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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Retail

Downtown Spirits
@downtownspirits

Downtown Spirits

Family-owned shop offering basic and unique liquors along with wine, beer, tastings and growlers to go. Plus: they deliver!

Retail

Drygoods Design

Vibrant shop for a variety of fabrics for home apparel, decor and other crafting. Also offering sewing, knitting and craft classes.

Retail

Photo: Pike Place Market

Eighth Generation

Eighth Generation art and lifestyle brand owned by the Snoqualmie Tribe. The team partners with community-based Native artists around the country to design, manufacture and market beautiful wool blankets and gifts, aiming to reclaim Native art and stories.

Retail

Photo: EILEEN FISHER

Eileen Fisher

EILEEN FISHER offers women’s clothing that embraces simplicity, sustainability and timeless design. With a focus on natural materials, the brand has committed to responsible business practices for more than 30 years, seeking to support women and girls around the world.

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.