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• Sip on an award-winning martini in Oliver’s Lounge, opened in 1976 during the time that Washington State’s “Blue Laws” were repealed. Oliver’s became known as the first “daylight bar” in the state, meaning passersby could now look in from the street and see bartenders mixing and serving cocktails.

• Dine at Andaluca Restaurant, Seattle’s nationally recognized culinary oasis. Resonating with Mediterranean-inspired food and design, Andaluca’s offers its signature paella, as well as a famous liquid chocolate cake.

• Walk three short blocks to historic Pike Place Market for a sampling of flavors. The market is home to the original Starbucks—see where the caffeine craze first started back in 1971. Be sure to go to Pike Place Fish, located right under the clock. They’re the guys that throw the fish, and can pack fish for airline travel and ship overnight anywhere in the U.S.
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