Right on 1st and Stewart you are steps away from touring out-of-town friends through Pike Place Market, taking them to some local shows and grabbing a hand-mixed cocktail with a view of The Sound.
Walk where you please or utilize the convenient public transportation right outside your door. Embrace all that Seattle has to offer with views, waterfront access and business hotspots on every corner.

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Right on 1st and Stewart you are steps away from touring out-of-town friends through Pike Place Market, taking them to some local shows and grabbing a hand-mixed cocktail with a view of The Sound.
Walk where you please, drive where you please, or utilize the convenient public transportation right outside your door. Embrace all that Seattle has to offer with views, waterfront access and business hotspots on every corner.

Pike Place Market

Pike Place Market is a public market overlooking the Elliott Bay waterfront in Seattle, Washington, United States. The Market opened August 17, 1907, and is one of the oldest continuously operated public farmers' markets in the United States

Original Starbucks

This corner store is at the gateway to Seattle’s historic Pike Place Market – a location of rich history and vital importance to both Starbucks and the Emerald City. It was, after all, in the Market that the original Starbucks opened in 1971.

Nest

Overlooking a land and sea scape beyond words, take it from the top at Thompson Seattle’s rooftop bar, lounge and terrace, which houses a unique bar experience that is like no other in the Pacific Northwest complemented by a small menu of snacks from Huxley Wallace Collective and the service vision seen in Scout. Whether, it is a house-bottled cocktail, a cocktail on tap or a neat pour over a thoughtfully in-house crafted piece of ice, The Nest is for the curious, the inspired, and the innovative.

Scout

A refreshing expression of the Pacific Northwest conjured by Chef Josh Henderson, Scout sources a host of indigenous foods, like shellfish from Puget Sound, wild mushrooms foraged from the Cascade Mountains and grass-fed beef raised in the eastern farmlands.

Zig Zag Cafe

Located near the Pike Place Market on the Pike Street Hill Climb, just down the stairs from Kasala Furniture on Western Avenue and just up the stairs across the street from the Seattle Aquarium.
Good Bar is the latest addition to the historic and ever-changing neighborhood of Pioneer Square. We are located on the corner of 2nd Avenue S and Main in the recently renovated Pacific Commercial Building. Originally built in 1900, the building and space have undergone many transformations; its latest being into a really good bar.

Good Bar

Good Bar is the latest addition to the historic and ever-changing neighborhood of Pioneer Square. We are located on the corner of 2nd Avenue S and Main in the recently renovated Pacific Commercial Building. Originally built in 1900, the building and space have undergone many transformations; its latest being into a really good bar.

E. Smith Mercantile

E. Smith Mercantile was born out of a desire to create a space that, more than anything feeds its community and fosters the creative growth that comes from establishing this ‘tribe’ connection.
The Alibi Room is nestled inside the the world famous Pike Place Market, although it is tucked away from the main tourists attractions.

Alibi Room

The Alibi Room is nestled inside the the world famous Pike Place Market, although it is tucked away from the main tourists attractions.

Radiator Whiskey

A whiskey and cocktail bar brought to you by Dan Bugge of Matt's in the Market, featuring a market inspired menu created by Chefs Tyler Palagi and Charles Garrison and house-branded whiskey distilled by Seattle's 2bar Spirits.

The Pink Door

Along the quaint Post Alley of Seattle's Pike Place Market awaits a seductive netherworld fronted by a mysterious, milky rose portal better known as The Pink Door. Enter through it, and the tides of reality wash away into a sea of the sublime.

Barolo Ristorante

It’s where tradition and innovation merge in modern comfort; Italian ancestry and family spirit, encased in a warm and inviting setting surrounded by wax-dripping candelabras, Italian glass chandeliers, a 20-seat communal table, comfortable booths to watch the action in the room or a cozy table for two to catch a private moment.
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