In a continued effort to encourage discovery and exploration of new neighborhoods and businesses in Seattle, Mayor Mike McGinn announced the addition of Pioneer Square to the 2012 Only in Seattle Campaign.
Pioneer Square is where Seattle got started. The city’s founders settled in the area in 1852, and after 160 years (and one Great Seattle Fire) it’s still one of Seattle’s classic neighborhoods. In Pioneer Square you can explore Seattle’s oldest history – the Seattle Underground, the Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park – amidst some of Seattle’s liveliest bars and restaurants. Add in some of Seattle’s best architecture and quintessential businesses, and you have a neighborhood that’s still the can’t-miss heart of Seattle.
Only in Seattle Sundays returns!
After a successful inaugural launch in Fremont, Belltown will host the next Only in Seattle Sunday on Sunday, August 26 with discounts offered at neighborhood favorites, including all-day happy hour pricing at Spitfire, two-for-one bicycles rentals at Bicycle Pull Apart, and $1 house-made seasonal sangria from Black Bottle. Grab a bite to eat at the Old Spaghetti Factory with free Sicilian garlic cheese bread with the purchase of an entree, and enjoy 10% off in-stock items at Fancy, among other discounts throughout the neighborhood. Stay connected with Only in Seattle Facebook and Twitter for great giveaways leading up to the event!