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Tuesday, March 17, 2020

Seattle Travel Guide

Pike Place Market 


Restaurants Inside Pike Place
-Piroshky Piroshky 
-Market Grill 
-The First Starbucks
-Beecher's Handmade Cheese Cafe (try the "World's Best Mac & Cheese)

Gum Wall under Pike Place Market 
{a  S E A T T L E  must}

Starbucks Reserve 

I came here with a colleague one night for Happy Hour. Would definitely recommend ordering multiple small plates and sharing so you can taste multiple dishes. The atmosphere was fun. Coffee shop vibes with wine, live plants and chic decor. The servers were perfect, delicious food and dessert! Try this one out! 

Taking a trip up to the top of the Space Needle is iconic and touristy but I feel like you have to do it at least once! It's a little pricey but the history behind this landmark is especially cool. If you don't do it for the history lesson do it for the homemade BBQ chips and a glass of rose! The views are okay too!

I met some sweet friends inside the Space Needle one afternoon while wandering the city by myself. 
We ended up going down to Cloudburst Brewery for some beers and more exploring around the city. 
I had the Two Scoops & it was absolutely delicious! 

Seattle is a beautiful city full of recycling, edgy vibes. I would love to explore more especially during the summertime and without the chaos of a pandemic virus. Restaurants and schools were {already} closed and the tourist and local populations were almost nonexistent. Much like what has finally reached the rest of the country now. 

Restaurants I would have loved to try:

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