• carla moreno


Living in Seattle can be quite the challenge when you've got 9-10 months of grey skies. Fortunately, there are many things to do in the Emerald City that can bring some joy and warmth on those dreary days and NEKO Cat Cafe is just the place!

Located in Capitol Hill, NEKO is inspired by the cat cafes found in Japan and throughout Asia. Here you can enjoy beer, wine, coffee, light nibbles and of course, plenty of kitty petting. The cafe houses about 12 cats, 7 which are adoptable.

Partnering with the Regional Animal Services of King County (RASKC), NEKO provides shelter to FeLV (Feline Leukemia Virus) positive cats.

Reservations are required to enter the cat room with $10 fee per person for 55 minutes and start at the top of the hour. Children must be accompanied by an adult.

If you're looking for something a little more private, NEKO offers some fun private event packages. From Paw Lickin' Power Lunch and Pawesome Pawty to Feline Frisky Fiesta and Champagne & Whiskers.

As for the nibbles, there's plenty of tasty human food on the menu such as Japanese Rice Crackers and Okazu Pan in (3 flavors) Beef Curry, Forbidden Lentil (V) and Bacon & Potato.

Make sure to try the Black Raven Kitty Kat - Pale Ale infused with Catnip & Blueberries!

So, there you have it. Don't go another day with Seattle's dreary grey, go and visit NEKO! These furry friends could use some love and I bet you could, too.



519 E Pine St Seattle, WA 98122 (206) 708-7287


MON, WED, THURS: 10am - 9pm TUES: CLOSED FRI: 10am - 10pm SAT: 9am - 10pm SUN: 9am - 9pm

For more information please visit: https://nekoseattle.com/

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