The Mariners’ $517-million ballpark, Safeco Field, opened in July 1999. With its retractable roof, 47,000 seats and real grass, the...
The late, mostly unlamented Kingdome, long Seattle’s biggest eyesore, was once the home field for the city’s professional baseball and...
Roq La Rue
This gallery, recently relocated from Belltown, has secured its reputation by taking risks: the work on view here skates along the edge...
Pyramid Ale House
Technically in SoDo by Safeco Field, this brewpub has the cleaned-up-industrial feel – all bricks and brass and designer lighting – that...
Fx McRory’s Steak, Chop & Oyster House
This vast Pioneer Square landmark across from the sports stadiums is a weird blend of class and ass – it’s a majestic old space with a...
Seattle Mariners information
Established in 1977 but yet to appear in a World Series, the Mariners make their home at Safeco Field.