Capitol Hill & International District

Seattle, as one of the most important cities of the Pacific Rim, offers the most authentic Asian cuisine in the US. Enjoy Dim Sum, Sushi, Chinese or Vietnamese food. Hundreds of shops supply Chinese herbs and spices, ceramics and furniture imports.

Just north of the International District is Capitol Hill, considered the core of Seattle gay culture and counterculture, as well as home of many of the city's most notable mansions and fashionable nightclubs and restaurants. Bookstores, ethnic and fine restaurants, coffee shops and nightclubs draw neighborhood and Puget Sound residents as well as visitors from outside the region.

The Pike/Pine street corridor links Capitol Hill with downtown and is chock-full of unusual restaurants, funky gift shops, contemporary furniture stores and art galleries. Pike and Pine streets are also the core of the neighborhood nightclub action. The center of Capitol Hill's arts district and the longest running north-south street is 12th Avenue New condos and apartments, many of which are considered affordable for the area, are being constructed on 12th. Conversely, the shops and restaurants on Avenue tend to attract the wealthy and families with children.


Northwest Asian American Theatre
Theatre Off Jackson
Top Gun Seafood Restaurant
Bush Garden


Hing Hay Park
Catherine Person Gallery
Wing Luke Asian Museum


Green Leaf
Top Gun Seafood Restaurant
Sea Garden
Ho Ho Seafood Restaurant
Kaizuka Teppanyaki and Sushi Bar
Honey Court Seafood Restaurant
Kau Kau Barbeque Market
Sun-Ya Restaurant
Seven Stars Pepper Szechuan Restaurant
King Cafe
Shanghai Garden
Bush Garden
Ga Ga Loc
Sichuanese Cuisine
A Little Bit of Saigon
Saigon Bistro


Hostelling International at the American Hotel
Panama Hotel

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