Andreas Kleiner: "Bring a good book or a chatty friend. The line is long and once inside another line awaits. However if you feel like waiting for 25-40 minutes you'll get amazing pasta and sides waiting at the counter"
melleemel: "Dangerously delicious; practically like ice cream. If you're headed home to a fridge, I suggest you get larger containers to go, they last for days really well! Just scoop w clean spoons each time"
William Strickland: "Used to be located in Pioneer Square, the Elliott Bay Book Company is the local bookstore for those who live on Capitol Hill. You'll find odd titles and local authors here. Don't forget about the café"
Mark B: "Beautiful exhibition of glass artwork by Chihuly.A must see for this awesome art form.Amazing what they can do with glass.Tickets are $25 but you can also bundle a ticket to go up the Seattle Needle."
NiteLite: "Scenic views, playground for all ages, and if you walk the trail halfway, there's a great spot right on the water to take a break so you can enjoy the view of Lake Washington and skip some rocks"
Maria Nichol: "Great place to run or walk or exercise that's right on Lake Washington! Super family friendly and just a breath of fresh air (construction is and will be going on for the next twoish years)!"
AFAR Media: "I love a good night walk especially since the beach offers a gorgeous view of the Seattle skyline. So if you want to capture some amazing night skylines, bring your camera! It’s about a 2.5 mile path."
Kristine Gelsano: "Was introduced to this place solely because of its view. Went here the second day arriving in Washington. Kayaking and you can even rent bikes and ride around with your family or friends."
Kathryn C: "Amazing views on clear days of lake union and the skyline. Even on a cloudy or foggy day, the towers are very cool to see."
Los Angeles Times: "On Tuesday evenings in summer, you can watch the Duck Dodge sailing regatta, a Seattle tradition that goes back nearly 40 years. With or without the regatta, the skyline at dusk looks great."