Roq La Rue
This gallery has secured its reputation by taking risks: the work on view skates along the edge of urban pop-culture. Since opening in...
King Street Station
One of the pillars upon which Seattle built its early fortunes, the old Great Northern Railroad depot was given some much needed Botox...
Seattle's battling baseball team might not have enjoyed the recent success of the Seahawks (NFL) and the Sounders (MLS), but they're...
Fx McRory’s Steak, Chop & Oyster House
This vast Pioneer Sq landmark across from the sports stadiums is a weird blend of class and ass – it’s a majestic old space dating from...
1250 1st Ave S · interesting places nearby
Safeco Field information
Home of Seattle's pro baseball team, the Mariners , the $517-million Safeco Field opened in July 1999. With its retractable roof, 47,000 seats and real grass, the stadium was funded by taxpayers and tourists with the Mariners coughing up the difference. The stadium’s unique design means it commands fantastic views of the surrounding mountains, downtown and Puget Sound.