Yes, some restaurants are open for “indoor dining”. The rules are complicated – air flow is key. @EaterSeattle covers the subject at https://seattle.eater.com/2021/1/15/22233042/washington-open-air-rules-allows-for-indoor-dining
Pier 57 at the Seattle Waterfront will reopen on Thursday. The city’s Department of Construction & Inspections closed the popular Miner’s Landing in September out of caution due to its proximity to the Pier 58 collapse. Owners say they are excited for a positive start to 2021.
|Light Again!|The Seattle Great Wheel lights up the waterfront again with a half million programmable LED bulbs. It was forced to close after the collapse of a neighboring pier 4 months ago. Operations are set up for maximum safety with masks obligatory and gondolas sanitized after every ride. Buy your ticket online ($15 for adults, $13 for seniors, $10 for youth and free under 3 years old) at SeattleGreatWheel(dot)com. … See MoreSee Less
|Frankfurter and Premier Meat Pies Feed Ferry Passengers|The Kitsap foot ferry now loads between Piers 54 and 55 (Argosy’s usual spot). The added traffic is bringing new customers to local eateries who are happy for the business. Find hot dogs and cookies at the Frankfurter stand; Premier Meat Pies serves Australian and British fare. There are also a Starbucks and Ivar’s Fish Bar within a stone’s throw. Happy sailing. … See MoreSee Less