Spire is perfectly placed at the junction of three Seattle neighborhoods, offering immediate access to the best the city has to offer. We’ve gathered seven of our favorite outdoor dining spots in Belltown, South Lake Union and Denny Triangle/Regrade. Get a taste of what life is like around here. Look over the list and start planning your next open-air culinary adventure soon.
2120, 0.4 miles from Spire. You can’t beat dinner on the patio next to the Amazon Spheres. The Hamachi Crudo, served with a stonefruit leche de tigre, fresno peppers, mint, and hazelnut, is a great new addition to their newly revamped dinner menu. They offer a variety of local wine, beer, and cocktails designed to complement the fare. Dinner hours: Tuesday-Saturdays from 4-9pm.
AQUA by El Gaucho, 0.8 miles from Spire. Seattle’s finest waterfront dining experience featuring exceptional service, seafood and Elliott Bay views. Take in the view while sipping an AQUA Mule under the massive tent out on the pier with fancy chandeliers and open sides to capture breezes. The expansive outdoor deck is especially attractive on summer evenings, when spectacular sunset views await. Be sure to round out your meal with the Dark Chocolate Sea Salt Pot De Crème. Hours: Open Tuesday-Friday at 5pm; Saturday at 4pm. Last seating is 9pm. Valet parking available.
Bar Harbor, 0.7 miles from Spire. The giant covered area at 400 Fairview doubles as a deck, and perpetual backyard party for this New England-inspired bar. Bar Harbor offers a ton of drink varieties out at the Back Deck including Slushies, Cape Codder Pops, and an amazing selection of cans and bottles. Visitors can expect first come, first served seating for socially distanced tables, drinks, and epic lobster rolls. Hours: noon to 9pm on Friday and Saturday, and noon to 8pm Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday.
Limoncello, 0.4 miles from Spire. This Italian cafe on First Avenue serves up delicious house made pasta dishes in a charming pair of covered and heated outdoor patios. Whether you’re searching for fresh pastry for breakfast, a healthy lunch, a hearty dinner or delightful desserts, you’ve come to the right place. Eat there or take a meal home to cook in your stylish kitchen at Spire. For a new twist try the Special Pasta of the Week. Hours: Monday 4:30 to 9 pm, Tuesday-Thursday 4:30 to 11 pm, Friday-Saturday 4:30pm to 12am, Sunday 11am to 9pm.
Mbar, 0.7 miles from Spire. Discover a glorious patio which is enjoyable and Insta-worthy under any circumstances, a rooftop filled with firepits, a mix of covered and open seating, and astonishing city views. Don’t miss out on the “big sexys” portion of the menu including braised & fried cauliflower steak with crimini mushrooms and saffron rice. Hours: Sunday-Thursday 4 pm to 11 pm, Friday-Saturday 4pm to 12am.
Re:public, 0.7 miles from Spire. The new 2,000 square foot light-strung and heated tent patiooffers full food and drink service with its open sides and bevy of picnic tables. They have a variety of Starters & Shared Plates to choose from to kick off your evening, including Hand-cut Frites and Crispy Tofu. Be sure to try a local favorite – the Prawn & Pork Belly Lardon Mac & Cheese. Hours: Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday 4 – 12am, Friday 4 – 2am & Saturday 4 – 2am, closed Sunday & Monday.
Willmott’s Ghost, 0.3 miles from Spire. Located in The Spheres on Sixth and Lenora, patio lovers can unite at a charming series of shaded tables tucked right up against the Spheres to dine on the flavors of Rome. Order the focaccia, which is handmade with love and baked fresh every day. Pro tip: always pair your focaccia with the meatballs to soak up the sauce. Hours: Tuesday-Friday 12pm to 9pm, Saturday 4pm to 9pm.
Model homes are now open by appointment. Enjoy a tour of Spire today and discover a location like no other. Live life on the edge – where extraordinary experiences in three of Seattle’s best neighborhoods are yours in close proximity to Amazon’s headquarters and the waterfront.