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Barneys is a mecca for discerning fashionistas and clothing connoisseurs since 1923. Barneys is an emporium of style and gorgeous products. Barneys is a celebrity hangout.

600 Pine Street

Mario's is the premier specialty retail store in the Pacific Northwest, known for superior customer service and hand selecting both Men’s and Women’s collections for Seattle to create a point of view and shopping experience unlike any other store in the world.

1513 6th Avenue

Seattle’s premier shopping, dining and entertainment destination, with 50 stores ranging from everyday to extraordinary, including: Barneys New York, Club Monaco, J.Crew, lululemon athletica, Michael Kors and Tiffany & Co.

600 Pine Street

An unerring eye for what's next in fashion. A relentless drive to exceed expectations. For more than 100 years, Nordstrom has worked to deliver the best possible shopping experience, helping customers possess style—not just buy fashion.

500 Pine Street

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Matt's in the Market was founded it in 1996. The tiny (then only 23 seats), primitively equipped restaurant attracted a fiercely loyal clientele, drawn by imaginative cuisine that changed constantly based on what was available from the stalls downstairs. Today, they keep an unflagging passion to create a memorable culinary experience for every diner. They use the Market as the prime source of both inspiration and ingredients.

94 pike street

Named for Chef Thierry Rautureau’s hometown of Saint Hilaire de Loulay in France, Loulay Kitchen & Bar marries the French influence of the Chef in the Hat’s upbringing with a modern twist and sensibility.

600 Union Street

Maybe it’s the stylish Italian vibe or the pretty people basking in the soft glow of dripping candles, or maybe it’s the sumptuous, creatively classic food — whatever the secret ingredient, Barolo Ristorante always feels like a party. (New York Times)

1940 Westlake Avenue

Miller’s Guild is built around a nine-foot-long, custom-made wood-fired grill. James Beard Award-winning chef Jason Wilson’s menu features 75-day dry-aged beef, nose-to-tail butchery, and rustic baked goods and crafted cocktails made with spirits house-finished in oak casks, suspended above the bar.

612 Stewart Street

RN74, located in the Joshua Green Building in downtown Seattle serves creative, modern, yet simple interpretations of regional French cuisine. Executive Chef David Varley focuses on a menu filled with seasonal, fresh ingredients and bold flavors.

1433 4th Avenue South

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The first blow dry bar on the West Coast, Swink Style Bar opened in 2009 and specializes in fabulousness for your hair and face. We get the pace of life today, offering blow-outs, lash extensions, waxing, makeup, and other affordable services that help you look your best. Our select line of products, jewelry and accessories are equally fabulous, all-hand picked by our style mavens.

611 Stewart Street

Sephora is a visionary beauty-retail concept founded in France by Dominique Mandonnaud in 1970. Sephora's unique, open-sell environment features an ever-increasing amount of classic and emerging brands across a broad range of product categories including skincare, color, fragrance, body, smilecare, and haircare, in addition to Sephora's own private label.

415 Pine Street

For over 30 years, Marco maintains its position as the recognized authority in the beauty industry, providing clients not only with what they want, but consistently anticipating and exceeding their expectations. This high level of service is the company's trademark, making it the premier image and beauty destination in the Pacific Northwest.

601 Union Street

Featuring décor with a masculine appeal reminiscent of an old library or a cigar lounge, each shop holds nostalgia for barbershops of the past. With a team full of passionate and experienced stylists, Capelli's aims to provide top of the line grooming services for men.

1420 5th Avenue

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Along the quaint Post Alley of Pike Place Market awaits a seductive netherworld fronted by a mysterious, milky rose portal better known as The Pink Door. Enter through it, and the tides of reality wash away into a sea of the sublime. The Pink Door tempts with homespun Italian-American food, conversation that flows, and always free live entertainment.

1919 Post Alley

Known for a great happy hour and an impressive collection of whiskey. (Seattle Met)

1007 1st Avenue

Patrons come for the easy conversation and the drink-all-day coziness. Above all, though, they come for the cocktails of Murray Stenson. The man is effortlessly talented, a bartender superhero. In fact, he may be the country's best. (GQ)

1501 Western Avenue

An urban neighborhood bar.

410 Stewart Street

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The Urban Yoga Spa is the ultimate urban destination for the ongoing maintenance, improvement and connection of your mind, body and self through the practice of Hot Yoga and Spa Services, in the convenience of one location.

1900 4th Avenue

Since 1991, music fans far and wide have recognized the Crocodile as Seattle’s best live music venue. Countless incredible bands played within the walls of Belltown’s much loved living room including: Nirvana, Pearl Jam, Cheap Trick, R.E.M., Mudhoney, and Yoko Ono.

2200 2nd Avenue

From the Jazz Age to the Grunge Era to the current wave of Seattle exports, the storied ballroom has featured shows by touring icons such as Duke Ellington, Muddy Waters and the Ramones — as well as those by homegrown talents ranging from burlesque queen Gypsy Rose Lee, to grunge gods Pearl Jam, to the current dynamic duo on a course for world domination Macklemore & Ryan Lewis.

1426 1st Avenue

The 5th Avenue Theatre is one of the nation's premier incubators for new musical theater. Unique in its Chinese-inspired design, this exquisite theater opened in 1926 as a venue for vaudeville and film. The 5th Avenue Theatre attracts an annual attendance of more than 287,000 and ranks among the nation’s largest and most respected musical theater companies.

1308 5th Avenue

Since 1928, Washington residents and visitors have been entertained at Seattle’s magnificent Paramount Theatre. Millions have delighted in The Theatre’s architectural majesty, viewed countless films, and enjoyed thousands of performers from all corners of the globe.

911 Pine Street

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Edie’s boutique combines the style and street chic of New York with the fashion and sophistication of Europe, in a relaxed shopping environment.

500 E Pike St

Totokaelo is a purveyor of beautifully designed and thoughtfully curated fashion and objects. We represent artists and designers whom we believe to have an independent and thoughtful sense of beauty.

1523 10th Avenue

Boasting 21,000-square-feet of space, Melrose Market is home to almost a dozen retailers including Sitka & Spruce, Rain Shadow Meats, Calf and Kid and Still Liquor. With a focus on locally sourced, independent and organic goods, the beautiful building that once produced auto parts now attracts a clientele looking for a more updated version of Pike Place Market. (Cool Hunting)

1501 Melrose Avenue


Homegrown’s goal is not only to create sandwiches out of sustainable ingredients but also to make sandwich creation sustainable itself.

1531 Melrose Avenue

Mamnoon shares strengths brought with us from Lebanon and Syria to the new world of Seattle – where modern curiosity, compassion, progressive values and tolerance are paving the way for harmonious integration and celebration of cultures and flavors.

1508 Melrose Avenue

The plates served each night are filled with an imaginative take on American food. At Restaurant Zoe, they don’t think of your drink as an afterthought. From established classics to new gems, you’ll find something that satisfies and intrigues.

1318 E Union Street

Momiji is a hand-crafted Japanese restaurant located in Seattle's Capitol Hill neighborhood. Our menu features sushi, rolls, omakase and other traditional Japanese foods prepared from great Northwest ingredients.

1522 12th Avenue

An "earth to plate" concept is the result of Chef Tamara Murphy's love for creative and delicious plates inspired by the seasons and made possible by our local growers and artisan producers.

1501 Melrose Avenue

Spinasse has garnered much acclaim for its interpretation of the traditional cuisine of the Piedmont region of Northern Italy. Dishes are refined and grounded in authentic techniques from Piedmont, while incorporating the products of artisans and small farmers from the Pacific Northwest.

1531 14th Avenue

Boasting 21,000-square-feet of space, Melrose Market is home to almost a dozen retailers including Sitka & Spruce, Rain Shadow Meats, Calf and Kid and Still Liquor. With a focus on locally sourced, independent and organic goods, the beautiful building that once produced auto parts now attracts a clientele looking for a more updated version of Pike Place Market. (Cool Hunting)

1501 Melrose Avenue


Bowie Salon and Spa offers a full range of services for its clients, including haircuts, hair color, hair styling, blowouts, hair extensions, facials, waxing and nails. ELLE magazine’s Top 100 Salons in America - 2010, 2012 & 2013. Allure magazine - "Best Hair cut" in Seattle - 2010, 2012, 2013.

1507 Belmont Ave

If you wake up in the morning and decide you need a haircut, you don’t have to wait three weeks for an appointment. You can walk into any Rudy’s any day of the week and get a great haircut.

614 E Pine Street


Barca has been a destination nightspot since its inception in 2000. We specialize in offering a comfortable and relaxed atmosphere in which to enjoy a world-class drink. Select from 29 different draught beers from around the world or from our diverse and carefully chosen wine list. Their liquor selection is extensive and includes the largest selection of premium and specialty vodkas in the state.

1510 11th Avenue

Capitol Cider is a restaurant, bar and bottleshop that offers one of the country’s largest selections of hard ciders on tap and in bottles. Capitol Cider also offers an entirely gluten-free menu.

818 East Pike Street

Inspired by cocktail culture and culinary techniques from your great-grandfather's generation, patrons enjoy their take on a classic American institution.

422 E Pine Street

Relax and enjoy a sultry evening in Rumba, Seattle's first Rum bar. Rumba is comprised of what all the Caribbean islands have to offer. Their island inspired menu features house baked empanadas, hibiscus wings, Jamaican jerk pork and their sinful deep fried banana foster.

1112 pike street


Workout with a purpose. The Rival team is all about making sure you get your best workout to achieve the results you want. That means caring ownership, management and trainers available to offer training tips, pointers on form, and who are there to greet you everyday.

510 E Pine St

Northwest Film Forum is Seattle's premier film arts organization, screening over 200 independently made and classic films annually, offering a year-round schedule of filmmaking classes for all ages, and supporting filmmakers at all stages of their careers.

1515 12th Avenue

20 bowling lanes, 25 pool tables, 6 bars, 3 private rooms, and plenty of lounging room for a night out. Garage provides a unique brand of entertainment.

1130 Broadway

Old world hospitality. Fresh ingredients. Where leisure is paramount.

1010 East Pike Street

Q is a state-of-the-art, 12,500 sq. ft. multilevel lounge and nightclub located in Seattle’s vibrant Capitol Hill neighborhood. Setting a new standard for excellence by returning to the fundamentals of what makes a nightclub experience great, Q focuses on innovative interior design, groundbreaking sound and lighting, exceptional service, and our twist on specialty drinks and cocktails.

1426 Broadway

Neumos Crystal Ball Reading Room, most often referred to as Neumos, was originally opened as Moe’s Mo’Roc’N Café in 1994 and re-launched in 2003. They host a variety of national and local musicians who play Indie Rock, Hip Hop, Punk Rock, DJ’s , Metal, Singer/Song Writers, Country and much more.

Neumos, East Pike Street

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