Roosevelt neighborhood is centrally located for generous green spaces, dining options, and shopping within walking distance from home.
Our Neck of the Woods
Theo’s in the heart of the Roosevelt Neighborhood bordered by U-District to the south and Green Lake to the west. Minutes from the 1-5 and public transport, it’s easy to access greater Seattle, but there’s also so much to do close by, too. Plan your adventure today, and explore everything Roosevelt has to offer.
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EASY COME, EASY GO
Blocks away from the new Roosevelt Transit Station, it’s never been easier to get around our neighborhood. Easily find your next adventure anywhere in the greater Seattle area (and make it home in time for happy hour).
Head out just for errands or for a whole afternoon, everything from the grocery store to a winery are in walking distance.
Grab your bike for a day on the trail or just part of your day. Either way, it’s easy to ride your two-wheeler to and fro.
Things To Do
WE TAKE FUN SERIOUSLY
Plentiful parks, ample shopping, and generous eats provide lots to do close to home.
Get (a Little) Lost
Raise your heart rate or slow your roll by exploring the trails in half a dozen nearby parks.
Become a Regular
When you’d rather have an old favorite than someplace new, setting into your favorite corner booth and order the usual.
Morning Fix at Broadcast Coffee
Just around the corner, start a long day right with quality roasted espresso and a genuinely friendly face serving it at Broadcast Coffee. When you need to work, they’ll keep the coffee (and WiFi) coming.
Brunch at Portage Bay
While their menu cycles to feature seasonal ingredients, you can always rely on Portage Bay for a pile of fresh whipped cream and berries from the breakfast bar on top of something delightfully pan-fried.
Lunch at Sunlight Cafe
Whenever you miss homemade meals, stop in to Sunlight Cafe for homey vegan breakfast, lunch, or dinner like they’ve been serving since 1976. Ownership’s stayed in the family all this time!
Game Night at Distant Worlds
More than a coffeehouse, Distant Worlds is a haven for passionate people (or as they call themselves, geeks) with housemade pastries to keep you fueled during Dungeons and Dragons and study groups alike.
Dinner at Olympic Pizza
For over two decades, Andrea and Irini Michelakis have been slinging Greek-style pizza (and serving classic Greek cuisine) at Olympic Pizza. They won’t judge if you order the same thing every time.