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  • 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 »

  • URBAN Enoteca

    URBAN Enoteca

    Deep in the industrial guts of the southern reach of Sodo, this gorgeously rehabbed warehouse is part mega-tasting room, part special-event space, with a tasty restaurant on the side. The sweet-potato doughnut with maple glaze and tart cranberry... More on URBAN Enoteca »

  • Coastal Kitchen

    Coastal Kitchen

    The good and bad news about Coastal Kitchen's brunch is that it's almost always packed. But the rumbles (scrambled eggs with an array of veggies or salmon) are generally worth the wait. Both the breakfast and dinner menus rotate through regional... More on Coastal Kitchen »

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Bars & Clubs

  • The Cuff

    The Cuff

    Many gay clubs on Capitol Hill have been infiltrated by heterosexuals in recent years, but The Cuff remains the neighborhood's biggest "bear" bar. Standout features include an S&M sex shop onsite, an enormous dancefloor, and a painting of a lion... More on The Cuff »

  • Rickshaw Restaurant & Lounge

    Rickshaw Restaurant & Lounge

    The Rickshaw serves greasy Chinese food and American fare, but nobody ever goes there to eat. The establishment is much better known for satisfying folks who've got an insatiable appetite for karaoke. It's packed with singers until closing every... More on Rickshaw Restaurant & Lounge »

  • 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

  • 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 »

  • Conor Byrne

    Conor Byrne

    Narrow bars like the Conor Byrne Pub remind me of train cars. I love walking through the door and having the entire scene stretch out before me. The elaborate bar made of dark wood, the big brick wall, the tiny little stage in the corner, the... More on Conor Byrne »

  • 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 »

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Movie Theaters

  • Cinebarre

    Cinebarre

    If fried pickles and pizza are the kind of concessions you like while taking in a flick--not to mention beer and wine, delivered right to your seat--then the age 21 and up (sorry, minors) Cinebarre is your kind of movie theater. If you're... More on Cinebarre »

  • Harvard Exit

    Harvard Exit

    Located in a sleepy, tree-shrouded corner of Capitol Hill just off Broadway, the Harvard Exit was originally built as Woman's Century Club in 1925. It was converted to an art-house cinema in 1968 and acquired by Landmark in 1979. The venue has... More on Harvard Exit »

  • SIFF Film Center

    SIFF Film Center

    Originally designed by Paul Thiry for the 1962 World's Fair, the old Alki Room became headquarters for the Seattle International Film Festival in 2011. A smartly modernist $2.8 million makeover by Owen Richards Architects and favorable city lease... More on SIFF Film Center »

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Food Trucks

  • Here and There Grill

    Here and There Grill

    Julie Malcolm opened Here & There Grill three years ago, when Seattle's food truck scene just began to roll out. Her collection of 500 cookbooks feeds ideas for her revolving menu, and she repeats most menu items every few months, bringing back... More on Here and There Grill »

  • I Love My GFF

    I Love My GFF

    Situated on the outskirts of the food truck cluster of South Lake Union, the food cart GFF resembles more of a hot dog stand than a bona fide food enterprise. But this cute cart could not be any more different than a hot dog stand. I Love My... More on I Love My GFF »

  • 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 »

  • 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 »

  • 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 »

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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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