Eat, Drink And Play In Seattle
The coastal seaport of Seattle is full to the brim with fresh seafood, marketplaces and fining dining, along with great museums and a thriving arts scene. We caught up with Allison Williams, senior editor at Seattle Met magazine, who says you needed by afraid of the rain in Seattle – get outdoors and explore the city!
Food and Cultural Walking Tour of Pike Place – The best way to get right amongst Seattle's thriving food culture is by eating and drinking your way through Pike Place Market, Seattle's culinary landmark.
Canon – The hundreds of rare whiskeys aren’t even the real drawcard; it’s the incredibly blended cocktails that’ll really keep you here. But it’s hard to snag a seat at the comfy bar, and standees aren’t allowed.
Museum of History & Industry – A killer combination of serious learning and playtime, it explores the city’s legacy of innovation with interactive exhibits and historic boats docked right outside.
Port Townsend – This Victorian seaport and arts community is crammed with history and boat building.
Insider info – Kurt Cobain and rain are our most famous attributes – but the rain is less intense and common than you’d think, so outdoor recreation is on the cards year-round.