Downtown Is Open

Welcome Back Downtown

Downtown Seattle’s business and nonprofit landscape was significantly altered by COVID-19. We’re excited to share the many DSA members and other downtown businesses that have begun to welcome back patrons for in-store shopping or dining-in, while following public health guidelines. Help support local business and downtown’s retail, restaurant and arts sectors by checking out the selection of now-open locations below!

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Arts & Culture

Frye Museum
Photo: @marlamanes on Instagram

Frye Museum

Pay a visit to Seattle’s only free art museum dedicated to exhibiting art from past to present. Check out one of their many current exhibitions, such as “Art on the Mind: Ten Years of Creative Aging,” on view through April 3.

Restaurants & Bars

Locust Cider & Brewing Co

Local chain serving hard cider, craft beer, wine in cans and a food menu that includes inventive flatbread pizzas and savory snacks. 3 locations downtown!

Restaurants & Bars

Mad Pizza

Hand-tossed slices and pies made with homemade dough and a wide range of toppings. Gluten-free and vegan options available!

Arts & Culture

Museum of Museums (MoM)

MoM is excited to welcome guests back for new experiences! Currently on display: “NO[W]HERE,” an exploration of art and technology, and “CAT TOWER!,” an exhibition showcasing a series of cat towers with a panel of feline judges.

Offers can change at the discretion of business owners. Please double-check on their website before making purchases.

There are plenty of safe and clean ways to get downtown, but if you choose to drive, consider visiting downtownseattleparking.com for the best parking rates.