It’s about time we put together a city guide for our favorite city, don’t you think? So, here’s our Seattle City Guide for you,
all most of the great places to eat, drink & shop in the rainy city! (:
The London Plane 300 Occidental Ave S, Seattle, WA – This place has such good vibes with its open layout, including an upper and lower level dining area, bakery & flower shop all in one. The food is also delicious!
Oddfellows Cafe & Bar 1525 10th Ave, Seattle, WA – A great Capitol Hill neighborhood brunch spot with yummy cocktails too!
Stateside 300 E Pike St #1200, Seattle, WA – Highly rated Vietnamese & French fusion restaurant, good for a date or just a chill brunch.
The Pink Door 1919 Post Alley, Seattle, WA – An Italian restaurant with nightly entertainment and Saturday Burlesque shows. We’ve been wanting to try this place out, but we’re usually too last minute to make reservations. So come back and let us know how it is (:
Pike Place Chowder 1530 Post Alley, Seattle, WA – On a cool cloudy Seattle day this is a great lunch option to warm you up!
Daily Dozen Donut Company 93 Pike St #7, Seattle, WA – Who can pass up donuts?! When you smell the fresh donuts and see the line you know you found some good ones here!
Molly Moon’s Homemade Ice Cream 917 E Pine St, Seattle, WA – A Seattle favorite, THIS is the place to grab some ice cream!
Unicorn 1118 E Pike St, Seattle, WA – Whether you’re in the mood to grab an afternoon cocktail and a small bite or just grab some evening drinks this is the place! With its cool carnival theme and downstairs arcades, you won’t regret visiting this spot (:
Starbucks Reserve & Roastery 1124 Pike St, Seattle, WA – This doesn’t mean we like Starbucks, but this is a cool coffee spot to visit we’ll admit to that.
Stumptown Coffee Roasters 1115 12th Ave, Seattle, WA – This is one of our favorite PNW coffee shops!
Storyville Coffee 1001 1st Ave, Seattle, WA – One of our favorite hang out spots in Seattle, good coffee & pastries as well as the perfect location hidden in Pike Place Market (:
Elm Coffee Roasters 240 2nd Ave S #103, Seattle, WA – Tryed this lovely coffee shop out for the first time recently and will definitely return to it next time too!
Slate Coffee Roasters 602 2nd Ave, Seattle, WA – Looking for a quieter place to grab a delicious cup of coffee, this place is pretty chill.
Monorail Espresso 520 Pike St, Seattle, WA – This place makes a really good cappuccino! Careful though, if you’re not looking for this cute hole in the wall you may walk right past it without even noticing!
Pike Place Market 85 Pike St, Seattle, WA – Of course, you should obviously check out one of the most well-known farmer’s markets.
Moorea Seal 1012 1st Ave Suite 150, Seattle, WA – With a beautiful selection of accessories and more, this space and everything in it is absolutely lovely!
Pike Street Press 1510 Alaskan Way, Seattle, WA – Hidden away on the backside of Pike Market, this place is worth the visit with all its well-designed prints, cards, and stationery!
Ye Olde Curiosity Shop 1001 Alaskan Way, Pier 54, Seattle, WA – Founded in 1899 this place has a selection of …well curious items. Something interesting to check out for sure!
Glasswing Shop 1525 Melrose Ave, Seattle, WA – With stylish outfit offerings and home goods, this place is cool even if you’re just window shopping.
Melrose Market 1531 Melrose Ave, Seattle, WA – A very cool little indoor food & retail market just up the street from Pike Place Market.
Gas Works Park 2101 N Northlake Way, Seattle, WA – Located on the North shore of Lake Union this place gives you an amazing view of Seattle!
Kerry Park 211 W Highland Dr, Seattle, WA – This place though has one of the best views of Seattle! The incredible view you get here includes downtown Seattle, the Space Needle, Elliott Bay and Mount Rainier.
Volunteer Park Conservatory 1400 E Galer St, Seattle, WA – A beautiful botanical garden & conservatory worth a visit. Also, taking a walk around Volunteer Park while you’re at it is lovely too!
Gum Wall 1428 Post Alley, Seattle, WA – A brick wall covered in gum sounds gross and it kind of is, but it’s also really cool too!
Bill Speidel’s Underground Tour 614 1st Ave, Seattle, WA – Did you know Seattle rebuilt on top of it’s self? Well, this very interesting tour takes you on a stroll through some of the subterranean storefronts and sidewalks of the Seattle underground. We’ll admit we’re not usually ones for tourist attractions, but this one is very cool to experience!
What did we miss? Let us know some of your favorite spots in Seattle in the comments below (:
Thanks for reading friends!