Jimi Hendrix Statue
Psychedelic guitar genius of the late 1960s and Seattle’s favorite son, Jimi Hendrix is captured sunk to his knees in eternal rock-star...
Gay City Library
This library was set up in 2009 by Gay City, a community organization, and has already collected 6000 volumes on LGBT topics. There are...
Weekend cabaret performances, amateur strip shows, go-go boys and DJs – there’s something entertaining going on pretty much every night...
Cozy by day, irresistible at night, the Honeyhole has a lot to recommend it: big, stuffed sandwiches with funny names (Emilio Pestovez,...
707 E Pine St · interesting places nearby
Linda’s Tavern information
The back patio here is an excellent place to observe the nocturnal habits of Hipsterus Northwesticus . Linda’s is one of the few joints in town where you can recover from your hangover with an Emergen-C cocktail and a vegetarian brunch while taxidermied moose heads stare at you from the walls.
Linda's was grunge central in the 1990s (band members galore piled in here) and it's still a pretty cool place to hang out.