St Mark’s Cathedral
Go north on Broadway (as the dandyish boutiques turn to well-maintained houses with manicured lawns) until it turns into 10th Ave E and...
One of Seattle’s oldest cemeteries and the final resting place of many early settlers, Lakeview Cemetery borders Volunteer Park to the...
Moss Bay Rowing & Kayak Center
Moss Bay offers rentals, extensive lessons and tours (from $45 per person) on Lake Union.
This lovely neighborhood restaurant in Eastlake specializes in Tuscan-style cooking, with simply prepared meat and fish as well as...
121 E Boston St · interesting places nearby
The sister restaurant to Serafina , and right round the corner, Cicchetti has a small kitchen built around a wood-fired brick oven and a menu of Mediterranean-influenced snack plates that, in combination, add up to an immensely satisfying meal. Try the Turkish fried-eggplant sandwich with feta and tomato sauce ($7), the perfectly roasted asparagus (if it’s in season; $6), and anything with lamb – a recent dish of Moroccan-spiced shredded lamb with lentils and harissa yogurt ($15) blew us away. The cocktail list is stellar, too – never did Bitter Tears taste so sweet.