Seattle

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This guide recommends visiting 9 neighbourhood(s) in Seattle: Ballard, Capitol Hill, Downtown, Fremont, International District, Phinney Ridge Greenwood, Queen Anne, Sodo Georgetown and South Lake Union Credit: Brooks Running Global Creative, Hum Creative, Parker, Wintr, Shore, Modern Species, Starbucks Global Creative and Wexley School For Girls

Biscuit & Bean

Cafe • Ballard

"Morsel and Bean, Ballard by Brooks Running Global Creative. Don't be turned away by the line out the door, all those people know what awaits (and the counter is just inside). This unassuming, converted old house is the location of any true biscuit-lovers desire. From the classic Buttermilk to the staple Cheddar Biscuit, Morsel & Bean serves up breakfast just how you like it. The biscuits alone are plenty to satisfy, but for those searching for a little more, Morsel will turn any of their scrumptious creations into a breakfast sandwich or smother them in homemade gravy. Make sure to order some espresso to compliment your meal and your lazy Sunday will be complete."

Biscuit & Bean

Ballard (Hiram M. Chittenden) Locks

Tourist attraction • Salmon Bay

"Ballard Locks, Ballard by Brooks Running Global Creative. Ahoy Matey! Do you like boats; big ones and small ones alike? You can find them all here at the Ballard Locks along with some feisty salmon making their way up stream through the salmon ladder. This park is perfect for your after market stroll and best of all, it's FREE!"

Ballard (Hiram M. Chittenden) Locks

Ballard Farmers Market

Farmers' market • Ballard

"Ballard Sunday Farmers Market, Ballard by Brooks Running Global Creative. This market is a hipster's dream. I guess I should be more specific and say that it is a alt-folk-hipster's dream. While walking through this year round market your ears will be filled with music by local buskers while your eyes are filled with fresh vegetables, artisan goodies and puppies! The Ballard Farmers Market is open every Sunday from 11am-4pm so go there and make a farmers day!Every Sunday 10am-3pm, year round."

Ballard Farmers Market

Cafe Bambino

Cafe • Ballard

"Cafe Bambino, Ballard by Brooks Running Global Creative. This tiny neighborhood cafe pulls beautiful full-bodied espresso on the eastside of Ballard at the foot of the Phinney Ridge neighborhood. 3-4 bar stools face the street as your cappuccinos and americanos are made behind the tight counter just behind you. There is an attached covered patio with tables just off the street if you're not in a rush. Quaint, yet everything you need (including donuts and other treats)."

Cafe Bambino

"Honore Bakery, Ballard by Brooks Running Global Creative. Part of the collection of establishments tucked away in North Ballard along 70th. It's a french bakery with color macarons, fresh baked breads, croissant-dough goodies, and honest french desserts. The Kouign (pronounced 'queen') Amann is heavenly.There's even a back patio with a 3 or so tables in you can't find a spot at one of the 6 window seats. Lighthouse Coffee guarantees a bone-dry cappuccino does the trick."

1413 NW 70th St

The Palm Room

Plant nursery • Ballard

"Palm Room, Ballard by Brooks Running Global Creative. So you aspire to be a green thumb but never really got the hang of it? The Palm Room not only assembles beautiful arrangements but also teaches its adoptees the ins and outs of being a successful plant parent. The peeps working here can give you tips for your in home plants based on your habits and also trim up a wilting jade for you!"

The Palm Room

Golden Gardens Park

Park • Ballard

"Golden Gardens, Ballard by Brooks Running Global Creative. Situated along to Puget Sound with sweeping views of the Olympic Peninsula, Golden Gardens has something for everyone: walking trails, picnic tables & BBQs, nature preserves, playing fields, sand volleyball courts, a playground, and fire pits. Watch the sail boats locked into the competition of a regatta or stroll down the beach as you forget that the 15th largest metro area in the US is just over the heavily-wooded hillside to the east."

Golden Gardens Park

Kirke Park

Park • Ballard

"Kirke Park, Ballard by Brooks Running Global Creative. Before the city acquired this land, sandwiched in the middle of an idyllic North Ballard neighborhood, it belonged for 80+ years to the awesome-sounding Seventh Elect Church in Israel. There's all sorts of weird history associated with this plot, and apparently as recently as 1990, a few elderly members of the small sect still lived on the property, quietly practicing their religion, effectively walled off from neighboring homes by huge holly and laurel hedges. Part of the old church's concrete foundation remains, but a recent revamp cleaned up the overgrown lot, added a terraced p-patch, a huge lawn, covered picnic tables, nature trails, and an awesome playground with crazy swings."

Kirke Park

The Fat Hen

New American restaurant • Ballard

"The Fat Hen, Ballard by Brooks Running Global Creative. If you leave the Fat Hen without a full belly and a smile on your face, well we can't help you. This adorable little joint on an adorable little street is staffed by adorable people who will make sure you make it all the way to supper time without needing to snack. Flaky pastries, fresh ingredients, and french press coffee keep us coming back time after time. Just be sure to show up early on weekends, or be prepared for a (totally worth it) half-hour wait."

The Fat Hen

The Pantry

Culinary school • Ballard

"The Pantry, Ballard by Brooks Running Global Creative. The ladies at The Pantry have been teaching amateur foodies to cook since 2011. Learning to cook unique dishes while in the company of like minded food enthusiasts, this place will have you rolling your first croissant to grilling tacos like a pro. Not only will you get another great recipe under your belt but it will be Instagram worthy as well."

The Pantry

Prism

Boutique • Ballard

"Prism, Ballard by Brooks Running Global Creative. You fancy huh? Well Prism curates the most stylish, affordable and unique clothing and swag in town. Not only is the store full of things you will immediately put on your Pinterest board but the energy and beauty of the store will make you want to loiter all day."

Prism

Delancey

Pizza restaurant • Ballard

"Delancey Seattle, Ballard by Brooks Running Global Creative. In a city where wood-fired pizzarias are popping up like mole mounds, Delancey rises above with superb service, ambiance, and attention to detail. Their starters are reliably awesome, their pies are artfully prepared with top-notch fixings, and their cocktail and wine lists never disappoint. And don't even think about skipping the chocolate chip cookie with gray sea salt... You've got room. Trust us."

Delancey

Waterwheel Lounge

Bar • Ballard

"Waterwheel Lounge, Ballard by Brooks Running Global Creative. Though this stretch of 15th Ave is rapidly 'improving', the Waterwheel Lounge seems firmly dedicated to representing the block's somewhat seedier past. If you like dark, authentic dives, complete with slightly sketchy bathrooms and torn vinyl stools – and who doesn't, really –this is your place. Regular live music, karaoke, and bingo nights keep things interesting. And during the warm months, their entire front parking lot transforms in to a beer-soaked astroturf wonderland, boasting outdoor ping-pong, a corn-hole set, and monkey balls."

Waterwheel Lounge

juicebox café

Vegetarian restaurant • Capitol Hill

"Juicebox, Capitol Hill by Hum Creative. Every time you drink Juicebox juice, you feel like you just won a gold medal in Health. In addition to juice, they do a killer brunch and lunch, and if you’re cool with a participation award, they also serve mimosas."

juicebox café

Big Mario's Pizza

Pizza restaurant • Capitol Hill

"Big Mario's Pizza, Capitol Hill by Hum Creative. The best place on Capitol Hill for a late night safety slice, and $1 Hamms during Power Hour from 3-4pm. Don’t even worry about bringing friends to talk to, they play VHS tapes of old movies on TVs behind the bar."

Big Mario's Pizza

Analog Coffee

Coffee shop • Capitol Hill

"Analog Coffee, Capitol Hill by Hum Creative. Possibly the chillest place to get amped for the day, Analog is tucked in the quiet corner of Capitol Hill for anyone who wants to slow their hustle for some coffee made from local Herkimer beans and good vibes."

Analog Coffee

Spin Cycle Records Movies and Games

Record store • Capitol Hill

"Spin Cycle Records, Capitol Hill by Hum Creative. Very choice $1 bins with a lot of turnover. Walk out totally prepared for your DJ night with some very rare Fela Kuli, a whale song field recording, and some funk and soul instrumental deep cuts."

Spin Cycle Records Movies and Games

Twice Sold Tales

Used book store • Capitol Hill

"Twice Sold Tales, Capitol Hill by Hum Creative. Cat labyrinth. You’re like Theseus, but instead of crazy trials and stuff you get to pick out books and pet an ever-increasing number of cats. We still recommend a string for finding your way back out."

Twice Sold Tales

2310 E Union St

Building • Central Area

"Uncle Ike's Pot Shop, Capitol Hill by Hum Creative. Not technically Capitol Hill but complex zoning regulations make Uncle Ike's the brick and mortar weed store of the neighborhood. Remember when you had to watch movies with your dealer every time you wanted to buy? This is a real store where you can ask questions and smell stuff like you were picking out a melon. Have you heard of JUJU Joints? Blue dream, dude. Sometimes food trucks park out front."

2310 E Union St

Volunteer Park

City park • Capitol Hill

"Volunteer Park, Capitol Hill by Hum Creative. The best place to come and wash away the rain, Volunteer Park not only inspired your favorite Soundgarden song but also hosts Bruce Lee's gravesite, the Asian Art Museum, and a Kinfolkean conservatory full of plants. You can sleep in it or run through it. Some people read books to themselves or others."

Volunteer Park

Kedai Makan

Malaysian restaurant • Capitol Hill

"Kedai Makan, Capitol Hill by Hum Creative. Tasty Malaysian food located right next to one of the best bars on the Hill. Always a line and always worth it. Must tries: Nasi Goreng (Malaysian fried rice, kecap manis, tofu, sprouts, chili, runny egg, cucumber) and the Ramly Burger!"

Kedai Makan

Cafe Barjot

Cafe • Capitol Hill

"Barjot, Capitol Hill by Hum Creative. A cafe, restaurant, bakery and bar. Awesome outdoor patio. Delicious brunch and tasty seasonal dinners. Incredibly nice staff that is always aiming to please."

Cafe Barjot

Little Uncle

Thai restaurant • Central Area

"Little Uncle, Capitol Hill by Hum Creative. Our own piece of Thailand tucked into a small take-out window right on the edge of Capitol Hill. This place is legit. Authentic, spicy and will leave you wanting more. Highly recommend the khao soi."

Little Uncle

Montana

Bar • Capitol Hill

"Montana, Capitol Hill by Hum Creative. Where we discovered pickle backs are awesome. Dogs are welcome and they have cocktails on tap, so you can get back to talking with your friends about how weird it was to run into Jessica last week."

Montana

Li'l Woody's

Hamburger restaurant • Capitol Hill

"Li'l Woody's, Capitol Hill by Hum Creative. Top 5 veggie burgers for vegetarians who don't like salads, and top 5 regular burgers for meat eaters who also don’t like salads. We have a complicated relationship with salad."

Li'l Woody's

Ristorante Machiavelli

Italian restaurant • Capitol Hill

"Ristorante Machiavelli, Capitol Hill by Hum Creative. Truly a taste of Frasier’s Seattle. If you’re looking to class it up a little bit but still hit a dope happy hour and get delicious Italian food, Machiavelli is the place."

Ristorante Machiavelli

Cafe Presse

French restaurant • First Hill

"Cafe Presse, Capitol Hill by Hum Creative. It’s got a patio where you can eat your french fries with mayo and drink half-carafes of wine, and if you get there in the early morning you can watch European cycling on their TVs."

Cafe Presse

Totokaelo

Fashion accessories store • Capitol Hill

"Totokaelo, Capitol Hill by Hum Creative. They can’t help but treat clothes as art. With just the right mix of haute fashion that you’re a little afraid to touch, and great everyday pieces by ultra cool designers like Rachel Comey and ACNE, Totokaelo’s clothes are second only to their space. Set up like a museum with expansive white space and lots of light, the whole place turns shopping into an event."

Totokaelo

Nacho Borracho

Mexican restaurant • Capitol Hill

"Nacho Borracho / Neon Taco, Capitol Hill by Hum Creative. Cheap and tasty tacos from Chef Monica Dimas and boozy cocktails courtesy of Rachel’s Ginger Beer. This place is on heavy rotation with the Hum crew. Carnitas tacos all day."

Nacho Borracho

Linda's Tavern

Bar • Capitol Hill

"Linda's Tavern, Capitol Hill by Hum Creative. Like the bar in Cheers, except with a better patio. A place for meeting friends, classic tavern food, a killer brunch, and lots of kitschy cowboy decor, it’s a great place to start and end a night out."

Linda's Tavern

Captain Blacks

Bar • Capitol Hill

"Captain Black's, Capitol Hill by Hum Creative. Fried chicken and waffles, and one of the best outdoor patios in Seattle. Enjoy a captain’s tea and drink away your worries."

Captain Blacks

Bait Shop

American restaurant • Capitol Hill

"Bait Shop, Capitol Hill by Hum Creative. Drink out of a pineapple! Rachel's Ginger Beer Dark and Stormy on tap. A place to be more like Hemingway if Hemingway liked fun or really good fries."

Bait Shop

Smith

American restaurant • Capitol Hill

"Smith, Capitol Hill by Hum Creative. A cozy place with a perfect burger, shareable plates, and old world craft cocktails. Come in when it’s raining, and enjoy the super luxe interior that makes anyone feel classy."

Smith

Glasswing Shop

Clothing store • Capitol Hill

"Glasswing, Capitol Hill by Hum Creative. Right in the middle of the sweetest little shopping area, Madison Market, Glasswing curates new and vintage men and women’s clothing, dry goods, and plenty of succulents and air plants. It doesn’t matter when we stop in or why, we always leave with something extra."

Glasswing Shop

"Rachel's Ginger Beer, Capitol Hill by Hum Creative. The best spot for locally-brewed, extra-spicy ginger beer and cocktails. RGB opened a second space after their Pike Place flagship store and, because they’re awesome, they added french fries to the menu. With its bright interior, chill vibes, and inventive drinks, we've become regulars fast."

Rachel’s Ginger Beer - 12th Ave Arts

Molly Moon's Homemade Ice Cream

Ice cream shop • Capitol Hill

"Molly Moon's Homemade Ice Cream Shop, Capitol Hill by Hum Creative. A local institution, Molly Moon’s serves up the right mix of imaginative and classic flavors, all made with fresh and local ingredients. The notoriously long lines move quickly, and with Cal Anderson park right across the street, there’s always somewhere to enjoy your scoop."

Molly Moon's Homemade Ice Cream

35th North Skate Shop

Skate shop • Capitol Hill

"35th North Skate Shop, Capitol Hill by Hum Creative. Great selection of fresh shoes, skate gear, and more. 35th is not only the primary skate shop in Seattle, but they also host art shows every second Thursday of the month. The friendly staff are always down for conversation, especially with anyone into skateboarding visiting the neighborhood."

35th North Skate Shop

Cupcake Royale

Cupcake shop • Capitol Hill

"Cupcake Royale, Capitol Hill by Hum Creative. If you’re into cupcakes that are topped with the most perfect, handmade frosting, then you should probably get in here immediately. With super inventive combinations like Saffron with Honey Almond Crunch, or Tiramisu, they’ve made it easy to save room at the end of every meal."

Cupcake Royale

Hotel Sorrento

Hotel • First Hill

"Hotel Sorrento, Downtown by Parker. This legendary hotel is often overlooked. Hotel Sorrento has exquisite taste and beautiful aesthetics with the history and soul of a hotel that’s been downtown for over 100 years. Have a cocktail on the outside terrace, and—if you’re lucky—enjoy some live music. The Fireside Lounge and the Dunbar Room are always happening. This spot is truly a throwback with great staff and a relaxed, refined environment."

Hotel Sorrento

White Horse Tavern

Pub • Pike Place Market

"The White Horse, Downtown by Parker. This tavern’s atmosphere is by far the best-kept Post Alley secret. The majority of the patrons are friendly locals who keep to themselves. It is dark, quiet, and comfortable. Take a seat at one of the couches or always-available seating nooks and get into one of their many chess boards, backgammon sets, and other board games. White Horse sticks to the basics and is the perfect spot for an after-work beer or wine. Expect to stay here for hours and enjoy the unique ambience."

White Horse Tavern

86 Pike Pl

Pike Place Market

"Pike Place Market, Downtown by Parker. Oh, you’ve heard of it? As Seattle changes and evolves, one place promises to stay true to its local roots: Pike Place Market, the most popular destination downtown. If crowds aren’t your thing, we recommend getting there early to watch the vendors and craftsmen open up shop. From there, visit any of the local bakeries and eateries for breakfast. You will be overwhelmed by things to do and see, but stay calm, grab a selfie in front of the giant sign, and pick up some very affordable flowers and fish. There is a reason this place makes every “must visit” Seattle list."

86 Pike Pl

The Crumpet Shop

Cafe • Pike Place Market

"The Crumpet Shop, Downtown by Parker. Family owned and operated, the Crumpet shop is one of our favorite indulgences. The dad cooks while the mom and kids run the counter and provide the mood. Their ingredients are organic and their crumpets are other-worldly! From savory to sweet, this tiny shop in Pike Place Market is affordable, fresh, and delicious."

The Crumpet Shop

Seattle Public Library-Central Library

Public library • Central Business District

"Seattle Public Library, Downtown by Parker. You can get books at any of Seattle’s 30-or-so neighborhood branches, but the Central Library is a must-see for first-time Seattle visitors, literate or not. For locals, it is also a serene and quiet place to get work done Downtown. The Central Library made the list, however, because of its insane architecture and design. There are so many colorful floors to explore and glass for days… ceilings, walls, and floors letting in tons of natural light. The meeting room level is our favorite, but the entire building is a Seattle landmark."

Seattle Public Library-Central Library

Dorothy Stimson Bullitt Library at Seattle Art Museum

Library • Central Business District

"Seattle Art Museum (SAM), Downtown by Parker. Located in the heart of Downtown, the SAM’s installations and special exhibitions sit at the center of Seattle’s creative expression and energy, boasting a lot of heritage and PNW history. Be sure to check out the porcelain room on the 4th floor and the “art and life along the Northwest coast” exhibit. Tickets are just under $20 (half the price if you have an old student ID) and the DT Museum is only open Wed – Sun."

Dorothy Stimson Bullitt Library at Seattle Art Museum

Monorail Espresso

Coffee shop • Central Business District

"Monorail Espresso, Downtown by Parker. By now it’s a no-brainer that Seattle has some of the best coffee in the world, and if you are looking for damn good coffee downtown, Monorail tops our list. The walk-up stand is a perfect pop-by while on an afternoon stroll, and—if it’s nice out—be sure to enjoy the outdoor seating for some great people watching. Pass up Starbucks and make this tiny establishment a recurring visit. TIP: Monorail is CASH ONLY, so come prepared and get the best 8oz Americano in town."

Monorail Espresso

Fancy

Art gallery • Belltown

"Fancy, Downtown by Parker. Tucked away just a few blocks from Westlake Center is one of the coziest and friendliest retail stores downtown. If you appreciate handmade, artisan products, Fancy is a spot you have to visit. The storefront exudes plenty good vibes that complement thoughtfully curated pieces of art, design, and jewelry by independent artists—all without coming across as bourgie or pretentious. Though Fancy focuses on jewelry, the shop has some amazing, colorful buys, and aesthetics that are sure to inspire."

Fancy

Seattle Antiques Market

Antique store • Pike Place Market

"Seattle Antique Market, Downtown by Parker. Under the viaduct, sits one of our favorite weekend treasures. Besides the great (atypical) antique furniture, there is a huge selection of old wooden clocks, model airplanes, patches, and magazines, that takes us back to Grandpa Earl's garage. The staff is really friendly and prices fair. If you can get through the traffic hordes of the waterfront, there is free parking, and a creepy Mickey Mouse to welcome you."

Seattle Antiques Market

The Pink Door

Italian restaurant • Pike Place Market

"The Pink Door, Downtown by Parker. This Italian Restaurant is one of the most popular and mysterious date spots downtown. Located just outside of Pike Place Market in Post Alley, walk through an unlabeled “pink door” to a lower-level dining room with vaulted ceilings and quirky décor. Try to grab a seat on the deck with views of Elliot Bay, or—depending on the night—near the giant swing that hangs from the ceiling, where you just might catch a trapeze show. We highly recommend making a reservation—it gets busy!"

The Pink Door

Rachel's Ginger Beer - Pike Place Market

Bar • Pike Place Market

"Rachel's Ginger Beer, Downtown by Parker. We have a profound love for Moscow Mules and Ginger beer cocktails. If you fall into the same boat, you will die over Rachel’s Ginger Beer and their fresh, delicious cocktails. Their first location in Pike Place Market has become a favorite spot with great vibes and good people. First-timers must try the RGB ice cream float or grab some ginger beer to take on your walk through the rest of the market."

Rachel's Ginger Beer - Pike Place Market

The Triple Door

Live music venue • Central Business District

"The Triple Door, Downtown by Parker. Walk in to the top level of the Triple Door to live jazz music and maybe some impromptu slow dancing. You will be pleasantly surprised by the strong drinks and moody, chill atmosphere. If you’ve reserved tickets, you’ll find yourself facing the lower level stage. The bones of the space are incredible, and one of the most beautiful and intimate places to see a live show in town. The venue features table service, and delicious food from award winning Wild Ginger kitchen upstairs (easily Seattle's most popular restaurant). With the dark setting and candles to set the mood, a night at the Triple Door is worth the splurge."

The Triple Door

Alibi Room

Pizza restaurant • Pike Place Market

"The Alibi Room, Downtown by Parker. This dark, speakeasy-style bar is a lesser-known Pike Place Market staple, hidden in the cobblestone streets of Post Alley. We love that it’s hard to find, unassuming, and nostalgic. Once inside, look for the 40+ old scripts of films in which Tom Skerritt has appeared. Aim to go for a weeknight happy hour to avoid the tourist crowds and traffic. The Spicy Mac & Cheese and the Truffle Tre Fungi Pie top our must-eat list."

Alibi Room

Seattle Aquarium

Aquarium • Pike Place Market

"Seattle Aquarium, Downtown by Parker. If you are anything like us, zoos and animal parks tend to make you cringe. So we tread lightly when it comes to supporting a place like this in the city. BUT… By all accounts, Seattle Aquarium’s mission is different, and it comes through when you visit. They inspire conservation, and focus on educating kids and adults on preserving marine environments, and have knowledgable staff at nearly every exhibit. The design of the space is well thought out, with a beautiful 360 degree domed viewing area, giant aquatic worlds and colors hidden in dark tunnels. You will be wow’d, but be prepared to drop $18 per ticket."

Seattle Aquarium

"Fremont Brewing, Fremont by Wintr. Across the street from the shores of Lake Union, Fremont Brewing has one of the most popular patios on a nice day. But Fremont Brewing is so much more than their amazing beer garden; they're a family owned, small batch brewery that has been making the best-of-the-best since 2009. Fun tip, this place is all ages, and you can bring your own food to snack on."

Fremont Brewing's Urban Beer Garden

Jive Time Records

Record store • Fremont

"Jive Time Records, Fremont by Wintr. Jive Time Records has been one of the best places to buy vinyl for over 13 years. This is the kind of place you think you're going to pop in to for a a minute, but you end up elbow deep in records for hours. Budget extra time!"

Jive Time Records

Lucky's Pho

Vietnamese restaurant • Fremont

"Lucky's Pho, Fremont by Wintr. !IMG_9857 !IMG_9827 !IMG_9836 Lucky's is our favorite hole in the wall restaurant in Fremont. This place is not fancy but it's totally on point. If you have never tried Pho before (we hear it isn't as popular around the US as it is in Seattle) this would be the place to do it."

Lucky's Pho

Gas Works Park

Park • Wallingford

"Gas Works Park, Fremont by Wintr. This former gasification plant is now the best park in Seattle. The plant shut down in 1956 but several pieces were left standing and have been incorporated in the park. Take a walk through the 19.1 acres of rolling hills that stretch down to the lake. If you’re in town on the 4th of July, this is the place to be."

Gas Works Park

The Whale Wins

European restaurant • Wallingford

"The Whale Wins, Fremont by Wintr. The Whale Wins is pretty much the epitomy of northwest food. It also happens to be one of the most beautiful spaces around. If the weather permits, try and get a seat outside."

The Whale Wins

Manolin

New American restaurant • Fremont

"Manolin, Fremont by Wintr. Bustling and bright, Manolin opened in late 2014 and became a fast favorite in Fremont. The menu is pretty much perfection. Do yourself a favor and get the rockfish civeche, it's the best."

Manolin

Add-A-Ball

Video arcade • Fremont

"Add-a-ball, Fremont by Wintr. Not only does Add-a-ball boast the largest most diverse collection of vintage coin operated arcade machines in the city, but they have a giant Patrick Swazye mural, and references to Point Break sprinkled throughout the bar. What we're trying to say is, there's nothing else like Add-a-ball in the entire city of Seattle and it's absolutely worth a visit."

Add-A-Ball

"Blue Owl Workshop, Fremont by Wintr. This place is heaven for denim enthusiasts. The best part of this shop are the super friendly knowledgable guys who work there, within 5 minutes you'll know more about denim then you ever imagined."

707 N 35th St

Bluebird Ice Cream

Ice cream shop • Fremont

"Bluebird Microcreamery, Fremont by Wintr. An adorable ice cream shop a few steps from the heart of Fremont. They have everything you could ever ask for, the ice cream is unbelievable, and they make the cones fresh. Plus, they have vintage (working) milk shake machines."

Bluebird Ice Cream

Agrodolce

Southern Italian restaurant • Fremont

"Agrodolce, Fremont by Wintr. For dinner, the fresh pasta here cannot be beat! But Agrodolce also happens to be one of the best spots for brunch in Fremont. They have an amazing patio if dining al fresco is your thing."

Agrodolce

Joule

Asian fusion restaurant • Wallingford

"Joule, Fremont by Wintr. Dare we say this place is the crown jewel of Fremont?! Joule is the newest sister to Revel (also found in Fremont). It is also Korean inspired cuisine, but it's just a little more laid back. Their brunch buffet (yes buffet) features a rotating monthly theme and is always a hit."

Joule

Burke-Gilman Trail

Matthews Beach

"The Burke Gilman Trail, Fremont by Wintr. The Burke Gilman Trail stretches 19 miles through Seattle, but the mile running through Fremont is arguably the best and most scenic. It’s mostly used by commuters or exercise enthusiasts, but we think it’s a great way to see the city. Take a walk, or even rent a bike to get the full effect."

Burke-Gilman Trail

Theo Chocolate

Chocolate shop • Fremont

"Theo Chocolate, Fremont by Wintr. Theo Chocolate is way more than just an amazing candy store, it's also a chocolate factory. And they give tours. Make all of your Charlie and the Chocolate Factory dreams come true and take a tour."

Theo Chocolate

MiiR Flagship

Coffee shop • Wallingford

"Miir, Fremont by Wintr. Beer, bikes, and coffee. All of the things we love in Seattle in one place! Whether you need a cup of coffee or an ice cold beer, Miir is the place. And fun fact, purchases made at Miir help people around the world in need."

MiiR Flagship

"Revel + Quoin, Fremont by Wintr. Revel and the adjoining bar Quoin are a staple in Fremont. Korean dishes prepared with French technique and a unique array of craft cocktails. Hot tip, they're open for lunch!"

403 N 36th St

Kobo Shop & Gallery (at Higo)

Gift shop • International District

"KOBO at Higo, International District by Shore. KOBO's second location is housed in the historic Higo Variety Store — a Japanese five and dime store run by the Murakami family for over 75 years — offering Japanese homewares, objects, fine crafts and original art in its rotating gallery space. Whether shopping for yourself or a friend, you're sure to find something truly special at KOBO."

Kobo Shop & Gallery (at Higo)

Panama Hotel and Tea House

Hotel • International District

"Panama Hotel, International District by Shore. A bonafide national treasure built in 1910, the Panama Hotel is one of the oldest hotels in the area — home to one of two remaining traditional Japanese bathhouses in the country. Don't miss the glass floor near the back, you'll see artifacts left by Japanese-Americans in the basement undisturbed since 1942."

Panama Hotel and Tea House

Maneki Restaurant

Japanese restaurant • International District

"Maneki, International District by Shore. This iconic Japanese establishment dates back to 1904, was shuttered during WWII, and one of its dishwashers even went onto become a prime minister of Japan. An 'American Classic' according to James Beard, Maneki features traditional tatami rooms, a bar and classic Japanese fare including sushi."

Maneki Restaurant

"Wing Luke Museum, International District by Shore. The Wing Luke Museum has many rotating exhibitions featuring Asian American artists as well as historical relics unique to Seattle. Be sure to catch the hourly tour of the old preserved shop near the front entrance. The amazing skylight on the 2nd floor transforms the space. It's a museum, go, learn, soak it in."

Wing Luke Museum of the Asian Pacific American Experience

Fort St. George

Japanese restaurant • International District

"Fort St. George, International District by Shore. This is by far the best bar to go to in the ID. Don't be put off by the weird-ass 80's office vibe when you walk through the shared entrance. The food is really weird and really good, American food with an asian influence. Our favorite is the ketchup fried rice with an egg omelet on top."

Fort St. George

Uwajimaya Seattle

Asian grocery store • International District

"Uwajimaya, International District by Shore. One of the most beloved establishments in the International District, Uwajimaya is a formidable Asian supermarket, bookstore, and gift store, all connected to a bustling food court. The meat department and huge Asian beer/wine selection are some highlights. We suggest the sashimi-grade fish at crazy-low (not sketchy) prices."

Uwajimaya Seattle

Fuji Bakery-ID/King St

Bakery • International District

"Fuji Bakery, International District by Shore. Walking in here in the morning is a full assault on the senses, the sweet and savory pastries at Fuji could tempt even the most devoted Atkins Diet or Gluten-free disciple. Three words: beef curry bun."

Fuji Bakery-ID/King St

World Pizza

Pizza restaurant • International District

"World Pizza, International District by Shore. Enjoy pizza? Don't consume the flesh of mammals? World Pizza's vegetarian pies have you covered. We love the biscuit-like crust and their creative daily specials like jalapeño, field roast and peach. And isn't 'field roast' the most brilliant name ever?"

World Pizza

Seattle Pinball Museum

Museum • International District

"Seattle Pinball Museum, International District by Shore. Peel yourself off the couch away from your Playstations and XBoxes and computer games and get down to the Pinball Museum. These analog games are as infuriating as they are addictive. May we suggest the Terminator machine."

Seattle Pinball Museum

Tsukushinbo

Japanese restaurant • International District

"Tsukushinbo, International District by Shore. If it weren't for the long line of eager customers seen wrapped around the building around lunchtime on Fridays, you might be unaware a restaurant lay hidden behind a simple red door in Japantown. Great sushi, but known for their daily ramen specials (Friday's sought-after shoyu variety), Tsukushinbo is one of our new favorites."

Tsukushinbo

Hing Hay Park

Park • International District

"Hing Hay Park, International District by Shore. Featuring an ornate pavilion donated by the mayor of Taipei in the 70s, communal ping pong, giant chess, and buskers playing traditional music, we read on Wikipedia Hing Hay Park is also the center of the annual Dragon Festival. Drop by during summer and keep up your tai chi game."

Hing Hay Park

Humble Pie

Pizza restaurant • International District

"Humble Pie, International District by Shore. Humble Pie is a recent addition located on the neighborhood's boundary off Rainier Avenue to the East. Sustainability, local beers on tap, and artisanal wood-fired pizza at its best. We love the makeshift structures of repurposed shipping containers and the chicken coop."

Humble Pie

Mike's Noodle House

Cantonese restaurant • International District

"Mike's Noodle House, International District by Shore. When you need to slurp on some noodle soup, look no further. Featuring a wide selection of both noodle soups and congee, as well as vegetable dishes there's something for everyone. Great service. Cash only."

Mike's Noodle House

Green Leaf Vietnamese Restaurant

Vietnamese restaurant • International District

"Green Leaf Vietnamese, International District by Shore. Green Leaf is an I.D. mainstay for good reason: everything on the menu is delicious. If the vast selection seems daunting, we recommend one of the many vermicelli bowls. Its tucked-away location means less tourists, and more patrons serious about their Vietnamese food."

Green Leaf Vietnamese Restaurant

1200 S Jackson St

Building • Central Area

"Saigon Deli, International District by Shore. Google searching Saigon Deli is worthless since there are about 6 other places with a similar name. This hard to find hole-in-the-wall is a local favorite for $3 banh mi. Do yourself a favor and check the fridge in back, you'll thank us when you find Capri Suns sold by the single."

1200 S Jackson St

Seoul Tofu House

Korean restaurant • International District

"Seoul Tofu House, International District by Shore. Seoul Tofu House is a recent discovery and we've enjoyed its classic Korean dishes including hot stone bibimbap and tofu soup—both, both which come to the table mouth-scorching hot. Crack a raw egg and watch it cook in seconds, just don't touch the bowl."

Seoul Tofu House

Flying Bike Cooperative Brewery

Brewery • Greenwood

"Flying Bike Cooperative Brewery, Phinney Ridge Greenwood by Modern Species. Laptop, dog and kid friendly, the Flying Bike Brewery is open to all, but driven by it’s membership. Look up on the tap list menu and if you see a person’s name below the beer style, that’s the member whose homebrew was voted best at one of the special member homebrew nights. Featuring a small menu of eats from Munch Cafe next door. Arrive late afternoon or early evening to smell the sweet scent of malty-mash before it gets made into sweet brewed nectar."

Flying Bike Cooperative Brewery

Bongos

Caribbean restaurant • Phinney Ridge

"Bongos, Phinney Ridge Greenwood by Modern Species. For those of you who have never indulged in a cuban food, Bongo’s will show you what you’ve been missing. Grab a juicy braised pork sandwich with a side of sweet plantains for lunch and you can probably skip dinner. It’s the perfect spot to forget about the cloudy weather as you can eat your meal while you feel the sand between your toes and listen to classic Cuban music in their outdoor seating area. You can even bring your pup to enjoy the Caribbean atmosphere with you. There’s a lot of hype about Paseo, but Bongo’s gives them a run for their money."

Bongos

Greenwood Space Travel Supply Co

Store • Greenwood

"Space Travel Supply Co., Phinney Ridge Greenwood by Modern Species. Originally part of the famed 826 National collective of store fronts with wacky themes like The Pirate Store in San Francisco and the Bigfoot Research Institute in Boston, this Space Travel Supply Co has now split off as it's own entity. The idea is still the same though, and the store front is really a fundraising source for the attached non-profit writing and tutorial organization called The Bureau of Fearless Ideas. So visit the shop to gather your supplies for your next intergalactic trip, or grab a gift for that aspiring space traveler in your life, and rest assured that your money is going toward a great cause."

Greenwood Space Travel Supply Co

Couth Buzzard Books Espresso Buono Cafe

Book store • Greenwood

"Couth Buzzard Books, Phinney Ridge Greenwood by Modern Species. If we had to pick one word to describe the Phinneywood area it would probably be "community", and the Couth Buzzard is one of the cornerstones of this funky community. With a books for all types and ages; a cafe serving coffee, beer, wine and food; and an [event calendar](http://www.buonobuzzard.com/?page_id=20) filled to the brim with open mic nights, meet-up groups, and live music – this buzzard is always buzzing."

Couth Buzzard Books Espresso Buono Cafe

Gorditos

Mexican restaurant • Greenwood

"Gorditos, Phinney Ridge Greenwood by Modern Species. Gordito's is best known for their "baby burrito", but what is a baby burrito?Is it made for babies? Nope.Is it made of babies? Nope... And gross. Why would you even think that?The answer: These burritos are the literal size of a newborn human baby. Don't believe us? Check out their walls of photos showing people's actual babies next to their massive burritos — or just order one and see for yourself. Be prepared to indulge in some amazingly delicious and healthy (all of their dishes are made transfat free) Mexican cuisine."

Gorditos

The Yard Cafe

Restaurant • Greenwood

"The Yard Cafe, Phinney Ridge Greenwood by Modern Species. You expect the Yard to be bar and grill with it’s wood plank interior surrounded by overflowing green planters, but this is the place to go if you want Mexican. Or really if you want to just hangout. This is the spot for a gourmet beer selection and Mexican food that surprisingly good for the spice-phobic northwest. Enjoy bacon-wrapped jalapeños and homemade tortillas and chips that arrive hot. The dog-friendly front patio surrounded by ivy walls is the spot to enjoy some brews in the evening and make new friends at the over-sized picnic tables."

The Yard Cafe

Green Bean Coffeehouse

Coffee shop • Greenwood

"Green Bean Coffeehouse, Phinney Ridge Greenwood by Modern Species. The Green Bean is a non-profit coffee shop with a community soul – partnering with a another non-profit each month to raise awareness, and then donating 5% of that month's profits to that cause. Since 2005 they have donated over $60,000 to organizations like World Relief Seattle, Fare Start, and Sustainable Seattle. So drop by for a great cup of coffee or house-made pastry, learn about a cause, and feel good about the fact that each delicious sip or bite is helping people in need."

Green Bean Coffeehouse

Snapdoodle Toys & Games

Toy store • Greenwood

"Top Ten Toys, Phinney Ridge Greenwood by Modern Species. The largest independent toy store in the PNW and one of the few that offers local and American-made toys. Not many places can awaken the inner child in all of us quite like Top Ten Toys. You could (and totally should) come here if you’re looking to score some major cool points with a tiny human. Although, be prepared to walk out of the store with a little something for yourself as well."

Snapdoodle Toys & Games

"Naked City Brewery, Phinney Ridge Greenwood by Modern Species. The 40 taps at Naked City have not only their own house-brewed creations, but also an enviable selection of top microbrews and a good selection of ciders. (We’re big fans of their fall Big Lebowski-themed brews.) Their food menu is a tasty mix of quality burgers and experimental Americana."

8564 Greenwood Ave N

The Sneakery

Shoe store • Phinney Ridge

"The Sneakery, Phinney Ridge Greenwood by Modern Species. It goes without saying the these guys have an incredible array of shoes. But even if your not shoe shopping, you need to stop by and grab some fabulous shoe accessories like crazy laces, shoe wings, or ramen-themed socks. For the vegan in your life, this is also a good spot for animal-free shoes."

The Sneakery

Herkimer Coffee

Coffee shop • Phinney Ridge

"Herkimer Coffee, Phinney Ridge Greenwood by Modern Species. There are a zillion places to get a great cup of coffee in Seattle, but not many of them roast the coffee right there on site. So stop by Herkimer to sneak a peek at the roasting process, chat with the friendly staff, or just sit and read a good book while enjoying a tasty latte."

Herkimer Coffee

Wing Dome

Chicken wings restaurant • Greenwood

"The Wing Dome, Phinney Ridge Greenwood by Modern Species. It’s in the name, so it’s gotta be a wing lovers paradise. With wing flavors such as Kamikaze (a teriyaki, pineapple surprise) or Sambal Peanut, any wing fence rider is sure to fall in love. For those wing experts, the house sauce comes in 7 bravery levels. Basically everything on the menu will feed your inner-fraternity brother & his family.Pro tip: Always ask for the wings extra crispy & be sure to order a serving of the loaded waffle fries."

Wing Dome

"Le Merde, Phinney Ridge Greenwood by Modern Species. We think Le Merde is the shit. Which is convenient because "le merde" in French quite literally translates to "the shit". This trendy little lifestyle shop encompasses that snarky attitude wrapped in whimsical femininity. Le Merde's staff is just as awesome as a shiny silver sequined jacket (aka pretty freaking awesome). Zooey Deschanel would totally shop here."

7315 Greenwood Ave N

A la Mode Pies

Bakery • Phinney Ridge

"A la Mode Pies, Phinney Ridge Greenwood by Modern Species. Sweet or savory, creamy or fruity, A la Mode can fulfill your deepest pie desires. Enjoy Mexican Chocolate, Hawaiian Blueberry, Veggie Quiche, Bourbon Pecan and plenty more, they have 12-14 flavors available at a time. Grab a growler of their fabulous spicy ginger beer while you’re at it. Limited seating in the front, so you may need to take your pie to go."

A la Mode Pies

Oliver's Twist

Cocktail bar • Phinney Ridge

"Oliver's Twist, Phinney Ridge Greenwood by Modern Species. Some of the best mixologists in Seattle grace Oliver’s Twist, known for their inventive generous cocktails (Spicy Cardamom Gimlet, anyone?) paired with tasty tapas. A literal library of cocktail books sit next to the bar, which employees regularly study when planning the menus. A dramatic atmosphere of red and black interior, low lighting and bumping music, this is the ideal place to start or end the party."

Oliver's Twist

Beats and Bohos

Record store • Phinney Ridge

"Beats and Bohos, Phinney Ridge Greenwood by Modern Species. Half record shop and half vintage boutique, Beats & Bohos strikes just the right balance of charm and attitude. Find a bold and unique piece to accent your wardrobe from their hand-picked selection of 30’s-90’s era clothing. (I mean, we know Seattleites love their shades of black, greys, and browns, but a splash of color from the 60's and 70’s never hurt anyone, right?) If that’s not your jam, explore their record inventory where you are sure to discover some soundbite gems."

Beats and Bohos

Makeda & Mingus

Coffee shop • Greenwood

"Makeda Coffee, Phinney Ridge Greenwood by Modern Species. If you're looking for an eclectic coffee shop to call home, this is your spot. Known for their Humpty Hump (macchiato + americano), they also offer jazz on Tuesday nights, grill cheese and tomato soup on Wednesdays, indian food on Thursdays, and a range of live music and local art events. With comfy dog beds and toys scattered around, your furry friend will love it too."

Makeda & Mingus

Storyville Coffee Queen Anne

Coffee shop • Queen Anne

"Storyville Coffee, Queen Anne. Storyville is by far the most beautiful coffee shop to grace Queen Anne Hill. The thoughtful design and chipper staff make it an easy place to lounge or work. Besides great coffee, a huge bonus is the free chocolate ganache cake given out once every day."

Storyville Coffee Queen Anne

Queen Anne Beerhall

Bar & grill • Lower Queen Anne

"Queen Anne Beer Hall, Queen Anne. Best new after work hang. Large tables offer space for your whole office, and there's a garden patio to boot! Cut loose with a selection of 25 beers on tap, eat a brat or two, along with a tasty selection of German appz n' sertz."

Queen Anne Beerhall

Swedish Club

Cultural center • Westlake

"Swedish Club Lunch, Queen Anne. Sitting down at the Swedish Club is like intruding on an elite secret society. Enjoy a fantastic Swedish meal from a chef that both takes and makes your order, and soak in serene views of Lake Union amidst a crowd of senior citizen regulars."

Swedish Club

613 Queen Anne Ave N

Lower Queen Anne

"Liberty Tattoo, Queen Anne. If their tattoos are anything like their hand painted windows and rad neon signs, then you’ll probably walk out happy."

613 Queen Anne Ave N

Museum of Pop Culture

Non-profit organization • Lower Queen Anne

"EMP Museum (Experience Music Project), Queen Anne. So much is offered in one space, it's hard to know where to begin. In our opinion, the main features are: 1) Seattle-centric music exhibits that offer glimpses into the life of Jimi Hendrix, the birth of Nirvana, and a massive infographic web that shows how all are connected. 2) The Sound Lab, where attendees can play with instruments and receive mini lessons. 3) Rotating exhibits on anything from graphic and comic art, science fiction and horror movie props. 4) Photo opps 'a plenty."

Museum of Pop Culture

Kerry Park

Park • Lower Queen Anne

"Kerry Park, Queen Anne. This lookout point is known for being the best view in the city (and the closest vantage point to that in "Frasier"). If you're lucky and the day is clear, the cityscape will also include a magnificent view of Mt. Rainier."

Kerry Park

409 Roy St

Building • Lower Queen Anne

"Thai Heaven, Queen Anne. The most colorful restaurant in Queen Anne. One of our favorite lunch spots with non-traditional dishes (such as pumpkin curry), classic thai staples, and also the nicest waitstaff around."

409 Roy St

Caffe Fiore

Coffee shop • Queen Anne

"Caffè Fiore, Queen Anne. Enjoy a variety of great coffee and espresso drinks, and work at large tables with plenty of room to spread out. Our favorite place to work alongside others."

Caffe Fiore

Macrina Bakery

Bakery • Queen Anne

"Macrina Bakery, Queen Anne. With a frequently rotating menu, Macrina Bakery offers a variety of French inspired pastries, baked breads, brunch plates, non-traditional sandwiches, and coffee."

Macrina Bakery

Queen Anne Book Company

Book store • Queen Anne

"Queen Anne Book Company, Queen Anne. Next door to El Diablo, these two share a vine covered patio. Receive great recommendations from the shop’s book sellers and sip on your El Diablo latte. No spilling on the books."

Queen Anne Book Company

SIFF Film Center

Movie theater • Lower Queen Anne

"SIFF Film Center, Queen Anne. Step behind the velvet curtain into the most easy-going cinema experience of your life. Here you can view limited release films (via Seattle International Film Festival) at the single-screen theatre."

SIFF Film Center

Caffe Vita

Coffee roasters • Lower Queen Anne

"Caffé Vita, Queen Anne. This laid back little hole-in-the-wall always has a barista on staff who is both knowledgeable and cheery. Work for hours in the recessed booth, or chat at the tables outside. Wherever you sit, expect to see a parade of pups throughout the day."

Caffe Vita

Bamboo Garden Vegetarian Cuisine

Chinese restaurant • Lower Queen Anne

"Bamboo Garden, Queen Anne. The tasty variety of vegetarian foods is the perfect place to go for a tasty meal without the worry, "Is there meat in this?". We recommend a hot pot with their popular corn chowder to start."

Bamboo Garden Vegetarian Cuisine

Space Needle

Observation deck • Lower Queen Anne

"Space Needle, Queen Anne. Our city's greatest icon sits within the Seattle Center. The lawn nearby is a perfect spot to picnic or watch one of the many concerts held at the mural stage. We also recommend you make the trip to the top, at least once —where you can dine in the rotating restaurant or sip on coffee and catch the 360 degree view from the observation deck."

Space Needle

Le Reve Bakery

Bakery • Queen Anne

"Le RĂŞve Bakery, Queen Anne. Kick it on the patio with a chocolate du pain or a twice baked almond croissant."

Le Reve Bakery

Streamline Tavern

Cocktail bar • Lower Queen Anne

"Streamline Tavern, Queen Anne. For a divey night, share a booth with friends. The perfect place to throw back drinks and drown your sorrows."

Streamline Tavern

1811 Queen Anne Ave N

Building • Queen Anne

"El Diablo Coffee, Queen Anne. The quirkiest coffee shop in Queen Anne. Chill out in the vine covered patio or in the garishly bright interior, with a phenomenal slice of pie and a devilishly good cup of coffee."

1811 Queen Anne Ave N

Westland Distillery

Distillery • Industrial District

"Westland Distillery, Sodo Georgetown by Starbucks Global Creative. True to their Pacific Northwest roots, Westland is pushing aside preconceived boundaries in whiskey-making and distilling as they see fit. Visit the source, their beautiful and immaculate distillery, to sample various single-malt whiskeys and take a behind the scenes tour for a better understanding of new frontiers in the industry."

Westland Distillery

Taqueria Taco Gol

Mexican restaurant • Industrial District

"Taco Gol, Sodo Georgetown by Starbucks Global Creative. Located in a bright yellow food truck near 1st and Stacy Street, Taco Gol is a delicious and inexpensive SODO lunch spot. From classic tacos to localized concoctions like the Sounders burrito, featuring a green tortilla, everything is tasty and filling. Be sure to try their range of delicious salsas and spicy pickled vegetables."

Taqueria Taco Gol

Ghostfish Brewing Company

Brewery • Industrial District

"Ghostfish Brewery Taproom, Sodo Georgetown by Starbucks Global Creative. Seattle's first gluten-free brewery has an assortment of craft beers on tap that taste so good you won't even notice the difference. The taproom is spacious, the staff is friendly and knowledgable, and you can bring your dog. The perfect spot to hit up before a game or to host a fantasy football draft."

Ghostfish Brewing Company

Macrina Bakery & Cafe

Bakery • Industrial District

"Macrina Bakery, Sodo Georgetown by Starbucks Global Creative. The SODO branch of Macrina Bakery is a great stop for a sweet treat with some delicious coffee or a quick lunch. The large, open space is also home to their bread and pastry kitchens, where you can see their bakers working away. Their selection of desserts and breads change with the seasons and are always baked fresh."

Macrina Bakery & Cafe

Showbox SoDo

Event venue • Industrial District

"Showbox SoDo, Sodo Georgetown by Starbucks Global Creative. The sister venue of Showbox at the Market, Showbox Sodo is a large entertainment venue featuring live performances by musical artists and entertainers from all around the globe. Located in the heart of Sodo, the venue was designed in a converted warehouse and even features some of its original architecture."

Showbox SoDo

Via Tribunali

Pizza restaurant • Georgetown

"Via Tribunali, Sodo Georgetown by Starbucks Global Creative. The Georgetown location of Via Tribunali is actually a 100 year old pizzeria that was originally in Naples! They deconstructed it to be rebuilt in the heart of Georgetown. The ambiance is lovely, and the pizza is even better. The pizza is cut at the table with a pair of scissors, and great deals can be had at happy hour."

Via Tribunali

Schooner EXACT

Brewery • Industrial District

"Schooner Exact Brewing Company, Sodo Georgetown by Starbucks Global Creative. A bit off the beaten path, Schooner Exact Brewery is down south on First Avenue, among a sea of warehouses and industrial buildings. Schooner Exact is not just a brewery, but also a family-friendly restaurant that offers a selection of delicious food. The brewery is named for the first ship of settlers that arrived in Seattle in 1851. At the SODO brewery, they brew a selection of beers that are available throughout the region."

Schooner EXACT

Emerald City Pet Supplies

Pet supply store • Industrial District

"Emerald City Pet Rescue, Sodo Georgetown by Starbucks Global Creative. This nonprofit organization rescues and nurtures homeless and neglected animals—pets who are on death row, have behavioral issues, or hit a patch of bad luck in life. Creating a home-sweet-home environment for all in their charge, rescuers (employees and volunteers) take great pains to provide the best medical care, training, and rehabilitation to improve the lives of the animals and make finding a permanent, loving home for them more likely. Emerald City also boasts a store, a meet-and-greet room, a carpeted cat playroom, walls of vibrant artwork as well as an onsite dog trainer with a pitbull named Matisse."

Emerald City Pet Supplies

6111 13th Ave S

Georgetown

"Georgetown Music, Sodo Georgetown by Starbucks Global Creative. For sonic downtime in a place with an old soul and cozy vibe, visit this Georgetown mainstay. A sexy selection of new, used, and custom handmade instruments will get your noise/folk band going in no time. Helpful employees don’t mind you getting hands-on with their stuff, and they take special care to help pick out an instrument with the perfect story."

6111 13th Ave S

Machine House Brewery

Brewery • Beacon Hill

"Machine House Brewery, Sodo Georgetown by Starbucks Global Creative. Cask ale is made right here and it’s deliciously unexpected. Walk down the alleyway of Seattle’s historic Brewing & Malting building to inspire your tastebuds with old-world ales. A truly mellow environment (unless you’re visiting during a show or festival), the focus is always on the craft and flavor of their rotating creations."

Machine House Brewery

Fantagraphics Bookstore And Gallery

Book store • Georgetown

"Fantagraphics Bookstore And Gallery, Sodo Georgetown by Starbucks Global Creative. Fantagraphics Books has been a publisher of alternative comics, zines, books, and graphic novels since 1976. In 2006 they opened their first retail space, Fantagraphics Bookstore & Gallery in the heart of Georgetown. Stop in and pick up the latest offerings from comic heroes like Charles Burns, Daniel Clowes, and Chris Ware and peruse their impressive collection of old, new, weird, rare and out-of-print publications."

Fantagraphics Bookstore And Gallery

2963 4th Ave S

Building • Industrial District

"Orient Express Restaurant and Lounge, Sodo Georgetown by Starbucks Global Creative. This gem of the SoDo neighborhood nearly defies description. This is what happens when you take seven antique train cars (one of which actually belonged to Franklin D. Roosevelt), turn them into a restaurant/karaoke bar that serves fantastic Chinese food and stiff drinks. Time will be lost. Parties will be had."

2963 4th Ave S

Georgetown Records

Record store • Georgetown

"Georgetown Records, Sodo Georgetown by Starbucks Global Creative. One of the last standing independent record stores in the city, Georgetown Records takes pride in having an almost exclusively vinyl collection (the only CD's they sell are from local artists). Any day of the week you can find local musicians and DJs flipping through the stacks. The store shares space with Fantagraphics Bookstore & Gallery, which makes a truly unique venue for live in-store performances and events. Viva la vinyl!"

Georgetown Records

Seattle's Best Teriyaki

Japanese restaurant • Industrial District

"Seattle's Best Teriyaki, Sodo Georgetown by Starbucks Global Creative. A lunchtime favorite of the Starbucks Creative Studio. Quick, friendly, delicious, and nourishing. The gold standard for teriyaki joints."

Seattle's Best Teriyaki

Suite 410

Cocktail bar • Belltown

"Suite 410, South Lake Union by Wexley School For Girls. This establishment is on the fringes of South Lake Union but we feel it is our duty to include its excellence. Suite 410 is our back pocket bar for a classy environment with some top notch cocktails. Stop by this swanky spot for an intimate drink with friends or a mellow after work cool down."

Suite 410

Elephant Car Wash

Car wash • Belltown

"Elephant Car Wash, South Lake Union by Wexley School For Girls. 10 years older then the Space Needle the Elephant Car Wash sports one of Seattle's most historical signs. Come bask in the glow of a giant spinning pink elephant and all its nostalgic glory."

Elephant Car Wash

Denny Park

Park • South Lake Union

"The Swing at Denny Park, South Lake Union by Wexley School For Girls. It may be the first park ever created in Seattle, but more importantly its the first swing set in our hearts. Feel the wind in your hair as you glide down a 30ft track to happy town. But seriously, its a really great way to unwind."

Denny Park

A Pizza Mart

Pizza restaurant • Belltown

"A Pizza Mart, South Lake Union by Wexley School For Girls. There is nothing grander then the combination of good pizza and a decently priced tall can. The perfect place to pre-funk or close out A Pizza Mart is always there for you. Don't feel like going to the bar? A Pizza Mart will deliver up to 3:30 AM."

A Pizza Mart

Lunchbox Lab Burgers, Shakes and Bar

Hamburger restaurant • Cascade

"Lunch Box Laboratory, South Lake Union by Wexley School For Girls. A rad family friendly spot that serves diner style burgers with a slew of excellent appetizers. If you need us we'll be slamming down corn dogs and enjoying their small selection of arcade games."

Lunchbox Lab Burgers, Shakes and Bar

Funhouse

Live music bar • Cascade

"Funhouse Seattle, South Lake Union by Wexley School For Girls. Situated in the back bar of El Corazon, the Funhouse is probably our favorite bar on this list. Stop by after work for an awesome happy hour or catch a slew of intimate punk acts curate by local legend Brian Foss. If you looking for an authentic Seattle music experience, this is it buddy.Pro tip: If you feeling curious, google this locations former names (The Onramp Cafe and Graceland) for a little music history."

Funhouse

Brave Horse Tavern

Gastropub • South Lake Union

"Brave Horse Tavern, South Lake Union by Wexley School For Girls. The perfect mix between your favorite diner and your local dive bar. Brave Horse Tavern is a great place to grab a rare craft beer, play some shuffle board and grub on some authentic American eats."

Brave Horse Tavern

El Chupacabra South Lake Union

Mexican restaurant • South Lake Union

"El Chupacabra, South Lake Union by Wexley School For Girls. Grab a stiff drink and some classic Mexican fair at this South Lake Union location of a Greenwood classic. With an excellent selection of homemade hot sauces this restaurant is hard to beat."

El Chupacabra South Lake Union

School of Visual Concepts

Art school • Lower Queen Anne

"School of Visual Concepts, South Lake Union by Wexley School For Girls. Looking to brush up on your copy writing skills? The School of Visual Concepts is a local art school focusing on a la carte classes and workshops taught by working creatives. Take a night class in their excellent letterpress studio or stop by for their annual Steamroller Smackdown."

School of Visual Concepts

The Center for Wooden Boats

Maritime museum • South Lake Union

"The Center for Wooden Boats, South Lake Union by Wexley School For Girls. Take a break out of your busy day and try your hand at a little sailing. This small museum offers lessons and rentals on the art of sailing traditional wooden boats."

The Center for Wooden Boats

KEXP

Radio broadcaster • Lower Queen Anne

"KEXP, South Lake Union by Wexley School For Girls. Seattle's local purveyors of sonic awesomeness KEXP is the city's world famous non-commercial radio station. Filled to the brim with quality radio programming KEXP is the place to find new music or enjoy the classics. Feel like seeing a live set of your favorite band? Hop over to their Youtube page to explore a huge collection of on air performances."

KEXP

Black Market Skates

Store • Belltown

"Black Market Skates, South Lake Union by Wexley School For Girls. Located near one of busiest intersections in the neighborhood Black Market Skates is a small shop with a lot of soul. Stop by and grab the essentials or see whats new in their rotating record selection upstairs."

Black Market Skates

Victory Lounge

Bar • Cascade

"Victory Lounge, South Lake Union by Wexley School For Girls. Getting tired of all of the glam and glitter? Head up to Victory Lounge for a good ole fashioned dive bar. The neighbor to two "secret" DIY venues Victory Lounge is the place to grab a $2 can of Olympia, a hot dog and wait for a show next door."

Victory Lounge

Glazer's Camera

Camera store • South Lake Union

"Glazer's Camera, South Lake Union by Wexley School For Girls. Welcome to one of Seattle's premier camera shops. Pick up a roll of your favorite film, talk shop with the employees or peruse their large selection of new & used cameras."

Glazer's Camera

Feierabend

German restaurant • Cascade

"Feierabend, South Lake Union by Wexley School For Girls. Grab a pretzel, a little mustard, an excellent imported beer and prepare to relax in style. This traditional German pub is a great place to grab a beer or watch a local game. If you feel like getting wild, order a liter of your favorite beer."

Feierabend

Kigo Kitchen

Asian fusion restaurant • South Lake Union

"Kigo Kitchen, South Lake Union by Wexley School For Girls. Do you dig noodles? We totally also dig noodles. Stop by Kigo Kitchen for an amazing smorgasbord of asian eats and a great dinning aesthetic."

Kigo Kitchen

Assembly Hall

Eclectic restaurant • Belltown

"Assembly Hall, South Lake Union by Wexley School For Girls. Welcome to Seattle restaurateur Tom Douglas's food court. This one stop shop for a variety of food options is the place to grab lunch, fresh squeezed juice and your morning cup of joe. Its the only place we know to grab artisanal pretzels bagels along with a spam musubi."

Assembly Hall