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.

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. 



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



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!



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


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


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


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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