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Frye Art Museum

For decades, the Frye, founded in the early 20th century by a Seattle meat-packing family, was a sleepy place full of gilt frames and orthopedic shoes. In rece…
704 Terry Ave
First Hill
206-622-9250

Cure Cocktail

Small, cute Cure has a beautiful meat slicer and lots of cured meats to go with it, as well as other snacks like cheeses, a mortadella-and-pecorino sandwich, a…
1640 Nagle Place
Capitol Hill
206-568-5475

Vermillion

Vermillion is an art gallery in the front, while in the back there's the world's pleasantest surprise of a bar—a room that feels both cavernous and comfo…
1508 11th Ave
Capitol Hill
206-709-9797

Northwest Film Forum

A nonprofit film institution that supports local moviemakers, offers classes, screens excellent foreign and indie films, hosts numerous festivals, and knows ho…
1515 12th Ave
Capitol Hill
206-267-5380

Hugo House

Hugo House is Seattle’s local literary hub. They offer many classes and educational programs, but their commitment to learning is deep in their bones and each …
1634 11th Ave
Capitol Hill
206-322-7030

Rendezvous

Rendezvous presents everything from live music to comedy to burlesque in a charming little theater space.
2322 Second Ave
Belltown
206-441-5823

Museum of History & Industry (MOHAI)

The MOHAI is a must see for any Seattleite. The museum houses many stories, artifacts, and activities that help attendees connect with the region and its histo…
860 Terry Ave N
South Lake Union
206-324-1126

On the Boards

On the Boards, which was founded by artists in 1978 and won a Stranger Genius Award in 2006, has been Seattle's premiere theater to see what dance, theater, an…
100 W Roy St
Lower Queen Anne
206-217-9888

Nectar

Offering a strange brew of live music, Nectar tends toward reggae, hiphop, bluegrass, and EDM, in a nicely airy space, including a patio and multiple levels in…
412 N 36th St
Fremont
206-632-2020

Grand Illusion

Small yet grandiose, this indispensable mini-movie palace shows classics, new indies, and sometimes highly entertaining VHS sleaze. Generally, you must pay at …
1403 NE 50th St
Northeast Seattle
206-523-3935