Georgetown Trailer Park Mall
You HAVE to check out this quirky "strip mall" ... you never know what treasures you'll find!
Funky vintage type mall made of trailers. It's fun and there is a variety of items and shops.
Super funky, creative, artistic street market in the iconic Georgetown neighborhood of Seattle. Go here to find things you won't find elsewhere. Local artists and creative furnish their trailers/booths with unique finds and one-of-a-kind art. Head to a local brewery (Georgetown or Lowercase are…
Handcrafts, second-use, antiques, truffles, and kitsch, not to mention people watching
“Delicious all-day breakfast with bottom-less coffee to get you started as early as 6am. And as late as 11pm or 2am! Square Knot Diner is by far my favorite, non-pretentious, old-style diner in all of Seattle, not just in Georgetown. No wait time usually, at least for the many times I have been here. The servers are all so nice and would make anyone feel welcome. You won’t regret paying extra for their onion rings with your sandwiches too. I can’t recommend this more. Trivia: In case you are an Ed Sheeran’s fan, this is the diner in the “Shape of You” mtv.”
“Best Mexican food in Seattle! Modern architecture with an industrial-chic vibe. Great service, great food, and reasonable prices. ”
“My go-to neighborhood coffee spot. They make pretty latte art too. They have a good selection of sweet goodies to go with your coffee. Savory food is limited; they have breakfast muffins but you have to heat them up yourself. I love the neighborhood vibe here so you get a good mix of people reading their books, drawing, and chatting with friends, rather than just rows and rows of people sitting with their laptops. ”
“This lounge / restaurant is in our building downstairs. A little swank but still down to earth. Great drinks, excellent food ratings and nice staff. The beer and a burger happy hour special is my fave”