Five Point Café
Pacific Science Center
This interactive museum of science and industry once housed the science pavilion of the World’s Fair. Today the center features...
You might be from Alabama or Timbuktu, but your abiding image of Seattle will probably be of the Space Needle, a streamlined,...
Ride the Ducks of Seattle
Two Bells Bar & Grill
Flee the white-belt-and-skinny-jeans crowd and seek refuge in the Two Bells, a neighborhood pub with the friendliest barkeeps in town...
Tilikum Place Cafe
Sometimes old Belltown and new Belltown sit bumper to bumper, and the juxtaposition is never more marked than on Cedar St, where the...
Lonely Planet review
Not ‘retro', just old and endearingly grim, the Five Point Café in Tilikum Sq has been around since 1929, and so have many of its patrons. Half diner, half bar and too worn-in to be mistaken for hip, it’s where seasoned barflies and young punks go to get wasted, any time of day.
Check out the men’s bathroom – ‘allegedly’ the urinal offers a periscope view of the Space Needle.