Chinatown – International District

Just east of Pioneer Square, this eclectic neighborhood offers the city’s most diverse mix of authentic Asian cuisine and lively international flavor throughout its many shops, markets and art.  Hing Hay Park, the International Children’s Park and the International District / Chinatown Community Center invite everyone to play in one of Seattle’s most culturally-rich neighborhoods.

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Tamarind Tree

Tamarind Tree is the highlight of Little Saigon in Seattle’s International District, the spacious and extremely modern décor creates a special ambiance. The authentic Vietnamese cuisine is truly one-of-a-kind and the perfect mix of traditional and modern. 1036 S Jackson St, Website

Tuesday Scarves

This vibrant and whimsical International District store is filled with beautiful scarves. A scarf, cowl and hood all in one, Tuesday Scarves are the perfect, versatile, all-season accessory. The unique loop style is easy to throw on as an accessory for any outfit, day or night. Great for women, men and children! 608 Maynard Ave S, Website

Panama Hotel

Built in 1910, the Panama Hotel was designed by the first Japanese-American architect in Seattle, Sabro Ozasa. Enriched with history, the hotel contains the last remaining Japanese bathhouse in the United States. The Panama Hotel also features a large coffeehouse in its old lobby and is the setting for Jamie Ford’s bestselling novel Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet. 605 S Main St, Website

Venus Karaoke

Want to sing your heart out? Venus Karaoke can help with private party karaoke rooms that can be booked by the hour for groups of up to 30 people. Songs are available in a variety of different languages and are always being updated to include the latest hits. 610 S King Street, Website

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