All locations with Gluten-Free Friendly & In-Person Visits near Seattle

Vito's Restaurant & Lounge

After a sad absent spell, Vito’s reopened in the fall of 2010, returned to its old-school Italiano-style glory by Hideout/Vital 5 maestro Greg Lundgren, with d…
927 Ninth Ave
First Hill
206-397-4053

Tulio Ristorante

Restaurant details: “Is take-out your new normal? We're offering 20% off all take out orders. Or want to stock up for future dining? Purchase a gift card and r…
1100 Fifth Ave
Downtown Seattle
206-624-5500

RylieCakes

After searching far and wide for something to sate her sweet tooth for five years after going gluten-free and finding nothing that fit the bill, celiac baker R…

Downtown Seattle
206-380-3414
600 Pine St
Downtown Seattle
206-652-2404

Butter Home

Funky boutique specializing in gifts and various cute sundries.
1531 Melrose Ave
Capitol Hill
206-623-2626

Frye Art Museum

For decades, the Frye, founded in the early 20th century by a Seattle meat-packing family, was a sleepy place full of gilt frames and orthopedic shoes. In rece…
704 Terry Ave
First Hill
206-622-9250
315 E Pine St
Capitol Hill
206-441-9880

Patricia Rovzar Gallery

The Patricia Rovzar Gallery aids collectors and art lovers by representing artists with diverse experience levels and backgrounds. Since its 1992 establishment…
1111 First Ave
Pike Pine Retail Core
206-223-0273
411 E Pine St
Capitol Hill
206-466-4961

Andaluca

Andaluca's decor is generic-upscale-intimate (dark wood, low ceiling, not-too-heated flamenco music, and so forth), but fine Spanish-influenced food and remark…
407 Olive Way
Pike Pine Retail Core
206-382-6999

Seattle Art Museum

Seattle's largest art museum was founded in the 1930s by a collector of Asian art. Today most of the Asian collection is housed at the Asian Art Museum in Volu…
1300 First Ave
Pike Pine Retail Core
206-625-8900

The Raygun Lounge

Brought to you by Gamma Ray Games, the Raygun Lounge provides a space to geek out and drink beer with fellow geeks, whether your vice is DnD, Magic, “gayming,”…
501 E Pine St
Capitol Hill

Museum of Museums

A museum opening in 2020 and focusing on local contemporary art.
900 Boylston Ave
First Hill

Roq La Rue

Founded in 1998 as a pop surrealism gallery, Roq La Rue now serves as a general contemporary art showcase space.
705 E Pike St
Capitol Hill

Babeland

If you like free bubbly and chances to win sex toys, this sex toy shop's classes are a decidedly fun and flirty option. See future dates and sign up here.
707 E Pike St
Capitol Hill
206-328-2914

Neko Cafe

At this cat cafe, visitors can hang out in a room full of kitties for $10 an hour while sipping libations and snacking on Japanese-inspired treats. It's a good…
519 E Pine St
Capitol Hill

Stitches

This cozy Capitol Hill fabric store also offers crafty classes, from knitting a basic dishcloth to sewing a pair of pants to getting started with hand embroide…
711 E Pike St
Capitol Hill
206-709-0707

Traver Gallery

Founded by current owner Sarah Traver's father, William Traver, in 1977, the gallery is one of the foremost purveyors of glass art in the country. It famously …
110 Union St #200
Pike Place Market
206-587-6501

Ben Paris

Named after the late Seattle sportsman and entrepreneur (who used to run a famous restaurant of the same name in the same location) during the early 20th centu…
130 Pike St
Pike Place Market
206-999-3971

Japonessa Sushi Cocina

The restaurant that replaced Union downtown: Japonessa Sushi Cocina. The head chef: Billy Beach, formerly of Umi Sake House and Kushibar (the owner also runs i…
1400 First Ave
Pike Place Market
206-971-7979