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Seattle City Guide Ballard: An area that has continued to grow in the past few years, Ballard is well known for its fabulous dining and perfectly procured boutiques.
About 15 minutes from Downtown Seattle, it is well worth a visit just to discover the unique and still-growing list of locally owned establishments, including a few of our top picks: With dramatic black walls, and wonderfully unique items, Lucca is a must see for Ballard.
With everything from schoolhouse chairs and rows and rows and rows of old windows and doors, antique hardware, and great vintage lighting, this is a treasure hunt worth going on!
If there is such a thing as a plant boutique, this is it. They specialize in Palms and Cacti perfect for sustainable gardens. A little NYC in Seattle?
Other Shops Worth a Stop: Lots of pretty little goodies from independent designers line the shelves of this beloved boutique. Stop in for anything from bags to art and jewelry! Simple, beautiful design is their forte. The much anticipated pizza place established by blogger Molly Wizenberg, aka Orangette has a loyal following, but be prepared to wait for your little slice of heaven.
Before cupcakes were the next big thing, there was Cupcake Royale. Try their award winning Lavender or go with a classic Red Velvet.
Most locals will agree — good Mexican and Latin fare in Seattle is hard to come by. This is the exception. Amazing Spanish tapas and a simple but fabulous wine list. Or opt for a signature cocktail! The food just happens to be almost as amazing, too. Capitol Hill is the cultural beacon of Seattle.
It is home to more than a few excellent local coffee houses and bars, a healthy indie music and arts scene, and neighborhood parks. The dining and nightlife list alone would require its own guide, but there are a few standout shops that we can easily recommend: New and vintage modern furnishings in a huge space with a great selection.
Color reigns supreme at this fabulous shop where refurbished vintage pieces are paired with custom and designer pillows and lamps. Gorgeous finds from owner Leah Steen take on a trendy twists make this store a must!
Indie shopping at its best, La Rousse features uber cool up and coming designers that make unique additions to the wardrobe. Expect some very original finds in by real craftsmen in organic materials. True to its name, there is a retro pop vibe to this shop that houses cool pieces from modern designers like Angela Adams, Kartell and Philippe Starck accessorized with fun books, tabletop, bags and more.
Award winning coffee and gourmet lunches during the day, a full bar and ever changing menu at night. A sweet little hidden spot for fresh morning crepes, coffee and local artist displays. This restaurant has long been a favorite of Seattlites for their delicious traditional Southern fare and infamous red velvet cake.
The latest restaurant from another beloved local chef, Ethan Stowell, this Italian-inspired seafood and pasta joint has everyone talking. A recent move from its smaller Eastlake location up to Capitol Hill should be interesting!
This space is worth a visit simply for the inspiration. Owner Ted Watson has some of the most exquisite taste and style in Seattle, and it shows in his stores — one located near Pioneer Square and the other smaller store by Pike Place Market.
The shop has a French flea market feel, and boasts a fine selection of tabletop, paper, art, jewelry, and candles. Always a great place to find an original gift.
Gorgeous case pieces from Oly mixed with vintage and antique home goods and furniture, this small shop on an upper floor near Pioneer Square operates on an appointment only basis. Do we even need to tell you to be sure to stop by the market?
A large variety of cookware and tabletop items, cooking lessons, and a very helpful staff. Where do we go when we need a delectable birthday cake?
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