By Kate Calamusa
Get the family out and enjoy a movie and snacks in Belltown at…
2100 4th Ave.
Originally built in 1963, the Cinerama is a Seattle institution. Now owned by tech billionaire Paul Allen, it emerged from an extensive 2014 renovation with a state-of-the-art digital laser projector system, epic surround sound, and seats with more legroom. In keeping with its Seattle-centric focus, the concession stand is fully stocked with locally crafted treats, such as Full Tilt ice cream and Brave Horse Tavern’s warm soft pretzels.
2408 1st Ave.
Owned by master bread-maker Leslie Mackie, Macrina Bakery offers an impressive selection of hand-formed loaves at each of its three outposts, from apricot-nut sourdough bread to chewy, salty pretzel rolls.
*(c)2017 by Kate Calamusa. All rights reserved. Excerpted from Seattle Family Adventures by permission of Sasquatch Books.