Near By Restaurants
Umi Sake House
Location: 1st and Bell
Umi Sake House has been a local favorite for years. Anything you order you will love (guaranteed!) but some special recommendations are: salmon don bowl, lucky leprechaun roll (vegetarian), crunchy cali roll, sashimi. They also have a large library of international Sake, for your enjoyment. Also, if you are trying to save some money but still feel the urge to go out, Umi has both regular and late night happy hour! (Sunday-Friday 4-6, and Sunday-Friday 11pm-2am)
Genre: Spanish Tapas
Location: 2219 4th Avenue, Seattle, WA 98121
Pintxo is the perfect restaurant for a fun date night! The space is small, but intimate with their house sangria being perfectly on point! Some signature plates include chicken skewers, lamb sliders, and the bacon wrapped dates. Walk-ins are welcome but reservations are recommended after 6pm.
Genre: Tiki bar
Location: 2505 2nd Avenue, Seattle, WA 98121
Classic Tiki drinks in Belltown! Bar patrons enjoy the eclectic bar menu and globe-trotting décor. A Belltown must!
Location: 2510 1st Avenue, Seattle, WA 98121
Caribbean/Asian fusion jerk chicken with island-inspired cocktails. Excellent back patio dining. Perfect for summer!
Location: Alleyway behind 1st and Wall (directly behind Innkeeper)
Probably the most popular bar in Belltown, Bathtub Gin gives you a unique experience. As it is a speakeasy, it is not your typical bar. Enjoy a drink by the fire, or converse with your friends in the downstairs library. Bathtub Gin is the perfect spot if you want to experience something special. They also have a carefully curated scotch collection. Unfortunately, because of its high demand, there will be a wait for a seat on weekends any time after 6, so get there early, or be in the right mindset to wait at the door to get in.
Location: 1st and Wall
Hip atmosphere with a unique Seattle vibe. The Calamari is highly recommended paired along with a nice glass of chardonnay!
Genre: Dive Bar
Location: 2nd and Bell
Like pinball? If the answer is yes, then Shorty’s is the place for you! This is one of Seattle’s best dive bars. It’s incredibly casual, low key, and has a large collection of vintage pinball machines that are all in working order. Come prepared with quarters! But if not, the bartenders are prepared to give change. This is the perfect spot for celebrating birthdays, and if you happen to get hungry with all of that pinball playing, Shorty’s just happens to make some of the best hot dogs in town!
Genre: local, organic, American
Location: 1st and Bell
Looking for a fun new spot to grab brunch? Local 360 is the place for you! Local 360 is a sustainable restaurant in the heart of Belltown. Their menu has a huge emphasis on local sourcing, with the majority of ingredients falling within a 360 mile radius of Seattle. Some favorite menu items include: buttermilk biscuits and gravy, corn beef hash, house made chorizo, French toast, fried chicken and waffles, and PB&J Bon Bons.
2115 Westlake Ave, Seattle, WA 98121
Hip, counter-service chain for gourmet takes on fast-food classics like burgers & frozen custard.
2424 1st Ave
5th ave and Mercer
2225 4th ave
2200 Westlake 98121
Open daily 9am-10pm
Pike Place Market
1st Ave and Pike
Open daily 7am-6pm
2nd ave between bell and Blanchard
2200 2nd ave and Blanchard
Fantastic venue for local shows! A great community of musicians and new shows every night! There are two separate stages, the main stage and a smaller, more intimate stage in the restaurant/bar area of The Crocodile. Great food (especially the pizza!)
The Moore Theatre
2nd and Virginia
Beautiful, historic theatre curated by Seattle Theatre Group. (STG Presents). Shows range from stand-up comedy to music to theatre to even Cirque-style shows! We can’t recommend this venue enough!
The Showbox at The Market
1st ave between Pike and Union