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Seattle : Around Town - Capitol Hill (part 3) - Shops, Places to Eat

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Shops

  1. Chartreuse International

    The emphasis is on contemporary housewares and collectible 1950s furnishings by international designers such as Herman Miller, Starck, Alessi, and Eames.

    • 711 E Pike St

  2. Bailey/Coy Books

    One of Seattle’s smaller book retailers  that specializes in gay and lesbian literature and periodicals. The staff is exceptionally well informed and friendly.

  3. Edie’s

    Big spenders and frugal shoppers alike can shop for men’s and women’s footwear from chic manufacturers such as MOD, Camper, Aquatalia, and Diesel.

    • 319 E Pine St

  4. Value Village

    This large thrift store is a Seattle original and has no pretension whatsoever. Items here are not necessarily fashionable, but they are always inexpensive.

    • 1525 11th Ave

  5. Lipstick Traces

    The shop carries an assortment of designer-class merchandise such as toothbrushes from Italy, imported soaps and handbags, and novelty greeting cards. Most of the commodities are made locally, and the owner also sponsors art openings every first Thursday of the month.

    • 303 E Pine St

  6. Atlas Clothing

    This trendy clothing store offers new and vintage wear along with shoes and acces­sories. Check out their array of colorful Adidas.

    • 1515 Broadway Ave E

  7. Martin Zambito Gallery

    Established in 1986, the art gallery specializes in 19th through 21st century American and early Northwest Region­alism, with special emphasis on contemporary figurative art, and early women artists.

    • 721 E Pike St

  8. Wall of Sound

    A treasured small, independent shop selling new and used music CDs. Carries obscure recordings of rock, jazz, ethnic music, electronic, modern classical, and anything out of the ordinary.

    • 315 E Pine St

  9. Edge of the Circle

    Seattle’s resource for all things pagan and occult. Search for books on wicca, feng shui, neo-paganism, and santeria, or purchase your own tarot deck, goblets, and chalices.

    • 701 E Pike St

  10. Crypt Off Broadway

    A bastion of fetish fashion since the 1980s, the store deals in the latest goth, punk, and industrial fashions. Also sells videos and other accessories.

    • 113 10th E

Some stores will specially order an item not in stock, and ship it to you when it arrives.


Places to Eat

  1. Galerias

    For savory Mexican fare that’s imaginatively prepared and not necessarily cheese heavy, this restaurant fits the bill with a wonderful decor and breezy room.

    • 611 E Broadway

    • 206 322 5757

  2. Deluxe Bar & Grill

    Serves an enviable list of brews and better-than-ordinary pub fare in the way of nachos, burgers, and salads.

    • 625 Broadway E

    • 206 324 9697

  3. Piroshki on Broadway

    A tiny counter-wide place to grab perfectly rolled Eastern European style stuffed pastry. Choose from cases filled with steaming meat and vegetable piroshkis.

    • 128 Broadway E

    • 206 322 2820

  4. Annapurna Café

    This family-run restaurant puts Nepalese, Indian, and Tibetan cuisine under one roof. Choose whichever dumpling, tandoori, or curry item sounds best.

    • 1833 Broadway

    • 206 320 7770

    • No wheelchair access

  5. Aoki

    This longtime Broadway establishment rivals any sushi restaurant in town. Sit at the bar and watch your food being prepared or relax in Aoki’s laid back dining room.

    • 621 Broadway E

    • 206 324 3633

  6. The Garage

    Dodge the crowds at this fine dining, drinking, bowling, and pool-playing place with local rock star cred.

    • 1130 Broadway

    • 206 322 2296

  7. Capitol Club

    Fashionably aware 30-somethings, Mediterranean fare, plumhued decor, and plush furnishings create the vibe at this popular spot. Strike it rich with the organic Kobe beef burger, a deluxe take on prole­tarian pride.

    • 414 E Pine St

    • 206 325 2149

  8. HoneyHole

    Find your way down Pike to this heartwarming source of Captiol Hill’s hugest and most succulent sandwiches.

    • 703 E Pike St

    • 206 709 1399

  9. Bimbo’s Bitchin’ Burrito Kitchen

    The alliterative name says it all, and everything here is a mouthful.

    • 506 E Pine St

    • 206 329 9978

  10. 1200 Bistro

    Outstanding cocktails and superb tasting plates.

    • 1200 E Pike St

    • 206 320 1200

Unless otherwise noted, all restaurants accept major credit cards and can accommodate vegetarians.

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