Recommended by Julianne Bell
Known for being Seattle’s oldest neighborhood, gritty, industrial Georgetown is quietly becoming a culinary destination, with a high concentration of underrated under-the-radar gems. Consider: the cask-aged beer of Machine House Brewery, the fiery hot chicken of Sisters and Brothers, the cured meats of Hitchcock Deli, and the beer-battered, deep-fried tacos of El Sirenito, to name a few. At this annual spring food walk, you can scoop up all those and other offerings from more than 30 different vendors, like the artisan confections of Fran's Chocolates and the upscale vegetarian pub fare of Georgetown Liquor Company.
Georgetown neighborhood, Seattle, WA