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Seattle: Get Down to Georgetown
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One of Seattle's oldest neighborhoods, Georgetown was actually an independent city from 1904-1910, before being annexed by Seattle. The area was then full of independent breweries and saloons, and its incorporation was a defensive move against Prohibition. The original red-brick Rainier Brewery is still here, but now it's home to artists' studios, coffeehouses and bars, and independent shops.

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