The Central Saloon is the oldest in the city. Logo and I had a very yummy lunch there. May I also add one of the things I really appreciated about Seattle and surrounds was the seemingly sincere desire of servers to actually serve patrons cheerfully. Every restaurant I went into from the cheapest hole in the wall to the fanciest place they all brought water immediately and kept the glass filled. At home I'd have to beg for a single glass and sell my soul for a refill. Seattle servers are also more than happy to give a table as many separate checks as desired. Around here, requesting such a thing might lead to you having your food spat upon. Yeah, simple things but it made dining out the pleasure it ought to be.
Of course I did have to do some touristy things. One was the underground Tour which was given with great humor by an Elvis impersonator. I learned all about the "seamstresses" (wink wink nudge nudge) who came to Seattle to serve all the "dressmaking" needs of the original settlers, who all happened to be men. Oh, and I learned that folks scheduled their toilet usage around tide schedules so they didn't get blown off their crappers by a high tide surge mid-squat. I love when history is presented in a down to earth manner that makes you laugh. Anyway, this picture was just a groovy detail from underground.