When it comes to Seattle neighborhoods, Queen Anne, Capitol Hill, Fremont, and Ballard seem to soak up the lime light. It makes sense considering they’re filled with must-visit bars, coffee shops, and restaurants. Recently I had the opportunity to visit the neighborhood of Georgetown, south of Seattle. I was pleasantly surprised by what I found. Arguably Seattle’s oldest neighborhood, walking around you can still see the history of industrial buildings and factories. This quaint little neighborhood is the perfect weekend afternoon activity.
Stop by Georgetown for chocolate at Fran’s Chocolate Factory, for coffee and board games at the Conservatory, some vintage finds at the Georgetown Trailer Park Mall, and falafels from the Hallava Falafel Food truck.
You can check out my thrifting post with the Trailer Park Mall as the background here.
It’s finally spring in Seattle, and with the weather warming up, I’ve taken advantage and have started pulling out my lighter clothes and flats. This look was perfect for walking around and popping in and out of shops. I’m in love with this quilted bomber jacket (I’ve been wearing it non-stop lately) because it’s warm but not too warm. When it comes to touristing,
All photography by Holly Phan.
What other Seattle neighborhoods do you recommend?