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This Egyptian themed theater is larger in size, but is often packed. Sitting in a building that was formerly home to Seattle's Masonic Temple, the SIFF Cinema Egyptian has a historical character about itself. The Masons are gone, and in their place is a theater that shows box office hits and foreign films. It is also a major player in the annual Seattle International Film Festival.
Just look for the crocodile skin-patterned sign in the window and you'll have found this popular hangout. Part eclectic diner, part rock club, it draws people from all over to its location in chic Belltown. Famous rock stars that have Seattle roots have been known to play inexpensive, unannounced shows at this location. There is a full bar and a full menu of burgers like the Cajun Burger is especially popular.
With the beautiful new baseball and football stadiums in place, this pub thrives in its sports-oriented neighborhood. Big and industrial with high ceilings, brick walls and concrete floors, the pub is still comfortable with huge wooden bars and tables, modern lighting and art. This pub/brewery lends itself to lively conversation and fun. Four enormous televisions light the place up. Quality pub grub fills the menu. Numerous seasonal beers complement classic Pyramid favorites. The brewery tours run daily.
Located just south of Pioneer Square, this state-of-the-art sports facility is home to the Seattle Mariners Baseball Club. Costing a fortune to build, T-Mobile Park is designed to resemble the ballparks of yesteryear. It has brick facades and real grass, but is also equipped with modern amenities, including luxury suites, restaurants, bars, and a retractable roof for rainy days. The stadium seats over 46,000 fans. Public and private tours are also available.