Seattle Travel Guide

Heading to Seattle anytime soon or thinking about booking a trip? I decided to make a blog post with a few different recommendations on fun things to do and great places to eat while in the city. I will continue to update this post as we find more amazing places!

Sweater: Madewell, also available at Nordstrom
Jacket: Abercrombie (best jacket EVER, I own two colors!)
Jeans: Madewell
Boots: Marc Fisher from Bloomingdales (similar boots also available at Nordstrom)

FOOD

If you’re looking for a breakfast place I would check out Lowell’s. The food is delicious and it’s waterfront so you’ll have a nice view while you enjoy your food. My favorite are the breakfast tacos!

We also checked out a new place to eat lunch, Pike Place Chowder. I ordered the lobster roll and a small bowl of clam chowder and they were both delicious!

One of my all time favorite things to do when I visit Seattle is eat dinner at The Crab Pot! Hands down the best experience and best seafood ever. They cook all of the seafood in a big bucket and dump it on your table to eat. Don’t worry they give you a bib, but from there it’s time to get messy with your hands. I can’t suggest this place enough!

SIGHT SEE

You must must must go to Pike Place Market when you’re in Seattle! You can buy the freshest fish at the market, seriously it’s so yummy. In the spring and summer you can buy a beautiful bouquet of flowers for under $20! I love visiting the market when I am in the city!

Every time we visit the city I love going to the Space Needle! They recently gave it a little update, which makes it even better! The viewing area is now all made of glass, giving you a full view of the city and the ocean. They also updated the rotating floor and replaced the carpet with glass so you can see everything underneath you. Kind of freaky, but also really cool to experience. It’s a little expensive, but I think this is a must do when you visit the city!

When you go to The Crab Pot for dinner, make a stop at The Seattle Great Wheel on the pier. I’ve done this at sunset and late at night, but I think sunset is the best time because you overlook the ocean and get to see the skyline of the city.

Another must see is the Gum Wall, which is located in Post Alley underneath Pike Place Market. Who doesn’t love sticking their gum to a brick wall with hundreds of strangers?

I hope you can use this guide next time you visit Seattle!

As always, don’t forget to follow along on Instagram @tallglassoffashion. We’ll see you there!

XOXO Kell


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