With its inverted base that looks like a tree that's been nibbled by a beaver, this urban behemoth was finished in 1977, after which it...
Look up at the beaux-arts style Cobb Building (1910) and see remnants of an older Seattle. Peering out from the 11-story edifice you'll...
Formerly the Northern Life Tower, this 26-story art-deco skyscraper, built in 1928, was designed to reflect the mountains of the Pacific...
5th Avenue Theater
Built in 1926 with an opulent Asian motif, the 5th Avenue opened as a vaudeville house; it was later turned into a movie theater and...
Purple Cafe & Wine Bar
Instantly impressive with its high ceiling, lofty mezzanine floor and spectacular tower of wine bottles, the Purple Cafe almost always...
411 University St · interesting places nearby
Once the place for Seattle fine-dining, the Georgian at the Fairmont Olympic Hotel discontinued its dinner service in 2016. It's elegantly attired restaurant still serves lunch, but it's probably best reserved for afternoon tea – technically 'high tea' – with its proper British platter of scones, sandwiches and tea in china tea cups. For $10 extra you can add champagne.