Tickets & Events in Central Seattle, Seattle


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  • Ocheami African Dance Company
    Look at art from a new point of view and draw inspiration from showcased pieces at Ocheami African Dance Company in Seattle. Parking is plentiful, so guests can feel free to bring their vehicles.
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    127 22nd Ave
    Seattle, WA US
  • Cappy's Boxing Gym
    What makes it great: boxing-fitness and sparring-skills classes for fighters and non-fighters of all skill levels; classes that incorporate everything from jumping rope and punching speed bags to learning correct posture; youth boxing classes for ages 8-17
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    1408 22nd Ave
    Seattle, WA US
  • Central Cinema
    Glance at the upcoming features list at Central Cinema and you'll find a refreshing lineup of old favorites, cult classics, foreign films, and new indie features that Seattle moviegoers might not track down anywhere else. Who knows, you may even spot a live performer, who blends music and other art with projections onto the movie screen. But that's not the only thing that's different about the theater. Each show only takes place after Central Cinema's signature dine-in service, which elevates the traditional concession stand to the level of a sit-down restaurant. During the pre-show feature (typically a short film or cartoon), servers make their way through the theater, where tables and menus sit in front of each audience member. After taking orders, they head to the kitchen just like Tom Hanks in Efficient Service, and then chefs cook everything from naan to braised short ribs to creme brulee. Of course, Central Cinema still serves up movie favorites like popcorn—made organic with real butter—and entire plates filled with assorted candy, all of which they make in house. The homemade ethos also extends to drinks: bartenders mix up craft cocktails between pours of wine and beer.
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    1411 21st Ave
    Seattle, WA US
  • Langston Hughes African American Film Festival
    In 2004, the Langston Hughes African American Film festival began as a simple weekend series. Nearly a decade later, the festival has expanded to feature more than 40 films over the course of nine days. When guests aren’t viewing feature-length movies or documentary shorts, they can attend workshops and interactive events, all focused on celebrating black filmmakers both up-and-coming and established.
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    104 17th Ave. S
    Seattle, WA US
  • C2M2 Music
    Spend time in Seattle with the beautiful pieces of art and culture at C2M2 Music's museum. Be sure to visit the restaurant at this museum for a delicious meal. Eat outdoors C2M2 Music (weather permitting) with their beautiful patio seating. Weekends are busy at the museum, so be prepared for longer wait times. Parking is plentiful, so visitors can feel free to bring their vehicles.
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    4916 Rainier Ave S
    Seattle, WA US
  • Polish Home
    Five Things to Know About PB Kitchen at Polish Home Association Within the walls of Polish Home Association, a private club for Polish immigrants and Polish-Americans, hides PB Kitchen. There, using recipes directly from the motherland, chefs serve traditional Polish fare, which is available to the public select on days and times. Here are a few important points to keep in mind when you visit: It’s cash only. Pierogi are the specialty. The steamy little dumplings filled with meat, sauerkraut and mushrooms, or blueberries are what keep people coming back for more. Lindy West of The Stranger highly recommends the all-you-can-eat-pierogi days, “If you've never been” she says, “you should stop eating right now.” Come as a crowd. Round up the family or gather some friends, there’s plenty of space and the hearty portions make for ideal communal-eating opportunities. If your group is 10 or more, make a reservation. They have very specific hours. Throughout the year PB Kitchen is open to the public on Friday nights. Between October and May, Sunday lunch hours are added. You need a membership to get in. If you’re not already a part of the Polish Home Association, you can get a temporary membership for just $1 in order to dine at PB Kitchen.
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    1714 18th Ave
    Seattle, WA US

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