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Visit Seattle’s Committment to BIPOC-Owned Businesses

In its location along the continent’s edge, Seattle is enriched by a wealth of multicultural encounters. From restaurants and shops to museums and tours, experience the heritage of Seattle and the diverse cultures that are woven into the fabric of the city through its vibrant neighborhoods and small businesses.


Intentional Connections

Visit Seattle has partnered with Intentionalist to further amplify and support small businesses and diverse local communities in the Seattle region, a goal which intersects with the missions of both organizations. Intentionalist makes it easy to find and support local small businesses and the diverse people behind them with their online marketplace and directory that includes more than 3,000 local restaurants, bars, gyms, shops, and more owned by women, people of color, veterans, LGBTQ, families, and differently abled people.

Explore Visit Seattle's BIPOC Partners

Tamarind Tree International District

Tamarind Tree

  • Address 1036 S. Jackson St., Seattle, WA 98104
  • Phone (206) 860-1404
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Chan Seattle Downtown Seattle

Chan Seattle

  • Address 724 Pine St, Seattle, WA 98101
  • Phone (425) 658-2626
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KOBO Shop and Gallery (at HIGO) International District

KOBO Shop and Gallery (at HIGO)

  • Address 604 S. Jackson St., Seattle, WA 98104
  • Phone (206) 381-3000
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Petra Bistro Belltown

Petra Bistro

  • Address 2501 4th Ave, Seattle, WA 98121
  • Phone (206) 728-5389
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