Seattle’s oddest and most unhygienic sight is the bizarre gum wall situated at the southern end of Post Alley. The once venerable...
Seattle Coffee Works
Amid the frenetic action of downtown is a cafe where they truly treat their coffee like wine. Seattle Coffee Works’ woody interior is...
A Pike Place Market veteran, this Italian grocery store/deli has been run by the same family since 1946. Not needing to roll with the...
1426 1st Ave · interesting places nearby
This cavernous 1137-capacity showroom – which hosts mostly national touring acts, ranging from indie rock to hip-hop – reinvents itself every few years and successfully rode the grunge bandwagon while it lasted. It first opened in 1939 and its dressing room walls could probably tell some stories – everyone from Duke Ellington to Ice Cube has played here.