Seattle Neighborhood Tour: Greenwood

Washington, Seattle Guide (B): Seattle Neighborhood Tour: Greenwood

Seattle has a crazy amount of cool neighborhoods. There are the big hitters, Fremont, Ballard, Capitol Hill. Then there are the ones that fly a bit more under the radar, but have just as much, if not more, to offer. Phinney Ridge, Ravenna, Georgetown, and the one we are featuring today, Greenwood. 

In March many of you probably heard about the tragic gas leak that lead to an explosion that completely demolished three businesses in Greenwood and damaged dozens of other businesses in the surrounding area. After the explosion, stories of kindness and compassion started to spread. Coyle's owner, Rachel, firing up her kitchen to bake for the first responders. Muralists came and painted the ugly plywood that covered so many broken windows and doors to bring some vibrancy to a dismal situation. Countless Seattleites donated funds to get the Greenwood neighborhood back on their feet. 

Now, almost 6 months later, Greenwood is going strong and although it is missing 3 staples, there are still a ton of amazing businesses up and down Greenwood Ave. that have earned their stripes as Seattle establishments. And a few other newbies that have wiggled their way into our hearts too!  ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: Seattle Neighborhood Tour: Greenwood
Guide Location: USA » Seattle
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Sight(s) featured in this guide: North Star Diner   Hounds Tooth Public House   Flying Bike Brewery   Naked Brewing   Luna Azul   Teacher's Lounge   Gainsbourg   Greenwood Space Travel Supply Co   Chaco Canyon Organic Cafe   Couth Buzzard Books Espresso Bueno   Yard   Coyle's Bakeshop   Gorditos   The Cozy Nut   Taproot Theatre  
Author: Sarah Miller
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