Filming Locations —

SeaTac, King County: Seattle-Tacoma International Airport.

Seattle, King County: Houseboats on Westlake Avenue North on Lake Union. Pine Street at 1st Avenue. Pike Place Market. Athenian Inn. Tom Douglas' Dahlia Lounge. Western Avenue. Alki Beach Park in West Seattle.

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Tom Hanks' home was filmed on a houseboat off Westlake Avenue on Lake Union, Seattle.
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1st Avenue, between Stewart and Pine, Seattle.
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Pine Street, approaching Pike Place Market.
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This is the Athenian Inn, located at 1517 Pike Place Market, Seattle.
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This was Tom Douglas' Dahlia Lounge when it was still located at 1904 Fourth Avenue. Today, the place has been remodeled as the Toi Restaurant, and the Dahlia Lounge has moved to 2001 Fourth Avenue at Virginia Street, Seattle.
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Pike Place Market, downtown Seattle.
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Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, SeaTac, WA.
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This looks like Western Avenue at Denny Way.
That's the Seattle Space Needle in the background.
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Alki Beach Park on Alki Avenue SW, just northeast of 59th Avenue SW, West Seattle.
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Meg Ryan sees Tom Hanks from across
Westlake Avenue N, close to the houseboats.
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Tom Hanks' houseboat, docked off Westlake Avenue.

Sleepless in Seattle (1993)
CAST: Tom Hanks, Meg Ryan, Ross Malinger, Rita Wilson, Victor Garber, Bill Pullman, David Hyde Pierce, Rosie O'Donnell, Gaby Hoffman, Michael Badalucco, Parker Posey....
WRITER: Jeff Arch, Nora Ephron, David S. Ward
PRODUCER: Jane Bartelme, Patrick Crowley, Delia Ephron, Gary Foster, Lynda Obst, James W. Skotchdopole
DIRECTOR: Nora Ephron
EDITOR: Robert M. Reitano

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