Welcome to the fourth week of May, Seattle! There’s plenty to do and see, from live performances to concerts, eats, shopping, and more. Here are 10 of the best things to do in & around Seattle this week.
As the month’s name suggests, the goal is to bike around town as much as you can. The official Bike Everywhere Day is May 19th and there are going to be celebration stations scattered around the city. In the meantime, you can check out other celebrations and participate by simply riding your bike as much as you can.
This year’s Women in Beer event is going to be an interactive, multi-level tasting experience filled with food, drinks & other forward-thinking businesses that are leading the charge to accelerate diversity and equality throughout industries across the Northwest and beyond.
When: May 22nd
Where: 1415 1st Ave
The new bar and bottle shop opened in the Electric Tea Garden space and focuses on bringing small producer wines to Seattle. You can try new wines by the glass and of course the bottle. According to the spaces website, they also have a snack bar although there’s no menu currently listed.
If you like the Mariners, the team is playing both the Athletics and Pirates next week. Events like Bark at the Park and Asian American Native Hawaiian Pacific Islander Heritage Night will also be taking place at games at T-Mobile Park.
When: May 22nd-26th
Where: T Mobile Park
Not just any old park, but one of Seattle’s spectacularly scenic gardens. Our city has a ton of them scattered around the city and many happen to be free. Whether you want to go near or far we have plenty of options for you.
Lark has launched an alumni dinner series featuring past chefs creating intimate and truly unique dinners. The series leads up to and will end with the main event on December 12th, 2023. This May you can enjoy a dinner from Lauren Thompson, Chef de Cuisine Café Juanita (2004 – 2007, 2010 – 2012), and Anny Hunt (2004 – 2008).
When: May 25th
Where: 952 E Seneca St
Cost: $120 per person
Coda is a movie about the reflective period in Sakamoto’s life following his cancer diagnosis. It’s a deep dive into Sakamoto’s exploratory, hyper-perceptive relationship with sound itself.
When: May 25th-27th
Where: 1515 12th Ave
Cost: $7 – $14
Seattle farmers markets are getting back into full swing! With most open and a few others opening soon, its time to treat yourself to some local produce. We of course made a list of all the markets you can check out right now.
A 10-day celebration of beer featuring over 200 events, including tastings, pairings, and brewery tours. This year the festival has teamed up with Stoup Brewing for the official 2023 beer. Overall this year’s event has 18 sponsors featuring breweries like Georgetown Brewing Co., New Belgium Brewing, Pike Brewing, and more.
When: Until May 26th
Where: Various locations in Seattle
Seattle has a brand new donut shop that specializes in 24-hour raised brioche donuts. Doce serves up inventive flavors that will have you coming back time and time again.
Enjoy all of the things to do in Seattle, and have a great week!