Event Rental Services in Pioneer Square


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  • Tat's Delicatessen
    Tat's Delicatessen: A User’s Guide East Coast Sandwiches | Meats Smoked and Cured In-House | Daily-Changing Soups | Tastycakes | Seahawks Games Sample Menu Sandwich: philly cheesesteak with a choice of cheese Side: cup of the day’s soup—maybe jambalaya Drink: fresh-squeezed lemonade Dessert: Tastycakes While You’re Waiting: If things time out right, watch a Seahawks game on TV. Meet the Owners: Brian Tatman and Jason Simodejka both grew up on the East Coast before moving to Seattle in 1996. When they arrived in the city, they noticed a great selection of local food vendors, yet a lack of East Coast–style delis. So they opened their own. Inside Tip: Check if there’s a wait: an online webcam lets customers see the current line, which is especially helpful during busy lunch hours. While You’re in the Neighborhood Before: Step into the historic jail cell at the Seattle Metropolitan Police Museum (317 3rd Avenue South). After: Strap on some climbing shoes and scale a faux rockface at the Seattle Bouldering Project (900 Poplar Place South). If You Can’t Make It, Try This: Get your fix of traditional philly cheesesteaks at Calozzi’s (1306 4th Avenue).
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    159 Yesler Way
    Seattle, WA US
  • Shotgun Ceremonies
    Shotgun Ceremonies is the only "Vegas" style or quickie wedding chapel in Seattle! We offer legal weddings, vow renewals, pet weddings, private lap dance classes and more! Look for our bubble-blowing sandwich board sign on 1st Avenue in Pioneer Square!
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    206 1st Ave S
    Seattle, WA US
  • Polar Bar
    Polar Bar fits right in on the second floor of the Arctic Club, with it’s frosted glass bar and luxurious leather seats. The historic building was completed in 1917 and catered to those who struck it rich in the Yukon Gold Rush. Today, couples can share a cocktail—or the specialty absinthe service—in a love seat and warm themselves next to the fire.
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    700 3rd Avenue
    Seattle, WA US
  • Main Street Gyros
    Four Things to Know About Main St. Gyros Main St. Gyros’ bold Mediterranean-style building belies its simple interior: a counter where diners order, another counter where they eat, and a smattering of decorative olive-oil bottles. The pared-down decor makes sense for a restaurant serving up unfussy Mediterranean diner food. Read on for more about this Pioneer Square staple. Owner Hamza is back in business. After an unfortunate fire shut the restaurant down in 2013, Main St. Gyros is back serving up gyro platters, falafel, salads, chicken shawarma, lamb kebabs, and other Mediterranean-style staples. Dine-in customers receive free lentil soup. And it’s no afterthought freebie—one Yelp reviewer event commented that it tastes just “like grandma made it.” It’s just up the street from CenturyLink field. Fuel up with a gyro and fries before a Seahawks or Sounders game. Your whole office can enjoy the grub. Catering services deliver bowls of hummus; trays of meats, falafel balls, and rice; and napkins made out of pita bread.
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    301 2nd Avenue Ext S
    Seattle, WA US
  • Zeitgeist
    Zeitgeist Cafe is a sort of collaborative effort: the café provides the coffee, local artists provide the atmosphere, and customers provide the ideas. Founded in 1997 as an antidote to corporate cookie-cutter coffee shops, Zeitgeist sets itself apart by featuring cutting-edge art, and offering a space where the community can gather to draw inspiration and engage in creative conversation. The café features work from emerging and established artists, and calls for independent filmmakers to submit their super-8 or digital films to be broadcast on the shop's enormous motorized screen. The café's simple aesthetic doesn’t steal focus away from the artwork—art-deco metalwork sets off the coffee bar, and brick walls and the ceiling's exposed pipes lend an industrial vibe. Of course, customers also come for the coffee. Zeitgeist draws cups of rich, pungent brews to help fuel its clientele in their creative endeavors, be they writing a novel, dreaming up a new sculpture, or figuring out how to mount a frame around an interpretive dancer.
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    171 S Jackson St
    Seattle, WA US
  • Court in the Square
    In Focus: Court in the Square What it is: an event venue The location: a glass atrium built between two brick buildings Distinguishing characteristics: high ceilings, an infinity pool, and a bar Why you’re here: to attend a friend’s wedding Why you’re really here: to make a last-minute plea to be the flower girl The local legend: A ghost named Bob haunts the area at night, occasionally banging on the pipes and breathing down employees’ necks.
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    401 2nd Ave S
    Seattle, WA US