Seattle, WA 98122
- Sun, Sat 7am-11pm, Mon-Fri 6am-11pm
- MasterCard, Visa, cash
- Patio/Sidewalk Dining, Takeout, Wheelchair Accessible, Free Wifi
- Breakfast, Dinner, Lunch
- Not Necessary, Accepted
Seattle Weekly's Description
This is the perfect place to watch a beautiful, sunny afternoon slip away, ideally while sipping some iced coffee from this quality local coffee roaster, or munching on one of Vita's homemade baked goods. Tables scattered along the sidewalk outside overflow with chattering patrons, most of them Capitol Hill residents who didn't have to wander far from home, and many accompanied by dogs that are either resting quietly beside their feet or yapping at those passing by. The interior of the cafe is roomy with dark walls and wooden furniture that encourage a relaxing and tranquil atmosphere. When seating is scarce downstairs, baristas will direct you up to the vast room upstairs, but though it's spacious and comfortable, the best people-watching is clearly accomplished beside the huge front windows overlooking Pike Street.
Tips from foursquare
quiter, brighter, and better views upstairs.
More plugs upstairs.
The upstairs area is practically academic and the best place on Capitol Hill to get work done. Just save me a table, please.
Second floor is nice and quiet - perfect for an "office" :)
Get your guilt free cuppa fix...Fair trade coffee from sustainable farms around the world and it's darn good too!
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Best Of Awards
Local, sustainable, organic, fair-trade, shade-grown...Caffe Vita practically invented the artisinal vernacular.