Capitol Hill's Electric Energy Sparks Life into

Food, Art, Shopping & More.

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Dine and Entertain

Capitol Hill is filled with an eclectic collection of eateries to suit any palette in a tour of local and global cuisine. SOLIS is just steps from Momji’s acclaimed Japanese food, Pacific Northwest fare at Sitka and Spruce, and a great Greek meal at Omega Ouzeri. Cafés and coffee shops also abound. A favorite is Porchlight Coffee and Record, where live music and a delicious cup of joe meets weekend tacos.

Conveniences and Shopping

Local shopping doesn’t get much better than it does on Capitol Hill, whether it’s perusing the vendors at the indoor Melrose Market, supporting local artists at KOBO Seattle, browsing fashionable threads at Totokaelo or finding the next great read at Elliott Bay Book Company. Step out onto the rainbow-colored streets and discover your next boutique destination.

Explore and Roam

The hustle and bustle of the city is easy to escape at Volunteer and Cal Anderson parks, with ample space for recreation and afternoon picnics. After the sun melts below the skyline, the neighborhood comes to life with live shows at Neumos Crystal Ball Reading Room, a flick at The Egyptian Theatre, and cocktails at the famed Sun Liquor.