Coziest Spots to Visit in Seattle

Coziest Spots to Visit in Seattle

Washington is a notoriously rainy and often cold state—so naturally, it’s also a prime destination for all things cozy. We’d argue that few things are better than curling up with a good book or cup of coffee, especially if you’re settled someplace cozy. Seattle—rather unsurprisingly—is home to a lot of these quaint and charming hidden gems that are even more alluring come winter.

Ahead, check out the coziest spots to visit in Seattle—from hole-in-the-wall bars to nostalgic book stores.

The Cozy Nut Tavern

Given this spot’s name, it shouldn’t come as a surprise that it is—as the title suggests—a very cozy bar located in the Greenwood neighborhood that boasts a welcoming, woodland-themed vibe that’s ever-present on both the tavern’s merchandise and menu offerings. Stop by for a fresh cheese plate, sausage or Irish coffee—among many other popular menu items, not necessarily enjoyed together. For more information, visit www.thecozynuttavern.com.

Elliott Bay Book Company
Photo courtesy Elliott Bay Book Company.

The Elliott Bay Book Company

Don’t let the multi-level build of this bookstore steer you away from stopping by. Even with its massive selection of books and full-service team, the Elliott Bay Book Company still manages to maintain an incomparable warmth and cozy essence with its wood-centric walls. For more information, visit www.elliottbaybook.com.

The Pink Door

The Pink Door—rather impressively—is equal parts a casual, cozy Italian restaurant and burlesque club that features a warm candlelit essence, views of Elliot Bay and the occasional trapeze performance. It’s really an all-in-one destination. Plus, it’s one of Seattle’s most romantic spots. For more information, visit www.thepinkdoor.net.

Gaslight Inn

You can’t beat the charm of a classic Washington residence—especially one with a well-preserved Victorian-inspired design. For those who can’t quite claim a full-time home in the Seattle area, you can enjoy the cozy essence on a temporary basis via the local bed and breakfast favorite, the Gaslight Inn. With its modern amenities and thoughtfully designed rooms, you’ll feel less like your at a casual boutique hotel and more like you’re in a Hallmark movie. For more information, visit www.gaslight-inn.com.

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