Don’t overlook this mighty lil’ hood — let us show you what they’re made of.
When it comes to Seattle neighborhoods, Phinney Ridge seems to be the frequently forgotten middle child, sandwiched between big brother, Ballard and cooky little sister, Fremont. But don’t be mistaken. Phinney Ridge is no chump. Stretching up past the Woodland Park Zoo up through Greenwood Ave, this little ‘hood boasts the kinds of where-everyone-knows-your-name eateries and bars that would make even the locals in Cheers jealous.
Eco-friendly home furnishings finally find a home in our green city.
Seattleites, as fall approaches and you prepare to spend the next seven rainy months curled up at home, don’t be too disheartened. While you’re staying indoors, you won’t have to sit on that self-assembled, rickety, pizza-stained Ikea futon that you still have from college.
Between the roar of the Woodland Park Zoo and the hum of I-5 lies the quiet town of Tangletown. Never heard of it? Probably because some call it “Green Lake,” others might say “Wallingford,” while some punks might try to convince you that it’s the outskirts of the U-District.
Come and rediscover Seattle’s oldest neighborhood.
Calling all Seattleites, Washingtonians, Pacific Northwesterners, new, old, or something in between: it’s time to rediscover this Emerald City of ours. If we’re going to live in Seattle and call ourselves Seattleites, isn’t it about time we start living like ones? Let’s branch out.