Greenwood is an eclectic neighborhood in the northwest region of Seattle. Its business district has a diverse mix of coffee shops, restaurants, bars, boutiques, and a historic community theater.
Two annual events bring thousands of visitors to the area – one is the neighborhood's classic car show and the other is the Greenwood Seafair Parade, which features hundreds of parade floats, marching bands, and drill teams. Awards are given to the best and most unique teams.
Greenwood's single family bungalows and Craftsman-style homes are more affordable than some of Seattle's trendier neighborhoods, but gentrification has led to development of new condos and townhomes and is driving up prices for housing.
Downtown Seattle: 7.6 miles / 20-50 minutes by car / 40 minutes by transit
Bellevue: 12.3 miles / 30-50 minutes by car / 65-75 minutes by transit
Redmond: 18.6 miles / 30-60 minutes by car / 60-70 minutes by transit
All your favorite classic breakfast fare.
The pub features 34 rotating house and guest beer taps, 6 rotating cider taps, 5 wine taps, and 2 craft soda taps alongside bottles and a gourmet comfort food menu with fresh, seasonal, and local ingredients.
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