Waterfront

With spectacular views of Elliott Bay, Seattle Waterfront is one of Seattle’s most unforgettable neighborhoods.  Visitors can enjoy fresh Pacific Northwest seafood, eclectic souvenir and curio shops, scenic ferry rides, or a visit to the Seattle Aquarium. Or, take a walk along the piers and simply enjoy the view.  Whatever you chose to do, do it with a view at the Seattle Waterfront.
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The Old Spaghetti Factory

Dedicated to satisfying dining in warm surroundings, The Old Spaghetti Factory is located across from the historic Pier 70. Within comfortable walking distance, one can stroll Seattle’s bustling waterfront with its many interesting shops and sights. 2801 Elliott Avenue, Website

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Pike Street Press

Pike Street Press is a custom letterpress print and Design Studio located below the famous Pike Place Market. Letterpress is one of the oldest styles of printing, and Pike Street Press uses modern techniques along with environmentally friendly processes to produce products that are both handcrafted and unique. 1510 Alaskan Way, Website

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The Edgewater Hotel

Resting atop Pier 67 on Seattle’s sparking Elliott Bay, the four story 223-room Edgewater is Seattle’s original waterfront hotel. Originally built for the 1962 World’s Fair, The Edgewater Hotel remains as Seattle’s only waterfront hotel and has become a beloved local landmark. 2411 Alaskan Way, Website

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Highway 99 Blues Club

An exciting music venue and restaurant for the blues culture and music of America. Housed in a 1909 brick building on the Seattle waterfront, the Highway 99 Blues Club is inspired by the juke joints of The South and neighborhood blues clubs of Chicago. 1414 Alaskan Way, Website

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