A typical diner place, with a dance / bar area in the back. I ate breakfast at this place almost everyday. The night scene is pretty good around here too. This neighborhood is considered South Queen Anne and is near the space needle.
If you're looking for a show to go to, this is the place. They always have something happening during the week and most Seattle shows happen here. I saw half of the Fiery Furnaces here along with The Sea and Cake. I also saw Neighbourhood here.
This place is themed like a carnival. There are two floors, and pinball machines (a NW staple), all up in there. Try the Unicorn Balls; it's why they're extinct.
A great place to just chill. There's a park near by showing a view of the water. There are tons of things to look at here. Make sure you check out all three floors of the market. Also, checkout the bubble gum wall. Gross.
Open NXNW-late, 2am, and serves burgers all night long. It's a good place to go when your hungry and drunk. There are tons of bars around this place.
This place is modeled after Coney Island back home. Also: Pinball machines. Pinball machines. Pinball machines.
I love this little mexican place. Everything on the menu is great. It's also on Mississippi Ave which is a great neighborhood to explore.
Check out this place's calendar. I saw Kid Koala here on a whim. It's a nice venue with lots of dance floor space. This is in a fun and local's part of town.
I was so hung over after the Kid Koala show. This place really hit the spot. This is near another great neighborhood similar to Mississippi Ave.
This place has so many different kind of doughnuts, it's almost gross. It's near an open-air fair, and the line is usually really long.
In a nice area, this place is both a hotel and a nightclub / restaurant. This is a great place to get some drinks and explore. I saw Obama's acceptance speech in 2012.
This record shop is pretty cool. Sadly, vinyl is a bitch to travel with.
Two floors of arcades. 'Nuff said. Also, it's pronounced "Cooch" street but spelled Couch. Keep that in mind with locals.