Beautiful historic buildings, interesting retailers & eateries and some of the best galleries in town make this neighborhood (that has been in transition since literally the pioneer days) a great destination.
Tiny but mighty Pioneer Square alterations shop with courteous service, good prices and great quality work.
Exposed brick, honey colored paneling,soaring ceilings and windows and free wifi make this Pioneer Square coffee shop a fine stop during the monthly art walk or before a game at Qwest Field.
Don’t miss their monthly art shows including one dedicated to all things shrink dink.
Theatre your thing? Then don't miss a visit to this shop!
Looking to replace a Fiestaware plate or a Russell Wright bowl? This is the shop for you. This long time Pioneer Square gem is filled with primarily 20th century dinnerware and pottery in mint condition. They also sell beautiful 21st century pieces from Heath.
Visit this Pioneer Square shop for the widest selection of mystery books in the city.
Founded by a group of Midwestern transplants there is always interesting contemporary work showing at Soil. Don't miss the micro gallery in the back.
Once the tallest building west of the Mississippi this looker still provides sweeping views of Elliott Bay from 35 stories.
Good prices and great comics come together in this subterranean house of comedy. Headliners and regional talent perform to a fairly tame crowd in a comfortable but casual house. Don't miss Hari Kondabolu and W Kamau Bell when they come through town as they frequently do.
Nice collection of SPD artifacts dating from1880. And if you wanted to be a policeman as a kid they've got gear you can dress up in and play the part.
Friendly barkeeps keep this lively billiards joint jumping. And if you have ADD no worries you can also watch the game while you play a game.
Artist ran gallery that represents local and emerging contemporary artists across mediums. Keep an eye out for Patti Loper, Jaq Chatier, Jesse Burke and Matt Sellars.
Get here now. Armando Batali (father of Mario) offers up quality charcuterie and sandwiches to eat in or takeaway. Ask about their private luncheons.
This space is always worth a look. Expect the unexpected from emerging artists across mediums.
Sometimes if you want something you have to make it yourself. And that is just what the founder did when she was looking for a non-alcoholic beverage to replace cocktails for pregnant women. The blood orange and cucumber are divine.
This stellar sandwich shop has a great selection, good prices and generous portions. Keep your eyes peeled for their special wine dinners which feature somewhat under the radar wineries and fancier fare.
Most folks come for the fresh pasta (as they should ) but don't make the mistake of skipping the antipasto of the day--the charcuterie and other items are always a very pleasing way to start the meal.
This long-time Pioneer Square gallery presents interesting contemporary art from emerging and established artists.
So I've never needed an architect but I do frequent this address for tremendous pop ups like a fungi dinner (made by Mike Easton), a book exchange and hands on art activities.
This two story coffee outpost situated in the TK Building buzzes with art school vibe since it plays hosts to monthly art exhibits, staff of the many art galleries in the building and residents of the artist housing that it’s tucked below.
A fine den of rare books including topics ranging from art to literature.
Who doesn't want a beautifully tailored and durable garment or bag? Since I'm hearing silence all I can say is get to Tarboo for shirts, caps and packs stat!