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Intrigue Chocolate Co. moved into their 1st floor walk-up in Pioneer Square two years ago. Up the stairs and down the hall, you might not know it was there if a friend hadn't told you where to look.  But ring the old-fashioned doorbell, and you'll be...

Seattle Weekly has the scoop on a new restaurant that may be relocating from its downtown western ave/waterfront-ish location: Seattle's Hill Climb pasta pro Mike Easton thinks he's found a new space for his ultra-popular, but closet-sized lunch spot, Il Corvo. ...

I put this in my news roundup, but thought I would highlight it in its own post, just to give Pioneer Square an extra boost. While we love our multi-cultural neighbor, let's show them that Pioneer Square can compete against their food options.  Nevermind that...

First peek at The HUB Seattle's home in the Masins Building (slide show) (PSBJ) The Masins Building in Pioneer Square is about to open its doors to a new tenant: The HUB Seattle, a local extension of a global organization that seeks to connect do-gooders in...

One of the reasons why we love living in Pioneer Square is the close proximity to the stadiums.  We attend (all) Sounders games, some Mariners games, and hear the crowd of the Seahawks games.  It's actually very anti-climactic to watch any of the games on...

I know there aren't a ton of families in the square, but we definitely have some!  So this info is for you. If you were looking forward to taking your kids trick-or-treating, but don't want to leave the city to do that, the Waterfront is offering...