300 Occidental Ave S Seattle, WA 98104 (206) 624-1374
Located on two corners of Occidental Plaza, The London Plane is a one-stop haven for downtown residents, workers and travelers alike. We have two spaces (The London Plane and The Little London Plane).
The large space on the northeast corner is The London Plane, part cafe, part specialty foods grocery, and part floral workshop. You can stop by in the morning for a coffee and a handmade croissant. Come lunchtime, enjoy an array of salads, soups, and plated lunch items. You can also pick up groceries & whole grains, a bundle of mint, a bottle of Italian olive oil, and a loaf of sourdough baked in our wholesale bakery located in the back of the building. If you’re headed to a party, there are flowers, soaps, etc. to share as a hostess or birthday gift.
At the southeast corner of Occidental Plaza is our smaller space, The Little London Plane.
We serve bar snacks and a list of wines and refreshments by the glass. Our shop section showcases beautiful housewares and gifts from local artists and artisans, as well as cook and design books, and a selection of wines by the bottle for takeaway.
This space also hosts private gatherings, whether it be for business meetings or dinner parties. Delicious meals catered by our kitchen team will keep communication and creativity flowing.
Two locations to serve you! Our original location downtown at 1206 4th Ave., and our new Madison Park location at 3109 E. Madison St. (Check our our new pantry - Provisions - nextt o our Madison Park shop too!)
Home to the Triple Coconut Cream Pie, offers artisan breads, handmade pastries and cakes which are baked daily in small batches. Sandwiches and soups created by the Dahlia chef team start at breakfast with bacon and organic eggs and finish in the evening with chorizo and arugala.
We serve deli style sandwiches and homemade soups, and have a large variety of fresh baked cookies, pastries and breads daily!
We are the oldest continually operating business at the Pike Place Market, and the first business in Seattle started by women (with the exception of some houses of ill repute)!
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In addition to gallery updates on new artists, new work, or gallery exhibitions, we also enjoy posting various arts-related articles or videos and encourage feedback; important dates in the history of Modern Art; artists birthdays; and anything else we feel adds to the awareness, deeper understanding, and collecting of the visual arts. We are a for-profit gallery and depend on collectors to support the business and our artists. And while profit is the purpose, passion is the process...
The Seattle Fire Department provides fire protection and emergency medical services to the city of Seattle, Washington, United States. The department is responsible for an area of, including of waterfront, with a population of over 634,000.HistoryThe Seattle Fire Department got its start as a volunteer fire department that was taken over by the City of Seattle on April 11, 1884. On June 6, 1889 the Great Seattle Fire broke out and destroyed over of the city. Insurance investigators charged the city with not having adequately trained firefighters to provide protection for the residents. As a result, the Seattle Fire Department was officially established on October 17, 1889 as a paid professional department.Fire Stations/Apparatusthe department operates out of 34 fire stations spread across the city.Apparatus Glossary/Callsigns Engine (E) Ladder (L) Aid - BLS (A) Air Unit (AIR9/AIR26) Battalion Chief (B) Command, Control & Communication Unit (COM1) Decontamination Unit (DECON1) Deputy Chief (DEP1) EMS/Paramedic Supervisor (M44 / M45) Fire Boat (FB) Fire Rescue Boat (FRB) Hazardous Materials Unit (HAZ1) Hose / Foam Wagon (HOSE18 / HOSE34) Marine Unit (MARINE1) Medic - ALS (M) Medical Ambulance Bus (MAB1) Metropolitan Medical Strike Team (MMST) Mobile Air Compressor (AIR240 / AIR260) Mobile Ventilation Unit (MVU1) Multiple Casualty Incident Unit (MCI1 / MCI2) Power/CO2 Unit (P25) Staff & Incident Command System (ICS) Support Unit (STAF10) Safety Chief (SAFT2) Technical Rescue Unit (R) Rehabilitation (REHAB1) Urban Search & Rescue Unit (USAR1)
Union Center Pharmacy is a contract mail service pharmacy here to serve you. We partner with many groups in the Western and Northwestern United States to provide superior customer service to our patients.
We are a division of Kelley-Ross & Associates, with three sister pharmacies in the Seattle area we collaborate to serve patients across the healthcare continuum.
Our goal at Union Center Pharmacy is to help every one of our patients feel like they are served by a community pharmacy, with the convenience of prescription delivery via the mail.
Stonington Gallery exhibits unparalleled contemporary masterworks from the Pacific Northwest Coast and Alaska. With a special emphasis on spectacular carved sculpture--including masks, totem poles, and panels--we also highlight fine art glass, prints, jewelry, bronzes and paintings. Our mission is to provide the ideal environment for the presentation, enjoyment and understanding of premier contemporary art of the Pacific Northwest Coast and Alaska, and to foster greater appreciation for these artforms.
Serving Seattle since 1979, the gallery is respected for the depth and quality of its collection, exceptional service and knowledgeable staff. Full custom framing and shipping services are available. The gallery is a part of the Seattle Art Dealers Association and participates in the downtown art walks each First Thursday of the month.
Artists represented include Preston Singletary, Marvin Oliver, Joe David, Robert Davidson, Susan Point, Larry Ahvakana, Raven Skyriver, Hib Sabin, Thomas Stream, Scott Jensen, Shaun Peterson, Nikki McClure, Rick Bartow, Isabel Rorick, and other contemporary masters of the Northwest Coast.
Gallery I|M|A is a place to experience inspiration and pleasure through the visual arts.
We are dedicated to providing outstanding customer service and maintaining an extensive and varied collection of artwork for collectors.
Situated in historic Pioneer Square, the long established location of the Seattle arts community, Gallery I|M|A is committed to the exposure of artists who create exceptional contemporary works of art. Our mission is to enliven and enrich an individual's relationship to culture through the visual arts by providing a direct experience with the art of our time.
As a premier Northwest art venue, we carry a broad range of original paintings, glass, ceramic, fiber, and sculptural works created by local Northwest, national and international artists. Our roster includes a diverse group of artists at different stages of their careers; from emerging to mid-career artists, as well as established masters.
Our newly designed location now offers a wider range of gallery space for our exhibitions. Gallery I provides a street level view with the new glass and steel architecture combined with larger walls and a more intimate space attached, Gallery II. Gallery III, on our lower level, provides exposed wood post and concrete floors and is suitable for all exhibition uses as well as installations and video work.
Gallery I|M|A represents artists with distinct creative expression whose work enhances the collective signature of the gallery through quality, original art.
The Gallery I|M|A is a member of the Seattle Art Dealers Association.