Easter Activities and Brunch Ideas in Downtown

Get out and enjoy a great Easter Sunday brunch in Downtown Seattle with the whole family. Here is a list of restaurants featuring special brunch specials and Easter activities!   Argosy Cruises – 1101 Alaskan Way Enjoy Easter Sunday Brunch on the beautiful Royal Argosy with great views of the Seattle Skyline and a delicious [...]

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Mutt Mitt Stations Installed Throughout Downtown

Mutt Mitt stations are being installed by Metropolitan Improvement District throughout Downtown to assist in cleaning up after our four-legged friends Seattleites love their dogs, and the reputation as a dog-friendly city has been well chronicled.  Even as a perennial top 10 city for dogs, there has been a gap in amenities for parents of [...]

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Downtown Lowdown – Week of April 14-20

Downtown Lowdown – your weekly dose of the top-level things, events, specials and happenings in Downtown Seattle this week. If it’s happening…and it’s “happening”…you’ll find it here. Monday, April 14 – Slow Music at the Triple Door After a 7 year hiatus, Slow Music is returning to Seattle for two performances. Featuring former members of [...]

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Family Fun with Seattle Center Whirligig

Seattle Center Whirligig brings games, entertainment and great food to the Armory for non-stop fun for kids. The newly renovated Seattle Center Armory has been transformed into a colorful hub of lively child-sized entertainment for Seattle Center Whirligig. You’ll find super-sized inflatable rides, balloon artists, face painters, and caricaturists as well as an assortment of [...]

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The Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) plans to replace all its parking pay stations in the next couple years and they are looking for public input. SDOT is doing a one-month on-street trial of seven different models of parking pay stations from February 14 to March 14 along Fourth Avenue between Stewart and Bell Street. [...]

Please encourage all agencies involved in this project to plan for a future extension through Belltown to Seattle Centre. This is a no-brainer. There are so many things up in Belltown and Lower Queen Anne people want to go to, like the Sculpture Park, Seattle Centre, and Space Needle. Plus, Belltown is now the most densely-populated neighbourhood in Seattle.