Looking for things to do in Seattle this weekend? Well, we’re back as always with a whole host of ideas for you. Want to see music? Go on a date? Eat something new? There are all of those options and more. Here are 10 of the best things to do in & around Seattle this weekend.
The Icelandic post-rock band is gracing Seattle with their presence this May. Due to their popularity most available tickets are resale so expect to pay a little extra if you’re planning on going.
When: May 13th & 14th
Where: 911 Pine St
Now that warmer weather is on the way you might be trying to figure out how to plan the perfect outdoor or summer date. While it’s fun to go big, sometimes we all don’t want to break that bank. So we’ve created a list of ideas for free and cheap dates that you can have in Seattle.
Upper Left will feature both Pacific Northwest comedy favorites and nationally known acts. Some of those acts include comedians like Ron Lynch, Jackie Kashian, Derek Sheen, David Gborie, Emmett Montgomery, Monica Nevi, Birungi Birungi, and Andy Iwancio. It’s a chance for you to see some of your favorite comedians as well as experience new acts.
When: Until May 14th
Where: Northwest Film Forum & Club Comedy
As part of their AANHPI celebrations, Lucky Envelope is releasing a tasty new brew. On Saturday you’ll be able to try out the new Ube Coconut Cream Stout. It’s only available for a limited time so be sure to try it out while you can!
When: May 14th
Where: 907 NW 50th Street
If you want to try some new eats this weekend we have good news, you don’t have to break the bank! We created a list of some of our favorite cheap eats in Seattle and were sure you’ll find at least one new spot to try out on there.
Snapshot Brewing offers an all-day happy hour for casual tabletop gamers! You can either borrow theirs or bring your own; fill up our punch card and win cool stuff. And get sweet deals like $9 house growler fills every Sunday.
When: Every Sunday
Where: 8005 Greenwood Ave N
Down The Rabbit Hole is centered around the themes of Lewis Carroll’s Alice In Wonderland. You’ll get to watch as your favorite tales like “The Walrus and the Carpenter” and “The Stolen Tart” are set to original music and performed by a local cast. It’s an experience designed to cater to all the senses.
When: Until May 28th
Where: 103 South Main Street
Cost: $95-$105 per person
Seattle’s plant-based food scene is always growing. Whether you’re plant-based or an omnivore, it’s always worth trying something new. We went ahead and made a list of some of the city’s best vegan restaurants so you don’t have to do the hard work of looking.
Throughout spring, the Rhododendron Species Botanical Garden will host featured vendor weekends in partnership with local nurseries. In April you’ll be able to shop from Courting Frogs on May 14th & 15th, and Botanica on May 28th & 29th.
When: Until May 29th
Where: 2525 S 336th St. Federal Way, WA
Washington’s Moran State Park surprisingly has a replica of a 12th-century watchtower. From the top of the tower, visitors can see a 360-degree view of the Puget Sound, Mount Baker, the North Cascades, and the other islands of the San Juan Archipelago. It’s definitely worth the trip!
Where: Moran State Park
Have a great weekend Seattle!