingway, Theodore Roosevelt and other safari-bound luminaries. These are the clothes aristocrats donned when they were feeling sporty. That was then. Today, this seller of men's and women's clothing and accessories targets college students. The clothes are a little less conservative and they focus on the alternative styles of the new millennium, like logo sweaters and baggy pants. Branches are located at area malls.
  • Barneys New York

    600 Pine Street Seattle, WA 98101 United States - Phone: +1 206 622 6300
    Bigger than a boutique, Barneys New York's downtown specialty store is located in the first few floors of an office building in the City Centre. The store carries everything from quality men's and women's clothing to shoes, accessories and fine body-care products. The clothes are fashionable and updated while keeping their long-lasting classic style. Whether you're looking for an Armani suit or business-casual attire, you will leave with something chic.
  • Louis Vuitton

    416 University Street Seattle, WA 98101 United States - Phone: +1 206 749 0711
    Louis Vuitton started his business in Paris in 1854 and became famous for his "flat top" trunk, favored by royalty. The age-old luggage house's new signature bag collection is sleeker and more colorful with a more metropolitan edge, but still with plenty of the distinctive LV logos. Step into this chic little shop and indulge yourself with a fine silk scarf or leather bag. It's sure to improve your attitude. Metered parking is available and there are numerous parking garages in the area.
  • Pike Place Fish

    86 Pike Street Seattle, WA 98101 United States - Phone: +1 206 682 7181
    Pike Place Fish is located right through the main entrance to Pike Place Market, this famous fish market makes occasional appearances in movies and on television. You can't miss the fish flying through the air. The fish and shellfish are fresh, displayed in crushed ice all around the counter. The stand sells wild salmon, yellow fin tuna, halibut, crab, prawns and more. You can have your purchase packed to take home, or the mongers will ship it anywhere. Shoppers stop to watch the fish-throwing show.
  • Brooks Brothers

    1330 Fifth Avenue Seattle, WA 98101 United States - Phone: +1 206 624 4400
    Decades ago, Brooks Brothers began producing what many consider to be the first genuinely American suit. This tradition continues as the company brings new and classic styles to the world of men's fashion. Men will find well-made suits, shoes and business casual clothing in this store. The store tries to accommodate all sizes and there is in-house tailoring available to ensure a perfect fit. There is a good selection for women and children as well. Customers can also have clothing custom-made.
  • Pike Place Market

    85 Pike Street Seattle, WA 98101 United States - Phone: +1 206 682 7453
    One of Seattle's most famous landmarks, Pike Place Market is the oldest continuously working public market in the country. Shop for fresh vegetables and fruits here or stop by Pike Place Fish to see fish fly. The market has numerous shops, including a health food and herb store, craft stores and flower stands. Stop by Sur la Table, where you'll find tools with which you can prepare your recently purchased ingredients. Don't forget to pick up fresh-baked pastries for dessert and stop at one of the restaurants for lunch or grab an authentic Seattle latte before heading home.
  • Southcenter Mall

    633 Southcenter Mall Tukwila, WA 98188 United States - Phone: +1 206 246 7400
    This major Southcenter Mall at the south end of Greater Seattle is one of the largest malls in the area. Located just minutes from SeaTac Airport, the mall has major department stores-Nordstrom, the Bon Marche, JC Penney, Sears-and more than 150 other stores and service centers, including the new Gene Juarez Salon & Spa and Avon. If you get hungry or thirsty, there is plenty to eat at the Rainier Food Court. There is free parking in the vast lots.
  • Seattle Chinatown-International District

    South King Street Seattle, WA 98104 United States - Phone: +1 206 461 5800(Tourist Information)
    You could be forgiven for forgetting you are in Seattle while walking through the Seattle Chinatown-International District. Brimming over with Japanese, Chinese, Vietnamese, Burmese and Laotian Americans, this district feels like South East Asia. This area boasts a diverse range of eating options and nightlife. Chinese New Year is the biggest event in this area and is awaited by everyone!
  • Alexandra's

    412 Olive Way Seattle, WA 98101 United States - Phone: +1 206 623 1214
    This is a consignment shop, and you will find only designer label fashions here. The inventory is large, with thousands of previously owned items to choose from. If you are looking for casual wear, formal gowns or clothing for a business meeting, you can find it here at excellent savings. Choose your designer; the shop usually has Dior, Louis Vuitton, Burberry, Chanel and many others on the racks. The shop carries clothing for both men and women.
  • Barry Bricken

    10635 Northeast Eighth Street Bellevue, WA 98004 United States - Phone: +1 425 452 8501
    This store has recently moved to its new Eighth Street location behind the old Tower Records store, but it is still convenient, only minutes from downtown Seattle. The new location can be difficult to find, but it is worth the search. The store specializes in dressing the professional woman. It features a wonderful collection of classic styles and cuts, and the majority of the clothing is made from high-quality Italian fabrics. You can find silk sweaters, suits, pants, styles from Ralph Lauren and more.
  • City Centre

    1420 Fifth Avenue Seattle, WA 98101 United States - Phone: +1 206 624 8800
    This downtown mall is not huge, but it does feature a number of high-end stores including Barneys New York, Ann Taylor, Europa for Men, Joan & David, Daniel Louis Jewelry Art and more. There are 20 stores in all and a few eating establishments, including the very popular Palomino, and of course, there is a Starbucks.
  • Carol McClellan

    606 Second Avenue Seattle, WA 98104 United States - Phone: +1 206 956 8484
    This fun store and its wares match its off-beat but up-beat neighborhood. Search the racks and you will find a fascinating and eclectic mix of styles and fashions including great fake furs, dressy gowns, hats and casual wear. Whether you want retro frumpy or contemporary slick, the store has your look. It also carries jewelry and features items from local designers, including Alicia Wullum, Cicada, Donna Rambo and others.
  • Cibola Clothing

    1501 Pike Place Seattle, WA 98101 United States - Phone: +1 206 682 5640
    Located right on the bustling mezzanine level of Pike Place Market, one of Seattle's most visited sites, this shop stocks well-matched lines of clothing and accessories all made from natural fibers. The imaginative inventory comes from around the world, from countries including India, Bali, Guatemala and many others. The shop also sells a wide selection of accessories and gifts, such as hats, bags and scarves, all created from natural fibers.
  • Warshal's Sporting Goods

    1000 First Avenue Seattle, WA 98104 United States - Phone: +1 206 624 7300
    This all-purpose sporting goods store is the place to come whether you are searching for hiking boots, a fishing rod or a fishing license. The store carries a huge variety of general sports equipment, including camping gear, hunting supplies and clothing. Thinking of a hike in Seattle's rugged surroundings? This establishment offers a wide selection of athletic shoes and hiking books, clothing for outdoor adventuring, raingear and more. Travelers can get a passport photo taken, buy a camera or pick up a souvenir T-shirt.
  • Bellevue Square

    575 Bellevue Square Bellevue, WA 98004 United States - Phone: +1 425 454 8096
    Bellevue Square, the Northwest's premier shopping destination, features more than 200 of the nation's finest stores and local boutiques, including Nordstrom, The Bon Marché, Coach, Banana Republic, Ann Taylor, Pottery Barn, Williams-Sonoma, and Crate and Barrel in its first Northwest location. Whatever you're looking for, Bellevue Square makes it easy to find.
  • Prime Outlets at Burlington

    448 Fashion Way Burlington, WA 98233 United States - Phone: +1 360 757 3548
    Located 65 miles north of Seattle, between Mount Baker and the San Juan Islands, this huge outlet center features over 50 brand-name outlet stores where you can buy a wide range of items including clothing and shoes, housewares and accessories, luggage and vitamins. Stores include Liz Claiborne, J. Crew, Jones New York, Casual Corner, Fashion Outlet, Dress Barn, Maidenform, Gap, Van Heusen, Reebok, Samsonite and others. Come for exceptional values and a huge selection.
  • Northgate Mall

    401 Northeast Northgate Way Seattle, WA 98125 United States - Phone: +1 206 362 4778 / +1 206 362 4777
    Located about 10 minutes from downtown Seattle, immediately off Interstate 5, this mall features major department stores that include Nordstrom, the Bon Marche, Gottschalks and JC Penney, as well as a large variety of smaller retail shops. In addition, the mall has a large food court and a cinema with one of Seattle's largest screens. You can park the car for free and spend the day indoors without worrying about inclement weather.
  • Redmond Town Center

    76th St & 166th Avenue Redmond, WA 98052 United States - Phone: +1 425 867 0808
    This shopping center is located in Redmond, a suburb on the other side of Lake Washington that is home to Microsoft. Unlike the usual mall, this one is open-air, which makes shopping a little more enjoyable during nice weather. The shopping center features over 100 stores and restaurants, including Borders Books and Music, Eddie Bauer and the Gap. There is also a cinema with eight screens. Spend the day.
  • David Morgan

    11812 North Creek Parkway North Bothell, WA 98011 United States - Phone: +1 425 485 2132
    David Morgan is a little spot of culture in the middle of Bothell. You'll find tons of great clothes and accessories to fill your closets here, from Scottish waxed cotton jackets to Buxton riding coats and C. C. Filson outerwear. To top it off, get an Australian Akubra hat (like Crocodile Dundee wears). There are also a wide variety of accessories including Celtic and Native American jewelry. This is a great place to buy traditional and cultural pieces to enhance your wardrobe.
  • C. C. Filson

    1555 Fourth Avenue South Seattle, WA 98134 United States - Phone: +1 206 622 3147
    Founded more than 100 years ago to supply clothing to Alaska-bound Gold Rush prospectors, C. C. Filson has always used the finest and most durable materials in its clothing, and the clothing is known worldwide as some of the finest outdoor clothing available for men and women. Today, you might need to strike it rich in a Gold Rush before shopping here because the clothes can be a bit spendy.
  • University Village

    2623 Northeast University Village Street Seattle, WA 98105 United States - Phone: +1 206 523 0622
    University Village, an outdoor shopping center, is more than your usual strip mall. Pleasant surroundings with fountains, park benches and lovely hanging potted plants make the shopping experience very pleasant. The village area is evenly split between local shops and large retail stores. You'll find The Gap, Abercrombie and Fitch, as well as home outfitters such as Pottery Barn and Eddie Bauer Home. Jewelry stores, pet stores and beauty shops are also found here, along with numerous cafes and restaurants.
  • Golden Age Collectibles

    1501 Pike Place Seattle, WA 98101 United States - Phone: +1 206 622 9799
    This popular game center features Magic: The Gathering and other similar fantasy games. This place is wild and a bit gothic, despite its location in the bland Northgate shopping district. Each room is specially decorated for its particular purpose (War Room, Mission Briefing Room and the Gathering). Tournaments are held each weekend of the month, sometimes with prizes. You'll find a variety of fantasy and role-playing games for sale here, as well as timers, rule books and multi-sided dice.
  • Party @ Display & Costume

    11201 Roosevelt Way Northeast Seattle, WA 98125 United States - Phone: +1 206 362 4810
    This is the place to go for all your party needs. With more than 5,000 items in stock, it is the ultimate source for Halloween costumes, New Year's Eve party supplies and Christmas decorations. The warehouse-like store catalogs its costumes, and the accessories are also well-organized. The workers are extremely helpful and have a great sense of humor, which is needed in a place like this. You might find it more convenient to visit the website and order supplies online.
  • Bellevue Collection

    575 Bellevue Square Bellevue, WA 98004 United States - Phone: +1 425 646 3660
    Located just across the street from Bellevue Square, this shopping center offers world-class shopping and dining. You'll find a wide range of stores, including fashion boutiques, electronic stores and home decor shops. If you get tired of shopping enjoy a meal at one of the many restaurants or watch a film at the movie theater. The Bellevue Collection has it all!
  • Ardour

    1115 First Avenue Seattle, WA 98101 United States - Phone: +1 206 292 0660
    Nestled between hotels and restaurants in downtown Seattle, this boutique may seem like a hole-in-the-wall establishment, but it is as precious as the clothing and jewelry it sells. The store sells everything from embroidered sweaters to Capri pants to necklaces with semi-precious stones. It also offers Victorian wedding garments and sparkly hair accessories. The decor here is unlike anywhere else. The original brick walls are still intact, and woven ivory sheets hang loosely from wooden beams to create a casual dressing room. The clothing is both feminine and funky.
  • REI

    222 Yale Avenue North Seattle, WA 98109 United States - Phone: +1 206 223 1944
    With a three-floor climbing wall enclosed in glass, this outdoor emporium is hard to miss. The store offers a shopping experience that is almost as much fun as the great outdoors. Customers test parkas and Gore-Tex windbreakers in a special rain booth. Hikers stomp up a simulated hill in the shoe department to test hiking boots, and climbers scale the rock face for a spectacular view of the skyline. Outside, a coffee bar provides hot drinks, while inside you'll find a juice bar and small restaurant.
  • Chubby & Tubby

    7906 Aurora Avenue North Seattle, WA 98103 United States - Phone: +1 206 524 1810
    Chubby and Tubby may be called a hardware store, but it's really much more than that. In fact, it's almost an institution for many Seattle gardeners and home improvement enthusiasts. The expansive store does carry hardware, but you will also find clothes, sportswear and sporting goods stacked in every nook and cranny. There is a large home and garden section that, in season, has some of the best and least expensive Christmas trees in town. You'll find potted plants, seedling trees and vegetable starts, potting soils and an enormous variety of gardening tools and accessories. Be sure not to overlook the patio furniture and garden statuary at very reasonable prices.
  • Open Books: A Poem Emporium

    2414 North 45th Street Seattle, WA 98103 United States - Phone: +1 206 633 0811
    If you're looking for a particular poet, or a particular book of poems, you'll almost certainly find it at this shop. The friendly owners, Christine Deavel and John Marshall are former editors of the literary journal Fine Madness, and they obviously love poetry. The store hosts readings by local authors regularly. Apart from the regular timings, the store is also open on the first Sunday of every month between 12p and 4p.
  • Pacific Place Shopping Center

    Sixth Avenue and Pine Street Seattle, WA 98101 United States - Phone: +1 206 405 2655
    For an urban Seattle shopping experience, visit this magnificent shopping center. With a cafe on the main floor and a movie theater, flanked by restaurants on the top one, this trendy complex is quite the all-in-one destination. The skylights allow natural light to filter through, illuminating the stone-colored fixtures and tiles. A variety of stores, from upscale jewelry stores to children's educational stores, can amuse a shopper for hours. Parking in the underground garage is very reasonable and makes it easy to visit nearby Nordstrom, Gameworks and Planet Hollywood.
  • Something Silver

    600 Pine Street Seattle, WA 98101 United States - Phone: +1 206 621 7800
    This local jewelry store has become so popular that it's now a growing chain throughout the Puget Sound area. With shops at Westlake Center, University Village and Bellevue Square, the store offers a delightful selection of semi-precious stones, sterling silver jewelry, and handcrafted necklaces, earrings and bracelets. The jewelry sold here is mostly non-traditional. It's more like modern wearable art. The shop does not carry many high-ticket items like gold and diamonds, but it's easy to find something lovely.
  • Left Bank Books

    92 Pike Street Seattle, WA 98101 United States - Phone: +1 206 622 0195
    One is struck immediately by the irony of this store's existence. Located right at the busy entrance to Pike Place Market, Seattle's commercial epicenter, it favors a left-leaning selection of titles. The selection includes everything from anthropology to literature and political science. The staff is knowledgeable and helpful, and the selection is comprehensive within its scope. If you've just arrived from the real Left Bank, you may find that this store goes some way toward soothing any homesickness you may feel.
  • Globe Books

    5220 University Way Northeast Seattle, WA 98105 United States - Phone: +1 206 527 2480
    Tucked away on the upper reaches of University Way is this little delight of a bookstore, which makes up for what it lacks in size through sheer over-crowded clutter. Specializing in humanities (literature through theology), it offers very reasonable prices and the buy-back rate is generous if you have titles to unload. Be aware of the lunch hour, as the sleepy staff is notorious for taking long lunches, well past the allotted time.
  • Madison Park Books

    4105 East Madison Street Seattle, WA 98112 United States - Phone: +1 206 328 7323
    This small, independent bookshop flourishes because of its friendly staff and its good location in a pleasant neighborhood a safe distance from the chain bookstores. Sunlit by two long walls of windows, the triangle-shaped store has strong collections of poetry books, children's books and coffee-table books. The shop is a comfortable place for browsing and reading and for the calm but steady flow of well-heeled families dropping in to pick up Dr. Seuss books.
  • Clog Factory

    217 First Avenue South Seattle, WA 98104 United States - Phone: +1 206 682 2564
    Nurses and young moms love these clunky, chunky shoes called clogs because they are simple, easy and give great back support. In that spirit, this shop keeps things basic with nothing but a few benches and two walls lined with the sturdy peasant footwear. Most of the selection is Scandinavian, with a fine showing by the ever-popular, and even stylish, Dansko brand. Get a pair and feel righteous about your spine.
  • John Fluevog Shoes

    205 Pine Street Seattle, WA 98101 United States - Phone: +1 206 441 1065
    Pointy, square and bulbous toes are far more pointy, square and bulbous at this fashionable shop than anywhere else in town. Long beloved of alienated teenagers in New York, Boston, San Francisco,Toronto and Vancouver, this store has become something of a hipster institution in Seattle as well. If you want shoes with toes sharp enough to stab would-be muggers, or shoes done up in high-quality tooled leather, this is your place. Come on in, pick out a pair, then start stomping.
  • Maggie's Shoes

    1927 First Avenue Seattle, WA 98102 United States - Phone: +1 206 728 5837
    Delicately made shoes, often detailed with fine straps, buttons and buckles, are the raison d'être of this shoe shop. The men's selection is almost as wide as the women's, but this is really a shop for people who appreciate elegant, understated, even feminine, footwear. Most of the shoes are imported from Italy, tested and purchased by Maggie herself on her frequent trips there. Given that, the shoes often cost less than expected.
  • Westlake Center

    400 Pine Street Seattle, WA 98101 United States - Phone: +1 206 467 1600
    Nestled in downtown, Westlake Center is a pure delight for any shopaholic. As you enter through the doors of this mall, you can wander around the light, airy floors and browse for clothing, books, jewelry and other accessories. From designer labels to department stores, all kinds of shops are housed under one roof. When hunger pangs set in, ride the escalators to the top floor and gorge on meals at the food court with its views of the city. This is a great place to spend a rainy day.
  • Bridal Images

    10630 Northeast Eighth Street Bellevue, WA 98004 United States - Phone: +1 425 454 4045
    Offering a wide selection of designer wedding gowns, this cute bridal shop, located a few blocks from the Bellevue Square shopping center, is a great place to check out when a wedding is on the agenda. The store boasts one of the largest bridesmaid dress collections in the area. The dressing rooms are huge, complete with pocket doors and mirrors to give you privacy as you select the gown of your dreams. The service is friendly and non-intrusive. Appointments are encouraged so that the bridal consultants can devote all their attention to you. You'll find that the prices are very reasonable.
  • Lyon's Antique Mall

    4516 California Avenue Southwest Seattle, WA 98116 United States - Phone: +1 206 935 9774
    Antique lovers should not miss this place. Opened more than 10 years ago in Tacoma, the antique mall outgrew its original space and moved to a location just a few minutes from downtown in West Seattle. The antique mall has around 10,000 square feet of browsing space. The shelves and display cases are absolutely packed with thousands of figurines, antiques and collectibles brought to the mall by hundreds of antique dealers.
  • The Original Levi's Store

    1512 Sixth Avenue Seattle, WA 98101 United States - Phone: +1 206 467 5152
    This store carries only Levi's products. If you are looking for a good pair of long-lasting jeans, look no further. The shop has hip-huggers, relaxed fit, baggy and every other conceivable cut. Unless you know exactly what you're looking for, the store can be overwhelming, since all jean styles look the same when folded into small squares. But the knowledgeable staff will happily help you find what you need. There is also a small selection of shirts and jackets to complete your ensemble.
  • Wallaby Station

    90 Madison Street Seattle, WA 98104 United States - Phone: +1 206 624 3882
    Finally, here is a store that recognizes the trials and tribulations of finding clothes that fit! Specializing in slacks, shirts and ties for men 5'9" and under, Wallaby Station sells everything from business attire to funky Hawaiian prints. Prices are reasonable. The staff is friendly and helpful.
  • Anderson's Antique

    10215 24th Street East Puyallup, WA 98372 United States - Phone: +1 253 952 5295
    Anderson's Antique offers a large assortment of collectible and antique items ranging from furniture to china, pottery and much more. Whatever your fascination, you will find lots of unusual pieces to match it at this antique store. If you are in search of a particular item, the staff will be happy to take special requests. And, if you have anything interesting to sell, the shop may make you an offer.
  • Supermall of the Great Northwest

    1011 Supermall Way Auburn, WA 98001 United States - Phone: +1 253 833 1790
    Supermall the Northwest's largest, lets shoppers save on popular brands. Located only 30 minutes south of Seattle and just 15 minutes from Seatle Airport, this mall features over 120 outlets, clearance and specialty stores, including many world famous brands. Once at the mall, stop-off at the Train or Carousel Court information center to pick up a free coupon book.
  • The Landing

    6317 Roosevelt Way Northeast Seattle, WA 98115 United States - Phone: +1 206 524 5747
    The Landing specializes in folk and world music. It sells primarily used compact discs, plus a few cassettes and vinyl records. You won't find much mainstream music, but the people are friendly, and you will find some interesting titles. If you are looking for something specific that is not in the store, just ask one of the helpful sales associates, who will gladly place a special order for you.
  • Sonic Boom

    514 15th Avenue East Seattle, WA 98112 United States - Phone: +1 206 568 2666
    If you are looking for the latest and hippest records and CDs, you've come to the right place. Sonic Boom has a loyal following of customers who come back for the good selection of music, which features lots of stuff by local and independent bands and labels. The sales associates are friendly and knowledgeable and will help you find exactly what you are looking for. Also drop by to learn about happenings in the music scene and to be part of live in-store performances.
  • Silver Platters

    9560 First Avenue Northeast Seattle, WA 98115 United States - Phone: +1 206 524 3472
    At Silver Platters, the word "platters" doesn't refer to vinyl records but to CDs, and that is what this music store sells. The owners claim to have the country's largest CD selection. Compact discs in every imaginable category spread as far as the eye can see, with a particularly good stock of classical titles. The store also offers a good selection of DVD movies. So, if you are finally trading in that old record player for a new CD player, come here to begin a collection.
  • Wall of Sound

    315 East Pine Street Seattle, WA 98122 United States - Phone: +1 206 441 9880
    Located in the Capitol Hill area, Wall of Sound is filled with a great selection of music from all over the world. As you browse the shelves, you'll see music by artists from Asia, Africa, North America, South America and Europe. Both new and used recordings are plentiful. If you have questions, just ask the music-savvy staff, which will happily guide you through the wide world of music.
  • Arundel Books

    1001 First Avenue Seattle, WA 98104 United States - Phone: +1 206 624 4442
    The floor-to-ceiling shelves (complete with ladders for access), the winding back rooms and the vertigo-inducing loft are all crammed with used and rare treasures. The selection ranges from specialties like Bukowski and the Beat poets to cheap sci-fi and military history. There's something for everyone, and what the shop lacks in comfort (glaring fluorescent lighting, no seats for relaxing), it makes up for in affordability.
  • Barnes & Noble Booksellers

    600 Pine Street Suite 107 Seattle, WA 98101 United States - Phone: +1 206 264 0156
    Barnes & Noble Booksellers might have feared to tread in the home of Amazon.com and beloved independent bookstores. But the combination of immense selection (in books, magazines, books on tape, CDs and computer products) and convenient Pacific Place location has won the store many fans. The staff may not always be familiar with the huge inventory, but when you can sip your latte and take naps in the armchairs unhindered, who cares?
  • David Ishii, Bookseller

    212 First Avenue South Seattle, WA 98104 United States - Phone: +1 206 622 4719
    An avuncular, bespectacled little man, David Ishii knows what he likes, and sells only what interests him. Nearest to his heart are baseball and fly fishing. Old Seattle lore often pops up, too. It's an excellent glimpse into the mind of one man and if your areas of interest happen to correspond with his, so much the better. His collection contains the very best used and rare books on his beloved topics.
  • Flora & Fauna Books

    3212 West Government Way Seattle, WA 98199 United States - Phone: +1 206 623 4727
    Flora & Fauna Books is a no-fuss basement shop focused on, yes, green things. Gardeners and naturalists flock here, as much for the knowledgeable staff's tips as the new, secondhand and rare books. But biology, natural history and other organically related topics get a generous allotment of shelf space, too. If your interests also lie beyond the natural world, join book-lovers of all stripes down the street to Elliott Bay Book Company for a wider selection of tomes.
  • Half Price Books

    4709 Roosevelt Way Northeast Seattle, WA 98105 United States - Phone: +1 206 547 7859
    The name of this store is no exaggeration, all books sold here are at least half off the cover price. Crammed into a cavernous two-storey, Half Price Books store's inventory runs from comic books to computer software to classics. And if you want to find anything specific or even useful, you'll have to hunt. But the new and used selection is unbeatable, and the staff is very helpful. There are records and magazines too.
  • Horizon Books

    425 15th Avenue East Seattle, WA 98112 United States - Phone: +1 206 329 3586
    Piled into one of the smallest shops you'll ever wriggle into, Horizon Books is a wee house on bustling 15th Avenue East. This satisfying collection of used books includes literature, history, philosophy and criticism. Surprisingly, this teeny shop has done well enough to expand into two other neighborhoods.
  • Dilettante Chocolates

    416 Broadway East Seattle, WA 98102 United States - Phone: +1 206 329 6463
    Dilettante Chocolates specializes in the creamiest, richest, most decadent chocolates. Tea, coffee and espresso drinks complement the delectable pies, mousse cakes and fruit tarts. If eating all that sugar on an empty stomach is too much to handle, there is also a variety of soups, sandwiches, salads and quiches available. The atmosphere is hip, funky and relaxed, just like any chocolate shop should be.
  • La Belle Elaine's Bridal

    140 4th Avenue North, Suite 150 Seattle, WA 98109 United States - Phone: +1 206 404 0888
    Like the other shops in the charming town of Edmonds, this bridal boutique is fun to browse. Offering the newest designs in couture as well as in-house designs, this place delights brides-to-be. Compared with other wedding boutiques in the area, Elaine's prices are truly great deals. The shop carries accessories such as headpieces, veils, shoes and petticoats. Also get in-house alterations, a convenience when buying a wedding gown or bridesmaids' dresses here. Elaine's of Edmonds has now merged with La Belle Marieé and has wonderful bridal selections.
  • Value Village

    1525 11th Avenue Seattle, WA 98122 United States - Phone: +1 206 322 7789
    If you're looking to buy inexpensive jeans, slacks, shirts and even Halloween costumes, this thrift store has the biggest and best selection at the lowest prices. If you are looking to sell, your second-hand garments are most welcome. People often find rare deals here, such as nearly new designer dresses and little-worn shoes. You can also find almost any other kind of merchandise here, including housewares and books.
  • Marcella's La Boutique

    1417 Fourth Avenue, Suite No. 200 Seattle, WA 98101 United States - Phone: +1 206 264 0700
    Not many bridal boutiques in Seattle offer you the dream-come-true experience that this downtown shop provides. Once you alight from the elevators, you are greeted by a wall of windows complemented by shiny hardwood floors. Inside, mirrors align a main room that is surrounded by comfortable dressing rooms. Princess gowns hang elegantly from dress dummies. Extra benefits are the in-house alterations, wide selection of bridesmaids' dresses and the array of shoes and other bridal accessories.
  • Boston St.

    1902 Post Alley Seattle, WA 98127 United States - Phone: +1 206 634 0580
    Today's kids are more aware of style than ever before and this store offers hip youngsters and their hip parents a wide selection of colorful, well-cut togs for sizes 0-14, including many one-of-a-kind and locally made items. This is a great place to shop for nieces and nephews or any young one on your list. Get their sizes and it's hard to go wrong. Along with clothing, the store stocks children's bedding, accessories and theme items. There is an additional store at Redmond Town Center.
  • The Yankee Peddler

    4218 East Madison Street Seattle, WA 98112 United States - Phone: +1 206 324 4218
    If Ralph Lauren had simply confined himself to one small, carefully arranged shop, he might have ended up the proprietor of this place. Filled with well-made, classically tailored suits, sweaters, shirts, skirts, ties and other items, including the Cole Haan line of shoes, this men's and women's clothier offers the look and feel of a New England old-boy establishment, with prices to match. But don't worry, no one will ask you about the Yale-Harvard game.
  • Metsker Maps

    1511 1st Avenue Seattle, WA 98101 United States - Phone: +1 206 623 8747
    An armchair traveler's delight, this shop offers real maps including roadmaps, folding maps, laminated maps, international and hiking maps, posters of maps, satellite images, antique exploration charts and tacks to pin them up with. Globes, including one that lights up, round out the cartography section. Upstairs you will find travel books, guides to flora and fauna and plenty to inspire real-life exploration. This place even sells hiking permits for Washington's state parks.
  • Silberman Brown Stationery

    417 University Street Seattle, WA 98101 United States - Phone: +1 206 292 9404
    This is not a place to visit for practical office hardware, rather, this is a place that worships beauty above all things. Photo albums are carefully tooled in leather. Stamp cases are made of painted porcelain, business card cases of engraved silver. The shop offers good fountain pen advice and repair, as well as an extensive stationery and invitation ordering service.
  • Crossroads Shopping Center

    15600 Northeast Eighth Street, 156th Avenue Bellevue, WA 98008 United States - Phone: +1 425 644 1111
    This shopping center offers more than just restaurants and stores. It is a place for culture as well. Learn about different ethnicity during the cultural celebrations that take place here periodically. Most are dance performances, but there are also crafts bazaars. These events are presented by the Ethnic Hertiage Council and sponsored by local companies and arts commissions. Call the information line to learn when the special events are scheduled.
  • Crossroads Trading Company

    325 Broadway Avenue East Seattle, WA 98102 United States - Phone: +1 206 328 5867
    Located in the middle of the hip Capitol Hill neighborhood, this secondhand clothing store sells, trades and buys women's and men's clothing as well as shoes and accessories. Because of the area's ever-evolving fashion sense, the store tends to be a little trendier than its competition. The in-store purchasers will pay cash for your secondhand items. You must be 18 or over to sell or trade.
  • University Bookstore

    4326 University Way Northeast Seattle, WA 98105 United States - Phone: +1 206 634 3400
    Known as the largest student bookstore in the United States, this bookstore fills two large floors right off of the University of Washington campus. It contains virtually any book a student or bibliophile might require. In addition to textbooks, the store offers a wide array of classic literature, magazines and study aides, plus day planners, backpacks, school supplies, art supplies, CDs, gifts, toiletries and electronics. There's also a coffee bar near the busy main entrance.
  • Opthalarium Eye Wear

    550 106th Avenue Bellevue, WA 98004 United States - Phone: +1 425 452 1934
    Located in the Bellevue Galleria, this shop is different from most in its perspective on eye wear. With its unusual advertisements, in which artists such as Van Gogh and Rembrandt sport casual and elegant glasses, the store emphasizes the importance of finding the right pair of glasses to flatter your face and express the inner you. Owner, Lee Haldstrom, is a pure delight in his eye for detail and his enthusiasm for finding the perfect frame for each customer.
  • Great Wall Shopping Mall

    18230 East Valley Highway Kent, WA 98032 United States - Phone: +1 425 251 1600
    It's got battlements and stone lions, but the entire facade disguises a Pan-Asian shopping mall in the Seattle-Tacoma suburban corridor. Here, you can get practically anything and everything Asian, foodstuff, such as live fish and dried seaweed at the 99 Ranch Market, treats, such as tapioca pearl iced tea at Mak's, and therapeutic goods such as Indonesian bird's nest at Pacific Herb and Grocery. Get your hair styled, take out a loan, eat a bowl of noodles, flip through a Chinese tabloid and buy some Pokémon cards. Then find your car in the immense parking lot to tote it all home.
  • Michael W Farrell Jewelers

    324 15th Avenue East Seattle, WA 98112 United States - Phone: +1 206 324 1582
    With low ceilings and display cases padded in lush velvet, this is a shrine to vintage costume jewelry and watch design. Wish you could look as elegant as Edward and Mrs.Simpson? Browse this shop's collection of mid-century wrist pieces and gem-studded brooches. The watch repair service is excellent. If you've got a broken mechanical watch, give this place a try.
  • Take 2

    430 15th Avenue East Seattle, WA 98112 United States - Phone: +1 206 324 2569
    For a secondhand shop, this one is remarkably well-lit and arranged, and once you get a look at some of the labels, you'll understand why. This isn't a designer thrift shop, but a good percentage of its wares are seconds from department stores and higher-end boutiques, while the rest are gently used professional and casual attire. So, if you need stylish clothing at good prices, this is the place. The selection changes regularly. Just watch out for the inadequately curtained dressing rooms at the back.
  • Isadora's Antique Jewelry

    1601 First Avenue Seattle, WA 98101 United States - Phone: +1 206 441 7711
    Once your eyes grow accustomed to the dimness of this shop, they'll widen at the array of preserved elegance. The specialty here is fine antique jewelry. The estate jewelry ranges from antique engagement rings with all manner of precious stones to original pieces from the Victorian era. A large selection of Art Deco jewelry is a big draw at Isadora's. This store definitely has that special, unique piece to make anyone's eyes sparkle with delight.
  • Louie Permelia

    2088 Bellevue Square Bellevue, WA 98004 United States - Phone: +1 425 451 7172
    Women in the Puget Sound area are fortunate to have this smart and stylish clothing store chain. From evening elegance to daytime playfulness, this Bellevue Square boutique has clothes and accessories for every mood. While the prices are high, the quality of the clothing, the exquisite fabrics and thoughtful designs all make for good value. There are additional locations at Pacific Place Shopping Center and Redmond Town Center.
  • Parkplace Books

    348 Parkplace Center Kirkland, WA 98033 United States - Phone: +1 425 828 6546
    Located in the heart of downtown Kirkland, this quaint bookstore is truly a neighborhood spot. Locals and regulars stream in steadily for a complimentary cup of coffee and a good read. The shop stocks a wide variety of topics, but there is a strong focus on fiction, mystery and children's books. The knowledgeable staff puts its recommendations on the shelves making it just a little easier to narrow your search. Ask about author readings and book signings, and come early because space fills quickly for these events. Call for event schedules.
  • Peter Miller (Architecture and Design Books)

    1930 First Avenue Seattle, WA 98101 United States - Phone: +1 206 441 4114
    If you are an architect, if you know an architect, or if you are just interested in architecture, then this is the store for you. The bright modern space is filled with a wide selection of architectural books and implements that will keep you browsing for hours. There is a selection of new, used and out-of-print books, as well as architectural gadgets from around the world, including top-quality tools from Europe and Japan.
  • Seattle Mystery Bookshop

    117 Cherry Street Seattle, WA 98104 United States - Phone: +1 206 587 5737
    It seems fitting that a mystery bookstore should be located in historic Pioneer Square with its somewhat mysterious atmosphere. Mystery and intrigue abound on the shelves of this store, from the latest releases to old standbys like Sherlock Holmes, from whodunits to true crime. For collectors and would-be detectives, the shop also has rare first editions and out-of-print mysteries. Pick up a schedule of author appearances at the store, or call for dates and times.
  • Secret Garden Books

    2214 Northwest Market Street Seattle, WA 98107 United States - Phone: +1 206 789 5006
    For more than 22 years (and through three owners), this bookstore has been delighting parents and children alike with its wonderful collection of hand-picked books. For children there are non-fiction, biography and poetry books. For adults there are books on parenting and about children, plus general-interest books. But for children and adults, the emphasis here is on literature. The shop regularly invites school groups to meet authors for readings and workshops.
  • Wessel and Lieberman

    208 First Avenue South Seattle, WA 98104 United States - Phone: +1 206 682 3545
    This bookseller, located in a subterranean shop in Pioneer Square, offers a wonderful selection of fine and collectable books. It is a high-quality shop that specializes in first edition fiction, Western Americana and books about books. There are many one-of-a-kind books, and rare or unusual books including take-apart books, miniature books, books in cigar-box covers and much more. To really appreciate this store, you must visit often.
  • Istina

    2804 East Madison Street Seattle, WA 98112 United States - Phone: +1 206 322 6527
    This boutique in the upscale Madison Park area offers tasteful clothes and accessories for women. Istina, the owner and designer, creates a unique line of contemporary apparel exclusively for the store that utilizes a variety of textures and colors. The pieces are loosely structured allowing them to flow freely and elegantly, making them ideal for either work or evening. Along with the Istina line, the shop stocks lines from 12 other quality designers.
  • Via Lago

    129 Lake Street Kirkland, WA 98033 United States - Phone: +1 425 893 9191
    The moment you walk into this Cape Cod-style boutique and onto the highly polished wood floors, you'll know you're in a quality establishment. The interior is light and bright, and the walls and racks are lined with a wonderful array of upscale women's apparel. The clothes are contemporary and chic while maintaining the comfort and ease that today's businesswoman is looking for. The staff is helpful and accustomed to answering questions about upcoming trends.
  • Bebe

    600 Pine Street Seattle, WA 98101 United States - Phone: +1 206 442 9410
    Aimed at young, contemporary, fashion-minded women, this shop carries higher-end apparel. The store is light and bright, and it often stocks just a few primary colors that coordinate well from one piece to another. Structured suits, dresses and little skirts line the walls and fill the racks. Each piece could become an essential part of your work or play wardrobe. Come in and find what you've been looking for in clothing and accessories.
  • Arcade Smoke Shop

    1522 Fifth Avenue Seattle, WA 98101 United States - Phone: +1 206 587 0159
    The fluorescent lighting detracts from the smoky glamour, but if you're a serious nicotine fan, you won't care. Paraphernalia at Arcade Smoke Shop include lacquered wooden humidors, gleaming silver Zippo lighters, shiny wooden Dunhill pipes, and metal and leather cigarette and cigar cases. And, yes, it sells plenty of cigars, pipe tobacco and cigarettes, too.
  • Pioneer Square

    Pioneer Square Seattle, WA 98108 United States - Phone: +1 866 732 2695(Tourist Information)
    Here, where the streets of downtown's business district angle down around Elliott Bay to the south, are the flatlands where Seattle was first built. Nightclubs, art galleries, tourist shops, design firms and restaurants dominate Pioneer Square. The area's First Thursday arts walk draws huge crowds to the studios, galleries and street performers, and the nightclubs keep the neighborhood buzzing with activity till wee hours of morn'. The kitschy Underground Tour explaining Seattle's early history is a perennial tourist favorite, as is the more sober Klondike Gold Rush Museum, which details the Yukon gold fever that made Seattle richer. Yesler Way, which slices the neighborhood in half, has a footnote in history as the original "skid row". There are also several small parks in the area, including the quiet Waterfall Park, the shady cobblestones of Occidental Park, and the totem-pole decorated triangle at First and Yesler, Pioneer Place Park. The neighborhood also marks the popular shopping destination of the city, famous for all kinds of knickknacks such as tapestries, rare artworks, books and what-nots!
  • Lifelong Aids Lifelong Thrift Store

    1017 East Union Street Seattle, WA 98122 United States - Phone: +1 206 328 8979 / +1 206 957 1655
    Lifelong Aids Lifelong Thrift Store  on raucous Jackson Street has become remarkably popular since it has a constantly changing selection of good-quality clothing, shoes, hats, dish ware and bric-a-brac. The selection here is usually a bit more stylish than at Goodwill or the Salvation Army. The prices, however, remain low. Proceeds provide food and services to people suffering from AIDS.
  • Broadway Market

    401 Broadway Avenue East Seattle, WA 98102 United States - Phone: +1 206 322 1610
    Broadway Market has undergone many changes over the years but continues to meet the needs of the Capitol Hill locals. Besides being the only public space protected from the rain, the market also offers the only public parking garage. It does have a Gap, an Urban Outfitters, a Gold's Gym and a QFC, but it's also got funky stores and restaurants with a twist. Independent vendors sell jewelry and other knick-knacks from pushcarts, and there are indispensable services such as a video rental shop, a shoe repair shop, and a florist. While it functions as an indoor shopping center, the layout evokes its past as a slightly more hip and fiercely independent public center.
  • Panache

    225 Broadway Avenue East Seattle, WA 98102 United States - Phone: +1 206 726 3300
    There are at least two other shops in town named for the plume on Cyrano de Bergerac's hat, but they've got nothing on the fabulousness of this Capitol Hill shop called Panache. Garish nail polish, poufy scarves, snug hats, chunky sunglasses and delicate jewelry take up half this shop, while cheap party clothing for pretty young things, male and female, occupies the other half. If you're looking for glittery, stretchy, synthetic tops, miniskirts and trousers, look here. But the serious shopper usually heads for the extensive shoe section at the front of the store, where solid meets trendy in the form of boots, oxfords, loafers and strappy dance shoes.
  • University District

    Northeast 45th Street Seattle, WA 98105 United States - Phone: +1 206 547 4417
    The neighborhood immediately to the west of the University of Washington attracts students and locals for shopping, snacking and strolling. The main thoroughfare, University Way (formerly 14th Avenue) is usually referred to by its nickname, "the Ave." Neptune, Varsity and Grand Illusion cinemas are located here, as are numerous coffeehouses: Cafe Allegro and Perkengrüven among them. Shops sell futons, trendy shoes and cheap clothing. The large University Bookstore anchors the neighborhood.
  • Bliss

    3501 Fremont Place North Seattle, WA 98103 United States - Phone: +1 206 632 6695
    Located on a triangle-shaped corner just under the Empty Space Theater, smack in the heart of Fremont, this alluring shop is owned by the same company that runs Dream across the street. This shop caters to the modish, moneyed urban career woman. You'll find shantung silk suits, shimmery sheer men's shirts tailored with princess seams, pashmina scarves and the like on every wall. The younger set will appreciate the gaudily embroidered cardigans and cropped trousers. There are also candles, soaps and jewelry. The shop, with windows on nearly all sides, is brightly lit all day, matching the sales staff.
  • Dream

    3427 Fremont Place North Seattle, WA 98103 United States - Phone: +1 206 547 1211
    Like Bliss, its sister shop across the street, this women's clothier is friendly and hip, but the emphasis here is on natural fabrics (think hemp) and larger sizes rather than groovy synthetics and fashionably tiny waists. Crinkly silk, furry cashmere and blousy cotton are everywhere. There's also a nice selection of bags, as well as the requisite jewelry/soap/candle collection.
  • Dimitriou's Jazz Alley

    2033 Sixth Avenue Seattle, WA 98121 United States - Phone: +1 206 441 9729
    Moved to its current downtown location in 1985 and renovated in 1990, Seattle's premier jazz club brings artists of international standing, including the likes of Nancy Wilson, Lionel Hampton and Cleo Laine. The dinner menu features a varied selection of Northwest and Mediterranean dishes. The well-rounded offerings feature seafood, grilled meats, and options for vegetarians. There's a full bar and a private room that holds 275.
  • Art Bar

    1516 Second Avenue Seattle, WA 98101 United States - Phone: +1 206 622 4344
    This arty place has high ceilings and an exposed brick wall, which displays bright paintings and modern sculptures. Every night there is live entertainment, ranging from poets to jazz to disc jockeys, with cover charge for live music. A quieter back lounge has two pool tables. The fare is basic but good, and includes soups, salads and finger food, and hot and cold sandwiches. The full bar has 13 beers on tap and more in bottles, plus a decent selection of wines.
  • 13 Coins

    125 Boren Avenue North Seattle, WA 98109 United States - Phone: +1 206 682 2513
    If you're a night owl, you probably already know about this place, and if not, you should. It's about as close to fine dining as you'll find in a 24-hour restaurant, but be prepared to wait for a table in the smoky waiting area. Sit at the food bar in a high-backed chair and watch your meal expertly cooked or take a very private booth. There are more than 125 items on the menu, from omelets to lobster.
  • Doc Maynard's Public House

    610 First Avenue Seattle, WA 98104 United States - Phone: +1 206 682 3705
    This long-established Pioneer Square nightspot attracts a young, mostly collegiate crowd to its bill of blues, rock, pop and jazz artists. Located in a venerable Seattle building, Doc Maynard's Public House features music that's often great. You'll taste the riffs in your beer. It's loud and hectic, so it's hard to chat, but no one seems to mind. During the day, the Seattle Underground Tour leaves from here. Full bar service is available.
  • The Crocodile

    2200 Second Avenue Seattle, WA 98121 United States - Phone: +1 206 441 4618
    Just look for the crocodile skin-patterned sign in the window and you'll have found this popular hangout. Part eclectic diner, part rock club, it draws people from all over to its location in chic Belltown. Famous rock stars that have Seattle roots have been known to play inexpensive, unannounced shows at this location. There is a full bar and a full menu of burgers like the Cajun Burger is especially popular.
  • Emerald Queen Casino

    2024 East 29th Street Tacoma, WA 98404 United States - Phone: +1 253 594 7777
    At this casino you will feel like you are on the Mississippi in the 1800s. Located on an authentic riverboat and operated by the Puyallup Tribe, this elegant casino has a staff dressed in period garb and antiques located throughout the boat to help transport you back in time. Step aboard and try your luck. Events are frequently held here as well, which just makes Queens a more fun place to be at. The casino also features frequent live entertainment for which tickets are required. Want to celebrate your birthday or a special event? Do it at the Casino and have an experience you won't forget. Please call ahead for visiting hours.
  • Parker's Casino & Niteclub

    17001 Aurora Avenue North Shoreline, WA 98133 United States - Phone: +1 206 546 6161
    For many years this has been a reliable place to catch stars on their way up, their way down, in their twilight years or when they just agree to play the venue. Ray Charles, B.B. King and Blue Oyster Cult have all played here. There is a full bar and a dance floor, but this is also a sports bar. And because it is just across the Seattle city limit line, it is now a casino with blackjack, progressive blackjack and Chinese poker.
  • Skagit Valley Casino Resort

    5984 North Darrk Lane Bow, WA 98232 United States - Phone: +1 360 724 7777
    Located about 75 miles north of the Seattle, Skagit Valley Casino Resort offers your pick of baccarat, craps, poker, blackjack and roulette, as well as electronic games and a keno lounge. If gambling works up a hunger or thirst, there are three restaurants to choose from—Moon Beach, a fine dining restaurant serving seafood and steak; Market Buffet and Grill, offering international cuisine; and Northern Lights Deli, offering huge sandwiches, salads and soups. Also check out the casino's new 103-room hotel with conference rooms and a 450-seat showroom. The place opens daily from 9a.
  • Suquamish Clearwater Casino

    15347 Suquamish Way Northeast Suquamish, WA 98392 United States - Phone: +1 360 598 8700
    Located just outside Poulsbo on the Kitsap Peninsula, a short ferry ride from Seattle, this casino features blackjack, craps, Caribbean stud and Pai Gow poker, roulette, slots, live keno and bingo, plus live music on Fridays and Saturdays. The casino has no lodging, but there are hotels nearby. The casino offers a free shuttle from the ferry terminal. Buffet-style meals include an all-you-can-eat salad bar, main course and dessert, and the buffet has a different theme every day of the week.
  • Mona's on Latona

    6421 Latona Avenue Northeast Seattle, WA 98115 United States - Phone: +1 206 526 1188
    Namesake Mona Lisa might find much to smile about here. This enchanting spot manages to combine elegant service and great food with a convivial atmosphere. This place is recommended for romantic occasions. The dusky lighting and unimposing music encourage warm conversation. The menu changes often, but you can expect favorites like steamed shellfish, prime-grade steaks and intriguing salads. There is a full bar in the adjacent dining room, with a tapas menu.
  • Conor Byrne's Pub

    5140 Ballard Avenue Northwest Seattle, WA 98107 United States - Phone: +1 206 784 3640
    Grab a Guinness and a chair and sit back against the warm brick walls of this engaging Irish pub to enjoy the scene. There is a long, mirrored bar and the main floor is full of calm regulars and boisterous Irish-music enthusiasts. Open fiddling and dancing nights, as well as local bands including house band the Suffering Gaels, fill up the weekly schedule. Those looking for low-impact exercise can play pool or throw darts.
  • The Baltic Room

    1207 Pine Street Seattle, WA 98101 United States - Phone: +1 206 625 4444
    With bare tables graced with candles, and dim atmosphere enhanced by stars punched into the ceiling, this always-packed bar attracts a crowd of mainly young people. The loft gives an excellent sky-high vantage point. The tiny stage features top-notch soul, latin, jazz and blues artists and visiting DJs.
  • Tractor Tavern

    5213 Ballard Avenue Northwest Seattle, WA 98107 United States - Phone: +1 206 789 3599
    Tractor Tavern is a down and dirty home for blues, foot-stomping rock, country, bluegrass, folk and Celtic music. If it's twangy, it's here. Shows blare into the street nearly every night of the week, and the space fills up faster than you might expect. A full bar is also available.
  • Neighbours

    1509 Broadway Seattle, WA 98122 United States - Phone: +1 206 324 5358
    This dimly lit joint, located on Broadway, predates the Australian television show of the same name by a good many years. Step in, and you're bound to find an eclectic mix of people; divas, DJs, drag queens, you name it.  The club boasts of being one of the longest running GLBT nightclubs in the city, and going by its popularity, it doesn't look like that's going to change anytime soon. Expectedly, the clientele is by and large gay, but everyone is welcome here for a good time. Dance floor remains perennially packed and the music is predominantly dance, usually Top 40 or disco. Regularly host to some great acts and live performances, Neighbours is most certainly one of the best GLBT nightclubs in the city.
  • The Backdoor Ultra Lounge

    503 3rd Avenue Seattle, WA 98104 United States - Phone: +1 206 622 7665
    A scene for the late-20s hipster crowd, this lounge features live piano music, 1970s disco music, swing and a weekly DJ event as well. You may want to do a little shopping or dig through your closet before you come because people come dressed from the past in thrift store goods. Decor is strictly 70s with lounge chairs and funky lamps and artwork. House cocktails and martinis are excellent. Board games are available for entertainment if the small dance floor gets too crowded.
  • The Central Saloon

    207 First Avenue South Seattle, WA 98104 United States - Phone: +1 206 622 0209
    Located in Pioneer Square, this is one of the oldest pubs in Seattle. The narrow bar stretches to the back, where tables and chairs face a small stage. Jazz, reggae, rock or blues plays here almost nightly, making this a great place to catch live music. The saloon offers a menu of decent fish, pork and chicken dishes, and the full bar has a wide selection of microbrews on tap. The Central participates in the Pioneer Square joint cover.
  • The Cuff

    1533 13th Avenue Seattle, WA 98122 United States - Phone: +1 206 323 1525
    Opened in 1993, this bar became a nightclub in 1998 by adding a dance floor, full bar and full menu. Here there's a typical bar atmosphere complete with pool tables, darts and pinball machines. The facility actually consists of four bars, two with DJs, and there's also a cafe and patio. The food is Cajun, and even when the kitchen is closed you can still order cold sandwiches and wraps.
  • DV8

    131 Taylor Avenue North Seattle, WA 98109 United States - Phone: +1 206 448 0888
    Known as Skoochies in the early '80s, then Oz, this place carries the teen dance club torch. The enormous venue caters to those 18-20 (ID required). Local DJs spin tunes for the energetic, well-dressed crowd of high school students and young adults. The large dance floor accommodates about 200 people. Pool tables provide alternative entertainment. Local bands play here occasionally, and when they do, expect the cover charge to increase a bit. The bar serves expensive non-alcoholic beverages. Look sharp-the club enforces a dress-to-impress dress code.
  • Century Ballroom

    915 East Pine Street Seattle, WA 98122 United States - Phone: +1 206 324 7263
    This beautiful mid-20th Century Ballroom boasts one of the largest dance floors in Seattle. With 2,000 square feet, there's plenty of room for everyone. Take lessons in salsa, lindy hop and East Coast swing, starting with the basics. Once you've got your moves, you're ready to attend the ballroom's full range of dance events, held year-round. The ballroom allows no smoking, and is restricted to those over 21. An on site cafe offers breakfast, lunch and dinner. Refuel your rhythmic body at the cafe on the premises.
  • Alibi Room

    85 Pike Street Seattle, WA 98101 United States - Phone: +1 206 623 3180
    Situated down a cobblestone alley by Pike Place Market, this little restaurant called Alibi Room attracts members of the film and arts crowd. The arty two-story restaurant has wooden tables and chairs, with a private room and bar downstairs. Subdued lights and cozy seating lend an intimate vibe to the place. A bookcase near the entrance is filled with play and movie scripts for browsing. On weekends, some of the city's top DJs spin thumping dance beats to the crowd of dancers. The food is healthy Mediterranean, featuring sandwiches, pasta and salads for lunch. Dinners include red beans and rice, grilled beef tenderloin and seared salmon.
  • Vito's Madison Grill

    927 Ninth Avenue Seattle, WA 98104 United States - Phone: +1 206 682 2695
    From the red walls, ceiling and booths to the white tablecloths, this restaurant offers old-school Italian decor. During the lunch and dinner hours, it is a great place for inexpensive dining and drinking on First Hill. You can choose from rich pasta dishes or splurge on a surf-n-turf combo. Late nights bring out the disco divas, and this place fills up early. Some nights it offers live music, others a DJ. Either way, the place will be jumping until closing time.
  • Re-Bar

    1114 Howell Street Seattle, WA 98101 United States - Phone: +1 206 233 9873
    Home to some of Seattle's best live entertainment, this remarkable club serves up everything from house music to delightfully subversive plays. Featuring weekly theme nights, it remains a trailblazing gay bar, attracting patrons to its fabulous and hysterical productions. The intimate venue has two rooms and a tiny but fully stocked bar. The place can get pretty crowded on weekends. Don't miss the frequent and magnificent Drag King contests.
  • Julia's in Wallingford

    1714 North 44th Street Seattle, WA 98103 United States - Phone: +1 206 633 1175 / +1 206 334 0513
    One of Seattle's best places for brunch, this cafe serves remarkable Breakfast Burritos, Potatoes O'Brien and Orange French Toast. The portions are plentiful, the prices reasonable, the room sunny, and of course, the lines legendary. In addition to its excellent breakfasts, it boasts a killer Strawberry Shortcake and a live jazz pianist from 7p-10p every Thursday, Friday and Saturday. So bring the kids, grab a paper, put your name in and wander through Wide World Books and Maps next door before treating yourself to a fresh, delicious meal.
  • The Little Red Hen

    7115 Woodlawn Avenue Northeast Seattle, WA 98115 United States - Phone: +1 206 522 1168
    One of the few joints in Seattle where a true country-and-western lover can stomp his boots or twirl her skirt, this place has been a regular haunt for 45 years. Featuring a wide array of local bands and weekly country karaoke nights, the Hen offers something for every C&W fan. It also has some of the tastiest Chicken-Fried Steak around. The bar is boisterous and playful, the bartenders friendly and generous. There are line dancing classes every Saturday night and lots of friendly regulars dying to pass on their skills.
  • Scarlet Tree Restaurant & Lounge

    801 Northeast 65th Street Seattle, WA 98115 United States - Phone: +1 206 523 8888
    This place has two faces and they blend magnificently. By day it's a sunny cafe specializing in complicated and delicious egg dishes. By night, it becomes a smoky lounge showcasing local jazz bands and serving shots. The supremely comfortable joint caters to university students who make up the majority of its clientèle. The lounge features live music five nights a week. Go for a show and come back the next morning for breakfast.
  • El Corazón

    109 Eastlake Avenue East Seattle, WA 98109 United States - Phone: +1 206 381 3094
    Formerly known as Graceland, this giant club has been around under various names and managements since the early days of grunge. There are two separate bar areas, a large stage and a decent sound system. With Wednesday drink specials, frequent age-no-bar shows and a great variety of local bands, this is the place to go when you're in the mood to rock.
  • Contour

    807 First Avenue Seattle, WA 98104 United States - Phone: +1 206 447 7704
    Not many nightclubs double as elegant lunch spots, but this tiny, art-filled place does. Space-age tubular lighting, glitzy statues and large-scale paintings are not your typical nightclub decor. Large windows along the front allow for open-air seating on hot summer nights, and for a refreshingly cool dance floor. Weekday lunch specials are a great bargain, and the Happy Hour from 4p-7p features spicy snacks and cheap well drinks. Nightly live music ranges from reggae to funk to industrial.
  • Seattle's Best Karaoke

    1818 Minor Avenue Seattle, WA 98101 United States - Phone: +1 206 343 6599
    Sing until the wee hours in your own private karaoke room. Rooms hold at least eight people. Choose from thousands of songs in four languages on high-quality systems. Customers provide their own snacks and alcohol, but the establishment does sell soft drinks and blank tapes. Reservations are suggested, especially for later times and weekends.
  • Elliott Bay Brewery Pub

    4720 California Avenue Southwest Seattle, WA 98116 United States - Phone: +1 206 932 8695
    A series of brewers have tried their luck with this West Seattle Junction location. This latest opened here in 1997 and attempts to broaden its appeal by catering to families and hip urbanites. The decor favors brass, and the smoking section's location upstairs with the pool tables keeps the air fresher downstairs. The pub has 10 beers on tap, six brewed onsite. There's also root beer on tap for the kids. Burgers and sandwiches dominate the menu. Hear live folk and jazz music most Saturdays. Call ahead for hours.
  • Lulu's

    421 Second Avenue Seattle, WA 98104 United States - Phone: +1 206 342 9457
    Pioneer Square is known more for boisterous action than quiet romanticism, but this restaurant has won great acclaim as an intimate place to bring a date. As the pianist takes to the ivories, order a bottle of wine and hold hands with your sweetie under the table. The menu features Mediterranean cuisine. Start off your meal with bruschetta spread with kalamata olives, or try the succulent calamari. The pastas, salads, and meat courses are all bursting with robust flavors. End on a sweet note by sharing a dessert with your date for which the chocolate mousse is a winner. On weekends after dinner, the place turns into a nightclub.
  • Triple Door

    216 Union Street Seattle, WA 98101 United States - Phone: +1 206 838 4333
    The Triple Door is in the building that housed the Embassy Theatre, built in 1926, and a lot of the old decor from the original vaudeville house is still in evidence. The purpose of the Triple Door is to give an experience with the best in sound, lighting, atmosphere, and hospitality. When all of these elements come together, which they do at the Triple Door, it gives the audience something that can only happen with the performance of live music. It is this exceptional experience that makes the Triple Door a thrilling venue for live music. (Triple Door serves food and alcohol. In the adjacent Musicquarium there are live shows.)
  • Fu Kun Wu at Thaiku

    5410 Ballard Avenue Northwest Seattle, WA 98107 United States - Phone: +1 206 706 7807
    Situated at the back of the Thaiku restaurant Fu Kun Wu is an eatery, which serves delicious Thai cuisine along with an array of drinks. Carved teak wood furniture and soft lighting lend a relaxed feel to the atmosphere and encourage you to indulge in a drink before the meal. Try one of the herbal cocktails or the martini with Oolong tea – it is a favorite among the patrons. And if you are in the mood to get into the mood, then go for Yohito – it is sure to stimulate just the right nerve!
  • EMP Sky Church

    325 Fifth Avenue North Seattle, WA 98109 United States - Phone: +1 206 770 2700
    There's nothing religious about EMP Sky Church, though hard-core music fans will beg to differ. One can experience it all here - blues, jazz, hip-hop, funk, punk, country and rock n' roll, to name a few. Special events include live performances, as well as exhibitions that delve into musical history. The 140,000 square foot building is designed with exhibits and artifacts that lose its patrons in the world of rhythm and melody. There's always something going on here and even the musically disinclined will leave the place feeling touched in some way. Come, strike a chord!
  • Neumos

    925 East Pike Street Seattle, WA 98122 United States - Phone: +1 206 709 9467
    Winding your way out to the spacious main performance room, and it is easy to see why countless Seattleites have fallen in love with this venue. Reinvented in honor of the 90s staple Moe's Mo' Rockin' Café, which hosted now famous bands like Radiohead and The Flaming Lips, this venue is hot with up-and-coming artists. See bands like Camera Obscura, Band of Horses and Animal Collective, or attend any one of their popular hip-hop nights that often turn into a dance competition. Smaller than the local venue The Show Box, but larger than the Crocodile Café, this fills an important gap in Seattle's music scene.
  • Chop Suey

    1325 East Madison Seattle, WA 98122 United States - Phone: +1 206 324 8000
    American rock blends with Chinese kitsch at this popular hangout Chop Suey, a combination leading hipster crowds to flock in to hear their favorite bands perform. Red lanterns, dark wood, and a pagoda-styled stage lend a mysterious air to the interior, where some of Seattle's hottest local groups play side-by-side with nationally touring performers. With large dance floors, extensive bars, and seductive lounge-rooms, Chop Suey offers more of a nightclub atmosphere than many comparable venues, making it a multi-functional stage where fans of rock music feel just as at home as those seeking the mellow beats of the hottest electronica groups. The calendar is full of performances, so be sure to check out the website for the latest updates and information on age restrictions for each night.
  • High Dive

    513 North 36th Street Seattle, WA 98103 United States - Phone: +1 206 632 0212
    High Dive is a great place where people can mingle, dine, and check out live music. The menu offers a variety of dishes whose meats are hand-rubbed and cold-smoked. In addition to great food, High Dive's other focus is its rocking atmosphere where new talents can be seen. High Dive supports the music industry and books local and out-of-town bands to play at their club/restaurant. If you enjoy high-energy places with great food and music, High Dive is certainly the place to be.
  • Havana

    1010 East Pike Street Seattle, WA 98122 United States - Phone: +1 206 323 2822
    Havana brings a bit of summer year round to rainy Seattle. Its original tin roof and light fixtures, marble bar, big red booths and palm trees create an authentic feel of vintage Cuba. A welcome change from the crowded clubs and posh lounge scene, Havana offers a fun and sociable setting on weeknights as well as DJ's and a packed dance floor on the weekend. The island theme carries over to the bar with a list of innovative twists on classic rum cocktails, but a nice list of top shelf scotches and cheap local brew Olympia on tap ensure there is something for everyone.
  • Viceroy

    2332 Second Avenue Seattle, WA 98121 United States - Phone: +1 206 956 8423
    Combining today's urban style with hints of the 70's, Viceroy is a great late-night place for those looking for good cocktails and music. Viceroy's atmosphere is chic with a vintage appeal as it's decorated with a wall-mounted boar and a den with brown-leather couches. The musical ambiance is comprised of the DJs' sets that feature Motown, funk, 80's, and so much more. The drinks are affordable and happy hour is daily (5p-8p). Viceroy can also accommodate private parties.
  • St. Clouds

    1131 34th Avenue Seattle, WA 98122 United States - Phone: +1 206 726 1522
    St. Clouds is a place the whole family can enjoy. The food here is good and reasonably priced and you can also enjoy live music. On weekdays the bar is open till midnight and on weekends till 2a in the morning. Not only does St. Clouds bask in its own glory, it also takes care of the needs of the less fortunate families in the society. Orphans who come here, find a sense of belonging. The owners, Paul Butler and John Platt are kind hearted folks as they always open their kitchen to people in need! On Fridays and Saturdays it remains open till midnight.
  • fado irish pub & restaurant

    801 1st Avenue Seattle, WA 98104 United States - Phone: +1 206 264 2700
    Bringing to Seattle a touch of warm Irish hospitality, cool cocktails and great food is this Fado outlet. The regulars swear by its authentic Irish decor with wooden furniture and traditional artifacts. There are special theme areas for parties. Enjoy the contemporary Irish music playing live or watch European sports while sampling a good variety of appetizers.
  • The New Orleans Creole Restaurant

    114 First Avenue South Seattle, WA 98104 United States - Phone: +1 206 622 2563
    Does your heart beat to the rhythm of jazz and blues? Whether it is a casual lunch or a friendly dinner, pop into this old Seattle favorite to have a relaxing time. Affordable and convenient, New Orleans serves a large array of specialties from back home along with exotic cocktails. Seafood, steaks and the signature chicory coffee is a favorite with regulars. For music lovers, this place truly rocks.
  • Trinity

    111 Yesler Way Seattle, WA 98104 United States - Phone: +1 206 447 4140
    This nightclub located in downtown Seattle has the city's biggest dance floor, spinning music from both national and local DJs. It has state of the art sound and light effects. The feel in the club ranges from eclectic to ethereal. It has a classy VIP room which overlooks the dance floor from the balcony level. This club is ideal for 20 somethings who like clubbing on a huge scale. Friday and Saturday nights are really alive when the huge dance floor opens up for the party goers.
  • Mainstage Comedy and Music Club

    315 1st Avenue North Seattle, WA 98109 United States - Phone: +1 206 217 3700
    Mainstage Comedy and Music Club is a splendid entertainment-cum-dining niche in Key Arena in Seattle. The club also hosts events for sports and concert lovers. And those of you who like to team up your thrills with some grub, fret not, as this comedy club also serves some tasty quesadillas, chips, sandwiches and pizzas to make your visit deliciously eventful. Apart from comedy and music, the venue also hosts wine tasting events along with other performance-oriented nights.
  • Jimmy Z Ltd

    1712 Hewitt Avenue Everett, WA 98201 United States - Phone: +1 425 339 2424
    With over 20 years in the business, Jimmy Z has created a place of its own among the leading nightclubs in Pacific Northwest. Live music fans are in for a treat here, as the club welcomes local bands to perform at the club and showcase their talent. Jimmy Z is much more than a regular bar, what with the vast dance floor and a capacity of over 500 people. Metal maniacs and hard rock fans are sure to love this place as the club specializes in rock music and features live bands five times a week. Famous for its pizzas as well, Jimmy Z gives you the ultimate party experience.
  • Showbox SoDo

    1700 1st Avenue South Seattle, WA 98134 United States - Phone: +1 206 628 3151 / +1 206 652 0444
    Showbox SoDo, the latest addition to the Showbox family along side The Showbox at the Market, is famous for holding concerts for all age groups. Live music is played all year round in this 1,700 seat bar. The venue is available on rent for holding private parties or birthday bashes as well.
  • Area 151

    3505 South Tacoma Way Tacoma, WA 98409 United States - Phone: +1 253 475 1888
    Area 151 is a swanky nightclub located in the city of Tacoma. This place is popular amongst the locals of the city, who head out here to unwind after a stressful and tiring week. The ambiance is lively with enthusiastic people dancing to the latest tracks. The club is mainly a salsa club and sees a number of Latino lovers doing the merengue or bachata on Latino night specials. Apart from the salsa, live comedy acts are held here too. Make sure you are well-dressed, as the club doesn't entertain people in rags, jerseys, ball caps and tennis shoes.
  • Spitfire

    2219 4th Avenue Seattle, WA 98121 United States - Phone: +1 206 441 7966
    Spitfire is a unique mix of a restaurant, a cafe, a sports bar and a nightclub. It is recommended for all those who have spent their day working and need to have some fun. Tryout the pita sandwich and check out all the games that they have in store. You can also feast upon the fish tacos and the grilled chicken chimichanga with green chile sauce.
  • Cafe Venus and the Mars Bar

    609 Eastlake Avenue East Seattle, WA 98109 United States - Phone: +1 206 624 4516
    A stagy ambiance welcomes you at the Cafe Venues and Mars Bar. Before you know, you would be toted to an altogether different red-walled-world of this small but stylish eatery. Doesn't this sound exciting? If not, don't worry, there's lot more to this bar than its environ alone. Sumptuously stuffed mushrooms and cilantro-pesto pizza make for great bites to grub at Mars. The place also serves as a mod niche for hosting musical events and concerts.
  • Rupert's Grill & Ale House

    309 1st Avenue South Seattle, WA 98104 United States - Phone: +1 206 628 7703
    Rupert's at Pioneer Square serves some delicious Southwestern cuisine and has a decent variety of micro brews on tap. The spot plays a range of music, including R&B, jazz, funk, disco and new bands. And the Friday night is host to some foot-tapping disco music. The upscale restaurant and bar will delight you with its charming and amiable service, and makes dining here a memorable experience.
  • Hell's Kitchen

    3829 6th Avenue Tacoma, WA 98406 United States - Phone: +1 253 759 6003
    Hell's Kitchen at Tacoma is an interesting nightclub and a great option for a night out in town. The club has the usual pub fare when it comes to the menu, but nevertheless it does the trick. Music genres revolve, but Rock, Alternative, Pop and Metal are the more popular ones. The crowd here is an interesting mix of the hip and happening and once the music starts the place promises a rocking time. Hell's is also famous for it's events and concerts and the concert room is also used as a venue for live performances by local bands.
  • Nectar Lounge

    412 North 36th Street Seattle, WA 98103 United States - Phone: +1 206 632 2020
    Nectar Lounge is a haven for live entertainment in Seattle. The fact that this club is so large makes it even more better for having a great night out. And while you enjoy having hummus, sandwiches or pizzas along with your drinks, you can enjoy the great music that is performed here.
  • Studio Seven

    110 South Horton Street Seattle, WA 98134 United States - Phone: +1 206 286 1312
    Studio Seven is quite famous and one of the most busiest nightclubs in the city. It is well-known for giving a head start to many of the local artists who have now made their names in the music industry. The club also plays host to a number of private parties, formal and other casual meetings. For local musicians, they have studios for practicing and recording.
  • Jazzbones

    2803 6th Avenue Tacoma, WA 98406 United States - Phone: +1 253 396 9169
    Jazzbones covers all the bases when it comes to having a good time. Local and regional talents perform and the sumptuous fare satiates your appetite. Jazzbones is classy and easy on the eyes as well, with large spacious windows, glass mosaic and a curving bar which lend the place a very stylish look. There is a private balcony available for those who need their space and yet want a birds eye view of the band below.
  • The Sunset Tavern

    5433 Ballard Avenue NorthWest Seattle, WA 98107 United States - Phone: +1 206 784 4880
    Sunset Tavern is a very exciting place to be in. This bar and nightclub always has something or the other going on every week. For instance, they have an audio album launch or the 'Drums and Tuba' rock band performing or the Thee Emergency Concert week after week. Theres live foot tapping music; moreover, you might also stand a chance to learn a perform a karaoke with a band performing live. The decor gives an Asian touch and the staff is very efficient and friendly. Head to Sunset Tavern if you want to unwind after a busy day and catch a glimpse of your favorite rock bands.
  • I Spy

    1921 Fifth Avenue Seattle, WA 98101 United States - Phone: +1 206 374 9492
    Located in the Tacoma area, I Spy is a massive nightclub with a two tiered room and another space besides it know as Nation. Come here for some foot tapping music from the DJ who spins a variety of music genres including hip hop and electro. DJ Kun frequents the place always, This nightclub attracts large crowds specially on the weekends.
  • SNO Lounge

    37500 South East North Bend Way Seattle, WA 98065 United States - Phone: +1 425 888 1234
    SNO Lounge is located inside the very vibrant SNO Casino and brings to Seattle a great destination for live acts. With posh furnishing and a great setting this place looks like heaven. SNO brings live acts every night giving performers a good platform to showcase their talents. This premiere nightclub sets the standards with a very stringent dress code that makes for good decent crowds. It also has a circular bar serving up some amazing drinks. Check the website for a schedule of events and live acts.
  • Lo Fi Performance Art Gallery

    429 Eastlake Avenue East Seattle, WA 98109 United States - Phone: +1 206 254 2824
    Located in the very happening downtown area, the Lo Fi Performance Art Gallery is one of the best nightclubs to party this season. You will never get tired of this place even if you keep visiting it regularly for they have different theme nights everyday of the week; with soul, retro, pop, rock and so on. The front room of the club is bigger and has a hep dance floor complete with smart lights. The back one is smaller and used mainly as a seating area by guests lounging in with their drinks or catching up with friends. The drinks are all reasonably priced and thereby keep flowing through the open hours. The staff promptly bring in the multiple orders. However, make sure that you book your tickets in advance for theirs is a popular party venue and gets crowded very fast. To know more call them or visit the website.
  • Highway 99 Blues Club

    1414 Alaskan Way Seattle, WA 98101 United States - Phone: +1 206 382 2171
    The Highway 99 Blues Club is a club dedicated to only the Blues but they also have roots and bands from various other genres come and perform. One should check their calendar for show dates. They pay homage to the pioneers of the Blues such as Soul Train,  Aretha Franklin and more. Their food is also worth trying out. The decor belongs to the 1909 era, with classic pictures and the lighting adding to the effect. For further details do check their website.
  • Lucid Jazz Lounge

    5241 University Way North East Seattle, WA 98105 United States - Phone: +1 206 402 3042
    A music lovers haven, the Lucid Jazz Lounge is one place where you can party with a difference. No crazy audiences or even mad rush for the dance floor, but a serene and elegant atmosphere where you can loose yourself in the world of music with jazz or blues being played in the background.  The place holds live concerts most days of the week and is renowned for inviting well know singers for the performances. They have a variety of unique drinks on offer which are a must try. The staff is well mannered and promptly serves the orders. All in all if are bored of dance parties and want a night out with some difference, Lucid Jazz Lounge is the place. To know more check out the website.
  • Wildrose

    1021 East Pike Street Seattle, WA 98122 United States - Phone: +1 206 324 9210
    The fun at Wildrose just never ends. The menu is filled with tasty food like burgers, pizzas and even tacos. A younger crowd fills this place up every day of the week for their special events like karaoke sessions, live performances and nights when the brews and Bloody Mary's just keep flowing.
  • The Mercury

    1009 East Union Street Seattle, WA 98122 United States - Phone: +1 206 328 9481
    The Mercury is a trendy nightclub with a lively atmosphere. Almost everyday you will find packs of happening youngsters crowding the place and enjoying a relaxed time. Besides a friendly ambiance, the club is known for the various events that take place here. From live musicals, unplugged sessions to DJ nights, here you will find some event happening nightly. Some of the finest musicians of the city perform here on a frequent basis.
  • Tula's Restaurant and Nightclub

    2214 Second Avenue Seattle, WA 98121 United States - Phone: +1 206 443 4221
    Tula's Restaurant and Nightclub is the perfect destination for those who are first rate foodies and die hard fans of music. This top class restaurant features an array of American and Mediterranean food that boasts of a distinct taste. Besides savory soups and delicious mains, you will also fall for the fine selection of exquisite wines, spirits and beers. Tula's Restaurant and Nightclub hosts live musicals, unplugged sessions and other entertaining events on a daily basis. Several well known jazz artists perform here frequently.
  • The Raging River Cafe and Club

    33723 Redmond-Fall City Road Fall City, WA 98024 United States - Phone: +1 425 222 6669
    Run by the endearing duo of Lyle and Kia, The Raging River Cafe and Club in Fall City is the perfect joint to head to for a night of wholesome entertainment, American-style. Every night of the week promises you something different, whether its karaoke, dance nights or the talented live bands who draw the rock and roll and blues-loving crowds. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, some recommended dishes would be the crispy chicken salad, patty melt, fishwich and meatless spaghetti soup. Go for it!
  • Parlor Billiards & Spirits

    700 Bellevue Way Northeast Bellevue, WA 98004 United States - Phone: +1 425 289 7000
    Head to Lincoln Square for a night of entertainment. Whether you're in the mood for comedy, billiards, or a relaxed atmosphere, the Parlor Collection has it all. Dress code enforced; visit the website for details.
  • Volume

    172 South Washington Street Seattle, WA 98104 United States - Phone: +1 206 679 1744 / +1 206 910 9019(Reservations)
    This trendy and hip club is located in the Pioneer Square District of Seattle. Known for its fun themed nights, large dance floor and premium cocktails, Volume has risen quickly in Seattle's nightlife ranks. This massive club features state-of-the-art lighting and sound technology, two distinctly different rooms and VIP booths complete with bottle service. Be sure to check the website for upcoming events, most nights are 21 and over, but occasionally they offer 18 and over evenings.
  • R Place

    619 East Pine Street Seattle, WA 98122 United States - Phone: +1 206 322 8828

    One of Seattle's hottest gay bars, R Place serves up the good times. There are three levels here: first level has a bar area, second has some games like pool and darts, and the third level is where the real party is at (break out those killer dance moves). Music is mostly top 40's and the atmosphere is friendly and inclusive. If you're looking for strong drinks, groovy beats and parades of folks getting down on the dance floor, R Place won't disappoint.

  • Encore Boutique Nightclub

    1025 Pacific Avenue Tacoma, WA 98401 United States - Phone: +1 206 335 9139
    VIP service is the first thing that comes to mind when Encore Boutique Nightclub is mentioned. What they offer is a complete VIP experience, which is what patrons come here for. Here you will find multiple VIP areas, complete with special leather sofas and bottle service. Naturally, these sections are in demand and need prior reservation. The dress code, casual chic, is strictly enforced, so people wearing clothing items like hooded sweatshirts and tennis shoes. Friday evening is ladies night where women get in for USD 1 all night long. Although usually open only on Fridays and Saturday evenings, this nightclub makes an exception for the last Sunday of every month.
  • Q Nightclub

    1426 Broadway Seattle, WA 98122 United States
    The ultra-chic Q Nightclub is the ultimate spot in Capitol Hill to cut loose and dance to the mind-numbing electronic dance music churned out by the various DJ's. The club is housed inside a converted 12,000-square feet (1115-square meter) warehouse, and is comprised of private rooms, separate lounge area and a large dance floor. Dress casually, walk in with your friends in the evening, order a few premium cocktails and enjoy the onslaught of funk, disco, house music. The club attracts a lot of young and hip crowd. Call ahead or visit their website to know more.
  • Foundation Nightclub

    2218 Western Avenue Seattle, WA 98121 United States - Phone: +1 206 535 7285
    If you're looking for Electronic Dance Music in Seattle, you can find it at Foundation. The club features three bars and two VIP areas in a luxurious setting. Their offering of amazing DJs and incredible sound system makes this club a great place to get your dance fix. 
  • Aston Manor

    2946 1st Avenue South Seattle, WA 98134 United States - Phone: +1 206 382 7866
    Aston Manor is a full scale nightclub in SoDo, secretly housed in a backroom of sister establishment Maison Tavern. Centered around a fictitious character named Roy Aston, the alleged king of the Seattle bootlegging scene, this speakeasy-style bar opens up every Friday and Saturday to provide a place for dapper guys and flapper gals to tear up the hardwood dance floor. After hopping on their website and learning the daily password, guests enter this well-hidden watering hole through a secret entrance behind a bookshelf. The decor certainly matches the vibe of a 1920s bootlegging manor, dark wall paper and ornate couches and high backed chairs creating an air of underground elegance. Prohibition-era cocktails are the specialty of the house at Aston Manor, drinks like the Hanky Panky combining gin, sweet vermouth and fernet to create a deliciously floral quaff. Underground and unrestrained, Aston Manor is one of Seattle's most unique club experiences.
  • Grim's

    1512 11th Avenue Seattle, WA 98122 United States - Phone: +1 206 324 7467
    Grim's is a newer entry to Seattle's bar and club scene, offering three floors of entertainment catering to almost every taste. Downstairs, Grim's original operation is still going strong, offering handcrafted cocktails and a limited menu of contemporary gourmet bar food. The Leather Saddle stands out as one of their more interesting cocktails, rye, benedictine, dry vermouth and orange bitters creating a hybrid between an Old Fashioned and a Manhattan. The decor consists of large reclaimed pieces such as long cafeteria tables sanded and varnished as well as wall paneling made from an old barn. Upstairs, the Butterfly Lounge awaits visitors seeking a more laid back experience, a wrap around plush couch dominating most of the space. Even further upstairs, The Woods provides not only a stylish (and appropriately wooden) interior, but a massive dance floor and DJs spinning everything from 80s to trance. An all-in-one destination for anybody seeking a cocktail and some company, Grim's is a must-stop destination in Capitol Hill.
  • Seattle Center Monorail

    370 Thomas Street Seattle, WA 98109 United States - Phone: +1 206 905 2620 / +1 206 905 2600
    The Seattle Center Monorail is the first full scale commercial monorail in the United States. Like the Space Needle, this train is a remnant of the 1962 World's Fair. Riding above ground, it takes passengers on a two-minute ride between two terminals: Westlake Center downtown and Seattle Center. Although short, the trip has nice views of Elliott Bay, downtown and the Capitol Hill area.
  • Ashton Limousine

    13411 Northup Way Bellevue, WA 98005 United States - Phone: +1 425 455 4008
    This service specializes in corporate transportation, but anyone in need of a limousine and driver for a few hours is more than welcome. Ashton Limousine offers limousines, sedans and van service for up to 14 passengers. The company also provides airport transportation, priced on the basis of destination distance from Sea-Tac International Airport.
  • Metro Transit

    821 2nd Avenue Seattle, WA 98104 United States - Phone: +1 206 553 3000
    Seattle has an extremely good bus system. The buses go everywhere, even to outlying suburbs. They almost always run on time. They are clean and the drivers are courteous and helpful. The system also offers an array of bus passes to frequent travelers, discounted rates for seniors and more. Metro Transit is an easy and inexpensive way to see the city and the Metro office happily answers questions about routes, fares and passes. Help is available by phone until midnight seven days a week.
  • Seattle Symphony

    200 University Street Seattle, WA 98101 United States - Phone: +1 206 215 4700
    Directed since 1985 by Maestro Gerard Schwartz, Seattle Symphony orchestra has a loyal following. Concerts include music by classical masters such as Beethoven, Mozart and Sibelius as well as by contemporary composers. Many performances include an optional one-hour pre-show lecture. The symphony's season runs September through July. Performances take place at Benaroya Hall, which occupies an entire city block and seats 2,500 people. In addition, the 540-seat Illsley Ball Nordstrom Recital Hall provides performance space for smaller ensembles and solo artists.
  • Orange Cab Company

    11621 Des Moines Memorial Drive So Seattle, WA 98168 United States - Phone: +1 206 522 8800
    In a city with a number of taxi service companies, how does one compete, especially as the newcomer in town? Orange Cab Company is the newest taxi service to open in Seattle, and its claim to fame is that it has the cleanest fleet in the area, which may very well be true. No one has challenged the claim yet. Rates are standard for the area. Cabs are computer dispatched. The company has corporate accounts, non-smoking cars and airport service, and it does package delivery.
  • STITA Taxi

    17801 Pacific Highway South Seattle, WA 98188 United States - Phone: +1 206 246 9999
    A number of taxi companies serve the city and probably just as many airport shuttle services. STITA Taxi offers full-service airport transportation, with something a little different. The drivers are uniformed like limousine drivers, and they have undergone serious training. Rates offered are competitive. Choose a sedan, station wagon or van, depending on number of passengers and amount of luggage. The company also offers personalized tours to visitors. Airport fare varies, depending on departure location.
  • Federal Way Symphony

    30819 14th Avenue South Federal Way, WA 98003 United States - Phone: +1 253 529 9857
    Organized in 1960 as the Highline Symphony, this orchestra moved to Federal Way in 1985. It has about 60 paid members, with additional musicians joining the group for some concerts. Maestro Brian Davenport has led the orchestra since 1982. The symphony plays popular music as well as traditional classical selections. It performs a special concert during the winter holiday season. Call or check Web site for concert schedule and ticket information.
  • The Repertory Actors Theatre

    1122 East Pike Street Seattle, WA 98122 United States - Phone: +1 206 364 3283
    This unusual theater presents a variety of theatrical productions, all using primarily multi-ethnic and non-traditional casting. The goal of Repertory Actors Theatre is to give artists of all backgrounds an opportunity to work in mainstream productions that might ordinarily be closed to them due to race, gender or age. Established in 1983, productions range from favorites like Barefoot in the Park and A Chorus Line, to world premieres by up-and-coming playwrights.
  • Kinese Gyrotonic Studio

    10220 Northeast First Place Bellevue, WA 98004 United States - Phone: +1 425 462 9886
    Being fit does not have to be painful or tedious. Owner-director Karen Scherwood provides proof. This Eastside center practices GXS, which combines breath and movement with a series of stretches on a wooden machine or in water with free weights. GXS emphasizes the art of being healthy and concentrates on the body's energy. Participants say goodbye to strained muscles at a sweaty local gym or the dreaded five miles on a treadmill. If you're looking for a way to become more physically and mentally fit, then this may be the fitness center for you. Call for class schedules.
  • The Monte Villa Farmhouse

    3300 Monte Villa Parkway Bothell, WA 98021 United States - Phone: +1 425 485 6115
    The former Monte Villa Dairy Farm has been transformed into this charming farmhouse, which is now available for weddings and receptions. Weather permitting, ceremonies take place in the lovely front garden, complete with flowers, a wooden arch and tall hedges. Receptions take place in the living room with its colonial fireplace and hardwood floors. The sun porch has been converted into a bar, and the bedroom upstairs has been made into a luxurious dressing suite for the wedding party. The farmhouse can accommodate upto 200 people.
  • Cornish College of the Arts

    1000 Lenora Street Seattle, WA 98121 United States - Phone: +1 206 726 5008
    Are you interested in the goings-on of the next generation of Seattle artists? If so, don't bypass this little college on Capitol Hill, one of the most prestigious art schools in the country. Works by current students are displayed on the walls, and more formal showings are held regularly. The college also puts on around 60 performances each year, which are open to the public and include The Cornish Music Series and shows from the dance and theater departments.
  • The Stimson-Green Mansion

    1204 Minor Avenue Seattle, WA 98101 United States - Phone: +1 206 624 0474 / +1 206 524 4918
    This mansion is of historic as well as architectural importance. Built at the turn of the century, it predates the famous Millionaires' Row. It was once home to mill owner Charles Stimson, one of Seattle's founders, and it is now an in-house catering service. This beautiful Tudor-style house is available for elegant weddings, receptions, corporate seminars, banquets, formal sit-down dinners and lunches, holiday parties and breakfast meetings. There is room for up to 48 guests for sit-down meals and 200 guests for buffet-style meals. Linens, dishes and clean-up are provided for your event.
  • P-Patches

    Elliott Avenue and Vine Street Seattle, WA 98121 United States - Phone: +1 425 329 1601
    True to the conscientiously arty nature of Belltown, this patch is decorated with outdoor art as well as flowers and vegetables. The citywide community gardening plots pop up all over town, and there are even a few on the sprawling Eastside. Not only have these plots proved a great place to grow vegetables, but they have also promoted closer communities. P-Patch farmers donate tons of food to food banks each year. Anybody can visit. Just stay on the trails and don't pick the tomatoes.
  • Bellevue Philharmonic

    1805 136th Place Northeast Bellevue, WA 98005 United States - Phone: +1 425 455 4171
    Under the direction of conductor Fusao Kajima, the 'Phil' has shifted from community band to professional contender in just two seasons. It's still not quite up to Seattle Symphony standards, but the orchestra does manifest an enthusiasm often lacking in jaded professional orchestras. Besides the regular season, there is a family concert series, a holiday series and the annual Night in Vienna. Concerts are generally played in the Westminster Chapel.
  • Cascade Bicycle Club

    7400 Sand Point Way Northeast Seattle, WA 98115 United States - Phone: +1 206 522 3222
    Citizens of Seattle have acquired a reputation for their devotion to outdoor activities. Cascade Bicycle Club supports that devotion with almost daily bike trips for all skills, levels and ages. All you need is a helmet and a bike. (Also bring a light for night rides.) Join the club and receive the monthly newsletter, club patch, roster of members, cycling resource information, discounts on sponsored rides and discounts at local businesses!
  • Cascadian Chorale

    3000 Landerholm Circle Southeast Bellevue, WA 98015 United States - Phone: +1 206 286 6028
    Cascadian Chorale choir performs year-round, and one is likely to see the same faces in the audience time and again. It is no wonder, as the director has a knack for selecting seldom-heard pieces from well-known composers like Haydn and Saint-Saens. It is worth the drive to the Eastside to see the performances. Meydenbauer Center hosts many of the concerts but the choir often performs in the Carlson Theater at Bellevue Community College.
  • Bell Harbor International Conference Center

    2211 Alaskan Way Seattle, WA 98121 United States - Phone: +1 206 441 6666
    Perched above the downtown waterfront, this conference center is a beautiful place to hold small meetings of 10, conferences up to 300 or full-sized receptions of 1,000. The 14 rooms fit many different types of gatherings, and many have views of Puget Sound. Conference package prices are based on a per person rate, which includes audio-visual and conference equipment, a continental breakfast, mid-morning coffee break, buffet luncheon, mid-afternoon coffee break, conference supplies and a dedicated meeting planner. The center also offers less inclusive packages. This is also a wonderful place for a wedding reception. The center can arrange hors d'oeuvres, full dinners or buffet dinners, with wine list or full bar.
  • World Trade Center Seattle

    2200 Alaksan Way Seattle, WA 98121 United States - Phone: +1 206 441 5144
    This new building is located across the street from Pier 66, Anthony's and the Bell Harbor International Conference Center, handles booking for the World Trade Center. The center has four small boardrooms, three that seat 10 and one seats 18. The rooms include modern furnishings, hardwood tables, white boards and projection screens. The Executive Dining Room available in the evening, is elegant and provides unobstructed panoramic views of Puget Sound. It can be reserved for sit-down dinners for up to 85 people or cocktail receptions for 120. The catering department prepares elegant appetizers, hors d'oeuvres and offers an extensive list of imported wines.
  • Talaris Conference Center

    4000 Northeast 41st Street Seattle, WA 98105 United States - Phone: +1 206 268 7000
    Located only 10 minutes north of downtown Seattle, this conference center sits in a quiet neighborhood setting, yet it's only four blocks from popular University Village. The seven main meeting rooms accommodate groups from five to 105. Each room offers access to outdoor decks, modem access and white boards. The facility also includes 31 overnight guest rooms, making this an ideal place for a company retreat. The culinary team prepare meals necessary to suit your conference needs, from box lunches to multi course dinners. Call for rates and dates.
  • Meydenbauer Center

    11100 Northeast Sixth Street Bellevue, WA 98004 United States - Phone: +1 425 637 1020
    This Eastside convention center is a great place to remember when planning your next meeting in the Seattle/Bellevue area. The flexible space accommodates from 50 to 3,600 guests for meetings, conventions, banquets and receptions. The on site staff can prepare full gourmet menus for your function. Please see the Web site for detailed pricing information on equipment rental, personnel and office services. The center also contains the Theatre at Meydenbauer Center.
  • Kingstad Meeting Center

    2445 140th Avenue Northeast Bellevue, WA 98005 United States - Phone: +1 425 562 1292
    Located just off State Route 520, which connects Seattle to Bellevue, this conference center is convenient to both cities, offering seven basic meeting rooms with floor-to-ceiling windows. Six of the rooms seat 36; one seats 45. There are a variety of pricing and service options available, including all-inclusive meeting packages, a la carte pricing, refreshments, full catering, audio/visual services and administrative support. Prices include all service charges and taxes.
  • Edmonds Conference Center

    201 Fourth Avenue North Edmonds, WA 98020 United States - Phone: +1 425 640 1808
    Operated by Edmonds Community College, this innovative conference center is a new addition to the downtown Edmonds seaside area (15 minutes north of Seattle). The facilities available for lease include an open atrium area, meeting rooms, an exhibition hall and offices. The Chrysanthemum Room can handle events for 100 to 464 people; the Rhododendron Room, also on the main floor, is smaller and accommodates 68 guests; and the two smallest rooms, called Orchid Rooms, accommodate up to 49 people apiece.
  • The Hall at Fauntleroy

    9131 California Avenue Southwest Seattle, WA 98136 United States - Phone: +1 206 932 1059
    This historic school turned meeting facility in West Seattle offers two large gathering rooms suitable for corporate events, seminars, meetings, conferences and wedding receptions. The Vashon Room accommodates 200 guests reception style or 150 for sit-down dinners. The Emerald Room accommodates 300 guests reception style or 250 for sit-down dinners. The rooms can be combined to accommodate up to 500. Catering costs include seating, servers, linens, china, glassware and cleanup. The caterers are happy to work within your budget to create a casual or elegant reception or dinner.
  • The Kline-Galland Mansion

    1605 17th Avenue Seattle, WA 98122 United States - Phone: +1 206 328 0163
    Built in 1903, this elegant Georgian mansion is conveniently located, making it an excellent choice for weddings, banquets, full-service corporate events and receptions of all kinds. There are four wood-burning fireplaces, French doors leading to a covered veranda and garden views from almost every window. The beautiful lawn and garden area is perfect for outdoor weddings, weather permitting. The caterer will provide servers, linens, china, glassware and cleanup, with full bar service, tables and chairs optional. Reservations are for a six-hour time period, with two periods available per day.
  • Court in the Square

    401 Second Avenue South Seattle, WA 98104 United States - Phone: +1 206 467 5533
    This beautiful indoor courtyard connects two older Pioneer Square buildings. The ceiling and two of the walls are made of glass, and the other two walls are the stone sides of the buildings. The elegant location hosts cocktail parties, receptions, weddings and business functions. The courtyard itself can accommodate up to 300 guests with smaller rooms available for meetings. The in-house caterers provide seating, servers, china, glassware, utensils and cleanup. The menu service is flexible with custom selections available. A deposit is required, and it is suggested that reservations be made six months to a year in advance. Contact Robert Payne for more information.
  • The Northern Lights Dome Room

    700 Third Avenue Seattle, WA 98104 United States - Phone: +1 206 631 8045
    Originally part of the Arctic Club, a men's club created by those who made fortunes during the Alaska Gold Rush, this elegant room has hosted weddings, receptions, banquets and other social functions for nearly 85 years. Especially beautiful in the evening hours when the back lit stained-glass dome glows warmly, the room accommodates up to 300 guests reception-style, up to 250 for seated meals. The rental charge includes the room, tables and chairs only. Food, beverages, tableware and general cleanup are the renter's responsibility. Make reservations a year in advance with 50-percent deposit.
  • The Mountaineers Building

    300 Third Avenue West Seattle, WA 98119 United States - Phone: +1 206 281 7775
    Suitable for business and social functions, this downtown building boasts six meeting rooms capable of accommodating groups of 10 to 250. Each room has a unique set of features. Some rooms include views and wet bars. The auditorium seats 500 (400 for banquets). Audio/visual services are available, including an LCD projector that works with VHS, and PC or Mac computers. Room rates are based on an eight-hour day Monday through Friday and depend on room size and amenities. Full-service catering is available for all events.
  • Blue Ribbon Cooking School

    2501 Fairview Avenue Seattle, WA 98112 United States - Phone: +1 206 328 2442
    Cooking may not be the first thing that comes to mind when planning a birthday or corporate team building event, but you might think again after meeting Virginia and Mike Duppenthaler. The Duppenthalers run this cooking school out of their home in exclusive Madison Park. In addition to a full schedule of seasonal cooking classes, seminars and lectures, they offer innovative programs aimed at teaching cooperation and risk taking through cooking.
  • Washington State Convention & Trade Center

    800 Convention Place Seattle, WA 98101 United States - Phone: +1 206 694 5000
    Seattle's premier venue for trade shows and conventions serves as a hub of Northwest and Pacific Rim business activity. Almost any day of any week, you'll find a hive of information booths, product demonstrations and services from the industry of the moment. The center features 205,700 square feet of exhibit space, 45,000 square feet of divisible ballroom space, advanced support for technology displays and 11 covered loading bays. For Seattle and Puget Sound-area information, stop by the visitor info booth.
  • Swedish Medical Center (First Hill)

    747 Broadway Seattle, WA 98122 United States - Phone: +1 206 386 6000
    This large, non-profit hospital has 697 licensed beds and 4,000 employees. It comprises of a cardiac care unit, Cancer Institute, Neuroscience Institute, addiction recovery, eye center, full surgical services, 24-hour emergency services with specialists on call, HIV/AIDS care, as well as international services. There is an underground parking garage.
  • Harborview Medical Center

    325 Ninth Avenue Seattle, WA 98104 United States - Phone: +1 206 731 3000
    Harborview Medical Center is the teaching and research hospital for University of Washington. It provides full surgical services as well as 24-hour emergency care services; it has a total of 351 licensed beds. Its main areas of focus are burn care, HIV/AIDS care, neurosciences, and trauma care. Medical interpreter services are also offered. Parking is available on the street and in area lots.
  • Swedish Medical Center (Providence Campus)

    500 17th Avenue Seattle, WA 98122 United States - Phone: +1 206 320 2000
    Formerly the Providence Seattle Medical Center, this 24-hour centre offers emergency services and full surgical services. Its 334 beds are all private rooms. It is also the teaching institution for University of Washington. There is an onsite inn for patients, family and guests. A parking garage is located to the west of the hospital.
  • University of Washington Medical Center

    1959 Northeast Pacific Street Seattle, WA 98195 United States - Phone: +1 206 598 3300
    Located on University of Washington campus, it is a teaching and research hospital for the University. Full surgical services, medical interpreter services. as well as 24-hour emergency services are offered. The hospital has cancer, cardiac, eye, bone, travel medicine, maternity and pediatric care centers. There is a triangle parking garage across Pacific Street. Most of the clinics are closed on weekends and holidays.
  • Northwest Hospital

    1550 North 115th Street Seattle, WA 98133 United States - Phone: +1 206 364 0500
    This Premier north end hospital has been newly remodeled and includes cardiac care, neuro sciences, maternity, cancer and wound care centers. Full surgical services are also offered as are 24-hour emergency services. Free parking is available.
  • Virginia Mason Medical Center

    1100 Ninth Avenue Seattle, WA 98101 United States - Phone: +1 206 223 6600
    This full-service primary and specialty care hospital has 336 licensed beds. Virginia Mason Medical Center comprises of a Heart Institute, Cancer Institute, HIV/AIDS treatment and research center. Full surgical services, 24-hour emergency services as well as medical interpreter services are available. There are several parking garages around the hospital. With state-of-art scientific technologies and highly professional yet friendly staff, patients recuperate faster, with positivity.
  • Fry's Electronics

    800 Garden Avenue North Renton, WA 98057 United States - Phone: +1 425 525 0200
    Considered to be a man's paradise, Fry's is a one-stop-shopping electronics retailer that carries over 50,000 hi-tech products. Founded in 1985 in the Silicon Valley, Fry's Electronics has stores across the country and provides products that embody the latest technological trends and electronic advances. Each location sells, services, and supports computer hardware and software products, I.C.'s, components and accessories, audio, video, and telecommunications products and appliances. Fry's also offers personal electronics, convenience products and general merchandise items. The stores range in size from 50,000 to over 180,000 sq ft. Perfect for the hi-tech professional or novice, Fry's prides itself on employing a friendly and knowledgeable staff who can answer any question you have about their merchandise. You can literally lose yourself in this electronics haven for hours!
  • Alliance Business Centers

    10900 Ne 8th Street Bellevue, WA 98004 United States
    With Alliance Business Centers you can set up shop and be open for business in more than 500 locations around the world. You can select from a menu of services such as a corporate mailing address, personal telephone receptionist, and full suite or conference room facilities. No matter how big or small you are Alliance Business Centers has just what you need.
  • Alliance Business Centers

    14205 Southeast 36th Street Bellevue, WA 98006 United States - Phone: +1 714 437 5551
    With Alliance Business Centers you can set up shop and be open for business in more than 500 locations around the world. You can select from a menu of services such as a corporate mailing address, personal telephone receptionist, and full suite or conference room facilities. No matter how big or small you are Alliance Business Centers has just what you need.
  • Alliance Business Centers

    18300 Northeast Union Hill Road Redmond, WA 98052 United States - Phone: +1 714 437 5551
    With Alliance Business Centers you can set up shop and be open for business in more than 500 locations around the world. You can select from a menu of services such as a corporate mailing address, personal telephone receptionist, and full suite or conference room facilities. No matter how big or small you are Alliance Business Centers has just what you need.
  • Alliance Business Centers

    1001 Fourth Avenue Plaza Seattle, WA 98154 United States - Phone: +1 714 437 5551
    With Alliance Business Centers you can set up shop and be open for business in more than 500 locations around the world. You can select from a menu of services such as a corporate mailing address, personal telephone receptionist, and full suite or conference room facilities. No matter how big or small you are Alliance Business Centers has just what you need.
  • Alliance Business Centers

    1700 Seventh Avenue Seattle, WA 98101 United States - Phone: +1 714 437 5551
    With Alliance Business Centers you can set up shop and be open for business in more than 500 locations around the world. You can select from a menu of services such as a corporate mailing address, personal telephone receptionist, and full suite or conference room facilities. No matter how big or small you are Alliance Business Centers has just what you need.
  • Alliance Business Centers

    19125 North Creek Parkway Bothell, WA 98011 United States - Phone: +1 714 437 5551
    With Alliance Business Centers you can set up shop and be open for business in more than 500 locations around the world. You can select from a menu of services such as a corporate mailing address, personal telephone receptionist, and full suite or conference room facilities. No matter how big or small you are Alliance Business Centers has just what you need.
  • SeaTacPark.com

    2701 South 200th St SeaTac, WA 98198 United States - Phone: +1 206 824 2544
    The SeaTacPark.com is in affiliation with Park 'N Fly. The Park 'N Fly Network is one of the industry's leading on-line booking engines for airport parking. With facilities nation-wide and growing, parking with Park 'N Fly is fast and easy. By booking your airport parking today you have the peace of mind in knowing that a parking space is reserved when you need it. You never have to worry that a location is full, or that the price is too expensive. The Park 'N Fly Network charges no service fees. Their lots are secure, convenient to the airport and have prompt pick-up/drop-off and helpful employees. To begin booking your airport parking simply click on their website and select the Airport that you wish to park from the drop down menu.
  • Windstar Cruises

    2101 4th Avenue Seattle, WA 98121 United States - Phone: +1 206 292 9606
    They say happiness is a journey and not a destination, and that's just the experience Windstar Cruises promises. It's not just the exotic destination you can look forward to but the trip to the place. Choose from places like the Mediterranean, Greece, the Panama Canal, Costa Rica or the Caribbean. The spa on board will help you rejuvenate and just complement the effects the fresh sea breeze and warm sun have on you. Various travel books and LCD televisions will not leave you bored even for a minute.
  • Ballard Blossom Inc.

    1766 Northwest Market Street Seattle, WA 98107 United States - Phone: +1 206 782 4213
    Seattle's largest florist has more to offer than only flowers. There are gourmet chocolates, specialty toys, tropical plants and other unique gift ideas for corporate as well as personal purpose. The packages and flower arrangements are exquisitely presented. Delivery services are offered to domestic and international destinations. Ballard Blossom is a family-run business that can add that special charm to any event with fresh flower decorations.
  • Seattle Fitness

    83 South King Street Seattle, WA 98104 United States - Phone: +1 206 467 1800
    For anyone who wants a clean, friendly and affordable place to work out, this can be a great choice. With ample parking available, it is not difficult to drop in at any time of the day. They have state-of-the-art equipments to complement a qualified team of personal trainers. Though it lacks a pool, good music and an array of classes attract the fitness lovers of this district.
  • Apple Store

    2656 NE University Village Street Seattle, WA 98105 United States - Phone: +1 206 524 8100
    This store caters to all of your Mac and iPod needs. Stop in to check out the latest games, software and accessories. If you're traveling, the staff can direct you towards all the adapters you need for your electronics. Many locations also offer workshops on how to use their various products. See their website for more information and a calendar of events.
  • Salon Blast

    2306 Twenty-Fourth Avenue East Seattle, WA 98112 United States - Phone: +1 206 325 2471
    Salon Blast is Seattle's top most hair salons specializing in hair cuts, styling and coloring. The Salon Blast team believes that true technical skill is required to treat hair for structure and movement. The six stylists are very friendly and offer complimentary consultations. Their services include hair cutting, styling, coloring, shampoo, blow drying and permanent waving. This place is highly recommended if you are having a bad hair day.
  • Dumas Bay Centre

    3200 SW Dash Point Road Federal Way, WA 98023 United States - Phone: +1 253 835 2000
    Since 1993, the City of Federal Way has owned and operated Dumas Bay Centre, a full-service conference and retreat facility. Dumas Bay Centre can accommodate a wide variety of events including conferences; meetings and banquets; overnight retreats; weddings, receptions, and other special occasions; and performing arts events. Guests are able to experience the tranquility and natural beauty of Puget Sound overlooking the Olympic Mountains while being close to major metropolitan areas. The Center is a short drive from both Seattle and Tacoma, and is less than 25 miles from SeaTac airport. The central location of the Center provides an ideal year-round escape for business conferences or retreat groups that need privacy and tranquility at a nearby destination.
  • Community Fitness

    2113 Northeast 65th Street Seattle, WA 98115 United States - Phone: +1 206 523 3363
    Community Fitness is a hip place to work out. With its casual atmosphere, it's a wonderful place to get fit while having fun. You are guaranteed to have a ball with yoga, Tai Chi, Zumba and even Afro Latin Jazz and Hip Hop. How many places can offer you that? Drop in any time and attend as many classes of your choice. With its flexible membership options, you are invited to come, dance yourself fit and connect with yourself and with the community.
  • Walgreen's

    647 140th Avenue Northeast Bellevue, WA 98005 United States - Phone: +1 425 603 1438
    For any necessity in every area of your life from health care to household to gifts, toys, personal items, food, electronics, and more, Walgreens is a must-stop convenience shop. Get your prescription filled, develop your vacation photos, stock up on toothpaste, grab some snacks, and find just about anything you're looking for. With thousands of stores throughout the U.S., Walgreens is often just a quick trip away. Select locations are open 24-hours and some stores offer drive-through pharmacies.
  • Comcast Arena at Everett

    2000 Hewitt Avenue Suite 200 Everett, WA 98201 United States - Phone: +1 425 322 2600
    At a seating capacity of up to 10,000, Comcast Arena at Everett Events Center may not be the biggest arena in the country, but it does attempt to look better than the average giant block that most arena's are modeled after. The large windows of the entrance make the building appear lighter and more welcoming, as opposed to the heavier, more oppressive feel of standard arenas. Though once inside, the drab, standard architecture takes over. Comcast arenas raison d'etre is to house fantastic, over-the-top productions, along with the masses of people who will pay to see them, and in this, it succeeds.
  • Farwest Taxi

    2450 6th Avenue South Seattle, WA 98134 United States - Phone: +1 206 622 1717
    If you are on the busy streets of Seattle and are unable to find a taxi, don't worry. Call Farwest Taxi and a cab will be at your service in no time! Operating 24 hours a day, across the city, this company is the preferred choice of tourists and locals alike. The fast computer dispatch system, order and reservations process has added to its reliability.
  • Yellow Cab

    74 South Hudson Street Seattle, WA 98134 United States - Phone: +1 206 622 6500
    Yellow Cab is one of the most reliable and efficient taxi services in Seattle. The company employs only professional drivers, which is one of the reasons why they have such high customer satisfaction. Yellow cab provides express transportation to the nearby airports, as well as package deliveries. Keeping in mind the need for prompt customer service and to ensure safety of the passengers, all their cabs are fitted with satellite global tracking system (GPS), thereby reaching you faster.
  • Fisher Pavilion

    305 Harrison Street Seattle, WA 98109 United States - Phone: +1 206 684 7200
    Opened in September 2002, the Fisher Pavilion is the epicenter of major cultural, business and community events. Situated right in the heart of Seattle Center, this pavilion has an expansive open roof-top plaza. The 21,000 sq. ft. facility is on a hillside and has stunning views of the International Fountain and South Fountain Lawn. The venue has a vast exhibition space, a Memorial Garden for 9/11 victims and 40,000 sq. ft. of lush lawns. The pavilion holds trade shows, meetings and conferences, exhibitions, banquets and festivals.
  • Kane Hall

    4098 15th Ave NE Seattle, WA 98195 United States - Phone: +1 206 543 9900
    Kane Hall, is located on the picturesque and vast Seattle campus of The University of Washington. The university believes in surpassing the boundaries of classroom training and introducing the students to the real world. Conferences and lectures by experts proficient in their fields, are invited to interact with the students. With the newly re-structured auditoriums, the hall is always bustling with activities. Upto 720 people can be accommodated at this venue. You can also avail the hall for private parties and meetings.
  • UW School of Music

    North East 45th Street and 17th Avenue North East Seattle, WA 98195 United States - Phone: +1 206 543 1201
    The School of Music is located within the University Of Washington in the city of Seattle. This amazing school teaches applicants about music and every fine technical detail relating to it. Among the certificates offered at this school are, Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Music, Master of Arts, Doctor of Philosophy, Doctor of Music and Doctor of Musical Arts. Studying at this wonderful place is an experience in itself and the facilities and services available here are some of the best in the world. The School of Music is also a venue for some events and concerts and some of the artists that have previously performed here are, Luke Bergman, Jean Huang and Charlotte Dike among many other renowned people.
  • First Presbyterian Church of Bellevue

    1717 Bellevue Way Northeast Bellevue, WA 98004 United States - Phone: +1 425 454 3082
    The First Presbyterian Church of Bellevue has a lot going on all the time. There are the regular church services, music recitals and choir performances as well. For those into sports, the church conducts aerobics sessions and badminton contests, which sees a huge number of people participating. On certain days, they even organize "Auto Angels", an effort that involves car care clinics. Call the church for more information.
  • Bethel Christian Church of the Apolistc Faith Inc.

    200 24th Avenue South Seattle, WA 98144 United States - Phone: +1 206 324 2141 / +1 206 328 2955
    Bethel Christian Church of the Apolistc Faith Inc. is the ideal place to worship with a friendly congregation.
  • Newport Presbyterian Church

    4010 120th Avenue Southeast Bellevue, WA 98006 United States - Phone: +1 425 746 6111 / +1 425 736 4392
    The Newport Presbyterian Church in Bellevue is far from the standard church you would expect it to be. It is a vibrant place where you can feel the energy in every event that takes place. Apart form the usual worship services, Newport presbyterian church ventures into hiking, biking and lots more activities during the course of the week. The church throws parties for anniversaries, birthdays and farewells too. Drop by here for a visit and you're sure to enjoy yourself.
  • Northwest Arts Center

    9825 Northeast 24th Street Bellevue, WA 98004 United States - Phone: +1 425 452 7150
    Nestled in a peaceful residential locality, the Northwest Arts Center offers a great view of the Cascade Mountains. The center hosts many city events. This facility is also available for social gatherings like weddings, family receptions, parties, business meetings and the likes. The Center has rooms with capacities ranging from 25 to 115, so whether your crowd is large or small, you will find the perfect room here.
  • Youngstown Cultural Center

    4408 Delridge Way South West Seattle, WA 98106 United States - Phone: +1 206 935 2999
    The Youngstown Cultural Center is a multi-purpose arts center located in the city of Seattle. This facility was started in order to promote and educate the masses on the various arts and help them grow and perform. This fantastic place has a recording studio, promenade gallery, movement studio, conference space, classroom space and a 150 seater performance venue. The Youngstown Cultural Center is frequently used for many events including live performances, social occasions and civic occasions.
  • Club Broadway

    1611 Everett Avenue Everett, WA 98204 United States - Phone: +1 425 259 3551
    Club Broadway in the heart of downtown Everett was built by the Knights of Columbus in the 1800s, and was maintained by the Masons as a Masonic Temple in the early 1900s. Due to its architectural and historic value, the building is on the National Historic Register. The Club is available for rent for all sorts of receptions and social events. The rooms available have varying capacities and each is more alluring than the other. For a really awesome event in historic surroundings head for Club Broadway and you won't be disappointed.
  • Curtis High School

    8425 40th Street West Tacoma, WA 98466 United States - Phone: +1 253 566 5710
    Curtis High School, known well with their tag-line of being the 'Home Of The Vikings' is a well respected school in Tacoma. It is reputed to be one of the best schools in the area when it comes to sports and academics. An extensive list of sports including basketball, baseball, lacrosse, swimming, cross country, water polo and wrestling make sure students are physically active and fit. But academics aren't put on the back burner and is given as much importance. The school also has many clubs and performing arts with facilities for drama, orchestra, band, choir and productions.
  • South Lake Union Naval Reserve

    860 Terry Avenue North Seattle, WA 98109 United States - Phone: +1 206 684 7254
    South Lake Union Naval Reserve, is a great host venue for corporate events or even weddings, receptions, cocktail parties and any other celebration. Housing The Great Hall, which is spread across an area of 13,500 square feet of area, it can seat a capacity of around 1,000. The biggest trivia challenge, the Transnational Trivia Championship took place here. Local worship meetings are also held here because of the peaceful environment and location overlooking the shore.
  • Lake City Elks Lodge

    14540 Bothell Way North East Seattle, WA 98155 United States - Phone: +1 206 364 1800
    Lake City Elks Lodge is operated by the Elks organization. It is a perfect venue to host business meetings and conferences and banquet dinners. Lodge comprises of sports bar and game room that features a wide screen television and a pool table. Nearly 1000 guests can be accommodated at this venue, which also has an on-site parking facility. It also hosts the Elks club meetings and dinner parties. Armed with the catering services provided by the Clipper Cove Catering, success is guaranteed for every event.
  • West Seattle Eagles Aerie #2643

    4426 California Avenue Southwest Seattle, WA 98116 United States - Phone: +1 206 938 4426
    The West Seattle Eagles, is a part of the Fraternal Order of the Eagles, an organization set up for community service. A pioneer of a number of social causes, this organization has been active instrumental in social reforms. Their community centers are called "Aeries" which are spaces available for events like receptions, parties, meetings, holiday events and memorial celebrations. A full service kitchen and bar is available at the venue.
  • Lakeside School

    14050 1st Avenue North East Seattle, WA 98125 United States - Phone: +1 206 368 3605
    Lakeside School, aims to present to the global community, a well educated citizen with morality. Students from diverse cultures and regions, join the school to excel in academics as well as extra curricular activities. Experts and leaders in their fields, are invited to interact with students. With concerts and dramas, it encourages students to dabble with various forms of arts. Varied festivals are held at the school to celebrate arts and culture. To foster sportsman spirit, it involves the students in athletic programs. Also housing the St.Nicholas Hall—a performance for plays, the constant endeavor of the institute to take education to a new level is evident.
  • Sand Point Education Center

    6208 60th Avenue North East Seattle, WA 98115 United States - Phone: +1 206 527 7789
    Sand Point Education Center, formerly Sand Point Elementary School, offers various Continuing Education classes for people of all ages. This includes complete degree training programs, training for a new professional career, etc. It is also the satellite location of North Seattle Community College, wherein their classes and lectures are held here. Apart from that it also houses the Lifetime Learning Center which offers non-credit college courses for senior citizens and serves as a meeting ground for elders with similar interests. The school's facilities includes a gymnasium, an auditorium, spacious grounds and abundant parking space.
  • Nathan Eckstein Middle School

    3003 Northeast 75th Street Seattle, WA 98115 United States - Phone: +1 206 252 5010
    Named after a former board member, Nathan Eckstein, Eckstein Middle School was the first among the Seattle middle schools to have a technology plan approved. The incorporation and use of technology has proved to be a milestone in the history of the school. Always delivering the best, be it academics or extra curricular activities, the students of the school are always encouraged. Eckstein Eagles, the school band or the achievements in sports are commendable accomplishments. The Eckstein Auditorium is the school's hub of cultural activities where students have the opportunity to showcase their talents.
  • Liberty Theater

    116 West Main Avenue Puyallup, WA 98371 United States - Phone: +1 253 864 8116
    Looking for a perfect place to host your dream wedding? Liberty Theater is your place to be! From corporate events and concerts to wedding receptions and anniversary parties, the Liberty Theater provides you with high-tech facilities for all of this and more. The multipurpose theater venue provides comfortable seating facilities for over 540 people. Elegance and grandeur define the exquisitely architectured historical building which dates back to 1924. Originally built to promote artistic excellence in the small town of Puyallup, the theater-turned-events center today ranks among the top event facilities in Seattle. However, plays and concerts are still held occasionally in the theater.
  • Greater Tacoma Convention and Trade Center

    1500 Broadway Tacoma, WA 98402 United States - Phone: +1 253 830 6601 / +1 253 591 5039
    The Greater Tacoma Convention and Trade Center also known as GTCTC is a world class convention center. Sophisticated and pleasing to the eye, the interiors are complete with glass walls. The center offers venue space for meetings, functions and events. Completely modernized with state-of-the-art equipment, this place is considered to be one of the best meeting and convention centers. Besides great facilities and service, the center is also ideally located, surrounded by hotels, shopping, dining options and many other attractions.
  • Hub Ballroom

    113 Husky Union Building Seattle, WA 98105 United States - Phone: +1 206 543 8131
    The Hub Ballroom is located in the Husky Union Building and is managed by the University of Washington. The 1100 seater ballroom is an important venue for cultural activities and events on the campus. The ballroom is used primarily for music events and celebrations. It has an excellent dance floor facility which hosts folk and ballroom dances regularly.
  • Scottish Rite Masonic Center

    1207 North East 125th Street Seattle, WA 98125 United States - Phone: +1 206 324 3330
    The Seattle Scottish Rite is an honored organization that promotes the basic tenets of Freemasonry. The teachers present Masonic philosophy, ethics and toleration along with development programs for everyone. The Masonic community also supports Rite Care of Washington that provides diagnostic and therapeutic services to children and it is the best clinic for speech and language development. The Scottish Rite Scholarship Foundation sponsors and encourages deserving students.
  • Seattle Center Exhibition Hall

    305 Harrison Street Seattle, WA 98109 United States - Phone: +1 206 684 7200
    The 34,000 square foot Seattle Center Exhibition Hall is one of the largest and most spacious event venues that hosts a number of trade shows, exhibits, auctions, banquets and receptions. The center is located directly across the Mercer street, and ample parking space is available for guests. The in-house facilities include a banquet room for 1,000, a theater seating 1,500 and various meeting rooms for up to 800 people. For private or corporate parties you can hire their professional catering service, and the attentive and helpful events staff will assist with the preparations.
  • North Stadium Lot CenturyLink Field

    Second Avenue South and South King Street Seattle, WA 98104 United States - Phone: +1 206 684 2489
    North Lot at 2nd Avenue South and South King Street in Downtown provides ample parking space. If you are visiting the CenturyLink Field Event Center, you needn't meander around the area trying to find a parking lot. You just need to reach 2nd Avenue Street, from where, entrance to the North Lot is poker straight, may be a few minutes drive to the South King Street. The parking space is rented out on a seasonal basis.
  • Mercer Street Garage

    Mercer Street and 3rd Avenue North Seattle, WA 98109 United States - Phone: +1 206 684 2489
    If you are visiting the INTIMAN Theater, or any other nearby attraction in the Queen Anne area, you don't have to worry about parking. There are ample paid and free parking spaces available in and around. Mercer Street is one such parking lot that render paid parking, but rest assured you can go and enjoy your time without worrying about your vehicle.
  • All Pilgrims Christian Church

    500 Broadway East Seattle, WA 98102 United States - Phone: +1 206 322 0487
    Resulting from the convergence of the Pilgrim Congregational Church and the Seattle First Christian Church, the All Pilgrims Christian Church has a standing of its own today. The church is functioned and guided by the Co-ordinating Council and is involved with a number of community welfare programs. Distinguished by its diverse congregation of parishioners, the church reflects the diversity of the Capitol hill area. The beautifully architectured interiors of the church are perfect to host weddings. Apart from the church office and the chapel, the church building also houses the Stuart Hall and the Dickson Room, which are used for the church meetings and congregational activities.
  • Southwest Athletic Complex

    2600 Southwest Thistle Street Seattle, WA 98126 United States - Phone: +1 206 461 5888
    The Southwest Athletic Complex is a huge arena for sports in the Westwood neighborhood. It is the official venue for Pacific Rim Sports Summit. The complex is made up of various arenas for different kinds of sporting events. There are two baseball fields of different sizes and a stadium for track and field events. The complex is designed to accommodate more than 10,000 spectators.
  • Mukilteo Family YMCA

    10601 47th Place West Mukilteo, WA 98275 United States - Phone: +1 425 315 0482 / +1 425 493 9622
    If you find yourself in Mukilteo (about 20 minutes north of Seattle) and in need of a good workout, the Mukilteo YMCA is hands-down the best, most comprehensive gym you could ask for. Visitors to the area can purchase a day pass and enjoy access to all the facilities, which include a 25-yard indoor pool, gymnasium for playing basketball, and racquetball courts. Most people will probably get the most out of the expansive workout room with treadmills, elliptical machines, rowing machines, weight lifting machines, free weights, and just about anything else you'd need for a great aerobic or weightlifting workout. - Katie Kinney
  • Buster's

    700 Union Street Seattle, WA 98101 United States - Phone: +1 206 292 7660
    Buster's is another multipurpose venue located within the Contemporary Theater (A)–ACT. Home of the late Nite Catechism, Buster's is named after the late Dr. Ellsworth C. "Buster" Alvord, Jr. With a standing capacity of upto 100 guests and capable of seating 70, the venue plays host to meetings and other social gatherings, be it lunch or dinner. Call ahead for reserving a table or two.
  • Iridio

    5050 First Avenue South Seattle, WA 98134 United States - Phone: +1 206 587 0800
    Located in Seattle and part of the RR Donnelley and Premedia Technology group, Iridio Studio is a wonderful place to get your pictures taken. Photographers will love the quality and beauty of the props and rooms here. This studio offers photographers excellent facilities making it easy to get top quality pictures. They also rent out camera and latest technology. A wonderful studio this one.
  • Garfield High School Gym

    400 23rdAvenue Seattle, WA 98122 United States - Phone: +1 206 252 2270
    Located in Garfield High School in Seattle, The Garfield High School Gym has been home to the Garfield Volleydogs. This recently done up place hosts volleyball matches when the Volleydogs meet other teams at home. It has excellent facilities and get packet to full capacity when matches are on. This new state-of-the-art gymnasium has all the equipment and facilities to host matches and even to practice here.
  • Seattle

    Seattle Seattle, WA 98101 United States - Phone: +1 206 461 5800(Tourist Information)
    Seattle is an eccentric city that can defy expectations.  The natural surroundings, including the sound and Mt. Rainier, have been inhabited by humans for more than 6000 years. The city has a rich cultural heritage and a huge list of places of interest to visit. If you are here, do not miss out on the iconic Space Needle and Rock and Roll Museum. The city offers plenty of movie and music festivals and a throbbing nightlife.
  • Centro Familiar Cristiano

    9834 17th Avenue Southwest Seattle, WA 98106 United States - Phone: +1 206 763 1680
    Centro Familiar Cristiano or the Christian Family Center is a religious place for Christian believers. Established in 1997, it is well known specially among the Hispanics. Regular church services are held here and the church is also actively involved in social  activities. It is known for its Bible classes, and spectacular choir. Also, the church space is leased for several events. Come here and you might catch a musical concert. Call ahead for hours.
  • Seattle Unity Church

    200 Eighth Avenue North Seattle, WA 98109 United States - Phone: +1 206 622 8475
    Seattle Unity Church has a modern facade but its visited by locals and tourists alike. The church endorses practices and worship services that would enhance ones life for the better. Everyone, irrespective of religious traditions can enter and witness the sheer magic of the church,the beautiful and soulful music with angelic choir singing. A bookstore present stocks many spiritual books and more. Concerts and wedding functions too take place in this church. For booking details, kindly call or check the website.
  • Seattle University

    901 12th Avenue Seattle, WA 98122 United States - Phone: +1 206 296 6000
    A Jesuit institution, Seattle University offers a variety of programs for graduates and post graduates. The university aims at the development of the individual as a whole and does not concentrate on just academics. Extra curricular activities and a professional outlook differentiates this university from others in the city. The faculty here is well trained and imparts world class knowledge. Study here an you are bound to take the professional world by storm. Concerts and exhibitions take place at the university from time to time. Check the website or call for enrollment details and event information.
  • West Seattle Christian Church

    4400 42nd Avenue Southwest Seattle, WA 98116 United States - Phone: +1 206 932 2098

    At the West Seattle Christian Church, doing good deeds is equal to worship and it is in this way that they choose to honor and serve Jesus Christ. Located in West Seattle, this humble little church strives to forge a profound and meaningful relationship between Jesus and his disciples and it does this through various programs and initiatives, like their Serving Globally initiative which involved helping to tackle the drought problem in Sierra Leone. The church also has a Kid Zone which helps children understand the message of Christ through various interesting activities. The West Seattle Christian Church also organizes a range of events, like lively musical performances, that aim at spreading a spiritual message. Please see the website for further information.

  • Best Limo LLC

    24 Roy Street Seattle, WA 98109 United States - Phone: +1 206 203 6390
    Established in 2002, Seattle's Best Limos & Towncars is one of the most elite providers in the transportation field today. They take pride in providing extraordinary service and going beyond their clients expectations.
  • Best Limo Seattle

    415 Seneca Street Seattle, WA 98101 United States - Phone: +1 206 508 5054
    Best Limo Seattle is a provider of Seattle Washington area Limousine services and transportation. Their high quality services are available in the states of Washington and Oregon.
  • Sahalee Country Club

    21200 Northeast Sahalee Country Club Drive Sammamish, WA 98074 United States - Phone: +1 425 868 8800
    Famed as one of the best golf courses in the country, Sahalee Country Club is a wonderful and challenging course. Built in 1965, the club is known to feature championships along with other large events. The undulating greens of this 27-holed championship course is every golfer's delight. Catering services to celebrate special occasions are also available.
  • Shoreline Conference Center

    18560 First Avenue North East Shoreline, WA 98155 United States - Phone: +1 206 368 4122 / +1 206 361 4368
    Shoreline Conference Center serves the city's business fraternity with impeccability. Conferences, seminars, meetings, workshops, trade fairs, banquets, weddings galore at the center. It falls under the jurisdiction of the Shoreline School District, and offers excellent amenities from rental rooms and meeting spaces to catering services and more. In the quiet town of Shoreline, this plush venue buzzes with activity day in and day out. Call ahead for rental information.
  • 1st Avenue North Garage - Seattle Center

    258 1st Ave North Seattle, WA 98109 United States - Phone: +1 206 684 7200
    The 1st Avenue North Garage is a spacious parking lot with a capacity 654 spaces. It key location at the Seattle center, promotes convenient facilities to parkers who visit the Seattle center. Parking rates at this garage vary between 7 to 20 dollars depending on the demand on a particular day and time. The parking space is open all days of the week and functions 24 hours. Indeed, convenience in the heart of the city. For any further details, do visit the website or call ahead.
  • 5th Ave Garage-Seattle Center

    305 Harrison Street Seattle, WA 98109 United States - Phone: +1 206 684 7200
    Located within Seattle Center, 5th Ave Garage is one of the many parking lots and garages inside this eclectic venue. The garage has a large building dedicated to it, with special designated areas for cars and heavy vehicles. 5th Ave Garage is often used as an event space to stage some experimental performing arts. If you are attending a concert or event at the Seattle Center and enter from Harrison Street, 5th Ave Garage is the closest parking lot for you.
  • Washington State Church of God

    9201 Pacific Avenue Tacoma, WA 98444 United States - Phone: +1 253 538 4738
    The Washington State Church of God establishes traditions that promote fellowship within the church and community. Distinguished by its varied congregation of parishioners, the church stands as an epitome of love and faith. Church meetings and various congregational religious events are also held in the parish. Call ahead for further details.
  • Renton Boeing Plant

    North Riverside Drive Seattle, WA 98057 United States - Phone: +1 800 233 2328
    Spread across a sprawling 278 acre, next to the Renton Municipal Airport, the Boeing Plant at Renton is a major Boeing jets manufacturing unit in the country that accounts for more than 40% of jetliners in the world. The history of the unit dates back to the 2nd World War where the site was reclaimed by lowering the level of the Washington lake to build an experimental flying boat for the Navy called the XPPB-1 Sea Ranger. Today, the unit is renowned for producing the Boeing jet 707, 727 and 737 series of commercial jet planes and also comprises of an aircraft museum that presents the historic journey of Boeing airplanes.
  • Antioch University

    2326 6th Ave Seattle, WA 98121 United States - Phone: +1 206 441 5352
    The Antioch University located at 6th and Battery is a university that started in 1852. The Seattle branch is one in five campuses and is a popular choice for students in the area. At Antioch, experimental teaching techniques are common and they are always looking for new ways to engage the students in academics as well as social situations. The institution is a private university known for it's liberal arts course. With a very active alumni, the students are also involved in a number of activities while also taking on the academic challenges. Do contact the university or check their website for details about the the facilities like the library, and admissions.
  • Langley

    Langley Langley, WA 98260 United States - Phone: +1 360 221 4246(Tourist Information)
    Established sometime in the 1800's by Jacob Anthes, the historic city of Langley was finally incorporated in 1913. Visitors troop into Langley all year round to witness some of the usual festivals held here like Mystery Weekend, Choochokam, Djangofest and the Island County Fair which sees street parties, carnivals, live music, gypsy jazz, artistic workshops and more. Call for details.
  • Rainier Golf & Country Club

    11133 Des Moines Memorial Drive Seattle, WA 98168 United States - Phone: +1 206 242 2222 / +1 206 242 2800
    The historic Rainier Golf & Country Club was designed in 1920 by golf architect Bob Collins who truly created a lasting legacy for the people of Seattle. Boasting 18 holes, the course is challenging and exciting for seasoned players however, amateurs don't fare too badly either. Rooms inside the club can be hired for private parties, corporate events and luncheons where you can choose from a succulent range of dishes.
  • Union Gospel Mission

    3800 South Othello Street Seattle, WA 98118 United States - Phone: +1 206 723 0767
    Established in 1932, the Union Gospel Mission was born after the debilitating effects of the Great Depression which left thousands in Seattle homeless and wrecked. This Christian mission has been providing food education and transitional shelters to men, women, orphans, children of broken families, drug addicts and alcoholics for over 7 decades. Check the website for more information on how you can volunteer and on upcoming events.