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Walking Seattle's Georgetown Neighborhood

All City Coffee.

Photo: Annie Musselman

A formerly rough-around-the-edges district called Georgetown is waking from a decades-long sleep thanks to spirited trailblazers with serious creative cred. Read the article

Destinations: Seattle

Inspired by: Seattle’s New Hot Neighborhood — by Meeghan Truelove, Published Nov. 2009

Restaurants (2)

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    All City Coffee

    An eclectic crowd of creative-class types, artists, and aerospace-industry employees from a nearby firm, come to feed their caffeine fix at Seth Le

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    Corson Building

    Chef Matt Dillon and restaurateur Wylie Bush decided to gut a building in an industrial neighborhood, remodel it, add a storybook garden entrance,

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    Totally Blown Glassworks

    Artist and Seattle native Dehanna Jones built this buzzing glassworks studio/gallery in the heart of up-and-coming Georgetown. Jones hand-blows her

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    Kirk Albert Vintage Furnishings

    This Georgetown decor shop sells cool collector furniture and one-of-a-kind and found objects. Devoted hunter and gatherer Kirk Albert scours the c

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    The Mix

    This Georgetown tavern and multimedia event venue is the place to be for indie fun with art shows, concerts, even all-day waffles and televised foo

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