This is the main drag that slices across Capitol Hill, one of Seattle’s edgier communities just up the hill from downtown. Block after block of hip stores and a wide variety of cafés and restaurants attract a thriving gay culture and gritty youth population. On warm nights, Broadway is about as urban as Seattle gets as it surges with pedestrians. Thanks to the avenue’s proclivity for over-the-edge fashion, people-watching can be a year-round activity and great source of entertainment. Broadway has, until recently, served as the main route for the Seattle Pride March (see Capitol Hill). The march has now moved out of the area.
Broadway Performance Hall
Cal Anderson Park/ Lincoln Reservoir