What to Do: The Seattle Center – The most famous attraction at the Seattle Center in Lower Queen Anne is the newly renovated Space Needle with two levels of breathtaking views and floor to ceiling glass walls. Don’t miss some of the other attractions packed into this 74-acre entertainment compound – Chihuly Garden & Glass (think the Bellagio ceiling in Vegas, same guy), the Seattle Center Monorail – taking you to the Retail Core Shopping District, Museum of Pop Culture (MoPOP), the Pacific Science Center, the International Fountain, and McCaw Hall for performing arts.
Dinner Options: On the Central Waterfront – The Crab Pot for their SeaFeasts of steamed and seasoned fresh seafood poured onto butcher paper on your table for you to crack into | Anthony’s Pier 66 & Bell Street Diner. Post Alley in Pike Place Market – The Pink Door – dinner with music, weekly aerial show, and tarot card reader | Cafe Campagne – French bistro | Kells Irish Restaurant & Bar | Cantina de San Patricio – Mexican Cuisine
Belltown Nightlife: Bars on 2nd Avenue | Music – The Crocodile where Nirvana and Pearl Jam played | The Moore Theatre for national and international acts