In July, we heard that five new parklets would join the three already in Capitol Hill, Belltown and ID. We got some good news when we found out not only where the new parklets would be but that there will in fact be ten of them. Below, you'll find a map that locates all of the upcoming mini-parks, from the one going in front of Tin Umbrella Coffee Roasters in Hillman City to the one that'll go outside Molly Moon's Homemade Ice Cream in Wallingford.Read More
Seattle Is Getting Ten New Parklets, Here's A Map To Find Them
One of the original parklets, it's the perfect outdoor hangout outside Montana Bar and even comes with on-street bike parking.
This three-parking-space parklet includes ample seating, riser seating and a theater area, game boards, bike parking, and planter boxes
Oasis Tea Zone
The Chinatown/ID pilot parklet is sponsored by the Chinatown/ID Business Improvement Area, in partnership with Oasis Tea Zone. It includes seating, tables, and planter boxes.
Tin Umbrella Coffee
This coffee house & roastery in South Seattle’s Hillman City has a bike-courier service to bring coffee right to your door. But the parklet will give you one more reason to bike it over to them instead.
Bottlespot & Hi Spot Cafe
The neighboring winery and coffeehouse will now have a parklet between then to bring everyone even closer.
Herkimer Coffee, homemade Belgian waffles, pastries from various local bakeries and now a parklet to hang out in while you eat and/or drink them all.
Lost Lake Lounge and Comet Tavern
Capitol Hill's second parklet will be right outside two taverns, just make sure no one uses it as a late-night bathroom.
Urban Visions at the Chromer Building
Urban Visions has put a lot of work into rechristening The Chromer Building. Adding a parklet will only make this spot, which will include Elysian Brewery and Cherry Street Coffee, even more attractive.
Seattle Children’s Research Institute
Can you think of a better place to host a parklet than right outside a children's research center?
SIFF Cinema at the Uptown
When you're waiting in line for a movie, won't it be nicer to spend part of the wait inside a new parklet? Also, it'll make a great spot for post-movie discussion.
U District Advocates
The bonus is that you'll be able to grab some Samir's next door and admire the parklet while enjoying some tasty food.
Molly Moon's Homemade Ice Cream
There are already lines out the door all the time for Molly Moon's. Add in a brand-new parklet and…well, they'll still be lines out the door.
Reviews call Delancey's a "chic yet unassuming pizzeria." Throw a parklet in front and it's gonna be a lot harder to be unassuming. There will be assuming. Lots of assuming.
They're currently in the planning stages of their parklet and looking for feedback on their Facebook page.
Harbour Pointe Coffeehouse
Coffee shop parklets seem to be the big no-brainer of the program so far. Never hurts to have another one in the mix.
Chuck's Hop Shop - Central District
With summer approaching, what's better than grabbing some of your favorite suds, stepping out into the sun and lounging in a parklet to people-watch?