Downtown Is Open
Welcome Back Downtown
Downtown Seattle’s business and nonprofit landscape was significantly altered by COVID-19. Today, more workers and visitors are returning to the center city, helping put downtown on a steady path to recovery. Help support downtown arts and cultural venues, retailers, restaurants and other businesses by using our directory below. Updated regularly, it features over 500 listings, including hours of operation and neighborhood. See you downtown!
Salish Sea Tours
Salt & Straw
This west coast ice cream chain makes its home in Capitol Hill, inspired by the neighborhood’s high-design happenings.
Casual Italian located on Seattle’s historic Pier 55. Whether you’re in the mood for a quick bite, a refreshing aperitivo or a date night, you can get it all at Salt District!
Samurai Noodle is the ﬁrst restaurant in Seattle to specialize in authentic Japanese ramen. The ID store is the flagship location!
A neighborhood rock n’ roll basement bar in Seattle’s Belltown neighborhood serving beer and cocktails.
Seatown Market & Fishfry
Located on the north end of Pike Place Market, Seatown offers a delicious menu of burgers, fish fry, cocktails and more.
Seattle Antiques Market
At Seattle Antiques Market, get lost in a treasure-trove of fun collectibles, vintage fashions and unique antique furniture. Plus, they’re dog-friendly!
Come see the Puget Sound’s watery wonders at the Seattle Aquarium. Chat with ocean experts, wave to scuba divers, and get to know the amazing animals on your next trip downtown.
Seattle Art Museum
SAM is back features rotating and permanent exhibits to delight visitors. With a variety of styles, mediums and backgrounds, there’s something for everyone to love.
The first of its kind in the PNW! Seattle Barkery features everything a dog could want, from fresh baked treats to toys and more.
Seattle Best Tea
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.