Rainier Glass Studio
Glass art is quickly becoming synonymous with Seattle (thank Dale Chihuly) and this new nook is a good place to browse, participate or...
Flip Flip Ding Ding
If golf can qualify as a sport then so can pinball. The game is currently undergoing a renaissance in Seattle (computer games be...
All City Coffee
Georgetown’s go-to coffee bar serves locally produced Café Vita coffee amid old 1970s office furniture and bizarre 'trashion' art that...
Square Knot Diner
A comforting and not too kitschy diner in the middle of Georgetown with booths and a wraparound counter with screw-down stools. The food...
1201 S Vale St · interesting places nearby
Georgetown Records information
This amazing record store had the guts to open in 2004 when vinyl sales were close to an all-time low. With the format now returning to its pre-1990s glory, it's an excellent place to go to score rare picture-cover 45-inch singles from obscure British 1970s punk bands (and plenty more besides).
Bonuses: it share digs with the equally fantastic Fantagraphics Bookstore & Gallery , hosts in-store performances, and is part of the Georgetown 'Art Attack.'