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Best things to do in SoDo, Seattle

Discover the city through the eyes of locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Stadium
“Root for the Seattle Seahawks and Sounders FC at neighboring CenturyLink Field, known for its boisterous atmosphere. Both stadiums offer behind-the-scenes tours during the offseason and when the teams are away.”
188 locals recommend
Baseball Stadium
“Cheer on the Seattle Mariners at Safeco Field, one of baseball’s prettiest ballparks (with gourmet food, to boot!), or root for the Seattle Seahawks and Sounders FC at neighboring CenturyLink Field, known for its boisterous atmosphere. Both stadiums offer behind-the-scenes tours during the offseason and when the teams are away.”
130 locals recommend
Cafe
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“Great place to get local produce pastries and a nice coffee or hot chocolate. They also offer sandwiches if you need to have a quick lunch.”
17 locals recommend
Restaurant
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“Butcher shop, they also make great sandwiches. My favorite is the porchetta”
14 locals recommend
Nightclub
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“"This 1920s-themed nightclub features DJs spinning dance music & top 40 tunes on the weekends."”
11 locals recommend
Seafood Restaurant
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“Get their happy hour oysters! It's right by the stadiums in Pioneer Square!”
13 locals recommend
Other Nightlife
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“One of Seattle's largest and best night clubs. Roof deck. Live acts and Djs”
11 locals recommend
Clothing Store
“The home of the Seattle Mariners. While the team may not be very good, the stadium is considered one of the best in the league with great food, and there isn't a bad seat in the house. ”
10 locals recommend
Bakery
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“Delicious spot for grabbing breakfast or some Seattle's best baked goods. Top chefs in the area brag about having Macrina bread or baked goods on their menu.”
10 locals recommend
Baseball Stadium
“Glimpse future major league baseball hall-of-famer Ichiro Suzuki taking a flying leap to rob the visiting team of a homerun at Safeco Field.”
4 locals recommend
Museum
“Paul Allen’s collection of vintage computer materials. You can play Oregon Trail on an old school Mac!”
10 locals recommend
Restaurant
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“Located in the international district, try some authentic Chinese Dumplings. ”
7 locals recommend
Hotpot Restaurant
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“Special Taiwanese personal hot pot. They also had bubble milk teas, which were surprisingly delicious. ”
6 locals recommend
Italian Restaurant
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“This is a fave of mine in the area. The food is amazing and the signature cocktails have a Seattle spin on each that makes for memorable moments. It's very nicely decorated and still a hidden gem -- you'll enjoy some peace and quiet as a bonus!”
12 locals recommend
Bus Stop
“If you are planning to go to Portland OR or Vancouver BC, this is the place you will go! Further questions, let me know.I have been to both cities by bus many times.It's convenient!”
7 locals recommend
Bar
“**For those with dietary restrictions or preferences, who miss beer! ** South of Downtown, not far from the stadiums, there is a dedicated Gluten-free brewery with quite a varied selection of locally brewed GF beer on tap, which also serves gluten-free food. Family friendly taproom. You can bring a growler from the Steelaway, if you want to bring any back here. Keep an eye out for their cans of beer in stores around town, too. ”
7 locals recommend