Capitol Hill is one the most diverse and welcoming neighborhood in Seattle. Part of Seattle since 1886, it’s has about 32,000 residents and encompasses zip codes 98102, 98112 and 98122. It’s the long-time home for the LGBTQ communities, music and film culture. Packed with hip bars, live music, theaters, eateries and clubs, it is also home to lots of independent coffeehouses and stores.
Top Seattle bookstore Elliott Bay Books recently relocated there. It’s the neighborhood most associated with the grunge scene in the early 1990’s and hosts the annual Capitol Hill Block Party in late July. Home to the independent Egyptian Theater which host showings for the Seattle International Film Festival (SIFF) and the Seattle Lesbian & Gay Film Festival every year.
Capitol Hill has many educational institutions including a number of independent schools such as Seattle Academy for Arts and Sciences and The Northwest School. Belying it’s one-time name “Catholic Hill” it’s also home to St Joe’s, Holy Names and Seattle University.
Getting to Capitol Hill
Capitol Hill is located northeast of downtown Seattle, bordered by I-5 to the west and SR 520 to the north. The main arterial is Broadway. Capitol Hill has a new light rail station and street car both of which have improved access.
Things to do in Capitol Hill
Taverns, Bars, Live Music, Clubs Abound
There are so many great places to have some adult fun in Capitol Hill it’s hard to make a short list. Among the most popular are the cluster of bars on Pike east of Broadway anchored by the Comet Tavern which has great live music. There are a number of gay clubs and bars such as Neighbors, the Crescent Lounge and the classic C.C.Attle’s.
Where to Eat in Capitol Hill
Chefs have flocked to Capitol Hill which has some of the most interesting and eclectic restaurants in Seattle. Sitka and Spruce, Taylor Shellfish and Terra Platta have put Melrose Ave on the culinary map. The Unicorn remains the most popular with Poppy a new favorite.
Capitol Hill is home to Seattle’s most popular locally owned coffeehouses. Not surprisingly it’s also a key test market for Seattle’s own global coffee giant Starbucks. That includes the first Starbucks Reserve Roastery and Tasting Room.
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