Bryant Neighborhood, located in northeast Seattle, is not your typical residential neighborhood. Residents or visitors can find themselves browsing one of the neighborhood’s many independently owned shops, dining at a number of well-loved eateries, playing at the Ravenna-Bryant park, or hiking along the Burke-Gilman Trail.
Conveniently located ten minutes from downtown Seattle, Bryant is still able to retain a small-town atmosphere. The neighborhood is bounded on the west by Ravenna, University Place on the south, Laurelhurst and Windermere to the east and View Ridge and Wedgewood to the north. The Seattle skyline, Mount Rainer, and Lake Washington, just to name a few, provide this neighborhood with views that are hard to find anywhere else.
Bryant is home to the original Kidd Valley burger restaurant. As well as one of the busiest branches of the Seattle Public Library and a historic elementary school. Bryant Elementary School has been serving the community since 1918 and many residents consider this to be the hub of the neighborhood.
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