Our current home for Ignite Seattle is the lovely Town Hall Seattle, located on first hill, just across from I-5. It’s a curious little neighborhood that many Seattleites don’t know very well (it has so many hospitals nearby, it’s often jokingly called “pill hill”).
To help you get the most out of your Ignite experience, here’s a short guide for where to eat and drink before (or after) Ignite. Of course at the event there are always two cash only bars open, selling drinks and light snacks, but they can get crowded at times (for Ignite 31 there will be a dedicated wine/bar line to speed things up).
- The Hideout – just three blocks away from Town Hall, this speakeasy style art bar has fine cocktails, simple snacks, and fantastic art (including an art vending machine). Open late, but it’s a small place and can get crowded at peak hours.
- A Pizza Mart – directly across the street from Town Hall, this reliable, straightforward pizza place is the most convenient meal you’ll find. It does gets busy and service can be slow so get there early if it’s your plan.
- Pho Saigon – Decent pho and Vietnamese fare. 3 blocks away.
- Outlier– Just a 6 minute walk away at 4th avenue, near the library, this southern style restaurant and bar has a great happy hour 4-8pm.
- Han’s deli – If you hope to just grab a candy bar or a bag of chips, this is just a block away.
- 206 Burger Company – Good burgers a 4 minute walk from our venue.
See you soon!