Join us on a photographic tour of one of Seattle’s most beloved neighborhoods, Capitol Hill. Full of heart, culture, and let’s not forget – some of the city’s best bars and restaurants.
1. First stop: General Porpoise Doughnuts for their lemon curd doughnuts. You will want more than one, trust us. Don’t be shy.
2. Next up: The Elliot Bay Book Company for an enormous, very well-curated collection of books, magazine, paper goods and more. Don’t miss the PNW shelf for local writers.
3. Lunch happens at Oddfellow’s Cafe + Bar next door, and do not leave without surveying their baked goods for pop tarts and gluten-free biscuits!
4. Pop into NUBE for clothing, accessories, and home goods crafted by American artisans from repurposed or organic materials.
5. A trip to Capitol Hill would not be complete without a visit to Molly Moon’s Homemade Ice Cream for flavors like earl grey, wild honey, and lavender. Take-home cartons are most definitely an option.
6. Now, where Bellevue Avenue and Minor Avenue meet, something magical happens: this tiny triangle is home to some of our favorite eateries and shops in the city like Melrose Market with treasures like Glasswing and Sitka and Spruce, Taylor Shellfish, and Terra Plata.