Our Favorite Places in Pioneer Square

Posted on February 26, 2016 by Emma Mercury | 1 Comment

We are an online store, but we have a location in downtown Pioneer square, Seattle you can actually come visit us at! Our studio is half showroom and half where we actually make the jewelry, so you can see our whole process from start to finish. Every single piece is made in studio, making us a true handmade Seattle brand! 

We know you want to visit us, but we put together a little map of our favorite places around us you should also check out while you are down here. 

Our Studio! // Located on the second floor of a building with huge windows down on Yesler way. Dial in *09 and we will buzz you right up to join us!

 

Restaurants //

Julie's Garden- This amazing Pho spot is just ten steps away from our studio, and our go-to for lunch. Veggie Pho with Veggie broth please!

Casco Antiguo- A hidden treasure of delicious margaritas & good guacamole. It is tucked into an alleyway on the bar side. 

Damn the Weather- A bar just one block away from our studio, classy cocktails and cool atmosphere. 

London Plane- Part flower shop part perfect brunch spot. Recommend: avocado toast, mezze of hummus, and any of their seasonal salads.

 

Coffee Spots //

Elm- White marble and donuts under glass domes and minimal design. Everyone inside is cracking away at their laptops. I recommend a latte with their homemade hazlenut milk and a slice of cardamon cake. 

Zeitgeist- This coffee shop is on the corner by the train station and almost takes you back to another realm while you clutch your cup of coffee and stare out the huge windows. 

 

Shopping //

Bon Voyage- This vintage place holds many treasures like cadillac red purses, holed concert shirts, and kooky hats. A diamond in the rough, and you will always find a piece that raises some eyebrows or makes a statement. 

E. Smith Mercantile- This shop values quality, handmade goods and spends a lot of time getting the details just right. Whether it is soaked sandalwood that makes the room smell like vanilla when ignited, different salt flavors, bartending kits, or organic cosmetics, this is the spot to go to find somebody a high quality gift with a story behind it. And while you are shopping you can stop by their in store bar and have a Peg Leg Annie cocktail and a cheese board. 

The Belfry- An oddities shop that feels like a museum. Spend some down time after lunch exploring the taxidermy, odd carnivorous plants, and flipping through their books. 


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Gwendolyn
Gwendolyn

February 26, 2016

Love this guide! I always get myself in trouble at Velouria too, all the cutest womenswear ; )

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