A local favorite, this hole-in-the-wall speakeasy is hidden in the alley across from the infamous gum wall, under Pike Place Market. This would make a nice stop for lunch or dinner after a bike ride along the waterfront. They have great organic salads, brick oven pizza and local beer. It's a cozy, rustic atmosphere with a view of Elliot Bay and some interesting history. Post Alley was once home to the first Seattle Post-Intelligencer Newspaper offices, and the alley itself was constructed of cobblestones taken from the rubble of San Fransisco's 1906 earthquake. It also been a popular place for many authors and artists over the years. If you want a hidden, high culture gem with some delicious food, then look no further than the Alibi Room.