Pioneer Square is really just a neighborhood full of basements that are fun to hang out in. Located at the bottom of Temple Billiards, The Pharmacy feels like one of those basements. It looks like somebody ransacked a garage sale in the late 1970s to furnish this place with sofas, coffee tables, and mismatched decorative pillows, but somehow it all works. The cocktail menu is massive, ranging from tiki drinks to different riffs on a French 75, and the bartenders will happily make you something custom on the spot.
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Pioneer Square D&E
Pioneer Square D&E is a restaurant that serves American food in Pioneer Square. Get the fried chicken sandwich.
Elm Coffee Roasters
Elm Coffee Roasters is a Pioneer Square espresso bar that serves great coffee and makes their own nut milks.
Tat’s Delicatessen is a deli in Pioneer Square with an excellent pastrami sandwich and other East Coast-style subs.
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