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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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Georgetown, Seattle, WA, USA
Each June, in partnership with the Fremont Solstice Parade, HONK! Fest West comes to Seattle’s Georgetown neighborhood, bringing a high-decibel array of marching bands, drum corps, samba lines — anything and everything acoustic and mobile that...
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1500 Pike Pl, Seattle, WA 98101, USA
Nope, that’s not gelato being scooped up — at Ellenos, the cool dairy treats on offer are all rich, creamy Greek yogurt. But you’d be forgiven for thinking they were ice cream, with indulgent flavors like latte, marionberry pie, and lemon curd. At...
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6538 4th Ave S, Seattle, WA 98108, USA
This fun, cheap monster-burger joint with an Asian twist is the sister restaurant to Mashiko. Ground beef, chicken, pork loin, or tofu burgers are served katsu style: dipped in tempura batter, coated in panko bread crumbs, then deep fried. The...
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6430 Corson Ave S, Seattle, WA 98134, USA
An iconic, if perplexing, Seattle landmark, the Hat and Boots date back to 1953, when Seattle artist Lewis Nasmyth created the oversize accessories for a Western-themed gas station in Georgetown. The 44-foot-wide hat and 22-foot-high boots were an...