Georgetown has become known for their restaurants, bars, music and arts scene. They are a diverse bunch and seem to be accepting of just about anything. However, Georgetown may have a different reaction if they have to welcome a new type of business to their neighborhood–a strip club. This tight knit community may not embrace it with open arms. Especially since they did not even receive a public notice or have a say in the matter. Continue reading
Specialty beer and wine store Full Throttle Bottles takes us back to the Prohibition Era. First, by reminding us the significant impact prohibition had on the development of the neighborhood of Georgetown. Second, by reminding us how much Georgetown loves their beer. Last, but definitely not least, Full Throttle Bottles reminds the whole world to fall in love with beer as much as Georgetown does.
Do not miss the Georgetown Art Attack this coming Saturday, May 11 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Put on your walking shoes, check the weather for proper attire and get ready to be inspired. On the 2nd Saturday of every month, the neighborhood of Georgetown comes together to showcase local artwork along the strip of Airport Way South. This art walk is an example of the strong arts culture Seattle is known for. Select businesses open their doors to feature artwork from over 30 artists in the area. Continue reading