Broadway is a neighborhood in north Seattle. Major streets in the area include Interstate 5, 15th Avenue and Madison Street. Broadway has plenty of bus stations from which neighborhood residents can get to other areas of the city. The downtown section of Seattle is a quick seven-minute drive from Broadway.
The Broadway Farmers Market takes place every Sunday year round and it's located on the corner of Broadway Avenue and East Pine Street. Neighborhood residents can stop by to get fresh local food.
Broadway is a diverse neighborhood filled with young professionals and families. It also features both wooded areas and open urban spots. Volunteer Park is a large green space in the eastern section of Broadway. The park has a pond, conservatory and hiking trails, and is also home to the Seattle Asian Art Museum.
Don't let the family-friendly atmosphere of Broadway's quiet streets fool you – the neighborhood has a lively night scene. Residents can spend their weekends at a variety of bars and clubs. For example, Oola Distillery makes gin, whiskey, bourbon and vodka and is a popular night spot.
You'll also discover live theater venues and unique restaurants in Broadway. There are plenty of independent bakeries and coffee shops in the area where residents sip a hot beverage in a relaxed atmosphere.