Built in 1891, this magnificent structure facing Pioneer Square Park is one of the finest Victorian buildings in Seattle and showcases...
Bill Speidel’s Underground Tour
This cleverly conceived tour of Seattle's historic ‘underground’ (the part of the city that got buried by landfill in the 1890s)...
Pioneer Square Park
The original Pioneer Sq is a cobbled triangular plaza where Henry Yesler’s sawmill cut the giant trees that marked Seattle’s first...
This plush venue is open late and has a more extensive (and cheap) food menu than you might expect of a club whose top priority is...
A classic Pioneer Sq workday lunch place, the subterranean and slightly utilitarian Bakeman's has become practically synonymous with its...
This friendly cafe, bejeweled with a mishmash of sparkly decorations and pulsing with Middle Eastern pop, dishes out juicy falafel sandwiches stuffed to overflowing, as well as shawarma, tabbouleh, hummus, great baklava and freshly squeezed lemonade. On weekend nights the vibe goes clubbish, with hookahs and belly dancers in the house.