Log House Museum
A historical curiosity in Seattle's oldest neighborhood, this museum was built in 1903 from Douglas fir trees as a carriage house for...
Alki Point Lighthouse
The US Coast Guard maintains this lighthouse, which dates from 1913. It has limited seasonal hours but free tours are available when...
Alki Beach Park
Alki Beach has an entirely different feel from the rest of Seattle: this 2-mile stretch of sand could almost fool you into thinking it’s...
Looking like a cross between a diner and a cocktail lounge, West 5's curious formula obviously works – it's been in business since 1966....
Phoenecia at Alki
Mediterranean and Middle Eastern food, particularly artisan pizza, is the focus at long-standing Alki Beach staple, Phoenecia. The owner...
2800 Alki Ave SW · interesting places nearby
You haven't really been to Alki until you've tried the fish-and-chips and, for locals, there are two institutions: Spud Fish & Chips and this one. Options include cod, halibut, salmon, fried oysters and clam strips – or combinations thereof. Sit at one of the outdoor tables and enjoy the boardwalk feel.