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Vibrant, eclectic, and fun.
Restaurants, coffee shops, bakeries, and bars galore!
Condos, apartments, condos… and more condos!
Expect some noise. This is the heart of Capitol Hill nightlife and the Pike/Pine Corridor is usually bustling with activity.
It can be hard to find parking. (But it's also 100% possible to live a car-free life here, too.)
The Capitol Hill neighborhood is a destination neighborhood, and the Pike/Pine Corridor sub-neighborhood is a must-visit area! You’ll find pretty much everything here: Excellent brunch and coffee shops; fantastic dining and shopping; bustling nightlife and award-winning bars; world-class entertainment and live music; enviable transit options… and more!When people think of Capitol Hill, it’s often the Pike/Pine area. It’s an iconic Seattle neighborhood.
5mto Amazon Spheres
12mto Amazon Spheres
18mto Microsoft Redmond
47mto Microsoft Redmond
It's the best neighborhood! With parks, views, great restaurants, and great transit options!
[I love] the restaurants! After living in different neighborhoods I think that’s what makes Capitol Hill unique.
If you’re looking for a Seattle neighborhood where you can live without a car, this is one that is high one our list. You truly do not need to have a car here (and life really might be better without one if your building doesn’t have parking!). The Pike/Pine neighborhood is merely blocks away from the Capitol Hill Light Rail Station that gives you easy access to several neighborhoods including University District all the way through Downtown Seattle, through South Seattle, and to SeaTac International Airport. And the Light Rail system is only expanding more, soon to be heading over to the Eastside and to the north and south even more. There are also several buses that run throughout the Pike/Pine neighborhood and the streetcar also cuts through the neighborhood along Broadway.
This neighborhood is a foodie’s dream. You can come to Capitol Hill’s Pike/Pine neighborhood time and time again and always find something new. It’s hard to know where to begin but a few favorite restaurants here include Spinasse, OMEGA OUZERI, Nue, Rachel’s Ginger Beer, Momiji, Katsu Burger, Mighty-O Donuts, Plum Bistro, Poquitos, Soi, Eltana, Lost Lake, Molly Moon’s Homemade Ice Cream, Salt & Straw, HoneyHole, Hot Mama’s Pizza, Marmite Seattle, Cafe Pettirosso, Cupcake Royale, Barrio… and the list goes on.
After dinner, you can head to a dive bar, a swanky bar, a loud club… what are you looking for? You’ll find it here. Neighbours Nightclub and Lounge, Q Nightclub, Unicorn, Barboza, Neumos… there’s a ton to do and see at night, and these popular nighttime hangouts are only the tip of the iceberg.
When people think of shopping in Seattle, the Pike/Pine area is probably not the first neighborhood they think of—shopping isn’t really what it’s known for. However, we think this is a mistake! There are a TON of independent shops here that cater to a wide audience. The Elliott Bay Book Company, Everyday Music, Zions Gate Records, Wall of Sound, 35th North Skate Shop, Pacific Supply Hardware Shop, Blick Art Materials, Retrofit Home, Mud Bay, Visette Boutique, and Retail Therapy are just a *few* of the shops you’ll find in the Pike/Pine neighborhood.