Capitol Hill is known for many things: amazing eateries, Seattle University, and an endless nightlife. With boundless food places, I thought it would be nice to share some of the unique ones in the district!
Plum Bistro: A place of new beginning, and an open tomorrow. Like many other shops on this list, they are a part of the local, sustainable, and organic movement ravaging through our businesses. This delicious variety is complete vegan-friendly, and is committed to continuing innovation, passion, and food-spiration.
Cupcake Royal: With location in Ballard, Madrona, Downtown, West Seattle Queen Anne, Bellevue, and Capitol Hill, they are spread across the Seattle-Bellevue area. Best part? They offer delivery!
Caffe Vita: Café Vita is an all-Seattle coffee shop. Flavor-packed beans are thoughtfully harvested, and small-batch roasted to perfection. Independent and locally owned, they are pioneers of the Farm Direct movement.
The Garage: As a place for both food and fun, the Garage has a place for everyone. A catalyst and executioner of a unique party experiences, the Garage has been a hit since it opened in 2003.
8oz Burger Co.: Curious where to get mondo-sized and delicious burgers? Have you tried this place, because it’s “SO GOOD” and “ON POINT”! In Seattle fashion, they use organic, local, and sustainable ingredients, coupled with distinctive, innovative, and variety make this a go-to Capitol Hill restaurant!
Poquitos: Featuring homemade tortillas, what isn’t to love? His Mexican cuisine is prepared with both traditional and atmosphere in mind. As a Seattle hot-spot, they adhere to the Seattle adage of local sourcing, as well as unique and direct sourcing for the essential Mexican culinary traditions.
Juicebox Café: This scrumptious breakfast joint is more than a local café. They specialize in mouthwatering, veggie-based dishes that create community in its simplicity. They source locally whenever possible, and delight us with organic, cold-pressed juices.
Momiji: This handcrafted Japanese restaurant, is in the heart of Capitol Hill. Their foods are both delicious, innovative, and beautiful. Their airy, Northwest atmosphere expertly blends both the Pacific Northwest and Japanese cultures. Indulge. Delight.
Molly Moon’s Homemade Ice Cream: This amazingly local ice cream parlor aims to make the world a better place – one scoop and smile at a time. They use local whenever possible, and organic and fair-trade always! I mean, it must be good, right? People line up down the block for a taste!
There you go! You can start with a finely pressed juice, to breakfast, lunch, dinner, dessert, and the after party! What are your favorite places on Capitol Hill?
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