When in Seattle, you always feel like a local. Geographically located on a series of hills near the shore between the Olympic and Cascade Mountains, Seattle is surrounded by natural beauty. The city itself is culturally diverse, the people are welcoming, the streets are extremely clean, and the food is almost always locally produced and organic.


– Beecher’s Handmade Cheese: Located across the iconic Pike’s Place Market, Beecher’s is like the Willy Wonka factory of cheese. World-famous mac & cheese, cheese soup, and delicious grilled cheese sandwiches will definitely have you coming back for more. Great for a chilly day.

– The Walrus and the Carpenter: Seattle is a coastal city, so it’s obvious that seafood is big here. The Walrus and the Carpenter is a cozy seafood restaurant, with a special track-record of oysters direct from the sea to your plate.

– Un Bien: Carribean food in the rainy city? Sign us up. Un Bien is a hole-in-the-wall Carribean sandwich shop that uses century-old family recipes to put together some of the best sandwiches in the world.

– Salumi: Owned by the founder of Eataly, Salumi is a lunch-only Italian deli that cures its own meats and hand-makes their own mozzarella to put together delicious deli sandwiches that are guaranteed to leave you wanting more.

– Market Grill: Located inside the Pike’s Place Market, Market Grill is a Seattle-staple that grills the freshest seafood. Market Grill may very well have the freshest grilled seafood in Seattle, so make sure to stop by.




























– Get lost inside Pike’s Place Market

– Take a walk and visit shops in Capitol Hill

– Witness intricate art at the Chihuly Garden and Glass

– Take a Day Trip on a Ferry

– Get a coffee at the Starbucks Reserve Roastery

– Ride the iconic Great Wheel

– Visit a Sound Garden

Places to Stay

Pearl District

Goose Hollow

Northwest District