Central District, Seattle Places

Part of our Seattle travel guide; our list of the best things to see in Central District, including Central Cinema, Central Cinema and Skillet Diner.
  • The best place in Central District Seattle: Central Cinema

    Central Cinema

    1411 21st Ave
    A unique, smaller movie theater that shows older films. Has excellent food and beer that is served during the show. If you happen to be in town for the monthy screening of The Room, check it out as it's the best worst movie you'll ever see.
    Capitol Hill
  • Central Cinema

    Central Cinema

    1411 21st Ave
    A unique, smaller movie theater that shows older films. Has excellent food and beer that is served during the show. If you happen to be in town for the monthy screening of The Room, check it out as it's the best worst movie you'll ever see.
    Capitol Hill
  • Skillet Diner

    Skillet Diner

    1400 E Union St
    We are a modern American diner & leading producer of bacon jam.
    Capitol Hill
  • Poco Wine Room

    Poco Wine Room

    1408 E Pine St
    A self-billed bistropub, home to a hefty list of wines by the glass (including on tap), full bar, and beers on tap. Quiet and friendly on weeknights.
    Capitol Hill
  • Restaurant Zoe

    Restaurant Zoe

    1318 E Union St
    Opened February 2012
    Capitol Hill
  • Lark


    926 12th Ave
    Chef John Sundstrom's artisan-focused Seattle restaurant 926 12th Avenue Seattle, WA 98122 206.323.5275 www.larkseattle.com info[at]larkseattle[dot]com Follow us on Twitter! @larkseattle
    Central District
  • Seattle Buddhist Church

    1427 S Main St
    In the summer the community hosts a Japanese bon odori festival on the street out front.
    Central District food nearby
  • Book Sale - Friends of the Seattle Public Library

    Building 30
    Many items for $1. Held twice yearly, in April and September. Over 200,000 books, CDs, and videos from library surplus and private donations occupy an entire airplane hanger.
    Atlantic eat nearby
  • Twice Sold Tales

    725 E
    Denny Way (at Harvard Ave.), open daily 9 AM - 10 PM. Capitol Hill's used bookstore before the arrival of Half Price Books. A good selection of literature, philosophy and more contemporary reads. Home of numerous cats who appear to have free reign.
  • Old School Frozen Custard

    Old School Frozen Custard

    1316 E. Pike St.
    The Miracle on 34th St.
    Capitol Hill
  • Canon: Whiskey and Bitters Emporium

    Canon: Whiskey and Bitters Emporium

    928 12th Ave
    With more than 2000 labels, canon boasts the largest spirits collection in the US. Dinner served until 1am everyday.
    Central District
  • Anchovies & Olives

    Anchovies & Olives

    1550 15th Ave
    Oyster Power Hour Sun-Thurs 5 - 6 and 10- close. $1 oysters, $5-$8 snacks, $2 Peroni, $5 prosecco & select red & white wines.
    Capitol Hill
  • Twilight Exit

    Twilight Exit

    2514 E Cherry St
    Happy Hour Mon-Thurs 4pm - 8pm. 3pm-8pm on Fridays. Sat-Sun 12pm - 8pm. $1.50 PBR Draft, $3 Draft Ales, $2.50 Well Drinks. Karaoke every Sunday 9pm - 1am
    Central District
  • Ba Bar

    Ba Bar

    550 12th Avenue
    Street Food & Cold Drink
    Central District
  • Momiji Sushi Restaurant

    Momiji Sushi Restaurant

    1522 12th Avenue
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    Capitol Hill
  • Bluebird Homemade Ice Cream & Tea Room

    Bluebird Homemade Ice Cream & Tea Room

    1205 E Pike Street, Suite 1A
    Small-batch artisan ice cream. Nano-brewed craft sodas and beers.
    Capitol Hill
  • SOHO Coffee Co

    SOHO Coffee Co

    1918 E Yesler Way
    A neighborhood shop across from Pratt Park, serves Stumptown coffee and pastries from Alki Bakery. Free wi-fi. Great for meetings.
    Central District
  • Taco Del Mar

    Taco Del Mar

    2309 S Jackson St Ste 212
    Inside each of us is a dream, an aspiration. What we like to call your “Inner Baja.”
  • Eltana


    1538 12th Avenue
    Eltana was created by Stephen Brown and Daniel Levin, to make a deliciously different, hand-rolled bagel — and to bring it directly to you with flair, warmth and soul. We love the food we make. Not just the bagels and flatbreads hot out of the wood-fired hearth, but the simple and memorable street food from the Eastern Mediterranean that we serve to accompany our breads. We get joy out of hosting people — friends, family and those we don’t yet know. So, come December, please stop in, introduce yourself and give Eltana a try.
    Capitol Hill
  • Zaw


    1424 E Pine St
    Wherever and whenever possible, if it’s not seasonal, organic, unique or local, it just doesn’t get near ‘zaw. Order online and location information at www.zaw.com/locations.htm.
    Capitol Hill
  • Cheeky Cafe

    Cheeky Cafe

    1700 S Jackson St
    Comfort Food with a twist..There's a lot of ways to describe us, but whatever your tastes, we have something for everyone! Come on down and be treated like one of the family! Check out our info page to see what our daily specials are.
    Central District
  • Catfish Corner

    Catfish Corner

    2726 E Cherry St
    Seattle's "Original" Catfish Corner Smartar Tartar, also known as "The Smartar Sauce", is truly unique. You'll notice the difference in color. It's not white with pickles. The texture is different because of all the other ingredients in it.
    Central District
  • Barbeque Pit

    Barbeque Pit

    2509 E Cherry St
    The Barbeque Pit Seattle was built in 1927. It was started as a Model T garage. In the 1950's it was converted into a restaurant. It has been various Barbeque restaurants through out the years. The place serves as being a monument to the Central District. It has been patronized by many celebrities of the Central District and Seattle and beyond - Jimi Hendrix, Quincy Jones, Kenny G and Bruce Lee to name a few. The establishment is now trying to express its historical nature and serve again as a neighborhood monument. The Best Barbeque in Seattle is here!
    Central District
  • Cascina Spinasse

    Cascina Spinasse

    1531 14th Ave
    Since opening in August of 2008, Spinasse has garnered much acclaim for its interpretation of the traditional cuisine of the Piedmont region of Northern Italy. We welcome you to enjoy our handmade pastas and seasonally inspired dishes and desserts, alongside a carefully curated wine list. Our dining room reflects an authentic, rustic, classicality found in Piedmontese trattorias and our small bar features a birds-eye view of our open kitchen. Wherever you sit, your enjoyment of our food and the restaurant is of primary importance to us.
    Capitol Hill
  • Cafe Selam

    Cafe Selam

    2715 E Cherry St
    Visit our website: www.cafeselam.com
    Central District
  • Loving Hut

    Loving Hut

    1226 S Jackson St
    Loving Hut is the fastest growing international vegan chain of restaurants with over 120 branches worldwide.
    Central District
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