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Things To Do In Seattle

Point to Point is excited to be supporting HashiConf 19 in our very own backyard here in Seattle! Check out these cool things handpicked for you to do during your free time while you’re in town:

  1. Pinball Museum
    Hey pinheads, make sure to check out the 50+ games at the Pinball Museum! This interactive museum, located in the International District, houses games dating back to 1934 as well as present day. seattlepinballmuseum.com
  1. Living Computer Museum
    If you’re anything like us, you’ll geek out at the Living Computer Museum founded by Paul Allen in 2012. Experience technology firsthand though vintage and modern technology exhibits and labs providing hands-on workshops! livingcomputers.org
  1. JuneBaby
    Celebrate Southern cuisine at award winning JuneBaby who describes their food as “nothing short of beautiful”. While here in the Pacific Northwest, this restaurant will leave you with a deeper appreciation for Southern food and culture. junebabyseattle.com
  1. Bok a Bok
    Chicken that is air-dried, hand-dipped, and double fried to order plus hand-made biscuits…do we need to say any more? Check out the Capitol Hill location for the their self-proclaimed “best chicken we’ve ever had.” We think you’ll agree. bokabokchicken.com
  1. Storyville Coffee
    Locally roasted on nearby Bainbridge Island, Storyville coffee will leave you with a story to tell about Seattle’s hidden coffee gem! Grab a cup of joe at their Pike Place Market or Queen Anne location to keep yourself fueled during HashiConf19. storyville.com
  1. Deep Dive
    If you want to escape the hustle and bustle of the town, make your way to one of the city’s premier bars. The alluring ambiance and one of a kind cocktails at Deep Dive are the perfect ingredients for a sophisticated night out. Located inside another unique Seattle site, the Amazon Spheres. deepdiveseattle.com
  1. Molly Moon’s
    Every scoop of ice cream is fresh and homemade with local milk and cream, in fact 90% of their ingredients are from the Pacific Northwest! We know you’ll be satisfied with flavors like honey lavender, made with locally harvested wild honey and organic lavender, salted caramel, and seasonal flavors like lemon blueberry custard and s’mores. We promise you will not be disappointed! mollymoon.com
  1. Hot Cakes Molten Chocolate Cakery
    Got a sweet tooth? Satisfy it at Hot Cakes located in Ballard and Capitol Hill. Some of our favorites are the peanut butter cup and dark decadence cakes which will leave your mouth watering! getyourhotcakes.com

Comment below, we’d love to hear about your favorite things to do in Seattle!

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