Jazz Ally provides an intimate seating – getting you close to the performance.
The Triple Door provides a unique atmosphere where you can catch dinner, drinks, and a variety of shows.
Seattle Symphony was founded in 1903 and is one of America’s leading symphony orchestras
There is nothing better than the historic Cinerama. This cultural icon has been around since 1963. Renovated in 1999 by Paul Allen, movie-goers now enjoy state-of-the-art Christie 6P digital laser projection, Harkness Matt Plus screen, and Dolby Atmos surround sound. The lobby rotates items from Paul G. Allen’s collection, including original costumes from Star Wars, Batman, and more. Enjoy craft beer, wine, and local coffee. Oh… and don’t forget the famous chocolate popcorn!
Lola, located below hotel Antra, features the classic produce of the Pacific Northwest mingled with cooking styles of Greece. One of 10+ restaurants from Tom Douglas, a renowned Seattle chef and author. (Enjoy in-room dining during your stay at Hotel Andra!)
Assaggio’s atmosphere is full of warmth, and their menu features central and northern Italian cuisine, complemented by an award-wining wine list hand-selected by owner and chef Mauro Golmarvi.
Matt’s in the Market is a fantastic dining experience, which sources much of it’s inspiration and ingredients from Pike Place market, delivering a true Pacific Northwest cuisine.
Museum of Pop Culture is known for it’s crazy colorful building located in Seattle Center. Featuring rotating exhibits with topics from music legends to Science lfiction exhibits. Known for their sound lab – you can play as loud as you want at this hands-on exhibit.
Chihuly Garden and Glass is located at Seattle Center and features the work of Dale Chihuly. Vivid works of art are set amongst landscaping and an urban landscape, making for an interesting juxtaposition.
Olympic Sculpture Park is a great place to enjoy art, people watch, or just relax and enjoy amazing views of Elliot bay.