Explore Seattle

Discover our creative city. We have a reputation as one of the greatest arts cities in the world—after all, this is the home of music legends like Nirvana, Jimi Hendrix, and Pearl Jam.

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    Restaurants

    Rider Seattle

    Rider features a menu that highlights fresh, sustainable, and locally sourced seafood and ingredients. With an open kitchen, diners can watch their meals being made on the wood-fired grill from the comfort of cozy banquettes, expansive marble bar, or seasonal outdoor patio. Featuring spirits from regional distilleries, local craft brews, Pacific Northwest wines and house-made cocktail ingredients, the drinks menu will also highlight the area’s boozy bounty. Open Lunch, Dinner, Happy Hour & Late Night + Weekend Brunch on Saturdays & Sundays.

    Barolo Ristorante

    Where tradition and innovation merge in modern comfort; Italian ancestry and family spirit, encased in a warm and inviting setting surrounded by wax-dripping candelabras, Italian glass chandeliers, a 20-seat communal table, comfortable booths to watch the action in the room or a cozy table for two to catch a private moment.

    The Pink Door

    Along the quaint Post Alley at Seattle’s Pike Place Market awaits one of the city’s most beloved restaurant destinations since 1981: The Pink Door. Equal parts Italian-American dining, eclectic entertainment and warm, spirited service.

    Plum Bistro (V)

    Capital Hill's most loved Vegan Restaurant with an airy atmoshpere and fine service.

    The 5 Point Cafe

    Circa-1929 American diner open 24/7 serving hearty all-day breakfasts, burgers & hot sandwiches.

    O'hana

    Seattle staple for Hawaiian-Japanese cuisine, creative and tasteful drinks, and an abundance of good company. Sushi, Karaoke & More.

    Serious Pie

    Seriously delicious hand mad pizza crust topped with things like housemade charcuterie, foraged mushrooms, and imported cheeses. we source fresh vegetables and herbs from prosser, washington which utilizes the bounty of the pacific northwest.

    The Carlile Room

    Basking in the glow of the Paramount Theatre marquee, the Carlile Room is a groovy cocktail spot serving up a modern-American bar & grill menu with vibes of the late sixties and early seventies.

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      Bars

      Jupiter Bar

      Hangout with local art, cocktails & light fare, plus an arcade with pinball machines & a pool table.

      Shorty's

      Casual Cocktails, Frosty Beer, Hot Dogs & Pinball & Arcade.

      Cha Cha Lounge

      Hip, trendy bar serving margaritas, mexican beer, tacos & burritos.

      Unicorn Bar

      Unicorn & Narwhal are two carnival themed bars located in Capitol Hill, Seattle. Each packs its own vibe into one location offering whimsical food & drink options. Step right up and enjoy Unicorn Helmets, Claw Machine, Photo Booth, Arcade, and Weekly Events!!

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      Coffee Shops

      Anchorhead Coffee

      A specialty craft coffee maker using only locally roasted beans and offering delightful breakfast bites.


      Starbucks Coffee

      This ubiquitous, Seattle-based coffeehouse chain is known for its signature roasts, light bites and Wi-Fi availability. Find this central location downtown at Pacific Place Mall.


      Mr. West Cafe

      A modern cafe serving espresso drinks, beer/wine & expertly crafted eats in an open, airy interior.

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      Wine & Liquor Stores

      Pike & Western Wine Merchant

      Old-school shop offering a broad range of imported & domestic wines


      Downtown Spirits

      Family-owned shop offering basic & unique liquors along with wine, beer, tastings & growlers to go.

  • Things to Do

    Nightly Spirits Ghost Tour & Pub Crawl

    An experience combining years of experience crafting the best tour routes and locations with full-time ghost hunters and researchers to deliver an epic ghost tour & pub crawl around Pike Place Market in Seattle.

    Pike Place Market

    Come on, it's a classic. Pike Place is a Seattle staple where visitors can enjoy views across the bay during the day backed by fresh flower, fish and produce stands or settle into a candle-lit wine bar in the wall at night.

    Museum of Pop Culture

    MoPOP is a nonprofit museum dedicated to contemporary popular culture. It was founded by Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen in 2000 as the Experience Music Project. This over-the-top museum is right next to the Space Needle and you can’t miss the purple and silver wavy building. Inside the museum takes you through the history of music and movies that have shaped our culture. Step into a rock ‘n’ roll sound lab, view the original manuscripts from Game of Thrones, and peek at hundreds of props from famous movies.

    Museum of History & Industry (MOHAI)

    The Museum of History & Industry is a history museum in the South Lake Union neighborhood of Seattle, Washington, United States.

    Seattle Selfie Museum

    Check out a different way to play at a museum made for the digital nomad of the world. All you'll need is your phone, a couple of friends, and you’re in for some rocking fun.

    The Great Wheel

    This giant Ferris Wheel at Pier stands 175 feet, it was the tallest Ferris wheel on the West Coast of the United States when it opened in June 2012.

    Olympic Sculpture Park

    This park is located on Seattle’s waterfront and features modern sculptures set against a backdrop of the Olympic Mountains, Puget Sound, and of course, the Space Needle.

    Seattle Space Needle

    Located in the Seattle Center, the Space Needle is without a doubt the most iconic man-made feature of Seattle. This iconic building is an integral piece of the Seattle skyline, and you can either opt to see it from the ground, or get up in there and take in the view of Mount Rainier (on a clear day) from 520 feet in the air on the observation deck.

    Post Alley Gum Wall Seattle

    Seattle is full of all sorts of quirky sights and photo ops, but the most famous (and accessible!) is arguably the Post Alley Gum Wall. It's right around the corner from Pike Place, so you really can’t miss it. Bring a pack of bubble gum for a cute photo op and try to guess how many pieces are actually on the wall.

    Hot Tub Boat

    Exactly what it sounds like. Book a trip with some buds and float around Emerald City in the comfort of your own hot tub boat.

    T-Mobile Park

    Catch a Seattle Mariners baseball game at T-Mobile Park. Enjoy a spectacular game experience with panoramic views of the city skyline and Puget Sound.

    Lumen Field

    Enjoy matches featuring the Seattle Seahawks, Sounders, and OL Reign as well top musical performances at Lumen Field.

    Climate Pledge Arena

    Enjoy NHL Hockey excitement with Seattle Kraken plus top performers at Climate Pledge Arena just a few monorail stops from Hotel Max.

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    Health & Safety

    If you are having a medical emergency, please dial 911 immediately.

    Bartell Drugs Pharmacy

    Locally-owned and founded in 1890, Bartell's showcases over 150 local partners making products right here in the Pacific Northwest.


    CVS Pharmacy

    Conveniently located nearby for any and all of your pharmacy needs.


    Zoom+Care

    Easily book virtual appointments online for everything from prescription refills to medical aid.

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