West Edge

westedgeThis four-block wide urban hike stretching from Belltown to Pioneer Square is home to some of Seattle’s most memorable landmarks, including the Pike Place Market, Seattle Art Museum and Benaroya Hall.  Eclectic boutiques and eateries express the true flavor of Seattle and attract both residents and visitors alike.

Let’s Talk Downtown Blog – West Edge
  • 22 April 2014 | 5:36 pm
    arcade lights Pike Place Market celebrates artisan food, craft beer and wine with an after-hours event in their historic arcade. Get ready for a highly anticipated evening of handcrafted savory and sweet bites, beer and wine as well as non-alcoholic drinks in Pike Place Market’s historic arcade. Arcade Lights brings together more than 60 local artisan food [...] Read More >>
  • 21 April 2014 | 9:51 pm
    dance around the world 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 21 – Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? Director Braden Abraham takes on the modern American classic Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? by Edward Albee at Seattle [...] Read More >>
  • 18 April 2014 | 8:42 pm
    bike master plan City Councilmembers unanimously approved the Bicycle Master Plan that has been in the works since 2007 and the final version can be viewed online. On Monday, City Councilmembers unanimously voted to approve the Bicycle Master Plan that outlines new improvements for Seattle’s bicycle infrastructure Downtown and beyond. This plan will set new projects in motion [...] Read More >>
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Matt’s in the Market

ucked away on the third floor of the Corner Market Building, Matt’s in the Market is a new American restaurant with spectacular views of Elliot Bay, the Olympic Mountain range, and Pike Place Market’s infamous clock sign. Every day the menu is meticulously crafted to what the market has that day, using the best and most fresh, local ingredients.  94 Pike St, Website

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The Original Starbucks

Opened in 1971, the Original Starbucks now sits firmly on the must-see list for Seattle tourists. Back then, the company was a single store in Seattle’s historic Pike Place Market. From just a narrow storefront, Starbucks offered some of the world’s finest fresh-roasted whole bean coffees. Today, with more than 18,000 stores in 62 countries, Starbucks is the premier roaster and retailer of specialty coffee in the world. 1912 Pike Pl, website

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Hotel 1000

Located in the heart of Downtown, Hotel 1000 is the perfect choice for staying where it all connects. Amenities include luxurious guestrooms, fitness center, spa, golf club, business center, award winning BOKA Restaurant & BAR and a pet-friendly policy. Modern designs mix with style at this contemporary hotel on First Avenue. 1000 1st Ave,Website.

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The Triple Door

The Triple Door is a lively, modern music venue that sits inside a historic, restored theatre. The venue provides concerts, trivia nights, musical nights and many other special events. Their lounge also provides happy hour specials from the upstairs Wild Ginger restaurant, as well as an extensive wine and cocktail list. 216 Union St, Website

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