Seattle Places

The Seattle Waterfront

The Seattle Waterfront is a beautiful place to explore on foot or simply sit and take in the sights and sounds of the city. The waterfront offers plenty of opportunities, spanning a great portion of Elliot Bay from the Pioneer Square, past downtown and all the way to Broad Street at the Olympic Sculpture Park.

The Seattle Space Needle

Created to usher the city into the future, The Seattle Space Needle was commissioned as part of the 1962 World Fair hosted in Seattle. The theme of the fair was “Century 21”, thus inspiring the futuristic design of the Needle. Rising 605 feet from the ground and 520 feet above sea level, the structure is

The Showbox Market at Pike Place

Just across Pike Place Market, a few steps down the road from Blarney Stone Pub and Restaurant, you’ll find Seattle’s legendary musical venue. Since 1939, The Showbox has been featuring major headliners such as Mae West, the Ramones, burlesque queen Gypsy Rose Lee, Pearl Jam and chart toppers Macklemore & Ryan Lewis. The Showbox hosts

Pike Place Market

What started out as ten farmer wagons has blossomed into the iconic farmers market, loved by locals and tourists alike. Pike Place Market is the quintessential Seattle market where you can find fresh produce, flowers, quality meats, seafood, artisan products and every bit of good food the city has to offer. It is also a

Shopping at Westlake Center

One of Seattle’s main thoroughfares, Westlake Center is composed of a 25-story office building, a 4-story glass enclosed shopping mall and a park that offers a myriad of dining, entertainment and shopping opportunities.  The 11,000 square meter commercial complex is named after Westlake Avenue which is at the north part of the mall and goes

The Seattle Art Museum

The Seattle Art Museum fondly known as SAM, is a world renowned museum and a vital art institution featuring art pieces from local and international artists. The museum started as a 1,926 piece collection and has grown into more than 25,000 art pieces held in various locations. The main collection can be found, just along

Google Reviews

  •   I stopped in with some co-workers for a drink last week. My co workers had been before, but it was my first time. Its a good downtown location, but feels more like a small town bad than other places I've been in Seattle. The service was good, and they had a good selection of beer. Seems like it would be a good place for St. Patricks day

    thumb Kelly Douglas
    1/01/2018
  •   A favorite stop of mine. The food menu is surprisingly varied and not really what you would normally consider bar food. bangers and mash, corned beef and cabbage, and home-made chips are some of my go-tos. The price for food and drink are really reasonable considering the neighborhood. Service can lag a little sometimes, but the staff is so nice that it's really hard to be bothered by it. Beer selection is relatively standard, but The Blarney Stone makes up for it with knowledgeable barkeeps and a really decent selection of liquor. The noise can be a bit much sometimes, especially on game days, but during quieter times, it's difficult to find a better bar in downtown.

    thumb Dmitriy Todd
    6/16/2017
  •   If your ever in Seattle you must stop in The Blarney Stone Pub it's AWESOME friendly people nice atmosphere and the right place to be for any game. Big screen TV's all over and AWESOME FOOD it makes my mouth water just thinking of how good everything tastes 👍.

    thumb Ray Leiter
    1/11/2018
  •   Friendly staff and good food. Pet friendly.

    thumb Heather Martin
    1/08/2018
  •   Good place to grab some pints and a small bite to eat

    thumb ksoko87
    11/30/2017

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