Part of The Bellevue Collection, Bellevue Square is the one true shopping center that allows you to feed your passion for fashion. Read more.
This French bistro possesses both a legendary roast chicken and an informal charm that makes you want to linger all afternoon with some charcuterie and cheese. [Eater 38 Member] Read more.
Try Pike Kilt Lifter Scotch Style Ale. The in-house brew is some of the best beer in Seattle! Read more.
The messy Cuban-style sandwiches have developed an epic fan base, and a reliable line of people waiting for their fix. [Eater 38 Member] Read more.
Peacefully reflect on works by German and American masters at this downtown gem. Admission is always free and art is displayed in natural light only. Bonus: parking is also free. Read more.
• The Ballard farmer’s market is AMAZING. They’ve got so much fresh meat and produce it’s ridiculous. I used to go to the Fremont market but they’ve got way too many trinkets and rarely have produce Read more.
Terrific community grocery featuring everything from fresh seafood, Japanese groceries, Korean kim chi, local NW wine, fresh produce and more. Be aware of sell-by dates - some items are past due. Read more.
Turn a trip to the Seattle Center into an adventure on the Monorail. It’s only two minutes and the fastest way to travel from downtown to the Center.Powered by ParentsConnect.com Read more.
Made famous on Guy Fieri's Triple D, Slim's is a terrific Georgetown stop for a bite. Get a bowl of chili - 4 styles including turkey white bean - over grits with tomatoes, onion, cheese and chiles. Read more.