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  • Eastlake Bar and Grill

    Eastlake Bar and Grill

    Wednesday is $5 steak-and-fries night, and Sundays and Mondays are $15 three-course dinner nights. Eastlake Bar and Grill has nice surroundings, Lake Union views, upstairs and downstairs bars, sports on TV, and one of the best bartenders, Brucie... More on Eastlake Bar and Grill »

  • Wayward Vegan Cafe

    Wayward Vegan Cafe

    Wayward, which serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner, isn't just a vegan cafe, it's one of Seattle's only collectively run restaurants. Your cook may have a pierced septum, and your waitress may be heavily tattooed, but the food they prepare and... More on Wayward Vegan Cafe »

  • Firehouse Coffee

    Firehouse Coffee

    There's a kids' play gym next door (Gymboree) which can be handy or noisy, depending on your need or mood. But it's a cozy coffeehouse atmosphere, with reliable sandwiches and tasty pastries. More on Firehouse Coffee »

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Bars & Clubs

  • Volume

    Volume

    Located in Pioneer Square, this club has a vibe similar to that of its neighbors Trinity and Aura. Low, white leather couches on raised platforms are reserved for VIPs, and the DJ's play mixes of Top 40 hits. A request on Volume's Facebook page... More on Volume »

  • Dante's

    Dante's

    Those people who claim the University of Washington lacks a consistently great bar within walking distance of campus-and there are many-have never been to Dante's. A self-proclaimed "U-District Tradition since 1966," the bar's air hockey, pinball... More on Dante's »

  • Tula's

    Tula's

    A break from the rowdy Belltown crowd, Tula's is in a pocket of Second Avenue that's a little older and quieter than the slew of neighboring clubs. Live, local and national jazz acts are featured seven nights a week on a large, low stage that... More on Tula's »

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Music Venues

  • Kells Irish Restaurant & Pub

    Kells Irish Restaurant & Pub

    Ireland meets the Pacific Northwest in this Pike Place Market back-alley pub, whose dim wooden rooms seem like they should smell like peat smoke and potato farmers (but don't) and where even craft-beer snobs will be tempted away from their brew... More on Kells Irish Restaurant & Pub »

  • The Pink Door

    The Pink Door

    With its perch above Pike Place Market and a menu studded with salads and risottos, the 30-year old Pink Door has all the trappings of a destination for ladies who lunch. It's pretty tough to beat the outdoor seating at the Pink Door, one of the... More on The Pink Door »

  • Last Supper Club

    Last Supper Club

    Boom Jinx, Armin van Burren, Lady GaGa - it's evident by the names that have graced the Last Supper Club (124 S. Washington St.) with live performances that the venue is a level above others in the city's limited club scene. Pioneer Square's... More on Last Supper Club »

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Movie Theaters

  • Pacific Place

    Pacific Place

    The multiplex is located at the fourth level of downtown's Pacific Place mall, famed for its cheap, ample parking in the garage below. Beer and wine are available in the lobby. Most titles are projected in digital, and the number of trailers... More on Pacific Place »

  • Lincoln Square

    Lincoln Square

    With stadium seating and a skybridge over to Bellevue Square (i.e., free parking), Bellevue’s cushy Lincoln Square boasts 15 screens and one big IMAX theater. It's the biggest multiplex on the Eastside, and there are plenty of places nearby to... More on Lincoln Square »

  • Northwest Film Forum

    Northwest Film Forum

    This Capitol Hill two-plex imports just about every art-house title direct from Manhattan, and along with concessions serves beer and wine. It also hosts mini-fests ranging from children's movies to New Croatian Cinema, as well as the annual... More on Northwest Film Forum »

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Food Trucks

  • Tony's Market

    Tony's Market

    With the rise of neighborhood farmers markets and the increased savvy of grocery-store produce departments, the fruit stand is a disappearing relic. But despite its dinosaur status business is booming at Tony's market. The staff behind the... More on Tony's Market »

  • Dog in the Park

    Dog in the Park

    This Westlake hot dog stand customizes its dogs and sausages with condiments like cream cheese, cabbage, and onions. More on Dog in the Park »

  • Crisp Creperie

    Crisp Creperie

    The gourmet food truck offering rotating crepe options based on the season. Which means you have to wait until summer to delve into the delectable turkey avocado with onion marmalade crepe, but it's well worth the wait. The unusual crepe... More on Crisp Creperie »

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Coffee Shops

  • Fuel Coffee

    Fuel Coffee

    This scrappy little Capitol Hill coffee shop's patrons are as loyal as the atmosphere is laid-back. Fuel represents the middle ground in Seattle coffee culture: It's a place for folks who are neither Stumptown nor Starbucks, aficionado or layman.... More on Fuel Coffee »

  • Bauhaus Books & Coffee

    Bauhaus Books & Coffee

    This place is just like your favorite pair of jeans. You might be tempted to try on a new pair -- or a new barista -- but you'll always slip back to your old friends because it's all about comfort. Bauhaus is the quintessential coffee spot,... More on Bauhaus Books & Coffee »

  • Cherry Street Coffee House

    Cherry Street Coffee House

    Unlike the coffee shops whose food options amount to nothing more than a pile of stale, unappetizing pastries, Cherry Street Coffee is one of the rare joints where you can get a decent cup of coffee AND a decent snack to go. The bagels and... More on Cherry Street Coffee House »

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    • Stalked by a shape-shifting, DNA-infiltrating alien on their Antarctic base, Kurt Russell and company dissolve into mutual suspicion and distrust. The beast could be inside any of them, so you have to shoot your pal—or incinerate him with a flamethrower—without hesitation to save your own skin. John Carpenter’s 1982 The Thing is a reverse guys-on-a-mission flick, where unit cohesion falters and leader turns against crew. It’s morning in America, and utter darkness at the South Pole. The 1951 original came during the Cold War, when sci-fi... More on Egyptian »

    • Mel Brooks' inspired 1974 spoof is probably his best movie, affectionately rooted in the James Whale originals (particularly Bride of Frankenstein) yet knowingly updated with innuendo and vaudeville. Gene Wilder stars as the reluctant mad scientist who's determined not to follow in his grandfather's footsteps. The great Madeline Kahn plays his fiancée, destined to end up with quite another man (er, monster, played by Peter Boyle). Marty Feldman is the goggle-eyed hunchback. Wilder and Brooks are both credited with the script, which includes... More on Egyptian »

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