We’ve officially made it to the last weekend of November, folks! Now we know the post-Thanksgiving food coma is going to be real but there’s a whole lot to check out. Here are 10 of the best things to do in Seattle this weekend.

Treat yourself to some dim sum

Looking to get out of the house and enjoy some tasty eats? Why not indulge in some delicious dim sum? It’s cozy, it’s tasty, and Seattle has plenty of amazing options to pick and choose from offering up your favorite dishes. We even made a list of the best spots for you to check out.

Where: Click above to see our picks

Check out a 100 year Thanksgiving menu

Hotel Sorrento’s Stella is throwing it back in time with a 100-year-old menu, an homage to the restaurant’s first Thanksgiving in 1921. Some of the tasty menu items that you can score at this year’s feast include dungeons crab meat en cassolettes, roast fancy turkey, pineapple glazed pork loin, pumpkin pie, and much more. Again, all unique takes on items that you’d normally see gracing a Thanksgiving table.

When: Until November 28
Where: 900 Madison Street Seattle, WA 98104
Cost: $80 Per Person, $18 Children Under 12

Sippin Santa at Navy Strength

You can expect holiday-themed drinks in perfectly kitschy cups surrounded by decor like twinkling lights, ornaments, and tinsel. It’ll feel as if you’ve stepped into a Christmas tree in the best way possible. Who knows, you might just end up with some inspo for your own holiday parties.

When: November 26th-December 31st
Where: 2505 2nd Ave Suite 102
Cost: Varies

Pick up a Christmas tree

The Christmas tree rush is officially here folks. Now that Thanksgiving has almost come and gone, Seattleites will be looking for the best places to grab a tree. From Charlie Brown trees to massive trees, these spots have you covered. Here’s where to get a Christmas tree in & around Seattle.

Where: Click above to see our picks

2021 Holly Jolly Holiday Market

If you’re looking to get out of the city a bit, a trip to Thomas Family Farm is in order. Their second annual holiday market will feature over 125 vendors, food trucks, and more. Get your holiday shopping on and have a visit with Santa on the 27th.

When: November 26th-27th
Where: 9010 Marsh Road, Snohomish, WA
Cost: Free admission

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Georgetown Trailer Park Mall Holiday Market

Check out one of Seattle’s most unique markets and shop for the perfect gift from 45 local vendors. You can find vintage, antiques as well as homemade goods and you’ll be able to hear holiday tunes from DJ Snowglobe. Of course, you can also wander the hood and see all of the other cool shops in the area afterward.

When: November 27th
Where: 5805 Airport Way S
Cost: Free Admission

Geekcraft Expo

Looking for the perfect gift for the geek in your life? Geekcraft has you covered with over 100 vendors selling perfectly nerdy gifts. Come on, this is Seattle, you have to have at least one geek in your life.

When: November 27th & 28th
Where: Magnuson Park, Hangar 30
Cost: $2

The Kinsey African American Art & History Collection

This art collection celebrates the achievements and contributions of Black Americans from 1595 to the present. You can see masterful paintings, sculptures, photographs, rare books, letters, manuscripts, and more that offer a well-rounded look at the African American experience.

When: Until November 28th
Where: 1701 Pacific Ave Tacoma, Washington
Cost: $18


Let the holiday magic begin! The Woodland Park Zoo is lighting up with an immersive, interactive, and larger-than-life light experience this holiday season. You’ll get to explore bugs, prehistoric life, jungle creatures, and a massive 200-foot long dragon. It’s well worth checking out if you want to deviate from traditional Christmas lights.

When: Until January 16th
Where: 5500 Phinney Ave N
Cost: $25.95 – $30.95

BAM Biennial 2021: Architecture & Urban Design

Explore BAM’s juried exhibition which focuses on the work of established and emerging Northwest artists, craftspeople, and designers, with an emphasis on new work. This year’s biennial focuses on specific fields and areas of studies within the realm of art, craft, and design.

When: Until April 24th
Where: 510 Bellevue Way NE Bellevue, WA
Cost: $15

Walk don’t run into your super fun weekend folks. We’ll catch you back here next week for even more fun ideas. Have a great weekend!