We already know where to cry in public in New York, Boston, San Francisco, D.C., and Philly. But we have plenty to cry about up here in the top left corner, too. It’s a good thing that Seattle, known for its depressing weather, has plenty of spaces to let it all out—for those occasions that you don’t have time to run home and dive under a blanket.
Even better: While there are places to hide and weep throughout the city, plenty are concentrated in the downtown core, just in case you have a terrible workday or night on the town.
Some of these spots mask your sobs with waterfall sounds. Others provide a private respite within an otherwise public spot. But all of these are recommended by Curbed Seattle staff and readership for when you just need a moment.
Did we miss your favorite spot—one you don’t mind blowing up with other emotionally distressed Seattleites? Send us a tip.
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