Dimitriou's Jazz Alley offers an intimate, cabaret-style setting for cocktails, dinner and a jazz show. A local Seattle, Washington favorite for seeing top Jazz artists, those with dinner reservations receive priority seating for shows. To learn more, visit www.jazzalley.com.
Moore Theater is the oldest existing theater in Seattle and remains a beloved venue for music events and Broadway shows, including jazz, rock and pop concerts. Built in 1907, Moore Theater was the site of some of the Seattle grunge movement's biggest acts in early 1990s. To learn more, visit www.stgpresents.org.
Pike Place Market is a multi-faceted attraction that offers shopping, dining, crafts, fresh produce and the charming opportunity to meet the growers and creators of the products you're shopping for. Shop for fresh produce on the street level, then go below to one of the lower levels to dine at family owned restaurants and peruse classic comic book and collectibles stores. To learn more about one of Seattle's most popular tourist attractions, visit www.pikeplacemarket.org.
The Seattle Art Museum (SAM) houses permanent collections in modern art, Asian art, African art, pre-Columbian art, Native American art, and Oceanic art and features large-scale installations and special exhibits. The museum offers interactive workshops for kids, a cafe and museum gift shop. To learn more, visit www.seattleartmuseum.org.
Washington State Convention & Trade Center
The Washington State Convention & Trade Center is downtown Seattle's leading conventions space and features on-site restaurants, parking and business services. Located in the heart of downtown, the Seattle convention space offers easy access to shopping, dining and transportation. To learn more about the Washington State Convention Center, visit www.wsctc.com.