Capitol Hill Seattle

Capitol Hill is a bustling, hip neighborhood within walking distance of Downtown. A stroll up Pine Street about 10 blocks past the convention center will take you to Broadway Street. This is a major street on Capitol Hill where you can find a hip dive bar Seattle natives come specifically for. The eastern border of this area, which has some of the hottest Seattle nightlife is bordered by 1-5 and the steep hill that you have to climb up if you're coming up, say, Madison Street.

A younger crowd fills the restaurants, shops, and cafés in this part of town. There is a variety of housing in this area of Seattle to suit the young mobile crowd, and Capitol Hill Seattle apartment rentals are abundant. Victorian houses converted into apartments, vintage bungalows and historic apartment buildings are some of the interesting places the residents of Capitol Hill call home. A large gay community is attracted to the nightlife of a gay Seattle Club, some of which are held on certain nights at different Capitol Hill bars. Techno, jazz and lounge, as well as rock shows give you variety so you can find the type of music you want by going to a certain Seattle club.

Volunteer Park is a landmark in Capitol Hill. This was once where the Seattle Art Museum was situated, and it is where you can find the Asian Art Museum. There is an ornate white conservatory, as well an old water tower. Walk up the 108 steps to get great views of the surrounding area and the park grounds. Adjacent to the park is the Lake View cemetery. This is where many of the city"s pioneers who have parks, streets and buildings named after them are laid to rest.

From the funky shops offering everything from ethnic imports, to used clothing shops, to the type of themed bar Seattle is known to have in this area, there is plenty to do in this part of town. Whether you like the wild nights of dancing at Neighbours or lounging in the hip Capitol Club, this neighborhood is the sort of place you could spend hours and never get bored, day or night. You could spend hours in the various stores, enjoy a late lunch or an early dinner and a drink at one of the Capitol Hill Bars, then dance the night away in a cool Seattle club.

Get away from the typical tourist areas like the waterfront and the Space Needle and come discover the real Seattle. The hip night life that gave birth to the grunge scene that exploded in the early 90s is still alive. Seattle"s night life starts and ends here, from the swanky bars to the cool private after parties that last till the wee hours of the morning. Your best bet to attend one of these is to just get out there and meet people.

Eating, shopping, dancing, and people watching are things which make Capitol Hill such a popular and well-known Seattle neighborhood. You will find a visit to a Seattle club an interesting occasion. Seattle bars is where the action is happening in this city, so if you want to be a part of it all while you"re in Seattle, be sure to visit by climbing the hill.

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