Seattle Travel Guide

The small family winery specializes in Rhône grapes such as Syrah and juicy Grenache.

This West Queen Anne shop is the retail storefront (and headquarters) of the sustainability-minded foodie E-tailer.

Paddle out to tiny Cutts Island, keeping an eye out for seals; later, wind down the day with a beach stroll on Kopachuk’s shore, looking for sand dollars.

Two local filmmakers started this nonprofit in 1995 to provide resources for the region’s struggling film artists.

Between April and December, beekeepers, artisans, and local organic farmers gather here to sell their wares.

This whimsical shop stocks pétanque sets and handblown sake glasses.

The Pike/Pine corridor is home to this popular café-bar-restaurant that opens early and stays up late. With timeworn wood floors and exposed brick, Oddfellows continues the vintage look with salvaged or recycled industrial-era furniture and fixtures.

The handmade custom-created vintage wedding gowns at Isadora’s, based on bias-cut designs from the 1930’s, draw brides-to-be from all over the country.

King’s Hardware, a beer bar that serves some of the best burgers in town, attracts a young, fun-loving crowd. Inside, the weathered brick and wood-paneled walls are adorned with pictures of the great outdoors, animal skins, and deer heads, and the Skee-Ball machines add further rec-room charm.

This quiet community is regarded by its residents as a small town within Seattle. Named after a species of tree common to the area, Madrona’s motto is “The Peaceable Kingdom,” in homage to its ethnically diverse makeup of Caucasian, Chinese, and African Americans.

This Salmon Bay boutique carries womenswear, jewelry, and accessories from independent designers (mostly local) and caters mostly to flirty, pixie-ish tastes. Owner Tes de Luna curates a seasonally rotating collection that exemplifies the hipster, vintage-meets-post-Millennial aesthetic.