Georgetown Bites 2018

Participating Vendors

A Dog's Dream Natural Pet Supply
All City Coffee
The Conservatory
Counterbalance Brewing
Cuidad
The Cutting Board
Deep Sea Sugar & Salt
El Sirenito
Ellenos Real Greek Yogurt
Flying Squirrel Pizza
Fonda La Catrina
Fonté Coffee
Fran's Chocolates
Full Throttle Bottles

Georgetown Brewing Co.
Georgetown Inn
Georgetown Liquor Co.
Hitchcock Deli
Lowercase Brewing
Machine House Brewery
Mercer Wine Estates Tasting Room
Sisters And Brothers
Smarty Pants
Square Knot Diner
Star Brass Lounge
Stellar Pizza, Ale & Cocktails
Via Tribunali
Zippy's Giant Burgers

Georgetown Bites 2018 - Save the Date
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DRIVING DIRECTIONS

From I - 5: North or southbound take exit 162 Michigan-Corson Street. Merge left on Corson Street and after lane divider ends, go east (left) at S. Nebraska, S. Vale or left at Michigan St. stoplight. Keep in right lane. All eastbound routes end at Airport Way S. Southbound on Highway 99/Alaska Way Viaduct: Go south to Lucile Street stoplight. Go east (left) to Airport Way S. Southbound on 4th Avenue S.: Go south to S. Holgate, S. Lander or S. Spokane Street. Go east (left) to Airport Way S. then south to Georgetown.

PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION

From Downtown Seattle: Catch route 124, which heads south on Airport Way S. to Georgetown. From Capitol Hill: Catch Metro route 60 on Broadway which heads south on Broadway, 12th Avenue, Beacon Avenue S. to Georgetown transit hub at S. Bailey. Metro route 107 also provides service from Beacon Hill and Rainier Beach Link light rail stations to Georgetown transit hub. From other King County locations: Catch any Metro route to downtown and transfer to route 124. For more information go to metro.kingcounty.gov.

OTHER

Seattleā€™s dockless bike share programs are an attractive option on the level terrain to Georgetown. Cabs and ride share also provide reliable service to the neighborhood.