Downtown Is Open

Current offers from DSA members and other downtown businesses

Downtown Seattle’s business and nonprofit landscape has been significantly altered by COVID-19. While some businesses remain closed, many DSA members and other downtown businesses have now begun to reopen their doors 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 many reopenings, adjusted hours and promotional deals below.

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Arts & Culture

@tripledoor

The Triple Door

Located in downtown Seattle, across from Benaroya Hall on Union Street, The Triple Door combines world-class entertainment with a world-renowned menu inspired by local Pacific Northwest ingredients. Our Mainstage theatre features touring national acts and our MQ Stage & Lounge is one of Seattle’s best destinations for happy hour and local music.

Arts & Culture

@theultimatetailgateparty

The Ultimate Pre Game at the Perch

Tailgate at the Perch before every Seahawk’s home game! If you’re heading to the game then check out Seattle’s premier tailgate party at the Embassy Suites at the King Street Ballroom (@theultimatetailgateparty). With the best views of Lumen Field, floor-to-ceiling windows and plenty of pre-game grub, you’ll feel like you’re part of the action from the minute you arrive.

Arts & Culture

Waterfall Garden
Photo Hound

Waterfall Garden Park

In 1907, a young entrepreneur borrowed $100 from a friend and started the American Messenger Company in Seattle, Washington. Today you know that messenger service as the United Parcel Service (UPS), but a tiny waterfall park on the site of the company’s original location in Seattle remembers the shipping giant’s roots.

Arts & Culture

Welcome Back Booth
Welcome Back Booth

Welcome Back Booths

To help reconnect workers and visitors to downtown, the Downtown Seattle Association is hosting two “Welcome Back Weeks” in July and September (4-19). During the first week of each two-week period, stop by one of several tented booths across downtown. We’ll have music, giveaways, refreshments and friendly staff on hand who can answer your questions about what’s open, what’s changed and even information about commuting options.

    Arts & Culture

    WOW Gallery
    @wonderofwomen

    Wonder of Women Gallery

    Wonder of Women WOW Gallery opened just last month. Their first gallery, ‘Dear Sista, I See You’ is a healing art exhibition created for racial healing, education, and inspiration featuring artist Hiawatha D.’s Iconic Black Women and Black Love Collections.

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

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