Spots in Seattle

Photo by Jacinta Harshe

Seattle has been on my must-visit bucket list for as long as I can remember, and a few weeks ago I finally checked it off! Unfortunately, I only had a couple of days there, but I was still able to fit in so much and the trip was definitely worth it! So, even if you’re on a time crunch, here are three must-see places in Seattle: 

Kerry Park
Looking for the BEST photo-op location in the city? Kerry Park offers unobstructed views of the Seattle skyline, Elliott Bay and occasionally Mount Rainier, making it the perfect backdrop for all of aesthetically pleasing Instagram posts 😉

Din Tai Fung
If you’re only going to eat out once on your trip, make sure your dining experience is at Din Tai Fung. This authentic Taiwanese restaurant serves the most delicious steamed pork soup dumplings that I’ve ever had! Paired with an order of fried noodles, these dumplings will leave you begging for more.

Pike Place Market
Okay, this is probably the most touristy recommendation, but how can you visit Seattle without stopping at Pike Place Market? The market has a seemingly endless amount of eateries, so here are a few of my favorites:

Beecher’s Handmade Cheese: The BEST mac & cheese you will ever have. Trust me.

Pike Place Chowder: Classic Seattle chowder offered conveniently as a grab & go option.

Le Panier: Authentic French pastries to die for 😉

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