Eastlake, Seattle Places

Part of our Seattle travel guide; our list of the best things to see in Eastlake, including The Center For Wooden Boats, Gas Works Park and JOEY Lake Union.
  • The best place in Eastlake Seattle: The Center For Wooden Boats

    The Center For Wooden Boats

    1010 Valley St
    An intriguing museum where you can learn about Maritime culture and experience sailing traditional wooden boats. The center's programs allow you to get a hands-on feel, putting in control of crafting and sailing your own wooden craft. Visit on Sunday for a free boat ride on a classic wooden boat. Rides are offered year-round. At times artist-in-residence Saaduuts leads programs.
    Eastlake food nearby
  • Gas Works Park

    Gas Works Park

    2101 N Northlake Way
    Gas Works Park, or "Gasworks", as locals call it, is Wallingford's oddly endearing refuge along the north part of Lake Union — prominently featuring the rusting, hulking remains of the city's old gasworks piping and machinery. More conventionally, a solitary bump of a hill offers the ideal spot for kite flying and views across the lake of sailboats, float planes landing, and downtown Seattle at sunset.
    Eastlake eat nearby
  • JOEY Lake Union

    JOEY Lake Union

    901 Fairview Ave N
    The best in premium casual dining since 1992. BC, Alberta, Manitoba, Ontario and Washington State. All about exceptional dining experiences. And fun.
  • Top Pot Doughnuts

    Top Pot Doughnuts

    609 Summit Ave E
    Nestled into the neighborhood and a favorite weekend hang out for locals. Incredible doughnuts (try the feather boa doughnut!) in a very Seattle-y atmosphere. Drip coffee isn't so hot, but the freshly-brewed options are all good.
    Capitol Hill
  • Dukes Chowderhouse Restaurant

    Dukes Chowderhouse Restaurant

    901 Fairview Ave N
    Duke’s is a casual, comfortable place to eat with the highest standards for quality and flavor: all natural chicken and 100% grass-fed beef, wild gulf prawns and wild Alaskan salmon, 100% all-natural clam chowder. We take care of your taste buds!
  • Eastlake Bar & Grill

    Eastlake Bar & Grill

    2947 Eastlake Ave E
    Best deck in the city!
  • Little Water Cantina

    Little Water Cantina

    2865 Eastlake Ave E
    2865 Eastlake Ave. E. (206) 397-4940, www.littlewatercantina.com, twitter: @lilwatercantina
  • Grand Central Bakery

    Grand Central Bakery

    1616 Eastlake Ave E
    A Portland and Seattle favorite, Grand Central is a locally owned artisan bakery. Visit our neighborhood bakery/cafes to experience first hand our incredible artisan bread, buttery pastries, tasty hand made soups and delicious sandwiches.
    Capitol Hill
  • Louisa's Bakery and Cafe

    Louisa's Bakery and Cafe

    2379 Eastlake Ave E
    Louisa's Cafe & Bakery lives in the heart of the Eastlake community. Serving fresh, eclectic fare & classic American pastries inspired by the Eastlake community and Seattle at large!
    Capitol Hill
  • Sushi Kappo Tamura

    Sushi Kappo Tamura

    2968 Eastlake Ave E.
    Pacific Northwest ingredients prepared in authentic Japanese style.
  • Ravish


    2956 Eastlake Avenue E
    Ravish On Eastlake is a small, intimate restaurant and bar offering happy hour, dinner and private event catering! Come enjoy shared plates made with the freshest local ingredients, paired with inspired cocktails and a selection of beers and wines!
  • I Love Sushi on Lake Union

    I Love Sushi on Lake Union

    1001 Fairview Ave N
    Check out I Love Sushi on Lake Union's Happy Hour Monday thru Friday from 4pm to 6pm (except Holidays). Great menu items starting from $3 such as real crab California rolls, sushi, sashimi & much more!!!
  • 14 Carrot Cafe

    14 Carrot Cafe

    2305 Eastlake Ave E
    Breakfast and Lunch. Breakfast served all day.
    Capitol Hill
  • I-5 Colonnade Mountain Bike Park

    I-5 Colonnade Mountain Bike Park

    1600 Lakeview Blvd
    I-5 Colonnade in Seattle, Washington, United States, is a 7.5-acre city park underneath Interstate 5 connecting the Capitol Hill and Eastlake neighborhoods, which were divided by the freeway in the 1960s. It stretches south of E. Howe Street to E. Garfield Street between Franklin Avenue E. and Lakeview Boulevard E. It was created in 2005.
    Capitol Hill eat nearby
  • Fairview Park

    Fairview Park is a 0.8-acre park located in Seattle, Washington, on the eastern shoreline of Lake Union along Fairview Avenue E. between E. Hamlin and Allison Streets. It includes a P-Patch and a boat launch.
    Eastlake restaurants nearby
  • Blind Pig Bistro

    Blind Pig Bistro

    2238 Eastlake Ave E
    In Eastlake at 2238 Eastlake Ave
    Capitol Hill
  • Serafina


    2043 Eastlake Ave E
    Homepage for Serafina and Cicchetti, serving Italian and Mediterranean cuisine in the Eastlake neighborhood of Seattle
    Capitol Hill
  • Seattle Seaplanes

    Seattle Seaplanes

    1325 Fairview Ave E
  • Residence Inn Seattle Downtown/Lake Union

    Residence Inn Seattle Downtown/Lake Union

    800 Fairview Ave N
  • Private Eye Tours

    Private Eye Tours

    809 Fairview Pl N
  • Silver Cloud Inn

    Silver Cloud Inn

    1150 Fairview Ave N
  • Fisheries Supply Company

    Fisheries Supply Company

    1900 N Northlake WaySte 10
  • Lake Union Crew

    Lake Union Crew

    11 E Allison St
  • Moss Bay

    Moss Bay

    1001 Fairview Ave NSte 1900
  • Siam on Lake Union

    Siam on Lake Union

    1629 Eastlake Ave E
  • Cicchetti


    121 E Boston
    Come celebrate Valentine's Day at Cicchetti! Thursday, February 14th, we will be featuring a 5-course menu showcasing some of the best cuisine from the
    Capitol Hill
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