Capitol Hill rises just above downtown and the neighborhood is home to a lively mix of families, young professionals and students. This leafy neighborhood has it all—grand old homes that are just a few blocks away from downtown. But there's not need to leave the neighborhood. The highly walkable area offers cafes, cool shops, and restaurants galore. First Hill is an older neighborhood east of Chinatown with grand old homes, beautiful churches and lush gardens. The neighborhood is also home to Swedish Hospital and Virginia Mason Medical Center. Good food abounds. Try the trendy Boom Noodle or the vegetarian friendly Monsoon, a stylish Vietnamese restaurant. For dinner try Poppy, The Hunt Club and Cascina Spinasse.
A chic, urban bistro offering casual dining in the Pike Pine Triangle neighborhood on Seattle’s Capitol Hill, Anchovies & Olives is a local favorite. Brought to you by Ethan Stowell, the same great mind behind Tavolata and Staple & Fancy, this restaurant impresses with an Italian pasta- and seafood-focused menu, as well as a100% Italian wine list that emphasizes white varietals for excellent pairing options.
Barrio – Capitol Hill
1420 12th Ave. Seattle WA 98122
Barrio Restaurant on Capitol Hill in Seattle elevates Mexican cuisine to a fresh, modern level with unique influences. This neighborhood restaurant boasts a casual and lively scene, Latin-inspired cocktails, affordably priced cuisine for lunch and dinner, not to mention a great late night menu available Thursday through Sunday for the nightlife crowds.
Boom Noodle - Capitol Hill
1121 East Pike Street, Seattle WA 98122
Boom Noodle is a casual and comfortable Asian restaurant, where the decor matches the menu: classic and creative; simple and serene. The restaurant offers full service catering, making it an idea location for a corporate or private party. And it's unique blend of japanese cuisine with noodles and flavors from all over Asia will keep you coming back.
1531 14th Ave., Seattle WA 98122
Cascina Spinasse is a quaint neighborhood Italian bistro with artistic flair. Winner of the coveted 2010 “Best New Chef” award from Food & Wine Magazine, Spinasse Chef Jason Stratton upholds a commitment to the authentic Italian cuisine and the production of hand-made pasta, salumi, vinegars, butchery and other specialties evidenced in the carefully crafted a la carte and family-style menus.
900 Madison St., Seattle WA 98104
The Hunt Club offers delicious, simply prepared American cuisine that focuses on fresh, locally sourced ingredients for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Located in the historic Sorrento Hotel in Seattle, this restaurant boasts an extensive wine list, a comfortable bar for cocktails and happy hour gatherings, and afternoon tea service in the adjoining Fireside Room.
622 Broadway East, Seattle WA 98102
Award winning Chef Jerry Traunfeld's Poppy presents the very best in Northwestern cooking, inspired largely by the thali, a tray of small dishes served all at once to each guest. The menu features the best ingredients, spices and herbs, all fresh, local and seasonal—some plucked from the restaurants own back garden. If the warm, modern design doesn't keep you, the menu surely will.