Indulge in the
Delicious Business District
Eating well in South Park goes without saying. 5-A-Day is easy with fresh juices and cocktail cups from Jugos y Tortas, or smoothies at South Park Espresso. Step in from the rain at Via Vadi Caffè, and stay for a slice at neighboring Napoli Pizzeria. If you’re craving authentic Mexican food, your only challenge is choice: Juan Colorado, Muy Macho, and Jalisco serve homemade dishes for the whole family. For a different flavor you’ll find our very own Teriyaki joint tucked behind Jugos y Tortas on the main drag.
In a hurry? Look for Union 76, where you’ll find Taqueria El Rincon taco truck and South Park Subway. Or grab a quick to go salad or sandwich at Stockbox Grocery. Later you can slow down with friends, brews, and Seattle-style tavern burgers at Loretta’s.
Don’t let a full tummy distract you from our convenient neighborhood services. Remember to bring your car for tune-up and tires while you freshen up at the salons. South Park has a dentist, a laundromat, a gift shop, a mail stop, a pet shop, accountants, and travel agents.
Come get to know our neighborhood.
“The flavor (in South Park) is also distinctly Latino as well. The Mexican food here is a diet busting feast, with generous portions that defy price theory. There are no Starbucks or Tullys here. There isn’t a chain in sight except for the ones on peoples wallets and the Subway at the gas station.”
– Roger Valdez
To get another perspective on the unique character of South Park, check out the article South Park Then and Now
South Park Business District
South Park Business District borders the Duwamish River on one end and South Director Street on the other end of 14th Avenue South. It contains retail businesses offering everything from tacos to tires. Check out their website which is filled with pictures, business information and interesting tidbits about our local business owners.