Broadway—wow! It’s the epitome of the changing face of Capitol Hill. A few old favorites remain, flanked by new condo buildings and so many new eateries and drinkeries (see how we like to make up words here?) it’s like a sea of neon and culinary delights. Head a little further north and your surrounded by charmingly residential streets that have survived decades of change in Seattle.
Dwellings: The beauty of the Broadway neighborhood is how it shifts from shiny, flashy new condo buildings to vintage walk-ups to old, dignified single family homes with ease. It’s like the grand old dame who can still put on her stilettos and put down a pint of vodka–surprising and impressive. Or, perhaps it’s more like the techy hipster protege who can drink his body weight in PBR’s or put on a suit and charm the Senior VP. You decide.
Dwellers: See above.
- Nab a cup of joe at Joe Bar. Or, for those who just can’t tear themselves away from their Starbucks, check out the “inspired by Starbucks” Roy Street Coffee and Tea.
- Check out top-rated Seattle eatery Poppy.
- Do a little shopping for your new pad at Kobo Seattle.
Learn more about this happening hood here!