Mansionesque

Property Watch: A Little Slice of Mansion Life in Capitol Hill

This $735K condo conversion in a 1908 building has reverence to its original era—and a lofted suite.

09/29/2021 By Sarah Anne Lloyd

FORE PLAY

Macklemore’s Golf Line Bogey Boys Makes Us Want to Hit the Fairway

The popup, which includes a vintage mall and vendors from around Seattle, hit the old Totokaelo space Saturday, September 18.

09/17/2021 By Zoe Sayler

Kiki Culture

Inside Passage Is Enchantment (and Cocktails) Under the Sea

The immersive bar hidden behind Rumba serves stunning cocktails in a room inspired by the bottom of the sea.

09/17/2021 By Allecia Vermillion

Work of Art

Property Watch: A Cute and Stately Co-op by Cal Anderson Park

Thoughtful maintenance meets original cabinetry in this one-bedroom corner unit by Cal Anderson Park.

09/08/2021 By Sarah Anne Lloyd

Capitol Hill Neighborhood Guide

The Best Restaurants on Capitol Hill

From Italian food to Thai food to restaurants with amazing drinks, here's where to eat on Capitol Hill in Seattle.

08/27/2021 By Allecia Vermillion and Seattle Met Staff

CAPITOL GAINS

16 of Our Favorite Capitol Hill Shops

From covetable skincare at the just-opened Glossier to vintage sportswear at Throwbacks Northwest, find it all in Seattle's best shopping neighborhood.

08/26/2021 By Chelsea Lin, Rosin Saez, and Zoe Sayler

Bucket Brigade

Here’s What (and How) to Order at Taku

The Top Chef alum dishes up karaage, or Japanese fried chicken, in his Capitol Hill bar.

08/20/2021 By Allecia Vermillion

Opening Dispatch

4 Great New Bars and Restaurants Open(ed) This Week

Pizza! Banh mi! Enchantment (and cocktails) under the sea!

06/24/2021 By Allecia Vermillion

Tiny Tudor

Property Watch: A Cozy Vintage Condo in Capitol Hill

This small space is warm in every sense of the word.

06/16/2021 By Sarah Anne Lloyd

ANARCHIST JURISDICTION

What Really Happened in CHOP?

One year ago, protesters transformed six blocks on Capitol Hill and captured the nation’s attention. Nobody knew where this would go.

06/08/2021 By Marcus Harrison Green

Enclaves

The AIDS Memorial Pathway Is Capitol Hill's Latest Call for Action

A new art installation celebrates the response to the AIDS crisis in what was once Seattle’s undisputed queer hub.

06/07/2021 By Christy Carley

Best in the biz

King of the Hill Grocery Owner Abraham Aklilu Rules with Benevolence

He's seen it all on Capitol Hill.

06/04/2021 By Allison Williams Photography by Kyle Johnson

Saying Their Names

A Capitol Hill Light Project Honors Washingtonians Killed by Police

Through June 8, victims' names will appear on the west facade of Saint Mark's Episcopal Cathedral.

05/27/2021 By Benjamin Cassidy

Breakfast Updates

Canlis Alums Fill the Pastry Case at the New Volunteer Park Cafe and Pantry

As next chapters go, it's hard to imagine a better one for this cherished cornerstone of north Capitol Hill.

05/18/2021 By Allecia Vermillion

BACK, BABY

Baby & Company Returns to Seattle for a Monthlong Capitol Hill Popup

The 10th Ave Collective Popup features local businesses like Easy Street—and is just the first in a series of Seattle events the boutique has planned.

05/07/2021 By Zoe Sayler

Bucket-Based Dining

Shota Nakajima Reopens Taku as a House of Fried Chicken

Karaage will rule the menu when the Top Chef contestant's Capitol Hill bar returns in May.

04/19/2021 By Allecia Vermillion

Tiny Castles

Property Watch: A Fairy-Tale Apartment in Capitol Hill

Come for the whimsical revival architecture, stay for the giant back deck.

03/17/2021 By Sarah Anne Lloyd Photography by PNW Home Photography

Big Witch Energy

Juicebox's Successor, Glinda Wine Shop, Alights on 12th Ave

Next year, hopefully, Glinda will also become a wine bar.

10/16/2020 By Allecia Vermillion

Serve yourself

The Taps Are Ready at Rapport, Seattle's First Self-Serve Bar

Grab your growlers and head on over.

08/14/2020 By Annette Maxon

Arts Opening

Capitol Hill's New Julian Peña Gallery Is Tiny and Audacious

The arts space packs a for-profit gallery, and a nonprofit focused on underrepresented artists, into a compact footprint.

07/17/2020 By Stefan Milne