GET TO KNOW Downtown Seattle
Things will be great when you're downtown, as the old song goes. As the center of commerce, it doesn't get much more convenient for everyday shopping than downtown Seattle. As the center of transit, it's simply the best for urban explorers who don't want to drive much. And for cultural omnivores, the Seattle Art Museum and Benaroya Hall are right there in the heart of it all. Along with venues for big productions, like The Paramount Theatre and 5th Avenue Theatre. And drinking and dining? The problem is never finding a place, but choosing among the countless options. And yet, as the downtown Seattle core is not really the center of nightlife, you don't face noisy crowds on weekend nights.
WHERE TO SHOP
Pike Place Market: Flowers, artisanal products, and food galore: Everything you need for a casual dinner or massive fete.
WHERE TO CHILL
Le Pichet: A perfect French bistro with a small patio, great little wine selection, and all the Gallic gustatory goodness you could want.
WHERE TO BE OUTSIDE
Olympic Sculpture Park: The waterfront itself is a great place for a stroll, but the Olympic Sculpture Park at the northern end makes it even better.
WHERE TO EAT
Spinasse: High-end Northern Italian cuisine prepared in an open kitech and sercved in a bustling, rustic space.
WHERE TO DRINK
Zig Zag Cafe: Ground zero for the craft cocktail culture in Seattle, with an intimate and warm atmosphere.
LIVE IN Downtown Seattle
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