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Two Days in Seattle

Destination(s): Seattle

If you can only make it into town for the weekend there are a few things you should definitely see. Start out with Pike Place Market, stop by the Seattle Art Museum and then hıt the local music scene. Brunch is essential for the morning after then head up to Capital hill for some great views of the city, some shopping, the A*ian Art Museum and a walk in the park. read more about Two Days in Seattle

Smith

Smith

Crave

Crave

Barca

Barca

  • 1510 11th Avenue
  • tel:+1 206 325 8263
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  • Seattle, 98122
Dahlia Lounge

Dahlia Lounge

  • 2001 Fourth Avenue
  • tel:206 682 4142
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  • Seattle, 98101
Frye Art Museum

Frye Art Museum

  • 704 Terry Ave
  • At Cherry St
  • tel:206/622-9250
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  • Seattle, 98164
Cal Anderson Park

Cal Anderson Park

Freeway Park

Freeway Park

  • 700 Seneca Street
  • tel:+1 206 684 4075
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  • Seattle, 98101
Seattle Asian Art Museum

Seattle Asian Art Museum

  • 1400 E. Prospect St
  • Volunteer Park
  • tel:206/654-3100
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  • Seattle, 98102
Seattle Art Museum

Seattle Art Museum

  • 100 University Street
  • tel:+1 206 654 3100
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  • Seattle, 98101
Aoki Japanese Grill & Sushi Bar

Aoki Japanese Grill & Sushi Bar

Pike Place Market

Pike Place Market

  • 85 Pike Street
  • Between Pike and Pine sts. at First Ave
  • tel:206/682-7453
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  • Seattle, 98121

Nine acres of fresh produce, seafood, coffee, donuts, crafts, unique restaurants and friendly vendors, all set against a backdrop of the Puget Sound – that's Pike Place Market, widely recognized as one of the oldest and best farmer's markets in the country. If you only have one day in Seattle, head downtown to get a real taste of the city in every sense. From fresh cheese curds at Beecher's to chowder at Pike Place Chowder, from necklaces and bags to hand-stitched leather journals and hats, from accordions to pianos to hula-hooping guitarists – there's something for your eyes, ears, and nose everywhere you look at the market.
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Comet Tavern

Comet Tavern

  • 922 East Pike Street
  • tel:206 323 9853
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  • Seattle, 98122
Victor Steinbrueck Park

Victor Steinbrueck Park

  • 2000 Western Avenue
  • At Virginia Street
  • tel:+1 206 684 4075 (Seattle Parks)
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  • Seattle, 98101
Rendezvous

Rendezvous

  • 2320 Second Avenue
  • tel:206 441 5823
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  • Seattle, 98121
Matt's in the Market

Matt's in the Market

  • 94 Pike St
  • Corner Market Building
  • tel:206/467-7909
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  • Seattle, 98101
Re-Bar

Re-Bar

  • 1114 Howell Street
  • tel:206 233 9873
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  • Seattle, 98101
Northwest Film Forum

Northwest Film Forum

The Chapel Bar

The Chapel Bar

  • 1600 Melrose Avenue
  • tel:206 447 4180
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  • Seattle, 98122
Licorous

Licorous

Baltic Room

Baltic Room

Lark

Lark

Can Can

Can Can

Hideout (The)

Hideout (The)

  • 1005 Boren Avenue
  • Northwest corner of Madison & Boren
  • tel:206 903 8480
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  • Seattle, 98104
Havana

Havana

  • 1010 East Pike Street
  • at 10th
  • tel:+1 206 323 2822
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  • Seattle, 98122
Cha Cha Lounge (The)

Cha Cha Lounge (The)

  • 506 East Pine Street
  • tel:206 329 9978
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  • Seattle, 98122
Chop Suey

Chop Suey

  • 1325 East Madison
  • tel:206 324 8000
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  • Seattle, 98122