Turn your Valerie Madison visit in to an experience of the beautiful and historic Madrona and surrounding neighborhoods. Grab a coffee nearby, shop local boutiques during your excursion, or celebrate with a drink after deciding on your dream ring! Below are a few Valerie Madison staff-picked recommendations all within a three mile radius.
Bottlehouse offers lunch, dinner and happy hour in their quaint outdoor patios. Enjoy hand-picked wines, artisanal cheeses & cured meats on their cozy decks.
Stylish and unique shoes and clothing. Our staff is gaga over these fresh and funky styles.
Enjoy steak frites & French classics in a newly expanded outdoor patio. They offer dine-in, takeout, and a full bar.
Delicious ice cream made with local ingredients, what's not to love? They offer classics, seasonal flavors, and at least one vegan option. Yum!
Serving breakfast classics and sandwiches, Hi-Spot has charming outdoor seating and serves coffee to go if you're visiting us in the morning.
Decadent cupcakes and delicious coffee. Our team loves the Oat Milk Vanilla Lattes and Salted Caramel Cupcakes.
Need we say more? Collectable hand blown glass votives in hundreds of beautiful colors.
Just down the street, Cortona Cafe serves coffee, tea, waffles, and baked goods to go.
Valerie's go-to salon for manicures with nail art.
Liz's go-to artist for detailed nail art.
A staple of the neighboring Central District, Fat's offers southern classics and a famous brunch menu to go. Their brunch is so popular we recommend budgeting in extra time for your order.
Plum is doubtlessly one of Seattle's finest vegan restaurants. Organic, sustainable vegan dishes featuring seitan & tofu in an industrial-chic space.
Arguably Seattle's best taqueria. You can't go wrong with juicy asada tacos or try the nopal asado for a vegetarian treat.
Browse clothing for all genders in a lush greenhouse storefront.
Eco-friendly designer apparel and home goods.
Located in the heart of Capitol Hill, Seattle, this nearby park is home to a historic water tower, conservatory and Asian Art Museum.