Hotel Ändra - Seattle, WA, 98121, USA
Hotel Ändra
Hotel Ändra
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2000 Fourth Avenue, Seattle, WA, USA
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Bumbershoot
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Usher in autumn at the annual Bumbershoot Music & Arts Festival. World-famous artists as well as local stars gather each Labor Day weekend to put on the best concerts, comedy shows, theater and spoken word performances, and visual art exhibits. Previous performers include Sheryl Crow, Modest Mouse, Katy Perry, David Cross, and Jane's Addiction.
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305 Harrison St, Seattle, WA 98109, USA
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Earshot Jazz
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There are many reasons why this excellent festival has been around for decades, but its consistently interesting (and long) list of performers has a lot to do with Earshot's longevity. From classic styles to fresher, cutting-edge sounds, the festival showcases a wide range of jazz and its myriad offshoots. In addition to all the ear candy, attendees can catch films, art, poetry, and readings over the two-and-a-half weeks.
Earshot Jazz
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3429 Fremont Pl N, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 547-6763
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Festa Italiana
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Abbondanza! It's an apt description of Italy's rich culture and the amazing array of sense-indulging things found at this celebration of all things Italiana. Celebrity chefs make mouthwatering selections, and there's plenty of pizza, pasta, prosciutto, salumi, focaccia, gelato, and espresso. Throughout the month there are various events: the Festa Italiana Mass, the Festa Downtown Luncheon, and the Festa \\\"Taste of Italy\\\" and the annual Italian Festival at the Seattle Center. You'll also find art, craft, dance, opera, grape stomping, and bocce tournaments. Salute!
Festa Italiana
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305 Harrison St, Seattle, WA 98109, USA
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Macy's Holiday Parade
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Macy's is always a strong presence in holiday celebrations, and this wonderful parade only cements its association. Downtown Seattle is treated to lots of color, motion, and merriment as participants make their way from 7th Avenue to the Macy's store itself. As if that amount of spectacle weren't enough, at 5pm in Westlake Park, folks are treated to a star-lighting and to fireworks. Great for the little ones!
Macy's Holiday Parade
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Moisture Festival
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Come share a thrill at Seattle's annual Moisture Festival. During the day, enjoy various comedy and varieté shows involving aerialists, dancers, jugglers, tap dancers, can can girls, and more. Then at night, put the kids to bed and enjoy saucy burlesque shows performed by some of the nation's most famous and talented burlesque dancers. Some performances take place at Hale's Palladium, at the back of Hale's Brewery (4301 Leary Way NW).
Moisture Festival
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700 Union St, Seattle, WA 98101, USA
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Northwest Flower & Garden Show
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This is the event of the year for green thumbs, master gardeners, and novices alike. Under one roof, you'll find six acres of gorgeous gardens and plant and flower exhibits created by the Pacific Northwest's top florists, horticulturalists, and landscape designers. More than 300 vendors sell all the latest garden gadgets, as well as the tried-and-true favorites, along with a huge variety of plants. Seminars (free with admission) cover virtually every gardening topic, from transplanting and organic gardening to xeriscaping and pruning; experts are on hand to answer questions about ikebana, bonsai, fruit and vegetable gardening, trees, and container gardening.
Northwest Flower & Garden Show
http://www.gardenshow.com
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800 Convention Pl, Seattle, WA, United States
(253) 238-3807
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Seafair Inc
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One of the city's oldest and longest-running festivals, Seafair began in 1950 as a tribute to Seattle's 100th anniversary. The schedule includes festivals and events throughout the Puget Sound area, over the course of about five weeks. Favorites include the Milk Carton Derby (a boat race with vessels crafted from milk cartons), an air show featuring the US Navy's Blue Angels, a parade, bike race, triathlon and hydroplane races. In addition, you can see the festival's signature clowns, catch the crowning of Miss Seafair, and watch or take part in a host of other events too numerous to mention.
Seafair Inc
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2200 Sixth Ave #400, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 728-0123
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Seattle Cheese Festival
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Cheese, glorious cheese! Offering creamy to crumbly, sharp to nutty, and everything in-between, this festival rolls out wheel after wheel of more than 200 local and international artisanal varieties to sample and purchase. It's not all about eating though. There's also a competition between local restaurant owners and the Granite City Curlers to see who can roll those wheels across the cobblestones of Pike Place Market the fastest. Say what you will, but definitely say CHEESE!
Seattle Cheese Festival
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1502 Pike Pl, Seattle, WA 98101, USA
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Seattle Pride Parade
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The Seattle Pride Parade is the city's second largest with attendance surpassing 200,000. The parade begins at the corner of Union Street and 4th Avenue, and proceeds down 4th Avenue to Denny Way. About 150 groups participate, with prizes for the best float. A highlight of the weekend's PrideFest, which takes place at the Seattle Center.
Seattle Pride Parade
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4th Ave & Union St, Seattle, WA 98101, USA
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World Rhythm Festival
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World Rhythm Festival celebrates the joy of music -- not just listening to it, but making it, specifically drumming. Three days of workshops and percussion jam sessions, led by teachers and musicians from around the world. Bring along your own drum (any kind, any size) and join in! No drum? No problem -- you can rent or buy one on-site, and other percussion instruments are more than welcome.
World Rhythm Festival
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305 Harrison St, Seattle, WA 98109, USA
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Pike Place Market Seattle
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DOWNTOWN. It could be argued quite persuasively that Pike Place Market is Seattle's heartbeat. Situated along the water, the market was originally founded to allow produce growers to sell directly to consumers. Today, it's a protected historic district that inundates you with sights, sounds, smells, and the best people-watching in town. Whether in suits or tie-dyed t-shirts, wearing boutonnieres or strewn with wildflowers, people of all persuasions find the market a fabulous place to spend the day. The Market Foundation offers fun and informational tours Wednesdays to Saturdays, starting at the Market Heritage Center at 1531 Western Avenue.
Pike Place Market Seattle
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85 Pike St, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 682-7453
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Space Needle
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SEATTLE CENTER. Certainly one of the area's better-known landmarks, this Jetson-esque attraction affords breathtaking views from its observation deck. As a boon to squinting visitors, detailed maps provide exact locations of sights found within the bounds of its panoramic vista. In addition, the Needle hires between-job actors and comedians to accompany visitors on rides to the top, entertaining them with en route facts and fun. It's rare that questions are posed which the guides can't answer ­ they'll even challenge you to best them on any bit of trivia or city-related fact.
Space Needle
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400 Broad St, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 905-2100
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SecondStory Repertory
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REDMOND. Throughout the year, this respected theater troupe offers a wide variety of entertainment that appeals to everyone, children and adults alike. From dramas to musicals to comedies to "Sprouts" children's productions, there is truly something for everyone. The theater, with seating for 170 people, is designed so that everyone has a good view. The group also offers numerous performing arts workshops and classes for kids, teens, and adults.
SecondStory Repertory
http://www.secondstoryrep.org
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16587 NE 74th St, Redmond, WA, United States
(425) 881-6777
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Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture
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UNIVERSITY DISTRICT. On display in this museum you'll find informative hands-on and voice-activated exhibits concerning the history and culture of the region. One of the permanent displays, "The Life and Times of Washington State," includes unique dinosaur exhibits, including casts of the 40-foot long Elasmosaur and the actual skeleton of a 140 million year old carnivorous Allosaurus. A second exhibit, "Pacific Voices," focuses on the 35 Native American tribes common to the Pacific Northwest, along with other cultures that have influenced the region. Exhibits dealing with archaeology, zoology, herpetology, and geology are also popular. Don't forget to drop by the cafe for some coffee and a snack; the Museum Shop carries a wide assortment of books and gifts to commemorate your visit.
Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture
http://www.burkemuseum.org
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17 ave Northeast and Northeast 45th St, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 543-5590
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Experience Music Project
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DOWNTOWN. This intriguing museum celebrates the history of rock and roll. Over 80,000 American music mementos are showcased in the ultra-modern Frank Gehry-designed building, which resembles a smashed guitar. Among the displays are Janis Joplin's floral bell-bottoms and a leather jacket once worn by Elvis Presley. Sky Church, a performance arena erected to host concerts by world-renowned musicians, is also part of the complex. After viewing the exhibits, guests may unwind in the museum's Pop Kitchen and Bar.
Experience Music Project
http://www.empmuseum.org
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Frye Art Museum
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DOWNTOWN. If you crave cultural stimulation, this museum is an ideal destination. The renovated structure, built according to the strict instructions of millionaire benefactor Charles Frye, features a collection of representational art. Pieces are lit by sunlight from an overhead dome, according to Frye's mandate that natural light be the only means of illumination. Live musical performances and literary readings are also scheduled regularly. The museum also features a cafe and a store.
Frye Art Museum
http://fryemuseum.org
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704 Terry Ave, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 622-9250
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Henry Art Gallery (HAG)
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UNIVERSITY DISTRICT. This university museum specializes in contemporary art. Permanent and temporary exhibits ensure that there's always something fascinating to peruse, and informational displays and workshops teach children and adults alike about artistic styles and techniques. Guests who want to learn more about the artwork can take a guided tour or drop in on the lectures provided. The 40,000 square foot museum also features a 154-seat auditorium, a multi-media gallery, café, bookstore and sculpture court. Artists whose works are on display include Stuart Davis, James Turrell, and Lionel Feininger.
Henry Art Gallery (HAG)
http://www.henryart.org
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15th Ave NE, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 543-2280
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Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park
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PIONEER SQUARE. When gold was discovered in the Yukon Territory in 1897, thousands of people flocked to Seattle to outfit their expeditions to the north. The exhibits here detail this phenomenon, as well as the conditions, hardships, and successes in the quest for gold. Uniformed rangers guide visitors through informative displays and recount stories full of both fact and folklore. During the summer months, they offer gold panning demonstrations and historic walking tours of Pioneer Square.
Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park
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319 2nd Ave S, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 220-4240
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The Museum of Flight
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SOUTH METRO. Hands-on informational and historical exhibits distinguish this museum, which appeals to aspiring pilots and to those whose feet have never left the ground. Displays in the Red Barn, where Boeing's first planes where constructed, chronicle the history of flight up to the late 1930s. In the six-story Great Gallery, more than 20 planes hang from the ceiling and cause guests to gape in amazement. Additional sights include a mock air traffic control center, an early Air Force One presidential plane, and a Blackbird, the fastest plane ever built. Furthermore, the outdoor airpark lets visitors explore some of the museum's largest planes. Other amenities include complimentary guided tours, a variety of free films, a cafe, and a museum store.
The Museum of Flight
http://www.museumofflight.org
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9404 East Marginal Way S, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 764-5720
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Museum of Glass
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TACOMA. An awe-inspiring structure near Tacoma's revitalized waterfront showcases cutting-edge, contemporary works of glass and other related media. Drawn in by a soaring 90-foot steel cone that forms the building's core, visitors are treated not only to a lively exhibition schedule but also to the Hot Shop Amphitheater, a working glass studio where the intricate, painstaking process of glassmaking may be observed. A full slate of educational programs introduces the world of glass to people of all ages. Don't miss the Bridge of Glass, the brainchild of renowned glass artist Dale Chihuly that connects the museum to the Washington State History Museum.
Museum of Glass
http://museumofglass.org
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1801 Dock St, Tacoma, WA, United States
(253) 284-4718
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Olympic Sculpture Park
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DOWNTOWN. Stroll through the grounds and admire the fascinating large-scale works on display at this nine-acre green space. Extensive landscaping enhances the park's beauty, and a walkway, extending from the beach to Belltown, provides views of the Puget Sound and of downtown landmarks.
Olympic Sculpture Park
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2901 Western Ave, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 654-3100
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Pacific Science Center
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DOWNTOWN. The Pacific Science Center is a great place for the entire family to learn about the natural world in an entertaining way. Children love games and demonstrations about physical science ­ exhibits displaying dinosaurs, insects, computers and robots, and the human body will bring science and natural history to life right before your eyes. Animal exhibits, which tend to be everyone's favorite, let visitors watch animals such as the naked mole rat, which is the only known cold-blooded mammal. In the butterfly house, museum-goers are surrounded by thousands of butterflies, who often land on those wearing bright colors and standing very still.
Pacific Science Center
http://www.pacificsciencecenter.org
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200 2nd Ave N, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 443-2001
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Seattle Art Museum
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DOWNTOWN. A 48-foot Hammering Man sculpture marks the outside of this vast museum, and adjustable steel panels flank the glass walls and allow light to enter the innovative front space known as the Brotman Forum. Upon entering, visitors encounter an extraordinary display of nine sculpted white cars hanging in the air at different angles. The galleries house displays of Native American, African, and European art. To showcase particular events, each gallery within the spacious building is given an identity corresponding to its specific exhibit. Along with the wealth of art available for perusing, visitors also have the opportunity to enjoy regularly-scheduled lectures, classes, and live performances. Two museum shops are available.
Seattle Art Museum
http://www.seattleartmuseum.org
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1300 1st Ave, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 654-3210
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Seattle Asian Art Museum
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CAPITOL HILL. This museum houses an extensive collection of pan-Asian art, focusing especially on works from India, Japan, and Korea. Paintings, sculptures, and textiles offer a cultural perspective on diverse traditions, and numerous displays (a meditating Buddha, Hindu deities) illuminate the significance and reach of Asia's many religions. The museum store offers Asian merchandise and books.
Seattle Asian Art Museum
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1400 E Prospect St, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 654-3100
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Wing Luke Museum
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INTERNATIONAL DISTRICT. Once housed in a former garage, this museum now boasts its own space, full of colorful displays celebrating the history of Seattle's Asian population. Vibrant costumes, collections of photos, and works of art give visitors a glimpse of the extensive contributions made by the culture to American society. Frequently changing displays also detail the history and influence of Vietnamese, Filipino, and Laotian cultures.
Wing Luke Museum
http://www.wingluke.org
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719 S King St, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 623-5124
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Anderson Park
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REDMOND. Located in the heart of Redmond, this charming neighborhood park is an excellent spot for relaxing after a busy day of shopping. As the first park in town, Anderson has a substantial history to recommend it, as well as picnic shelters, rental cabins, playgrounds, and restrooms.
Anderson Park
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7802 168th Ave NE, Redmond, WA, United States
(425) 556-2386
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Discovery Park
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MAGNOLIA. With two miles of beach trails and nine miles of winding footpaths, this bluff-top reserve protects a remarkable "urban wilderness" and is a great place for nature-watching. The Daybreak Star Indian Cultural Center, which features art and cultural exhibits, is also located at the park, as is a marine reserve. An 1881 lighthouse, the oldest in the area, can also be found here. In addition, the park features the Fort Lawton Historic District, including "Officers' Row" and military buildings surviving from the park's days as an Army fort. BUS: 33
Discovery Park
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3801 Discovery Park Blvd, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 386-4236
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Farrel-Mc Whirter Park
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REDMOND. This 68-acre park offers numerous recreation options for the entire family. Enjoy trails for horseback riding, walking, and biking or take advantage of picnic areas and the playground. There's also a group of farm animals that are especially popular with the kids. Located a short drive from Redmond's town center.
Farrel-Mc Whirter Park
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19545 NE Redmond Rd, Redmond, WA, United States
(425) 556-2300
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Gas Works Park
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WALLINGFORD. On the north end of Lake Union, you'll find what may be the most unique park in the area. The 21-acre industrial area, formerly the site of a gas plant, was transformed in the 1975 into a recreational complex (a worldwide first). You'll find that there's plenty to do in the park, including kayaking, sailing, picnicking, and bicycling. From atop the park's 60-foot hill, visitors have one of Seattle's best views, and the park is a favorite place to view the city's Fourth of July fireworks display. To reserve their 200-seat picnic shelter for special occasions, call 206-684-4081 for reservations. BUS: 26
Gas Works Park
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2101 N Northlake Way, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 684-4075
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Grass Lawn Park
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REDMOND. Tennis enthusiasts will be sure to enjoy Grass Lawn Park, which features six outdoor courts. The 28-acre park also offers ball fields, playgrounds, basketball courts, restrooms, and picnicking areas.
Grass Lawn Park
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7031 148th Ave NE, Redmond, WA, United States
(425) 556-2300
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Kirkland Performance Center
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REDMOND. A forum for the best in international talent, the Kirkland Performance Center hosts a wide range of quality productions throughout the year. Offerings include musicals, dramas, children's theater productions, and ballet, along with a regular schedule of orchestra and jazz performances.
Kirkland Performance Center
http://www.kpcenter.org
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350 Kirkland Ave, Kirkland, WA, United States
(425) 893-9900
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Green Lake Park
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NORTH METRO. This local park accommodates a host of joggers, in-line skaters, and sunbathers. The greenbelt around Green Lake, picturesque as it is, looks like a slice of southern California transferred to the Northwest. Although the 2.8-mile paved inner circuit can be crowded, enterprising runners often test their abilities on the unpaved 3.2-mile, outer-loop track. As you exercise, you may find yourself in good company: Former President Clinton has been known to jog here when he's in town.
Green Lake Park
http://www.seattle.gov/parks
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7201 East Green Lake Dr N, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 684-0780
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Idylwood Park
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REDMOND. Overlooking Sammamish Lake, Idylwood Park is a great place for picnicking, swimming, or just relaxing and taking in the great scenery. Dogs are welcome as long as you use the cleanup bags provided. Located within close proximity to businesses such as Microsoft, Safeco, and Nintendo.
Idylwood Park
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35 West Lake Sammamish Pkwy NE, Redmond, WA, United States
(425) 556-2300
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Marymoor Park
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PIONEER SQUARE. When gold was discovered in the Yukon Territory in 1897, thousands of people flocked to Seattle to outfit their expeditions to the north. The exhibits here detail this phenomenon, as well as the conditions, hardships, and successes in the quest for gold. Uniformed rangers guide visitors through informative displays and recount stories full of both fact and folklore. During the summer months, they offer gold panning demonstrations and historic walking tours of Pioneer Square.
Marymoor Park
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6046 West Lake Sammamish Parkway Northeast, Redmond, WA, United States
(206) 205-3661
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Sammamish River Trail
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REDMOND. This 10.9-mile trail runs from Marymoor Park to Burke Gilman Trail in Bothell, and features a paved path for walkers and cyclists and an adjacent unpaved trail for equestrian use.
Sammamish River Trail
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Volunteer Park
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CAPITOL HILL. Thanks to well-manicured grounds and lovely ponds, this park is one of Seattle's most elegant. Mansions surround the 48-acre complex, imparting a stately feel to the area and giving it added beauty. The park, which is dedicated to Seattle residents who fought in the Spanish-American War, also features tennis courts, a 1912 greenhouse, and a kids play area with a wading pool. The sweeping views alone ­ of the Space Needle, Puget Sound, and the Olympic Mountains ­ make this park an excellent destination. BUS: 10, 7
Volunteer Park
http://www.seattle.gov/parks/park_detail.asp?id=399
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1247 15th Ave E, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 684-4075
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Bainbridge Island Ferry
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DOWNTOWN. From Seattle's downtown waterfront, it takes only 35 minutes to arrive at Bainbridge Island. Along the way, you can enjoy all the wonderful sights that make Seattle such a unique city. The snowcapped Olympic Mountains, Seattle's skyline, and the eastern view of Mount Rainier are all points of interest along the way. Peak season is early May through mid-October.
Bainbridge Island Ferry
http://www.wsdot.wa.gov/ferries/vesselwatch/TerminalDetail.aspx?terminalid=7
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497 Harborview Dr SE, Bainbridge Island, WA, United States
(206) 515-3400
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Fishermen's Terminal
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QUEEN ANNE. The sight of 700 vessels heading into port after a long day on the water grants spectators a deep appreciation for a fisherman's work, dedication, and patience. Long an important industry in the area, fishing in Seattle accounts for over 50 percent of the seafood caught in the United States. When the ships come in, the piers teem with curious onlookers, eager to see what crabbers and fishermen have hauled in from the sea. More Details
Fishermen's Terminal
http://www.portseattle.org
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3919 18th Ave W, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 787-3395
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Lake View Cemetery
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CAPITOL HILL. Set high above the city, Lakeview Cemetery affords incomparable views of Puget Sound and the Olympic Range. It's also where some of Seattle's most famous citizens have been laid to rest. Among the well-known are Bruce and Brandon Lee, father and son martial arts experts and film stars. Their gravesites, and others in the cemetery, attract thousands of tourists annually. Adjacent to the north side of Volunteer Park.
Lake View Cemetery
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1554 15th Ave E, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 322-1582
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Bill Speidel's Underground Tour
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PIONEER SQUARE. When Seattle's 1889 fire leveled part of the city, officials decided to raise the city to a higher level, both metaphorically and literally. The portion left behind (and beneath) is now subject matter for a tour of Seattle's past, especially its unsavory part. The network of abandoned rooms and paths is interesting, but the stories and tales of prostitutes, thieves, and prominent residents really brings the area to life. A fascinating glimpse into the city's heritage.
Bill Speidel's Underground Tour
http://www.undergroundtour.com
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608 1st Ave, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 682-4646
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Point Defiance Zoo & Aquarium
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TACOMA. The novelty of seeing land animals and marine creatures in one place makes Point Defiance an attractive prospect. Its 29 acres are divided into themed areas like Rocky Shores/Tundra, Wild Wonders, North Pacific Aquarium, and Asian Forest Sanctuary, which features endangered primates and tigers in an approximation of their natural habitats. Rare beluga whales are also a draw. Free parking, spectacular views of surrounding scenery, and plenty of eating and shopping options keep happy visitors coming back.
Point Defiance Zoo & Aquarium
http://www.pdza.org
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5400 N Pearl St, Tacoma, WA, United States
(253) 591-5337
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Woodland Park Zoo
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GREENLAKE. Woodland Park Zoo, spread across 65 acres, houses more than 1000 animals from 290 species and draws over a million visitors annually. Exhibits mimic natural habitats, creating a lush, forest-like setting. Popular exhibits include Bug World (walkingsticks, beetles, and ants, oh my!), elephant forest, African savanna, snow leopards, and jaguars. Many indoor exhibits and viewing shelters are also available should the weather be uncooperative. Plenty of cafes and food kiosks can be found too, or you may bring a picnic lunch to enjoy.
Woodland Park Zoo
http://www.zoo.org
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601 N 59th St, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 548-2500
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Alibi Room
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DOWNTOWN. A popular restaurant by day, the Alibi Room really comes alive at night. Owned by a group of filmmakers, the club works to support independent films and their creators, by fostering an artistic dialogue among patrons and making scripts available for public perusal. If that's a bit heavy for you, just come and dance to the mixed rhythms of rotating DJs or enjoy one of their specialty vodka drinks. You'll also find live music from time to time, along with a great wine list and tasty appetizers. A real local favorite, Alibi plays host to everyone from the eccentric to the street smart.
Alibi Room
http://seattlealibi.com
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85 Pike St #410, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 623-3180
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Barça
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CAPITOL HILL. Featuring more than two-dozen draught beers, over 70 vodkas, and an impressive selection of wine, this upscale bar is the preferred watering hole for many of Capitol Hill's more fashion-conscious movers and shakers. The decor bears a bit of a Mediterranean lilt, with a long, wavy bar, shrimp-hued walls, and funky blue balconies dominating the scene. Lounge areas in the front in the back offer comfortable settings for catching up with old friends, and theme nights offer excellent opportunities for making new acquaintances.
Barça
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1510 11th Ave, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 325-8263
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Belltown Billiards & Lounge
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BELLTOWN. Up for a game of eight-ball and a martini? This upscale pool hall gives you the chance to show off your moves and perhaps score a few bucks from the guys at work. You can also demonstrate moves on the dance floor, thanks to DJs and live bands who perform regularly. Although the place is 21-and-up after 9pm, sometimes groups just skirt that limit. So, be prepared for a little rambunctiousness from time to time. Drinks are of a good quality, from beer to wine, and Belltown also offers a primarily Mediterranean menu when you want something to eat. Women never have to pay a cover charge.
Belltown Billiards & Lounge
http://www.belltownseattle.com
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90 Blanchard St, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 420-3146
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Black Bottle
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BELLTOWN. Upscale, contemporary digs and an interesting variety of wines, beers and cocktails give this bar instant appeal. Specializing in shared plates, the menu offers plenty of choices, from grilled lamb and sumac hummus to roasted tomato and spinach flatbread to ceviche mahi mahi.
Black Bottle
http://blackbottleseattle.com
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2600 1st Ave, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 441-1500
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Fado Irish Pub
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DOWNTOWN. This character-laden hotspot offers authentic Irish pub atmosphere with food, drink, and entertainment to match. Inside, you'll find quintessential dark-wood bar areas, cozy nooks, and plenty of "pub" ambiance. The place tends to get packed quickly after the sun goes down, and many nights, Fadó features live music ­ dancing is always encouraged ­ as well as special events to celebrate soccer (football!) matches. To mark your visit, stop by the gift shop and pick up a few things Irish. And remember to arrive early to snag a table and avoid a cover charge (which is cash-only).
Fado Irish Pub
http://www.fadoirishpub.com/seattle
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801 1st Ave, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 264-2700
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F.X. McRory's
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PIONEER SQUARE. Billing itself as a steak, chop, and oyster house, McRory's is also popular with sports fans, given its vicinity to Safeco Field and the football stadium. The establishment consists of both a bar and restaurant, both of which serve a variety of beers (including microbrews) and some pretty good steaks. Dark woods surround patrons at the bar, which boasts four TVs to ensure that you never miss a game. The restaurant menu is available in the bar, and you can also get fresh oysters, both steamed and raw. A full bar guarantees that you have any beverage you desire, and you can partake inside or on the outside deck. Plus, the bar typically closes an hour later than the restaurant serves food. Great for groups.
F.X. McRory's
http://www.fxmcrorys.com
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419 Occidental Ave S, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 623-4800
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Garage
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CAPITOL HILL. Although the name alludes to the building's original usage as an auto repair garage, renovations have maintained the industrial appeal while incorporating chrome and vinyl accents. Garage is home to a bar, restaurant, pool hall, and bowling alley frequented by a youngish crowd and fledgling musicians (not surprising since one of the club's partners is Pearl Jam's Mike McCready). It's a bit pricey compared to other pool halls, but the atmosphere goes a long way to recommend it. The food is globally influenced, as are beverages. Bowling lanes and pool tables are priced by the hour.
Garage
http://www.garagebilliards.com
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1130 Broadway, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 322-2296
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Lava Lounge
BELLTOWN. Tiki torches, shuffleboard, Hawaiian wood masks, and a Miss Pac Man ­ this South Pacific-themed bar definitely appeals to those area 20-somethings who are yearning for a tropical atmosphere and other fashionably clad bodies to warm up to. A good place to meet up after work, Lava earns high praise for its low happy hour prices. As the night wears on, the DJ du jour steps to the forefront to spin the latest alternative, country, and R&B tunes and work the crowd into a frenzy. Live music is also featured from time to time. Outdoor seating is available when the weather's nice.
Lava Lounge
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2226 2nd Ave, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 441-5660
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Oliver's Lounge
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DOWNTOWN. An elegant alternative to louder, more high-profile watering holes, this quintessential hotel bar offers an upscale scene complete with a waitstaff dressed to the nines, European-inspired decor, and some of the Sound's best cocktails. A Seattle standard since the mid-'70s, Oliver's has won numerous accolades for its classic martinis. Add in an eclectic lunch menu with the likes of a panini misto sandwich (portabellas, grilled eggplant, and roasted peppers) and Dungeness crab cakes with paprika-parmesan fries, and it's little wonder that Oliver's is such a closely guarded secret of downtown's well-heeled crowd.
Oliver's Lounge
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405 Olive Way, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 623-8700
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Quinn's Pub
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CAPITOL HILL. Dark wood accents, floor-to-ceiling windows and a comfortable bar distinguish the interior of this striking two-level space. Sibling to Restaurant Zoe, the pub delivers interesting beers and scrumptious gourmet cooking in a casual atmosphere. Try a wagyu beef burger with cheddar, bacon and fries or an order of tasty fish and chips.
Quinn's Pub
http://www.quinnspubseattle.com
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1001 E Pike St, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 325-7711
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Tap House Grill
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DOWNTOWN. Beer connoisseurs sit at the long curving bar of this swanky establishment and marvel at its 160 varieties on tap. You'll also find a fun selection of cocktails and martinis, along with 20 wines available by the glass. At happy hour, folks nibble on Santa Fe beef wontons, popcorn shrimp and sushi rolls. The dinner menu features steaks, seafood, sandwiches and pastas.
Tap House Grill
http://www.taphousegrill.com
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1506 6th Ave, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 816-3314
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Central Saloon
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PIONEER SQUARE & INT'L DISTRICT. Established in 1892, the historic Central Saloon stands as the Seattle area's oldest watering hole, its antique green front facade likely looking much as did back in the "Skid Row" days, when Pioneer Square was an area of ill-repute. Today's clientele is distinctly more upscale than that of 1901, and you'll likely find a wide range of people saddled up at the old bar, enjoying everything from PBR to Red Hook. The Saloon features live bands nightly, usually a local or regional talent, and also participates in the Pioneer Square Joint Cover, which allows patrons pay one base cover charge for entry into a handful of Pioneer Square nightspots.
Central Saloon
http://www.centralsaloon.com
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207 1st Ave S, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 622-0209
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The Saint
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CAPITOL HILL. Boasting an extensive selection of tequilas, this intimate bar offers a refined presentation of Mexican food and drink.
The Saint
http://www.thesaintsocialclub.com
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1416 E Olive Way, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 323-9922
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Tini Bigs Lounge
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BELLTOWN. This casual joint with retro styling is one of Seattle's best places to score a perfectly mixed martini. Although the place can get crowded, you'll find a cool contingent of patrons ready to increase their beverage repertoire. Martinis, served with vodka or gin, come in a 10-oz. glass and in a variety of formulations. Choose from the Feng Shui martini, the Mexi-Tini, the Flir-Tini, or a host of others. If you're particular about your drink, they're happy to craft something to your specifications. You'll also find a good selection of single malt scotches and a menu of creative sandwiches and appetizers to help combat the effects of the alcohol.
Tini Bigs Lounge
http://www.tinibigs.com
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100 Denny Way, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 284-0931
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Victory Lounge
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EASTLAKE. Meet locals at this classy bar, where folks chat over cocktails, shoot pool, and catch the latest sports coverage. A large deck helps accommodate crowds, and the excellent fare ranges from paninis to Polish sausages to chili.
Victory Lounge
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433 Eastlake Ave E, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 382-4467
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Virginia Inn
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DOWNTOWN. Boasting great atmosphere and terrific local brews, this favorite haunt of young Pike Place-area professionals enjoys a primo corner location. Works by local artists add an intriguing touch to the interior, which is otherwise cozy and pub-like. The bar is usually populated with an eclectic mix of people drinking everything from wine and cocktails to domestic, imported, and locally-brewed beers.
Virginia Inn
http://www.virginiainnseattle.com
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1937 1st Ave, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 728-1937
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World Sports Grille
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LAKE UNION. This 24,000-square-foot, two floor complex houses a wide variety of entertainment possibilities, including pool, video games, darts, karaoke, dancing, and ping pong. Sports fans especially relish the 27 TVs (nine of them are 60-inchers), which make Wold's Sports Grille a fun spot to catch the game with friends. In addition, two restaurants and a fifty-foot bar ensure that you're bound to find something to suit your appetite, even if it's just a burger and a beer.
World Sports Grille
http://www.worldsportsgrille.com
https://maps.google.com/maps?q=World+Sports+Grille>%4047.62626,-122.339333
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731 Westlake Ave N, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 223-0300
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Zig Zag Cafe
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DOWNTOWN. Attentive service, awesome drinks and an appealing outdoor patio draw visitors to this intimate cocktail bar. Serving a late-night menu of salads, sandwiches, flatbread house pie and seafood until 1am, it's a popular place to hang out with an eclectic crowd of all ages who enjoy good food, drinks and fun.
Zig Zag Cafe
http://zigzagseattle.com
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1501 Western Ave #202, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 625-1146
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The Baltic Room
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CAPITOL HILL. Elegance and style characterize this hip bar, which pulls in its share of attractive young professionals. Dark furnishings, candles, and a fireplace all add a note of intimacy, and ceiling-mounted stars twinkle in the dimness. Depending on when you're there, you'll find vocalists, jazz bands, or DJs spinning a variety of tunes as patrons boogie on the dance floor. If you get hungry, there's a variety of foods to satiate, and of course, drinks of all sorts are widely available. Given its popularity, Baltic can get somewhat crowded, but its fantastic ambience and great entertainment more than compensate. It's also an ideal destination if you want to impress a date with a romantic evening.
The Baltic Room
http://www.balticroom.com
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1207 Pine St, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 625-4444
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Century Ballroom
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CAPITOL HILL. Sit back and enjoy salsa and swing music and dancing performances, or join in the dancing yourself (after a brief lesson, of course); Century Ballroom affords the opportunity to do both. An extensive schedule of dance classes means you can cultivate your craft beforehand; alternatively, quick lessons are frequently offered before the action gets going on most evenings. Occasionally, the dance floor clears and energetic musical acts take to the stage. At shows, a minimum food charge of $10 per person applies. More Details
Century Ballroom
http://www.centuryballroom.com
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915 E Pine St, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 324-7263
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Chop Suey
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CAPITOL HILL. This trendy nightspot features a dizzying array of live music and DJ-led dance parties each week. True to its name, the bar sports a Far East motif that includes black-and-white action photos of Bruce Lee, a smiling bronze Buddha overlooking the bar, and pagoda-style accents adorning the ceiling. Side note: Keep your eyes peeled for Chop Suey's ingenious event posters hanging around town ­ they're something of a local legend. Hours vary every week depending on who's playing. Doors usually open around 8pm, but call ahead.
Chop Suey
http://www.chopsuey.com
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1325 E Madison St, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 324-8005
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Club Contour
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PIONEER SQUARE. This welcome addition to Pioneer Square offers a hip twist on the usual club scene. Works by local artists provide upscale decor, and food offerings like fried calamari rings with tzatziki are a step above typical club fare. Dancing is taken seriously; hip-hop, funk, industrial, and trance boom over the intimate dance floor, and the club stays open until the wee hours on weekends to accommodate hardcore partiers. Live jazz is not unheard of in the earlier evening hours, and occasionally, DJs take requests.
Club Contour
http://www.clubcontour.com
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807 1st Ave, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 447-7704
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Little Red Hen
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NORTH METRO. Seattle's not just about grunge anymore, and Little Red Hen is a perfect example of why. Here, you can dance, you can sing and you can listen to live country music every day of the week. There are free country dance lessons, and for nights when a band isn't booked, you can always show off your chops by stepping on stage for karaoke.
Little Red Hen
http://www.littleredhen.com
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7115 Woodlawn Ave NE, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 522-1168
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Neighbours
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CAPITOL HILL. In previous years, this club was one of Seattle's best venues for dancing, and although the competition has increased, Neighbours still offers a good time. Many of its patrons are gay, but many are also straight, now that the place has mellowed and expanded its reach. Thanks to a large dance floor, clubbers show off their moves with abandon, shaking and gyrating to everything from techno and disco to R&B and even the pop tunes that everyone disavows but loves nonetheless. Everyone's welcome, and you're certain to see a wide variety of patrons. After all, fun has no boundaries.
Neighbours
http://neighboursnightclub.com
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1509 Broadway, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 324-5358
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N O C
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DOWNTOWN. Stylish decor, comfortable furnishings and cheap drinks make this club an appealing happy hour spot, but watch out for its dance parties! The moment that DJs start playing pop or alternative rock tracks, a diverse, high-energy cast of characters hits the floor. For a flashback to the '80s, show up on Tuesday or Saturday, or come on Wednesday for an Indie / Electro / Britpop fix.
N O C
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1353 E Olive Way, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 420-7778
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Re-Bar
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BELLTOWN. Dim and atmospheric, this venue presents entertainment in a variety of guises. Most frequently, the place is a dance club, spinning hip-hop and disco from its repertoire of musical genres. At other times, Re-bar hosts theater performances; notable productions try to expand cultural ground, and some put a contemporary ­ and often gay ­ spin on classic works. From time to time, you'll also find live bands playing. The crowd is a diverse mix of gay, straight, lesbian, and artistic types who are certain to provide a fresh atmosphere and a cool combination of fun.
Re-Bar
http://www.rebarseattle.com
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1114 Howell St, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 233-9873
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See Sound Lounge
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BELLTOWN. Fashionable patrons chat over Cosmos and nibble on appetizers like Mediterranean samplers and ginger beef skewers at this alluring lounge. Usually spinning techno or house, DJs lure folks to their feet with little effort. A nice perk is that $3 drinks are available from 7pm to 10pm daily.
See Sound Lounge
http://www.seesoundlounge.com
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(206) 979-3733
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Trinity Nightclub
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DOWNTOWN. Three nightlife experiences in one, Trinity caters to those clubgoers always looking for something new. The most action can be found in the Main Room, which features a spacious dance floor, state-of-the-art lighting and sound systems, and a DJ booth constructed from a pulpit. Relax with a cocktail and tasty dim sum or sushi in the elegant, scarlet-hued Card Room, and then surrender yourself to the beat in the ultra-trendy, futuristically-lit Blue Room. The club attracts top talent from across the country and beyond, who spin a fresh mix of Top 40, hip-hop, and house.
Trinity Nightclub
http://www.trinitynightclub.com
https://maps.google.com/maps?q=Trinity+Nightclub>%4047.601617,-122.333324
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111 Yesler Way, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 697-7702
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88 Keys
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PIONEER SQUARE. Shrinking violets, beware: With two dueling piano players, a raucous atmosphere, and audience participation near 100%, 88 Keys is a great place to let loose. Musicians keep things boisterous with witty banter, good-natured ribbing, and familiar tunes that all seem to be crowd favorites. Get your courage up with tube or jello shots or a good old-fashioned mixed bucket of beers. A mainstay of younger crowds, the bar also pulls in business travelers on the quest for a good time.
88 Keys
http://www.ilove88keys.com
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315 2nd Ave S, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 839-1300
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Can Can
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DOWNTOWN. A relative newcomer to the Seattle scene, this high-energy venue provides a little bit of everything cabaret-style performances, cocktails enlivened with freshly-squeezed fruit juices, and an ambitious menu of inventive appetizers and entrees. In-house dance troupe The Contábellas alternate waitressing duties with rousing performances; afterwards, a variety of live music can be heard. Detailed, frilly costuming and a Parisian fin de siècle atmosphere add to an evening's enjoyment.
Can Can
http://thecancan.com
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94 Pike St, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 652-0832
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The Paramount Theatre
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DOWNTOWN. Dating to the late 19th century, this venue has been restored to the glory it knew as a movie theater in the 1920s. These days, you can catch acts as diverse as Boyz II Men and David Bowie, and there's even the odd speaking engagement ­ Dr. Maya Angelou, for example, has made an appearance. Enjoy the sumptuous, gilt-edged surroundings as you take in a show. If dancing is called for, the seating area quickly converts to a stunning hardwood ballroom floor.
The Paramount Theatre
http://stgpresents.org/paramount
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911 Pine St, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 902-5500
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Conor Byrne
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FREMONT. An authentic Irish pub in the Ballard area, Conor Byrne offers patrons a cozy setting in which to enjoy a pint of stout and a bit of live music, be it traditional Irish, jazz, folk, or bluegrass. While elegant chandeliers softly light the beautiful mahogany bar, the pub's exposed brick walls are adorned with various pieces of local artwork and several pieces of Irish-related memorabilia.
Conor Byrne
http://conorbyrnepub.com
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5140 Ballard Ave NW, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 784-3640
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Dimitriou's Jazz Alley
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DOWNTOWN. This local institution is the place for true jazz lovers, and the "best of" awards it's garnered are proof of its quality and longevity. The elegant club offers specially created artwork and first-rate lighting and sound systems. Patrons dress for the evening, and many of them dine in the club's restaurant before they partake of the musical entertainment, which includes two sets nightly. A full service bar makes sure that you'll have a cocktail or glass of wine to add to the mellow atmosphere. Some of jazz's best talents have played here (Tito Puente, Branford Marsalis, Diane Schuur, and Cleo Laine), and aficionados always make the Alley a West Coast stop.
Dimitriou's Jazz Alley
http://www.jazzalley.com
https://maps.google.com/maps?q=Dimitriou%26%2339%3bs+Jazz+Alley>%4047.614743,-122.33934
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2033 6th Ave, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 441-9729
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El Corazon
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CAPITOL HILL. El Corazon books local and national bands in every rock genre ­ punk, metal, indie, math, emo, goth plus the occasional hip-hop or electronica band. Hours vary, but the club is usually open every day from about 6:30pm. Some shows are all ages ­ check the website for details.
El Corazon
http://www.elcorazonseattle.com
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109 Eastlake Ave E, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 381-3094
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Redhook Brewery & Forecasters Pub
http://www.redhook.com
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14300 NE 145th St, Woodinville, WA, United States
(425) 420-1110
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Kells
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DOWNTOWN. If you're around Pike Place Market, you'll definitely want to ferret out Kells, whose location can seem nearly hidden. The authentic Irish pub offers traditional decor and distinct areas for dining and drinking. Draft beers include Harp and Carlsberg, and you'll also find ever-popular Guinness and a host of Seattle microbrews, plus single malt scotches. The menu boasts favorites like shepherd's pie, Irish stew, roast, and pasties, along with a few American standards. Live Irish music every night adds to the pub's appeal, and there's even an outdoor patio where you can people-watch and relax.
Kells
http://www.kellsirish.com
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1916 Post Alley, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 728-1916
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Molly Maguires
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BALLARD. With a friendly clientele that includes tourists, blue collar folks, young professionals, and occasional students, Molly's may seem more like a family reunion at times than a bar full of complete strangers. Here things are as they should be: the Guinness pours rich and dark while tenors sing the praises of fair Irish women ­ and that's just on Wednesday nights! In addition to live music, Molly's sponsors pool tournaments and trivia nights. A traditional pub menu is available, and a full Irish breakfast is served every Sunday.
Molly Maguires
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610 NW 65th St, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 789-9643
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Mona's Bistro & Lounge
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GREEN LAKE. A quiet gathering spot for after-work drinks, this cozy bistro has earned quite a reputation as a date place, so plan to impress someone special with a candle-lit table overlooking Green Lake and superb Mediterranean-Italian fare. Patrons in the sleek bar can enjoy expertly mixed cocktails, as well as a full array of tapas ­ a great prelude to a bottle of port shared among friends. From Wednesday till Saturday, live jazz or spinning DJs add to the distinctly uptown air.
Mona's Bistro & Lounge
http://thurstonsbistro.com
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6421 Latona Ave NE, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 402-3553
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Neumos
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CAPITOL HILL. This music club hosts awesome punk and indie-rock concerts and has attracted bands like Black Mountain, Vampire Weekend, Buckethead and The Reconteurs. The digs accomodate 800 fans, mostly with standing space, but three bars and balcony seating are available, too.
Neumos
http://neumos.com
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925 E Pike St, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 709-9442
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New Orleans Creole Restaurant
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PIONEER SQUARE. Thanks to healthy doses of French Quarter charm, Big Easy-style cooking, and terrific live music, this establishment ably pleases, and its relatively close proximity to the city's main sporting venues gives it added appeal on game days. A schedule of regional jazz, blues, zydeco and Dixieland bands is occasionally complemented by national acts. And since the stage is right in the center of the dining room, there's really not a bad seat in the house. The wide-ranging menu features Creole and Cajun specialties. New Orleans is also a participant in the neighborhood's "joint cover" nights ­ when a cover charge is paid at one club, admission is granted at ten other Pioneer Square clubs.
New Orleans Creole Restaurant
http://www.neworleanscreolerestaurant.com
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114 First Ave S, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 622-2563
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Owl N' Thistle
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DOWNTOWN. Unassuming and unpretentious, this Irish pub offers laid-back ambience for its cast of regulars and for first-timers who drop in. The menu makes available Emerald Isle classics like fish and chips, Guinness beef stew, and shepherd's pie; the bar offers Guinness, Harp, and local microbrews. Nightly music performances include sets by the pub's house band and by other local talents as well. The back room features a pool table and jukebox, and you'll also find a big-screen TV that broadcasts the best sports events of the day.
Owl N' Thistle
http://www.owlnthistle.com
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808 Post Ave, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 621-7777
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Seamonster Lounge
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WALLINGFORD. An eclectic lounge hides behind this unassuming storefront. Featuring live music almost every night of the week, it promises a unique mix of jazz, soul, R&B, and blues. DJs fill the gaps on off-nights. With a fairly small stage, the club delivers an intimate listening experience and a chance to connect with performers. A limited but solid menu, helpful servers, and well-poured drinks increase the attractiveness of this neighborhood gem.
Seamonster Lounge
http://www.seamonsterlounge.com
https://maps.google.com/maps?q=Seamonster+Lounge>%4047.661649,-122.332359
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2202 N 45th St, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 992-1120
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Skylark Cafe & Club
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DOWNTOWN. Although it's experienced a variety of incarnations, the Showbox today is a must-visit place to catch touring bands. Amid Art Deco columns, young and hip crowds clamor to hear and see their favorite groups. There's even a dance floor for them to show off their moves if the spirit strikes. Plus, several bars accommodate patrons with a good menu of libations. If hunger strikes, check out the Green Room for some Mexican-inspired pub grub. DJs play when bands aren't booked.
Skylark Cafe & Club
http://www.skylarkcafe.com
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3803 Delridge Way SW, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 935-2111
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Tractor
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BALLARD. Known locally as the "Double T," this nightspot features a smorgasbord of American music on a weekly basis, and performances range from zydeco, bluegrass, and country to rock, folk, and jazz. In addition to great live music, the Tractor also offers tasty, down-home cooking, including BBQ. Completing the distinctly American scene are walls decorated with old tractor parts and farming implements. Past acts have included John Wesley Harding, Kristin Hersh, J Mascis, Victoria Williams, and the Austin Lounge Lizards. Cash only at the door; Visa and Mastercard accepted at the bar.
Tractor
http://www.tractortavern.com
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5213 Ballard Ave NW, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 789-3599
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Tula's Restaurant and Jazz Club
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It's all about the jazz at this trendy Belltown classic, where the management brings in an impressive mix of regional and national talent to perform for its fashion-conscious clientele. The non-descript storefront appears to hide little more than your normal downtown beer den, but inside you'll find a cool scene that even a hipster from Chicago's Northside would find easy on the eye and ear. In addition, delicious Northwest pub-grub is available, including pastas, burgers, and salads, as well as cod fish and chips, and an unforgettable clam strip dinner.
Tula's Restaurant and Jazz Club
http://www.tulas.com
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2214 2nd Ave, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 443-4221
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74th Street Ale House
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NORTH METRO. Billed as a great place for folks to gather, this friendly pub is just that. Long and narrow, the place compels patrons to meet and greet, capturing the true spirit of the traditional public house. Added to the mix is the fantastic food, which departs from the usual "wings and things" mentality to include specials like salmon nicoise, chicken enchiladas, and Big Easy-style gumbo. Of course, the true draw is the wide beer selection, which includes Mac & Jacks African Amber, Diamond Knot IPA, and Rogue Dead Guy Ale.
74th Street Ale House
http://www.seattlealehouses.com
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7401 Greenwood Ave N, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 784-2955
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The Attic
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MADISON PARK. This friendly, local place is a favorite with folks in the neighborhood, who often relax in the cozy surroundings and chat with whoever's around. You'll find a good selection of beers, including about a dozen drafts, and there's also pub food for added energy (burgers and sandwiches, along with a variety of hot dinner specials). TVs scattered throughout the space ensure that you won't miss big games, and since the pub is open late, you know that you'll be in good company, especially on busy weekend nights. On mild days, try to score a sidewalk seat to scope out passersby and enjoy the sun.
The Attic
http://www.atticalehouse.com
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4226 E Madison St, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 323-3131
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Circa
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WEST SEATTLE. Decorated with wrought iron fixtures and painted tangerine and aubergine hues, this sleek neighborhood pub perfectly mirrors the upstart attitude of its West Seattle environs. In the evenings, area professionals stop in to enjoy a microbrew or glass of wine at the refreshingly subdued bar. The menu offers a unique take on the concept of pub grub, winning patrons with dishes like Spanish-style fried calamari with lemon-garlic aioli, chicken jambalaya with andouille sausage, and enchiladas. Innovative egg dishes (served at weekend brunches) have become somewhat of a local legend.
Circa
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2605 California Ave SW, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 923-1102
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George & Dragon Pub
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FREMONT. Located between Palentine and Greenwood, many regard the George & Dragon Pub as the UK's Seattle embassy, and it does attract its share of expats. Indeed, when "football's on the telly," you can expect to see this authentic English pub packed to the hilt with folks clamoring to see Arsenal, Man-United, and the like. All the usual suspects are present and accounted for at the taps, whether it's John Courage, Bass, or Newcastle you crave. In addition, the menu features classic pub fare like bangers & mash and shepherd's pie.
George & Dragon Pub
http://georgeanddragonpub.com
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206 N 36th St, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 545-6864
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Latona
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NORTH METRO. Regional brews like Red Hook, Elysian, and Pike Place are given top billing at this tavern, which has made a complete turn-around from the dive it was a decade ago. Today, large windows, high ceilings, and marble-topped tables join pastel hues and live jazz, blues, and folk music to create a scene that's unquestionably upscale. Although the beer list rotates frequently, you can always count on one cask-conditioned offering. Scrumptious food choices include dishes like beef burgundy pot pie, duck confit salad, wild salmon filet, and chicken curry.
Latona
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6423 Latona Ave NE, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 525-2238
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The Peoples Pub
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BALLARD. A quintessential German pub, this local institution places a premium on the things that matter: excellent food, drink, and cheer like you'd expect to find at an Old Country alehouse. Indeed, you won't find gaudy decor and flashing neon lights that hide shortcomings ­ simple wooden chairs and paneling are as flashy as it gets. What you will find, though, is a friendly crowd that enjoys Spaten, Hofbrauhaus, and Moose Drool draughts alongside good conversation and an order of wiener schnitzel.
The Peoples Pub
http://www.peoplespub.com
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5429 Ballard Ave NW, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 783-6521
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Prost
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GREENWOOD. When Northsiders are looking for a homey place to drink and chat with friends, this alehaus often springs to mind. Appropriately named after the German word for "cheers," the place has the look and feel of an Old World beer hall, from its mural of a lovely Oktoberfest mistress to ornate beer steins. After wetting your whistle with a few liters of the house hefeweizen, check out the menu, which boasts everything from brats and kraut to enormous Bavarian pretzels with spicy mustard.
Prost
http://www.prosttavern.net
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7311 Greenwood Ave N, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 706-5430
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Smith
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CAPITOL HILL. Crowds pack dark wood booths and long tables at this booming English-style pub, which is adorned with mounted deer heads and vintage portraits. You'll find an excellent variety of imported brews to quaff, and tempting appetizers, burgers, steaks and other standbys are prepared with a contemporary twist.
Smith
http://smithseattle.com
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332 15th Ave E, Seattle, WA 98112, USA
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Admiral Pub
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WEST SEATTLE. A popular spot for catching the latest sports coverage and shooting pool, this neighborhood bar offers 13 draft beers and satisfying grub.
Admiral Pub
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2306 California Ave SW, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 933-9500
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Floyd's Place
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QUEEN ANNE. It's not hard to find this watering hole ­ its dancing pig and waltzing cow sign is a neighborhood landmark. Right down the street from Key Arena, it's a favorite pre-game gathering spot for Sonics fans. An impressive selection of premium domestic and imported drafts joins homemade BBQ to create just the right recipe for a day of sports on the tube. After downing some brews and a brisket or two, work off the extra calories in the back room by playing eight ball, shuffleboard, or pinball.
Floyd's Place
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521 1st Ave N, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 284-3542
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Fremont Dock Restaurant
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FREMONT. Step into this friendly neighborhood establishment to catch the game, and enjoy a cold beer and a heaping plate of steak and eggs. Two big-screen TVs mean that you'll have a great view of sports action, usually devoted to the Seahawks, Mariners, Sonics, or Huskies. Monday nights are dedicated to football and to great food and drink specials. Popular breakfast fare ­ including favorites like corned beef hash and eggs, omelets, and buttermilk pancakes ­ is served until 2pm.
Fremont Dock Restaurant
http://www.fremontdock.com
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1102 N 34th St, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 829-8372
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The Showbox
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Showbox 1939 Club. Get guaranteed seating, express entry and hassle-free ticketing, all year long!
The Showbox
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1426 1st Ave, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 628-3151
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Neumos
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Located in the Capitol Hill neighborhood.
Neumos
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925 E Pike St, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 709-9442
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The Crocodile
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The Crocodile is a legendary music club at 2200 2nd Avenue at Blanchard Street in the neighborhood of Belltown in Seattle, Washington, USA.
The Crocodile
http://thecrocodile.com
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2200 2nd Ave, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 441-4618
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World Sports Grille
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After 22 years as Jillian's, World Sports Grille has undergone the first phase of an extensive remodel. Our downstairs area is now an island bar with great views of South Lake Union. World Sports Grille features 20 NW beers on tap and a new menu offering regional cuisines. We offer the best in sports viewing in the area with a wide array of HD TVs. WSG has event and banquet space that accommodates parties from 2 to 1000.
World Sports Grille
http://www.worldsportsgrille.com
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731 Westlake Ave N, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 223-0300
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Sluggers
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Founded March 10th, 1998 in the historic Pioneer Square District. Once an alley way & a laundry mat, the Sluggers location has been a bar for the past 34 years. Right across from Qwest field, it makes for a raucous time before & after games.
Sluggers
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538 1st Ave S, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 654-8070
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Spitfire
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With over 4000 square feet of space, Spitfire has transformed the once famous Sit & Spin into a venue and events space with endless possibilities. Whether big or small, lavish or minimal, our team can help develop and host most any event or special occasion. From the blank slate of the private back room to the cozy booths and meeting tables in the front of venue the possibilities are limitless.
Spitfire
http://spitfireseattle.com
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2219 4th Ave, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 441-7966
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Anthony's Pier 66
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BELLTOWN. Boasting great waterfront views and an expansive dining area with several distinct venues, this branch of the Anthony's chain is inviting and bright. It also offers outdoor dining when the weather cooperates. The menu features a cornucopia of fresh, well-prepared Northwestern seafood. Among the dishes you'll find are lobster, salmon, Dungeness crab cakes, coconut prawns, and Alaskan halibut. The restaurant also has a good selection of desserts, and cheesecake rates especially high on the list.
Anthony's Pier 66
http://www.anthonys.com/restaurants/detail/anthonys-pier-66
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2201 Alaskan Way, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 448-6688
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The Cheesecake Factory
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DOWNTOWN. This popular chain's New American menu features a broad array of dishes, from avocado egg rolls and Mexican chicken pizza to Jamaican shrimp and shepherd's pie. However, desserts really steal the show, and it's easy to see why once you've taken a gander at Linda's fudge cake, white chocolate raspberry truffle, chocolate mousse cheesecake, and coffee Heath Bar crunch cheesecake. The perfect setting for a late-afternoon respite, accompanied by gourmet coffee, good conversation, and, of course, one of 40 delectable cheesecakes.
The Cheesecake Factory
http://www.thecheesecakefactory.com
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700 Pike St, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 652-5400
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Cutters Crabhouse
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WATERFRONT. Wonderful views of Puget Sound and the Seattle skyline multiply the appeal of this local favorite, whose innovative cuisine capitalizes on fresh seafood. The large menu provides a wealth of options, whether you choose something from the raw bar, steamed or grilled king crab legs, roasted tiger prawns, seafood fettuccine, or Dungeness crab cakes. You'll also find a selection of meat entrees, including grilled Anderson Ranch lamb chops. Travelers and locals alike find Cutters an ideal place to sample the ocean's bounty and Seattle's take on it. You'll also find a bar and a nice range of wines and microbrewed beers.
Cutters Crabhouse
http://www.cutterscrabhouse.com
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2001 Western Ave, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 448-4884
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Dahlia Lounge
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CAPITOL HILL. Sophisticated yet unpretentious, this popular destination envelops diners with soft jazz and rich, muted surroundings. Asian inspiration and fresh ingredients from the Northwest collaborate on a menu where everything sounds tempting. The restaurant's signature goat cheese, which figures into several dishes, is made on-site. Look, too, for Thai wood-smoked duck salad, crostini with white Spanish anchovies and olives, Asian shrimp dumplings, salmon, and crabcakes. You'll also find a range of fabulous desserts, including pear tart with dark caramel and white chocolate coconut cream pie. Dahlia also offers an impressive wine list.
Dahlia Lounge
http://tomdouglas.com/index.php?page=dahlia-lounge
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2001 4th Ave, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 682-4142
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Dragonfish Asian Cafe
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DOWNTOWN. Serving excellent Pan-Asian cuisine from breakfast until late-night, this eatery happily accommodates a host of patrons. Skillfully prepared dishes incorporate the signature flavors of China, Japan, Singapore, Thailand, and the Philippines. Needless to say, the menu offers a wide variety of imaginative selections. Sushi roll lunch boxes, lemon chicken, and Chinese sausage fried rice are among the most popular choices. Servers are knowledgeable and friendly, bartenders are proficient, and prices are reasonable.
Dragonfish Asian Cafe
http://www.dragonfishcafe.com
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722 Pine St, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 467-7777
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El Gaucho Seattle
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BELLTOWN. This fantastic restaurant caters to the executive set in a see-and-be-seen atmosphere. You'll often see tables of suited powerbrokers closing deals in an environment similar to an old-fashioned supper club. The multi-level dining room is spacious and upscale, a fitting environment for expense accounts. Steaks, naturally, are large, tender, and perfectly cooked. The baseball cut of top sirloin is highly recommended, and the filet mignon is succulent as well. Plus, caesar salad, prepared tableside, adds a theatrical touch. After dinner, head to the adjacent Pampas Room for music and dancing.
El Gaucho Seattle
http://www.elgaucho.com
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2505 First Ave, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 728-1337
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Etta's
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DOWNTOWN. North of Pike Place Market, Etta's is known for its take on superb, fresh-caught seafood. Tourists and locals alike pack the place, and although there's sometimes a wait, the food always compensates for the slight inconvenience. The innovative cuisine features Asian influences and a desire to move beyond traditional preparations. Signature dishes include deep-fried tilapia with scallions and black beans, seared halibut, tuna sashimi, oysters on the half-shell, spice rubbed salmon, and Dungeness crab.
Etta's
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2020 Western Ave, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 443-6000
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FareStart
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BELLTOWN. Enjoy a great meal while helping others when you patronize this local restaurant. Founded as a training ground for homeless people and other disadvantaged groups, FareStart allows its most promising students to prepare gourmet meals as a preface to a career in the culinary arts. The \"cheap eats\" lunch menu features soups, salads, and sandwiches. There's also a selection of hot entrées and desserts. On Thursday, a guest chef leads the enterprise, serving a three-course dinner. Reservations are a must for this weekly event.
FareStart
http://www.farestart.org
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700 Virginia St, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 443-1233
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Flying Fish
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BELLTOWN. Colorful and airy, this trendy restaurant draws inspiration from Asia as it works magic on fresh seafood. The menu, which changes daily, features dishes in varying sizes and portions, from small plates to large plates and platters. Among them, look for seared sea scallops with black rice cakes, spicy calamari, whole fried red snapper, wok spicy lobster, and Manila clams. You'll also find items like fried chicken, grilled steak, and risotto if you're not a seafood fan. At times, the decibel level can be somewhat high, but in a restaurant of spirit and passion, what's fun without a little noise?
Flying Fish
http://www.flyingfishseattle.com
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300 Westlake Ave N, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 728-8595
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Gelatiamo
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DOWNTOWN. At the upscale Gelatiamo ice cream parlor, located downtown, patrons can enjoy Old Country pastries along with potent espressos, cappuccinos, and lattes. Stop in around noon, and you'll be able to savor a hot panini prior to your favorite sugar-dusted treat. Of course, the wise choice is always a few scoops of their gelato, a dense Italian-style ice cream that's nothing short of addictive. In particular, the frutti di bosco (mixed fruit) and classic "cioccolato" (chocolate) earn high marks.
Gelatiamo
http://www.gelatiamo.com
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1400 3rd Ave, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 467-9563
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Icon Grill
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DOWNTOWN. Diners of all tastes and persuasions are constantly delighted by Icon Grill's splashy decor, lively atmosphere, and innovative cuisine. Entrees include smoked duck quesadillas, salmon mussel stew, yellowfin tuna, molasses-glazed meatloaf, and Cajun rock shrimp penne. Try whatever tickles your fancy ­just don't leave until you've tried their legendary seven-layer fudge cake!
Icon Grill
http://www.icongrill.com
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1933 5th Ave, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 441-6330
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Macrina Bakery & Cafe
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BELLTOWN. Some fans say this tiny café is the best bakery in Seattle. It packs a crowd at lunch, but breakfast is a great time to relax in the cozy, artsy dining room and enjoy fresh coffee and juices. You'll also find friendly service and a massive, tempting selection of bagels, breads, French toast, tartlets, cobblers, and much more. Buy a loaf of the renowned potato bread to take along with you.
Macrina Bakery & Cafe
http://macrinabakery.com
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2408 1st Ave, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 448-4032
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Ram Restaurant & Brewery
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Ram Restaurant & Brewery is all about great food, ice-cold hand-crafted beer and creating memories, and we have been for over 40 years. The first RAM opened as a “Deluxe Tavern” in Lakewood, Washington on February 26th, 1971. Today the RAM is still family owned and headquartered in Lakewood. We now operate over 30 restaurants serving guests in six states – including C.B. & Potts in Colorado and C.I. Shenanigans in Tacoma, Washington.
Ram Restaurant & Brewery
http://www.theram.com
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2650 NE University Village St, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 525-3565
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Matt's In the Market
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DOWNTOWN. This once-tiny restaurant, greatly expanded in 2007, offers incredible views of the Market and beyond, courtesy of huge, semicircular windows. Flawless seafood is the name of the game, and it's collected fresh from vendors below. Oyster sandwiches, often eaten at the counter, are much-coveted at lunch, and dinner calls forth such delicacies as tortilla-crusted Alaskan halibut, pan-roasted wild salmon, and mussels steamed with chorizo, charmoula, and cava. In the evenings, the atmosphere is candlelit and romantic, although tables are at a premium. Don't leave without treating yourself to the chocolate pot de crème, a signature dessert that's a perfect ending to the fantastic cuisine.
Matt's In the Market
http://www.mattsinthemarket.com
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94 Pike St #32, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 467-7909
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Sharps RoastHouse
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For over 20 years, Sharps Roaster and Ale House has been heralded as the airport's most popular restaurant. A classic American Roast House, Sharps features over 10 Fresh Roast Varieties Daily coming from it's one of a kind 25 foot Roasting Works (look for it right in the dining room).
Sharps RoastHouse
http://www.sharpsroasthouse.com
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18427 International Blvd, SeaTac, WA, United States
(206) 241-5744
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Morton's The Steakhouse - Seattle
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DOWNTOWN. Tuxedo-clad waiters set the tone for a Midwest classic that's staked a claim in the Northwest. Known for tableside presentations (yes, that's a live lobster on the cart), this steak house is famous for its 24-ounce porterhouse and its hearty portions. Sides must be ordered separately at additional cost, and the menu offers seafood, chicken, and veal for those who don't relish red meat. More than 175 wine complements are available as well. Expectedly, the atmosphere is plush, and Sinatra croons in the background to add to the whole experience.
Morton's The Steakhouse - Seattle
http://www.mortons.com/seattle
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1511 6th Ave, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 223-0550
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Palace Kitchen
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DOWNTOWN. Owned by football player-turned-restauranteur Tom Douglas, this hip downtown dandy is a favorite of everybody from the happy hour crowd to night owl diners. Entrées include pan-roasted quail, sheep's milk ricotta ravioli, and Sara Joe's organic pork loin, served with sautéed greens and mustard fruits. If you're so inclined, opt for something straight off of Douglas's famous apple wood grill ­ you can't go wrong with the Copper River sockeye salmon, Idaho trout, or rib-eye steak with Walla Walla onion. Reservations accepted for parties of six or more.
Palace Kitchen
http://tomdouglas.com/index.php?page=palace-kitchen
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2030 5th Ave, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 448-2001
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Restaurant Zoe
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CAPITOL HILL. This Capitol Hill restaurant offers New American cuisine that's tempered by a Mediterranean sensibility. Grilled romaine salad, touched with Roquefort dressing, is a house specialty, as is the hangar steak, smoked and grilled to an ideal tenderness. You'll also be enticed by pan-roasted leg of lamb, rare filet of wild salmon, sea scallop risotto, spicy roasted chicken, and sweetbreads flavored with roasted onion and smoked bacon. Desserts include bread pudding, flourless chocolate cake, fruit tarts, and crème brûlée. While you're around, make sure to sample their wines and, especially, the martinis, which are tasty and unusual.
Restaurant Zoe
http://www.restaurantzoe.com
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1318 E Union St, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 256-2060
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Ruth's Chris Steak House
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DOWNTOWN. Whether it's rare or well-done, prime corn-fed beef is this steak house's trademark. A favorite of the business set, the place exudes class. Each cut of meat is sublime, boasting sensational flavor and texture thanks to the signature "cooked from the top down" technique. À la cart items include gulf shrimp in a creole rémoulade sauce and crispy French-fried onion rings. If you make it to dessert, consider the luscious chocolate praline encore or maybe chocolate chunk bread pudding.
Ruth's Chris Steak House
http://www.ruthschris.com/Restaurant-Locations/seattle?google_local
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727 Pine St, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 624-8524
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Seastar Restaurant & Raw Bar
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BELLTOWN. The second Seastar restaurant opened by chef John Howie, this upscale establishment features muted wooden tones and glass accents that create a flowing dining room. Freshly prepared seafood is immaculately presented, and there's even an extensive raw menu to boot. Diners can expect dishes like reggiano parmigiano crusted halibut, cedar-plank roasted Alaskan king crab legs and mahi-mahi with a cucumber macadamia nut relish.
Seastar Restaurant & Raw Bar
http://www.seastarrestaurant.com
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2121 Terry Ave #108, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 462-4364
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The Pink Door
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DOWNTOWN. Funky and hip, this Italian eatery features rustic food and boasts live entertainment in the adjacent lounge. The interior has a certain bohemian charm, but the best area to dine is on the rooftop deck, which affords a magnificent view of Puget Sound. To start a meal, begin with bruschetta or the antipasto plate of savory morsels. Entrees, then, include Tuscan grilled chicken, gnocchi with wild mushrooms, roasted pork loin, and Muscovy duck. You'll find, in fact, a range of pastas and, also, a daily risotto special that's usually a great bet! Comforting desserts include such fare as bread pudding and apple crisp.
The Pink Door
http://www.thepinkdoor.net
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1919 Post Alley, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 443-3241
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Three Girls Bakery
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DOWNTOWN. Founded in 1912, this local favorite serves up hearty favorites in a no-frills atmosphere. The place may be small, but it's a fantastic destination if you want a quick bite or some fresh-baked treats. Counter service is the name of the game, although a few seats toward the rear allow enterprising patrons the opportunity to sit and eat. You'll find an excellent variety of soups and sandwiches to choose from, and the chili is second-to-none. For dessert, enjoy fresh pastries or a slice of their famous strawberry pie. You may also find yourself tempted by pumpkin cookies, carrot cake, and the chewy goodness of bagels and sourdough bread.
Three Girls Bakery
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1514 Pike Pl, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 622-1045
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Burrito Loco
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UNIVERSITY DISTRICT. Ask most anybody where you can find Seattle's best burritos, and they'll likely point you in the direction of this cozy gem. Sporting traditional "restaurante" style ­ multi-hued walls of pink, yellow and blue, themed murals and festive decor ­ Burrito Loco offers up fabulous homemade Mexican dishes. At lunch and dinner, locals flock here to sample such favorites as shrimp and pork tacos, but Loco's true star is its chicken enchilada, which arrives covered in one of their spicy special sauces. Best of all, prices are more than reasonable.
Burrito Loco
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9211 Holman Rd NW, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 783-0719
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Chinoise Cafe On Queen Anne
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QUEEN ANNE. Situation: you're craving sushi, your friends are clamoring for lo mein, moo shu pork, and pad thai. Solution: Chinoise Café. This Pan-Asian restaurant ignored the usual "one-cuisine" rule, and subsequently built up quite a following for itself. With nary a bad choice on the menu, you really can't go wrong, but favorites include sushi and sashimi dinners, tamarind basil seafood, and anything with Thai garlic sauce. Service is efficient and friendly, and there is a good selection of wine and sake.
Chinoise Cafe On Queen Anne
http://www.chinoisecafe.com
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12 Boston St, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 284-6671
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13 Coins
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DOWNTOWN. Open all day, every day, 13 Coins is a local institution favored by everyone from tourists to local personalities. Across the street from the "Seattle Times," the eatery also pulls in lots of late-nighters, who stop by for a quick, gourmet meal. Low lighting and high booths provide the ultimate in privacy, and if you're dining alone, make sure to sit in a high-backed bar chair and watch the workings in the open kitchen. Classic foods include veal cordon bleu, chicken piccata, sweetbreads, salmon fettuccine, and veal scaloppini. You'll also find prime rib, calf's liver, fresh seafood, and an array of pastas. Even better, breakfast, lunch, and dinner are available any time you want them, day or night. Desserts too.
13 Coins
http://www.13coins.com
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125 Boren Ave N, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 682-2513
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Andaluca
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DOWNTOWN. Hip and stylish, Andaluca is a study in rich tones and sculptural shapes. The menu features local produce prepared with a Mediterranean twist. Among the small plates and shareables, you can choose from lamb dolmas, green gazpacho with crab, or vegetable meze, which includes grilled asparagus, tabbouleh and mushrooms a la Grecque. Entrees include Andaluca Paella with seafood, or roasted quail with blood orange-saffron sauce and rosemary polenta. Every dish can be accompanied by the recommended wine or beer. The wine list has a number of good options in a variety of price ranges. Complimentary valet parking is provided.
Andaluca
http://www.andaluca.com
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407 Olive Way, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 382-6999
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Brasserie Margaux
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BELLTOWN. Filled with rich wood accents, snowy white tablecloths, and elegant table settings, this restaurant offers Northwest-influenced French classics in a comfortable, relaxed atmosphere. Start with the soup du jour; French onion soup, rich with caramelized onions and gruyère cheese, is a comforting favorite. A grilled sea scallop brochette, served over warm chorizo-potato salad, and a giant mushroom ravioli with white truffle cream are indicative of the menu's breadth. Traditional dishes like coq au vin, beef bourguignonne, and steak frites arrive with delicious sides and don't disappoint. Save room for tiramisu profiteroles or the crème brûlée of the month!
Brasserie Margaux
http://www.margauxseattle.com
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401 Lenora St, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 777-1990
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Caffe Ladro
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QUEEN ANNE. Tired of prefab coffee houses? This small spot offers a wonderful break from the norm! The coffee aroma softly greets you at the door, and desserts, which include an assortment of cakes, pies, and other treats, are extremely tempting! Plus, service is exceptional, which makes the experience that much better. They also offer quiche, pastries, and ham and cheese croissants.
Caffe Ladro
http://www.caffeladro.com
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600 Queen Anne Ave N, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 282-1549
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Caffe Vita
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QUEEN ANNE. This funky, vibrant coffeehouse makes for a terrific break any time of day. Caffè Vita is known for its slow-roasted coffee beans and its variety of blends. Choose your favorite, or sample the French roast Caffè Luna, the Guatemalan Antigua, or the Italian Caffè del Sol. You'll also find an enticing selection of pastries and cookies to accompany your cup of java. Another branch in Capitol Hill is located on Pike Street.
Caffe Vita
http://www.caffevita.com
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1005 E Pike St, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 709-4440
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Glo's
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CAPITOL HILL. Thoughtfully prepared breakfast faves draw crowds to this small eatery.
Glo's
http://www.gloscafe.com
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1621 E Olive Way, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 324-2577
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Le Pichet
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DOWNTOWN. The skill in preparation that you'll find at this French bistro is practically awe-inspiring. From homemade sausages to a golden roast chicken, everything is provided the utmost care and given a light, capable touch. As a result, flavors shine through, offering diners the essence of the food. The rich country-style pâté is exceptional and makes for a wonderful appetizer, as do the oysters, dressed with a zesty sauce of muscadet wine and shallots. Other specialties include grilled sturgeon, boudin blanc sausage, and a substantial portion of onion soup. Open throughout the day, the eatery welcomes diners with savory traditional fare and a substantial serving of casual charm.
Le Pichet
http://www.lepichetseattle.com
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1933 1st Ave, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 256-1499
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Lola
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BELLTOWN. This upscale dining room serves inventive Greek cuisine. Making an excellent starter, pita bread is served with your choice of spread, like roasted sweet red pepper, barrel-aged minty feta or skordalia. Meze, such as grilled octopus and dolmades with rice, and a variety of kabobs appear on the menu, and Lola doesn't skimp on main courses either. Offerings vary but may include a tagine of stuffed artichokes, avgolemono and saffron couscous or a whole fish with pickled green garlic and herbs
Lola
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2000 4th Ave, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 441-1430
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Sazerac
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DOWNTOWN. The Hotel Monaco in downtown Seattle is really heating up, thanks in part to chef Jan Birnbaum, the driving force behind Sazerac. The fashionable restaurant serves spicy, Cajun-inspired New American cuisine, including golden hush puppies served with warm molasses, Creole shrimp cakes, black mussels with cumin butter sauce, and braised beef served with a gorgonzola potato creation. Modern, amusing interiors make this a must on your restaurant list.
Sazerac
http://www.sazeracrestaurant.com
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1101 4th Ave, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 624-7755
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Sisters European Snacks
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DOWNTOWN. This bright, funky eatery dishes up hearty portions of European-inspired fare, from focaccia sandwiches (with roma tomatoes and eggplant, ham and cheese, and more) to soups and salads with international flair. The menu includes many vegetarian selections as well. If you're around for breakfast, indulge in their flatbread sandwiches, which boast perfectly cooked eggs, Black Forest ham, and Tillamook cheddar. The eponymous Jacobi sisters are not only welcoming and friendly, but they're expert cooks to boot!
Sisters European Snacks
http://www.mainmenus.com/Seattle/sisterssnacks
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1530 Post Alley, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 623-6723
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The Georgian
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DOWNTOWN. Some would say that this restaurant, accented with crystal chandeliers, potted palms, and rich fabrics, is Seattle's grandest. From elegant decor to fine Northwest cuisine, the establishment is sublime. A well-trained, knowledgeable staff serves beautifully-presented dishes, such as eggs benedict, lemon-ricotta pancakes, NY steak and eggs, smoked salmon omelet, and orange French toast. Impress important clients with an early-morning breakfast meeting and usher in the day with a superb meal too. Although the experience is pricey, it's ideal for special occasions and expense accounts.
The Georgian
http://www.fairmont.com/seattle/dining/thegeorgian
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411 University St, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 621-7889
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Hunt Club
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DOWNTOWN. Brick walls, beamed ceilings, and patterned carpets surround diners with comfort and warmth at this hotel establishment. Some dishes occasionally feature a Mediterranean sensibility, although the menu is largely American. Steak lovers often frequent the place for prime-grade beef, but you'll also find veal, pheasant, Dungeness crab cakes, and rainbow trout. The selection of bisques also meets with rave reviews, as does the dessert list, which includes tarts, pies, and crème brûlées. After dinner, take your coffee or liqueur into the Fireside Room, where folks play board games or cards and relax by the hearth.
Hunt Club
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900 Madison St, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 343-6156
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Tully's Coffee
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CAPITOL HILL. Tully's is well known in the Northwest for its full-flavored gourmet coffee and espresso drinks. Each batch of espresso beans is carefully hand-roasted and prepared by in-house roasters and baristas, ensuring a perfect cup every time. Fuel up with pastries, muffins, bagels, fruit juices, and more before you begin your day. Additional locations can be found throughout the greater Seattle area.
Tully's Coffee
http://www.tullyscoffeeshops.com
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925 Seneca St, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 625-7373
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Starbucks
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A Seattle staple, we all know and love nationally.
Starbucks
http://www.starbucks.com/store/11676
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1912 Pike Pl, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 448-8762
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Stumptown Coffee Roasters
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Locally owned coffee shop and roaster with several locations in Portland, Seattle, New York and Los Angeles.
Stumptown Coffee Roasters
http://www.stumptowncoffee.com
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1115 12th Ave, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 860-2937
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Cherry Street Coffee House (Belltown)
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Cherry Street Coffee House serves the community through our seven cafes throughout Pioneer Square, Downtown, Belltown and Capitol Hill.
Cherry Street Coffee House (Belltown)
http://www.cherrystreetcoffeehouse.com
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2121 1st Ave, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 441-7176
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Canterwood Golf and Country Club
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GIG HARBOR. Bring your camera to this exquisitely beautiful course. Plush fairways, always well manicured, are narrow and lined with a number of trees. Mounded, undulating, sloping ­ all terms can be used to describe the demanding greens, which are typically fast and always in great condition. Roll a few putts first to get the feel for the test ahead of you. Only a few bunkers and water hazards come into play. Still, the course is quite challenging.
Canterwood Golf and Country Club
http://www.canterwoodgcc.com
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12606 54th Ave NW, Gig Harbor, WA, United States
(253) 851-1845
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Gold Mountain Golf Course
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BREMERTON. This lengthy course features some long, demanding holes but also presents opportunities for low scores. Incredibly scenic, these fairways are in perfect condition and provide ample room. Greens, though well maintained, are on the small side and are surrounded by gaping bunkers requiring careful shot selection on approaches. Once on these greens, you'll find they're extremely fast and contain some tricky breaks
Gold Mountain Golf Course
http://www.goldmt.com
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(360) 415-5432
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Harbour Pointe Golf Club
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MUKILTEO. Featuring two distinctly different nines, this outstanding course is an excellent choice. The front nine is relatively flat and typically wet due to the proximity of the surrounding wetlands. As you make the turn, you're greeted by rolling hills and changes in elevation, which offer more scenic views of the area and of neighboring Puget Sound. These greens are large and sloping, so accurate approach shots will help you avoid the lengthy putts that can often be found here.
Harbour Pointe Golf Club
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11817 Harbour Pointe Blvd, Mukilteo, WA, United States
(425) 355-6060
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McCormick Woods
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PORT ORCHARD. Nestled amid enormous fir trees, this course winds through an old Christmas tree farm. As you would expect, most fairways are narrow and bordered by a thick tree line. While few problems are presented by the water that comes into play on occasion, the largest challenge comes from the terrain and layout, which causes the course to play even longer than it's listed. Local knowledge will help navigate some of the trouble on this challenging track.
McCormick Woods
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5155 McCormick Woods Dr SW, Port Orchard, WA, United States
(360) 895-0130
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Port Ludlow Golf Club
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PORT LUDLOW. Featuring three 9-hole layouts, this course invites golfers to choose from one of three excellent 18-hole combinations. Watch the breathtaking views provided by rolling hills, and it's easy to forget about playing golf. Snaking through a forest, the fairways are tight and tree-lined. Several substantial drops in elevation create large ravines that must be traversed during the round. Small, fast greens await approach shots on these remarkable courses.
Port Ludlow Golf Club
http://www.portludlowresort.com
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751 Highland Dr, Port Ludlow, WA, United States
(800) 455-0272
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Sahalee Country Club
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SAMMAMISH. With three possible 18-hole configurations, the South/North course stands out at this country club. Water comes into play on occasion, so keeping the ball in play off the tee is important. Hilly fairways lead to uneven lies for approaches. Having been a host site of the 1998 PGA Championship, this course has a proven track record of testing the world's best. Members only.
Sahalee Country Club
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21200 NE Sahalee Country Club Dr, Sammamish, WA, United States
(425) 868-8800
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Seattle Golf Club
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NORTH METRO. This course has been around longer than most and continues to turn heads. Hitting your spots off the tee is important, since overhanging trees can hinder approach shots if you're on the wrong side of the fairway. Water comes into play only on occasion, but it will sneak up and grab you if you aren't paying attention. Stay focused on this challenging course, and you'll be happy with the result.
Seattle Golf Club
http://www.seattlegolfclub.com
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210 NW 145th St, Shoreline, WA, United States
(206) 363-5444
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Cuttysark Nautical Antiques
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PIONEER SQUARE. If you or someone you know has an interest in maritime history ­ or if you just love the beach ­ stop by this fascinating store. Inside the rustic room you'll find all things nautical, from old diving helmets and miniature lighthouses to brass telescopes and old maps and charts salvaged from seafaring expeditions. Owner Roger Ottenbach is always willing to share his love of the sea with visitors.
Cuttysark Nautical Antiques
http://www.cuttyantiques.com
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320 1st Ave S, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 262-1265
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Laguna Pottery
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PIONEER SQUARE. This unique shop features vintage American pottery from the 1800s, as well as more current items. Ceramics enthusiasts will find all sorts of treasures, including dinnerware, planters, and tile-top tables. The colorful, diverse selection (offering more than 6,000 patterns) encompasses the works of numerous manufacturers, including Russel Wright and Eva Zeisel.
Laguna Pottery
https://lagunapottery.com
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116 S Washington St, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 682-6162
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Singer Antique Galleries Ltd
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QUEEN ANNE. This upscale shop features Asian, European, and American antiques dating from the 18th and 19th centuries. Oil paintings, porcelains from various regions, and cut glass items are also available. The staff is knowledgeable and helpful about the inventory, which constantly changes. A "wish list" documents requests of shoppers looking for a particular piece or style. Requests can even be placed via e-mail.
Singer Antique Galleries Ltd
http://www.singergalleries.com
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411 W Galer St, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 285-0394
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The Elliott Bay Book Company
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PIONEER SQUARE. More than a generation old, this venerable bookstore is a Seattle tradition. Exposed brick walls and wooden floors lend a note of permanence to the establishment, which offers thousands of books and texts. You'll find new volumes (especially fiction), along with rare and out-of-print books and a selection of used books as well. The shop also offers author events where the public may meet prominent writers or hear them read from their books. A downstairs coffee shop makes a great place to browse or simply rest your eyes for a moment.
The Elliott Bay Book Company
http://www.elliottbaybook.com
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1521 10th Ave, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 624-6600
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University Book Store
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UNIVERSITY DISTRICT. Recognized as one of the country's largest collegiate bookstores, this establishment makes available an astounding selection of books, magazines, office supplies, and art-related merchandise. You're guaranteed to find an elusive academic text, the perfect watercolor brush, or a hard-to-locate periodical. They will special order items not in stock ­ be it book, CD, or even computer software. They even offer free out-of-print book searches. Gift wrapping and shipping are also available.
University Book Store
http://www.bookstore.washington.edu
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4326 University Way NE, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 634-3400
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Uwajimaya
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INTERNATIONAL DISTRICT. This expansive emporium is the largest Japanese department store in the Northwest. If you're a connoisseur of Asian goods and cuisine, you'll definitely want to browse through the well-stocked aisles. Along with sections for produce, seafood, meats, and grocery items, you'll also find an on-site deli and an interesting array of quality gift items. A branch of one of Japan's best bookstores can be found on the premises and carries a selection of Asian books and periodicals. Paid parking only.
Uwajimaya
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600 5th Ave S, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 624-6248
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British Pantry Ltd
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FREMONT. Operated by two sisters, this incredible shop presents a wealth of unique items, many of them imported from Portugal, the Philippines, and South America. The sisters travel regularly, bringing back textiles, jewelry, clothing, and all sorts of decorative items. They also stock merchandise from the area, along with sister Amy Carson's hand-crafted furniture.
British Pantry Ltd
http://www.thebritishpantryltd.com
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8125 161st Ave NE, Redmond, WA, United States
(425) 883-7511
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Sur La Table
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DOWNTOWN. This business has been a leading importer of kitchen items for more than 20 years. With their extensive stock of cookware, cutlery, table linens, and accessories, you're certain to locate the perfect gift for the gourmet or the sous-chef in your life.
Sur La Table
http://www.surlatable.com
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84 Pine St, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 448-2244
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REI
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CAPITOL HILL. You haven't been shopping until you've visited REI's flagship store! This remarkable outdoor supply store promises an unforgettable experience. They offer an extensive inventory of gear for everything from kayaking to bird watching. Most impressive, however, are the phenomenal facilities, which allow you to assess the merchandise. On-site trails let you test-drive mountain bikes and footwear, a simulated rain room gives you the opportunity to try out a Gore-Tex jacket, and 65-foot pinnacles allow rock climbers to test their gear. You'll also find a great hands-on section for children.
REI
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222 Yale Ave N, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 223-1944
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Davidson Galleries
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PIONEER SQUARE. Davidson Galleries was established in 1973 by a mother and son team who wished to exhibit international art prints ­ a wide range of antique prints is always on display. Additionally, a different local contemporary artist is featured each month. The gallery specializes in contemporary painting, sculpture, prints and drawings, and antique prints. Additional prints are showcased at the Davidson Contemporary location (310 South Washington Street).
Davidson Galleries
http://davidsongalleries.com
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313 Occidental Ave S, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 624-7684
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Foster/White Gallery
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DOWNTOWN. The Foster / White Gallery features approximately 40 local artists who specialize in glass, sculpture, and paintings. For over 30 years, the gallery has exhibited the works of local artists. White-painted walls and hardwood floors ensure that your attention is immediately drawn to the artworks themselves, many of which are created by artists from the Pilchuch Glass School.
Foster/White Gallery
http://www.fosterwhite.com
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220 3rd Ave S, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 622-2833
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Glasshouse Studio
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DOWNTOWN. The Glasshouse Studio and Gallery was one of the Northwest's first glass-blowing studios. Customers can actually watch the creative process and see artwork as it's designed and made. During the week, you'll often find artists at work, and each month works by a new local artist are displayed in the windows. Vases and bowls on exhibit are some of the most popular items.
Glasshouse Studio
http://www.glasshouse-studio.com
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311 Occidental Ave S, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 682-9939
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Greg Kucera Gallery
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DOWNTOWN. The Greg Kucera Gallery focuses on contemporary artwork, namely paintings, sculpture, and prints. Exhibitions often address prevalent issues in modern society, particularly those with political themes. They include both solo and group shows, from both emerging artists and established masters. Artists represented include Michael Ehle, Frank Stella, Henri Matisse, Sally Mann, Helen Frankenthaler, David Hockney, and Louise Bourgeois.
Greg Kucera Gallery
http://www.gregkucera.com
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212 3rd Ave S, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 624-0770
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Kirkland Arts Center
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REDMOND. For over 40 years, Kirkland Arts Center has presented a broad array of media from only the best in local talent. In addition to eight annual exhibits, the gallery also hosts lectures, concerts and the well-known Holiday Art Sale. Over 50 arts education classes and workshops are offered each quarter, with curriculum for all ages. Housed in the charming, historic Peter Kirk Building, the arts center has an exceptionally knowledgeable staff that can be of assistance as you search for the perfect piece of art.
Kirkland Arts Center
http://www.kirklandartscenter.org
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620 Market St, Kirkland, WA, United States
(425) 822-7161
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Legacy Limited
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DOWNTOWN. Legacy specializes in Northwest Indian art and artifacts, including Alaskan Eskimo art. The collection contains both contemporary and historic pieces, as well as drums, headdresses, cedar chests, and full-size totem poles. The unique gallery is definitely worth a visit ­ not just as an art gallery, but as a window into Northwest Coast Native American culture.
Legacy Limited
http://www.thelegacyltd.com
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1003 1st Ave, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 624-6350
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Traver William Gallery
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DOWNTOWN. Since 1975, the William Traver Gallery has been true to its mission of being a "theatre for visual arts." The space is comprised of over 4000 square feet of exhibit space, with 17-foot ceilings and plenty of natural light. Changing monthly exhibits may feature anything from glass or metal sculpture to mixed media or paintings. Both emerging and established artists are represented. Their sister gallery, Vetri, is located around the corner and features art glass.
Traver William Gallery
http://www.travergallery.com
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110 Union St #200, Seattle, WA, United States
(206) 587-6501
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Hotel Ändra
2000 Fourth Avenue, Seattle, WA, USA
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Hotel Ändra
Attractions
  • Bumbershoot
  • Earshot Jazz
  • Festa Italiana
  • Macy's Holiday Parade
  • Moisture Festival
  • Northwest Flower & Garden Show
  • Seafair Inc
  • Seattle Cheese Festival
  • Seattle Pride Parade
  • World Rhythm Festival
  • Pike Place Market Seattle
  • Space Needle
  • SecondStory Repertory
  • Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture
  • Experience Music Project
  • Frye Art Museum
  • Henry Art Gallery (HAG)
  • Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park
  • The Museum of Flight
  • Museum of Glass
  • Olympic Sculpture Park
  • Pacific Science Center
  • Seattle Art Museum
  • Seattle Asian Art Museum
  • Wing Luke Museum
  • Anderson Park
  • Discovery Park
  • Farrel-Mc Whirter Park
  • Gas Works Park
  • Grass Lawn Park
  • Kirkland Performance Center
  • Green Lake Park
  • Idylwood Park
  • Marymoor Park
  • Sammamish River Trail
  • Volunteer Park
  • Bainbridge Island Ferry
  • Fishermen's Terminal
  • Lake View Cemetery
  • Bill Speidel's Underground Tour
  • Point Defiance Zoo & Aquarium
  • Woodland Park Zoo
  • Alibi Room
  • Barça
  • Belltown Billiards & Lounge
  • Black Bottle
  • Fado Irish Pub
  • F.X. McRory's
  • Garage
  • Lava Lounge
  • Oliver's Lounge
  • Quinn's Pub
  • Tap House Grill
  • Central Saloon
  • The Saint
  • Tini Bigs Lounge
  • Victory Lounge
  • Virginia Inn
  • World Sports Grille
  • Zig Zag Cafe
  • The Baltic Room
  • Century Ballroom
  • Chop Suey
  • Club Contour
  • Little Red Hen
  • Neighbours
  • N O C
  • Re-Bar
  • See Sound Lounge
  • Trinity Nightclub
  • 88 Keys
  • Can Can
  • The Paramount Theatre
  • Conor Byrne
  • Dimitriou's Jazz Alley
  • El Corazon
  • Redhook Brewery & Forecasters Pub
  • Kells
  • Molly Maguires
  • Mona's Bistro & Lounge
  • Neumos
  • New Orleans Creole Restaurant
  • Owl N' Thistle
  • Seamonster Lounge
  • Skylark Cafe & Club
  • Tractor
  • Tula's Restaurant and Jazz Club
  • 74th Street Ale House
  • The Attic
  • Circa
  • George & Dragon Pub
  • Latona
  • The Peoples Pub
  • Prost
  • Smith
  • Admiral Pub
  • Floyd's Place
  • Fremont Dock Restaurant
  • The Showbox
  • Neumos
  • The Crocodile
  • World Sports Grille
  • Sluggers
  • Spitfire
  • Anthony's Pier 66
  • The Cheesecake Factory
  • Cutters Crabhouse
  • Dahlia Lounge
  • Dragonfish Asian Cafe
  • El Gaucho Seattle
  • Etta's
  • FareStart
  • Flying Fish
  • Gelatiamo
  • Icon Grill
  • Macrina Bakery & Cafe
  • Ram Restaurant & Brewery
  • Matt's In the Market
  • Sharps RoastHouse
  • Morton's The Steakhouse - Seattle
  • Palace Kitchen
  • Restaurant Zoe
  • Ruth's Chris Steak House
  • Seastar Restaurant & Raw Bar
  • The Pink Door
  • Three Girls Bakery
  • Burrito Loco
  • Chinoise Cafe On Queen Anne
  • 13 Coins
  • Andaluca
  • Brasserie Margaux
  • Caffe Ladro
  • Caffe Vita
  • Glo's
  • Le Pichet
  • Lola
  • Sazerac
  • Sisters European Snacks
  • The Georgian
  • Hunt Club
  • Tully's Coffee
  • Starbucks
  • Stumptown Coffee Roasters
  • Cherry Street Coffee House (Belltown)
  • Canterwood Golf and Country Club
  • Gold Mountain Golf Course
  • Harbour Pointe Golf Club
  • McCormick Woods