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1
Glad you reviewed Roux - always packed when I walk by
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Also Fremont 1AM has great food & service - open until 3 AM on Fri/Sat too
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Nickerson Street is most definitely not in Lower Queen Anne.
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@3 If it's South of the ship canal, East of 15th/Elliott, North of Denny and West of Westlake Ave, it's Queen Anne. If it's not on the elevated portion, it's lower Queen Anne.
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@4: I know this is Seattle, where people think words get to mean whatever they want them to mean, but NO. You are wrong.

See this pink box? That's Lower Queen Anne. It has demarcated boundaries, set by the city, for statistical purposes and for directional clarity.

It is also more than a mile from Nickerson, with a massive fucking hill between the two places that must be scaled or circumnavigated to get from one to the other.

Nickerson and the hill's northern slope have no formal designation, but the most common colloquial ones are "the back of Queen Anne" or "near SPU".

6
Yikes! 2 blocks from Fremont Bridge is not Lower Queen Anne. Give me a martini at 10 Mercer Place- that's lower Queen Anne!
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$13 for 100 grams (less than 1/4 lb.) of kosher beef sausage with fries, sauerkraut, and rye bread at Altstadt. Geez.
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@5,6 Greetings Californians, glad you're enjoying your stay here. Please listen to the locals or stfu.
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Glad to see you didn't use the word "stowellian" in this article...
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Overdue discovery of your vile bullshit, @9.

I have lived in the area around Nickerson. It is not Lower Queen Anne.

The city defines Lower Queen Anne as the plateau between Denny and the south slope of Queen Anne Hill.

The census-takers define Lower Queen Anne as the plateau between Denny and the south slope of Queen Anne Hill.

All cartographers, at all points in history, have defined Lower Queen Anne as the plateau between Denny and the south slope of Queen Anne Hill.

You're the idiot. Believing deeply in your incorrectness does not alter fact.