Neighborhood Hot Spots
Stussy is a clothing brand and privately owned company inspired by the surfwear trend originating in Orange County, California. Since then, the style has grown into street wear, and has made its Seattle home in the First Hill neighborhood. 1108 Pike St, Website
A Seattle icon, the Sorrento Hotel is conveniently located a short distance from Downtown and Capitol Hill. This boutique hotel offers personalized service, unique guestrooms and suites, Italianate architecture and a warm, welcoming atmosphere. Enjoy a meal at the Hunt Club, a relaxing evening in the Fireside Room or afternoon tea in their historic lobby. 900 Madison St, Website.
Frye Art Museum first opened its doors in 1952 and has since displayed its late-nineteenth and early-twentieth-century Europeans paintings, along with internationally renowned and emerging artists. The museum also has an extensive list of public programs, lecture series, classes, and school and educator programs. 704 Terry Ave, Website.
Situated on the border of First Hill and the Central District, the Lemongrass serves authentic Vietnamese cuisine in a colorful, elegant setting. With its décor as colorful as its menu, the Lemongrass serves up savory satay, curry, meat and seafood dishes, as well as an extensive wine and happy hour list. 514 12th Ave, Website
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