Pioneer Square

Historic Pioneer Square, South of the Retail Core and nestled between the Chinatown-International District and the Waterfront, is rich in history and culture as Seattle’s original Downtown.  With exquisite Victorian and Edwardian Era architecture, classic restaurants, bars and nightlife, extensive furniture, rug and antique shopping, art galleries, and home to CenturyLink Field and Seattle Seahawks and Sounders FC, Pioneer Square mixes the history of our city with modern and cultural activities.

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Altstadt

Altstadt is a German bierhalle and brathaus that serves traditional German fare, along with classics from the neighboring Slavik lands.  The beer handles share the Germanic, slavik focus and are always in rotation as are the many bottles and cans from the region.  All ingredients are made in house using the best ingredients from local farms. 209 1st Ave. Website

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Beyond Threads

Cristina Dioguardi established Beyond Threads in 1992 and began to import good from Peru to wholesale in the United States. This vision grew into a strong commitment to creating unique designs and high quality garments combining Peruvian craftsmanship and contemporary styling.  214 S Jackson St. Website

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Best Western Pioneer Square

Located in Downtown Seattle’s Pioneer Square district, our BEST WESTERN PLUS Seattle hotel is an elegant, thoroughly restored Romanesque-Victorian boutique hotel, offering comfortable accommodations close to everything Downtown. 77 Yesler Way. Website

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Beneath the Streets

A new tour of old Seattle, Beneath the Streets guides visitors through three sections of the historic underground passageways in Pioneer Square that have not been offered on a tour before.  Tour guides have been leading hours in this historic district for years. 102 Cherry St. Website

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