New Orleans Creole Restaurant
This decorative iron pergola in Pioneer Square Park was built in 1909 to serve as an entryway to an underground lavatory and to shelter...
Pioneer Square Historical District
Many important architectural heirlooms are concentrated in Pioneer Sq, the district that sprang up in the wake of the 1889 Great Fire....
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...
In one of Seattle's oldest buildings (1889) sits one of Seattle's oldest bars, trading as J&M's since around 1902. Most of the...
Damn the Weather
Repeating a mantra that flows freely from the lips of many Seattleites, this new-ish venture is perhaps best described as a cocktail bar...
New Orleans Creole Restaurant information
Enjoy some live Dixieland jazz with your homemade gumbo or jambalaya in one of the coolest spaces in Pioneer Square. This bourbon-heavy institution serves unpretentious food in an attractive space (warm lighting and exposed-brick walls decorated with portraits of jazz greats) that’s kid-friendly until 10pm. There’s live music most nights, including blues and zydeco.