Delridge neighborhood street

Seattle Neighborhood Spotlight: Delridge

Delridge, which is located in West Seattle, offers a short commute downtown while providing less expensive rent prices than other Seattle neighborhoods.

Delridge Boundaries

Right off Route 99, Delridge is bordered by SW Roxbury Street to the south, WA-509 to the east, Duwamish Waterway and Elliot Bay to the north, 35th Ave SW and Harbor Ave SW to the south west.

Delridge is composed of nine smaller neighborhoods:

  • Cottage Grove
  • High Point
  • Highland Park
  • Pigeon Point
  • Riverview
  • Roxhill
  • Snake Hill
  • Westwood
  • Youngstown

Delridge History

In 1905 William Pigott and Judge E.M. Wilson opened the Seattle Steel Company. Delridge built up around the new steel mill beginning with a passenger train carrying 500 people from Seattle to the opening reception. The mill has been running strong since, and it is now occupied by Nucor Steel. Delridge itself, however, has grown into its own.

Delridge Attractions

Assuming moderate traffic, Delridge is only a 15 minute drive from downtown Seattle. This puts you right in the middle of the action as an easy home base for all of your adventures. You are in striking distance of the Museum of Flight, the Woodland Park Zoo, the Seattle Art Museum, the Space Needle, EMP Museum, Safeco Field, and more.

Where to Eat in Delridge

Throughout West Seattle you’ll find plenty of top choices you can comfortably reach from Delridge. You’ll find your benchmark town pizzerias, breweries, and steakhouses, as well as a few more unique eateries that will have you coming back to try each item on the menu, or saving the visit for a special event.

Marination Ma Kai

A Polynesian, Asian, and Mexican fusion restaurant that has a successful fleet of food trucks you can find throughout the city east of the water.

Pizzeria 22

Top notch wood-fired oven pizza with enough seating for 80+ guests, because no neighborhood is complete without the local benchmark pizza place.

Ma’ono Fried Chicken & Whisky

Since replacing Spring Hill, Ma’ono Fried Chicken & Whisky has been a major pull to West Seattle. Order a whole chicken, enough to feed 4-6 people, or just grab some curry and bacon rice, spicy mac n’ kimcheese, fresh sushi, or a sandwich for yourself. Hawaiian family recipes with a bar stocked for cocktails and enough choices to make a whiskey lover drool are all available here.

*Featured image by Joe Mabel via Wikimedia

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