Photo: Sweet Alchemy

Support Seattle'sSmallBusinesses

Spread the love to Seattle’s BIPOC-, women-, and LGBTQIA-owned small businesses.

The culturally diverse fabric of our neighborhoods is what makes Seattle such a rich place to visit. That’s why we partnered with Seattle Bank and Intentionalist to help spread tourism dollars to Seattle’s small businesses in diverse communities. Last year’s program shone a light on businesses from the Central & Chinatown-International Districts. This year, the program is primarily focused on Capitol Hill and First Hill, encouraging visitors to explore these vibrant neighborhoods to eat, drink, shop, and spend intentionally.

Learn more about how our Community Partnership Program works.

2023 Featured Community Partners:

A photo showing the interior of an art gallery. Light colored wood shelves and counters hold goods. People stand by the shelves admiring the work.

Photo: Arte Noir / Michael B. Maine

 

A white plate holds a pile of BBQ ribs topped with a green garnish.

Photo: Jerk Shack

 

Photo: Plum Chopped

 

Photo: Sankaku Onigiri Cafe & Bar

A white bowl with a red rim holds a dish of noodles. The noodles have meat, greens, and a soft boiled egg.

Photo: Biang Biang Noodles

 

Photo: Mitten Sweets

 

Photo: Post Pike Bar & Cafe

 

Three ice cream cones lay on their side drizzled with chocolate and caramel sauce.

Photo: Sweet Alchemy

An image showing the interior of a cafe with red walls. A table with chairs and a bench are in the foreground. The espresso counter with cups and supplies is in the background.

Photo: Cafe Argento

 

Photo: Overcast Coffee Company

 

Photo: Retail Therapy

 

Photo: Tacos Chukis

Photo: Footprint Wine Tap

 

Photo: Paparepas Venezuelan Food

 

A variety of chocolate products sit on top of a burlap cloth.

Photo: Rey Amargo

 

A hand holds a white cup filled with coffee. A second hand pours steamed milk into the coffee.

Photo: Tougo Coffee

Discover our 2022 Community Partners from the Central and Chinatown-International Districts:

MORE Seattle BIPOC-Owned Businessses

QueenCare Central District

QueenCare

  • Address 2315 S. Jackson St., Seattle, WA 98144
  • Phone (425) 200-4027
  • Connect
The Ruins Queen Anne

The Ruins

  • Address 570 Roy Street, Seattle, WA 98109
  • Phone (206) 285-7846
  • Connect
Carmelo’s Tacos Central District

Carmelo’s Tacos

  • Address 1223 E Cherry St., Seattle, WA 98122
  • Phone (206) 659-0159
  • Connect
Landmark Event Co. Downtown Seattle

Landmark Event Co.

  • Address 570 Roy St, Seattle, WA 98109
  • Phone (206) 285-7846
  • Connect

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