First Hill, Seattle Places

Part of our Seattle travel guide; our list of the best things to see in First Hill, including Big Mario's New York Pizza, Frye Art Museum and Columbia Center.
  • The best place in First Hill Seattle: Big Mario's New York Pizza

    Big Mario's New York Pizza

    1009 E Pike St
    Seattle's only true New York style thin crust pizza. Huge, foldable slices or whole pies. Full bar with lots of local beers. Pizza window open late night.
    Capitol Hill
  • Frye Art Museum

    Frye Art Museum

    704 Terry Ave
    Tu–Sa: 10AM-5PM, Su: 12PM-5PM, Th: 10AM-8PM, closed on Mondays. Free admission. A small private collection on First Hill, always has parking and worth a visit.
    First Hill eat nearby
  • Columbia Center

    Columbia Center

    701 5th Ave
    $5 adults, $3 students. The second tallest building on the West Coast and the tallest in Seattle has its own 73rd floor observation deck. Great views from the top. Arguably a better (and definitely cheaper!) view than offered by the Space Needle, though it doesn't cover a full 360 degrees and the space is shared with the city traffic monitoring center. This building isn't well known as a tourist attraction, so there is little to no line to get to the top. Occasional closures due to private events or security alerts.
    Downtown restaurants nearby
  • Caffe Vita Coffee Roasting Company

    Caffe Vita Coffee Roasting Company

    1005 E Pike St
    Caffé Vita Coffee Roasting Company, commonly known as Caffé Vita, is a coffee roasting company in Seattle, Washington. Part of the third wave coffee movement, Caffé Vita has been named one of the top ten places "to get the best coffee in America." They source their coffee directly from farmers in Guatemala, Brazil, Ethiopia, Panama, and Sumatra.
    Capitol Hill
  • Quinn's


    1001 E Pike St
    Welcome to Quinns - Scott and Heather Staples (owners of Restaurant Zoe) gastropub located at 10th and Pike on Capitol Hill. Our menu features half baked chicken, wild boar sloppy joes, fish and chips, and a great burger. We have 14 beers on tap - including several Trappist ales - and of course a full bar.
    Capitol Hill
  • Via Tribunali

    Via Tribunali

    913 E Pike St
    Neapolitan pizza embodies the essence of what authentic Italian pizza should be; soft, well cooked, fragrant and enclosed in a high, soft edge of crust. As a member of the Verace Pizza Napoletana Association, Via Tribunali respects the culinary discipline associated with making authentic Neapolitan pizza. Specific preparation, ingredients and method of cooking are essential to recreating the tradi
    Capitol Hill
  • Seattle University

    901 12th Ave
    A private Jesuit university.
    First Hill food nearby
  • Seattle Central Library

    1000 4th Ave
    M-Th 10AM-8AM, F-Sa 10AM-6PM, Su noon-6PM. Free. A dramatic glass and steel structure in the heart of downtown Seattle, designed by Rem Koolhaas. This is not an average public library and has become a tourist destination in its own right. A popular way to experience the unique architecture of the building is to take an elevator to the 10th floor, the highest observation deck. From here you can walk down to the main floor through the Book Spiral; the core of the structure which organizes the library's books in one continuous path of uninterrupted Dewey Decimal progression.
    Downtown eat nearby
  • Museum of the Mysteries

    954 E Union St
    Mon-Fri 12 PM—8:30 PM; Sat 12 PM—10 PM; Sun 1:30 PM—5:30 PM. $3 adults; $2 children 8-16; free for children below 8. Not so much a museum as a curio collection, featuring a hodge-podge of mysteries, from Bigfoot print casts to rare tarot card collections. Also has a gallery on Bruce Lee's days in Seattle.
    Capitol Hill restaurants nearby
  • Marination Station

    Marination Station

    Harvard Market, 1401 Broadway
    Hawaiian Korean curb cuisine coming out of Seattle's sauciest food truck (and a brick & mortar now, too!). Follow us on Twitter for up-to-the-minute curbside action. @curb_cuisine
    Capitol Hill
  • Po Dog

    Po Dog

    1009 E Union St
    Po Dog located in Seattle's Capitol Hill 1009 E Union St 206-325-6055 Twitter: @PoDog FREE Wi-Fi
    First Hill
  • Big Mario's Pizza

    Big Mario's Pizza

    1009 E Pike St
    If you love Big Mario's, go say so on Yelp!Twitter: BigMariosPizzaWeb Site:
    Capitol Hill
  • Garage


    1130 Broadway
    A trendy billiards hall and bowling alley, built in a spacious former garage - no problem handling large groups. Multiple bars with food service, and an outdoor patio (weather permitting).
    First Hill
  • Town Hall

    Town Hall

    1119 8th Ave
    Town Hall is a cultural center and performance hall located on Seattle, Washington, USA's First Hill. Built as the Fourth Church of Christ, Scientist, from 1916 to 1922, it was sold to its current owners in 1998 and reopened in 1999.
    Downtown eat nearby
  • The Rainier Club

    The Rainier Club

    820 4th Ave
    The Rainier Club is a private club in Seattle, Washington; it has been referred to as "Seattle's preeminent private club." Its clubhouse building, completed in 1904, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It was founded in 1888 in what was then the Washington Territory. As of 2008, the club has 1,300 members.
  • Sorrento Hotel

    Sorrento Hotel

    900 Madison Street
    Sorrento Hotel is an Italian oasis style hotel in Seattle, Washington, United States, located at the historic First Hill neighborhood.
  • Cyber Dogs

    Cyber Dogs

    909 Pike St
    We're an internet cafe located behind The Paramount Theatre and one block up from The Washington State Convention Center.We serve international gourmet vegitarian hot dogs. In addition to that we have soups, espresso drinks and beer!
    Capitol Hill
  • Mediterranean Express

    Mediterranean Express

    1417 Broadway
    Tantalize your tastebuds with freshly cooked Mediterranean food, Dine in, Take Out or Catering: GYROS HUMMUS KABOB SHAWARMA FALAFEL BABA GHANOUSH BAKLAWA
    Capitol Hill
  • Ayutthaya Thai Restaurant

    Ayutthaya Thai Restaurant

    727 E Pike St
    Ayutthaya Thai Restaurant in Capitol Hill Seattle, WA
    Capitol Hill
  • Snout and Co.

    Snout and Co.

    Mobile Food Truck
    feeding one mouth at a time
  • Café Presse

    Café Presse

    1117 12th Ave
  • Honey Hole Sandwiches

    Honey Hole Sandwiches

    703 E Pike St
    Damn that's a Good Sandwich!
    Capitol Hill
  • Piroshki on Madison

    Piroshki on Madison

    1219 Madison St
    Piroshki on 3rd
    First Hill
  • Osteria La Spiga

    Osteria La Spiga

    1429 12th Ave
  • BunsOnWheels


    Food Truck
    Buns On Wheels is a mobile kitchen serving gourmet burgers made from premium, local ingredients.
  • Boom Noodle

    Boom Noodle

    1121 E Pike St
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