How’s April treating you so far, Seattle? The month is almost over and 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.

$10 Pizza Mondays

Mondays don’t have to be so bad. Every Monday you can score $10 pizzas from 5 PM-9 PM. Reservations are encouraged, dine-in only, 90-minute limit on tables, it gets busy!

When: Mondays
Where: 2305 24th Ave E
Cost: $10+

Tour Seattle’s most “Instagrammable” chocolate shop


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Theo’s Chocolate just ranked the second most Instagrammable chocolate shop in the nation. You can actually tour the factory and on your tour, you’ll discover the origins of cacao, see how they craft their chocolate from scratch in, and learn about their close partnerships with their farmers.

When: Tours daily
Where: 3400 Phinney Ave N
Cost: $14

Head to a local nursery and get your spring garden started

Chances are after the long winter, your garden is patiently waiting for a little TLC. The time is now to get out there and start getting your seeds and starts organizing for a great season of gardening. To make things even better, Seattle and the surrounding area have tons of great gardening stores and we’ve listed them out for you.

Kiki’s Delivery Service

Kiki’s Delivery Service is a beloved animated film by Studio Ghibli that follows the coming-of-age journey of a young witch named Kiki. You have the chance to see it on the big screen at Central Cinema this week.

When: Until April 26th
Where: 1411 21st Ave
Cost: $12

Go for a walk in the 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.

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Check out the cherry blossoms


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The cherry blossoms only bloom once a year! Don’t take them for granted and treat yourself to a little post-work walk among the beautiful blooms. There are trees all across the city and we went ahead and made a list of all the spots worth visiting.

Okay Kaya

Okay Kaya is another great concert option if you’re looking for something chill and relaxed. Her vocals and soft R&B-inspired tunes are sure to have you swaying in the venue.

When: April 25th
Where: 2505 1st Ave
Cost: $20

Washington State Apple Blossom Festival

The Washington State Apple Blossom Festival runs from April 27th to May 7th and historically has celebrated Wenatchee’s legacy as one of the nation’s premier apple-growing regions. One of the main draws about the festival is the fact that it actually has the seventh largest carnival in the nation.

When: April 27th-May 7th
Where: Wenatchee
Cost: Varies

Seattle Black Film Festival

The festival runs from April 22nd to 30th and has a diverse lineup of over 50 films. There will be West Coast premieres, an all-ages selection for families, an LGBTQ block, and talkbacks with visiting filmmakers.

When: Until April 30th
Where: 104 17th Ave S & at home
Cost: $15+

Marsden Hartley: An American Nature

One of Seattle’s best museums just so happens to be free! Head to the Frye to see works from American modernist artist Marsden Hartley. His works responded to the “Depression-era cultural and commercial desire for all things homegrown”

When: Until May 21
Where: 704 Terry Ave
Cost: Free

Enjoy all of the things to do in Seattle, and have a great week!