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Central District, also known as the Central Area of Seattle, lies midway between Lake Washington and the Central Business District, on the eastern side of Capitol Hill. It is Seattle’s oldest residential area that has survived to the modern era. This area, that African Americans affectionately call as the CD or the Colored District, is bounded by East Madison on the north, Martin Luther King Jr. Way on the east, 12th Avenue on the west, and Jackson Street on the south.
If you’re looking for landmarks, the City of Seattle designated these so you should find time to check them out. On the 18th Avenue, there’s the Old Firehouse and the Immaculate Conception Church. On the 17th Avenue, on what used to be the Bikur Cholim Synagogue, is the Langston Hughes Cultural Arts Center. On Washington Street is a Victorian House. On 26th Avenue is James Washington Jr.’s Home and Studio. And on the corner of 14th Avenue and Pine Street is the First African Methodist Episcopal Church.
Other notable places of interest include:
The Electric Lady Bicycles where you can buy fabulous bikes to see the sights of Seattle’s hills.
The Garfield Community Center offers an outdoor play area for your tykes. It also has a pool and a library.
For the foodies out there, CB has you covered. Due to its long history of cultural diversity, there is no shortage of food varieties from many parts of the world here, there’s Ethiopian, Vietnamese, Haitian, and, of course, American. There’s Fat’s Chicken and Waffles. Famous for its Louisiana-style fried chicken, this restaurant is owned and managed by long-time Central District residents. You can also check out Ezell’s Fried Chicken for some mouthwatering delights. There’s also NOVA that offers spicy, satisfying Thai delicacies.
For those who want to just kick back at the local watering hole, try out The Neighbor Lady, especially try out their alcoholic popsicles. If you want to just chill out with friendly people and have a glass of cold beer, head to Chuck’s Hop Shop or to the Twilight Exit.
For movie buffs, The Central Cinema can provide your much needed dine-in movie watching experience. Yes, you heard right; you can order food and they deliver it to your seat. If classic films and cartoon happy hours are your things, this place is perfect for date nights.
And if you’re looking for events, there’s the yearly Central Area Community Festival that aims to strengthen cultural diversity, pride, and even spirituality. There’s also the Bon Odori Festival to celebrate Japanese culture held every July.
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