Capitol Hill is defined by its array of cafes, restaurants and parks.

 

Walk in any direction from this sensational home, and you'll find excellent spots to grab a bite, meet a friend for coffee, indulge in a decadent dessert, or a quiet spot to read the paper.

 

Unbeatable RESTAURAnTS

Take a relaxing stroll to a coffeeshop or bakery on Saturday mornings. Become a regular at your favorite sushi spot. A culinary hotspot, you'll never tire of all the options on Capitol Hill.


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Shopping Districts

Just a short walk to the 15th Avenue shopping core, with a bounty of wonderful shops and cafes.

Also nearby, the fabulous shopping district on 19th Avenue. 

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VOLUNTEER PARK CAFE

Offering fresh, local, and seasonal bounty of the Pacific Northwest., this Capitol Hill gem hits home with its beautiful ambience and stunning park locale.


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HELLO ROBIN

In addition to our classic favorites—such as chocolate chip—Hello Robin bakes about a dozen unique and delicious flavors each day, including habanero chocolate chip, and curry white chocolate. Pair these deletable cookies with Molly Moon's ice cream, and you've got an out-of-this-world ice cream sandwich!


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LIBERTY

This award-winning neighborhood bar features beautiful craft cocktails and delicious sushi.


MONSOON

Well-loved Vietnamese spot with intriguing contemporary dishes, including a signature clay-pot catfish.


ROY STREET COFFEE

A fantastic setting for reading, working, or gathering with friends, Roy Street Coffee has a spacious interior and delicious bites. 


POPPY

Home to award-winning Chef Jerry Traunfeld, this chic spot offers Thali-style platters of seasonal small plates & wine in modern digs.

48 acres of natural beauty...

Volunteer Park's iconic observation tower.

Volunteer Park's iconic observation tower.

Is just two blocks away. From 1904-09, the Olmsted Brothers (known for designing Central Park in New York City) created the formal plans for what would become Volunteer Park" -- considered the jewel of city parks.

More than just a park

Volunteer Park is so much more than just a park. It's a cultural hub with beautiful features such as a conservatory (a designated city landmark), 1912 water tower with viewing deck, reservoir, the Seattle Asian Art Museum (also a designated city landmark), and iconic views of Seattle's skyline which includes the Space Needle. To read more about Capitol Hill's fascinating history, click here.

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