GET TO KNOW Bryant
Bryant is one of those Seattle neighborhoods that people rarely hear of. Let alone visit. It's safe to assume the residents like it that way. If you've taken the Burke-Gilman trail north from the University District, you have passed through the southern end of Bryant. Just north of Laurelhurst. Because Bryant is a relatively narrow neighborhood running north and south. It often gets lumped with its neighbors. Some Bryant homeowners the northern tip might even just call it Wedgwood for the sake of ease, but Bryant has its own character. It is almost exclusively residential. With a few commercial properties on the west border. 35th Ave NE, especially where it intersects with the east-west arterials (NE 55th, 65th, and 75th Streets). Still, one can easily run basic errands car-free. It is a very short drive to University Village when you need a big grocery run or some retail therapy.
WHERE TO SHOP
University Village: A dazzling open-air mall, featuring high-end retail, fine dining, delightful snacks, and plenty of other services.
WHERE TO CHILL
Queen Mary Tea Room: Get regal and have a traditional afternoon tea at one of the best tea rooms in the country.
WHERE TO BE OUTSIDE
Burke-Gilman Trail: Bryant is almost dead center of the Burke-Gilman Trail, making it easy to take a scenic trip north or west on this beloved bike and foot path.
WHERE TO EAT
St. Helen's Cafe: Upscale contemporary American food and cocktails served in a bright, airy environment, including a patio with a fire pit.
WHERE TO DRINK
Duchess Bar & Social Club: A spacious sports bar with lots of games, good pub food, and outdoor seating when the weather is nice.
LIVE IN Bryant
$651 kCondo Avg.
$1.064 mSingle Family Avg.
$5,1002 Bedroom Rent