Seattle likes to say it's a 'city of neighborhoods.' So why not venture out and enjoy them all. Here's my guide to what's great about Greenwood.
Although I question the sanity of ever ordering the burrito as big as a baby, I've never had a bad burrito here. Outdoor seating is a plus.
We call this place the scene of the crime since it's the kind of place folks might just find themselves cutting loose a bit more than usual. Hipsters and old timers rub sholders at this old school Seattle dive.
The curiosity shop associated with the literacy & writing organization 826 Seattle stocks hip t's, ray guns and a fun variety of other supplies needed for space travel. The good news is all of your purchases help support literacy and writing skills for young people.
Cozy little family run Mediterranean restaurant tucked into a nondescript strip in Greenwood. It's tight quarters and the service is leisurely but everything here is good.
Naked City is a great Greenwood room. Count on attentive service, movie nights and stellar beers brewed in house to keep you coming back to Don Webb's vision of a microbrew mecca.
Good selection of mexican food products and pinatas but the casual restaurant in the back of the shop is a hidden gem.
Greenwood's one stop spot for cold brews, Canadian bites ( like poutine) and all sports all the time on it's six screens. Perfect spot to get your fill of the Stanley Cup championship.
Dream about making your own perfect a-line skirt? This is the place for you. They offer sewing classes for kids & adults, machine rental and a selection of consigned fabrics plus it's available for special events.
Love the indoor and outdoor spaces at this Greenwood hangout. Friendly service, a nice selection of drafts and affordable happy hour bites make it a fine place to meet up with friends.