Don’t be fooled by all the warehouses in the area––there’s much more to our neighborhood than meets the eye. Whether you’re looking for good eats, craft brews, entertainment, or the world’s best comic books, consider our Georgetown shop your South Seattle launch pad.
And we mean launchpad quite literally: just down Marginal Way you’ll find the historic Museum of Flight and Boeing Field (AKA King County International Airport), a full-service airport built in the late 1920’s.
Once you’ve got your goods from The Bakeree, start your South Seattle adventure by heading up 4th Street and grabbing a bite at Derby, a New American comfort food restaurant and neighborhood favorite. After you set your stomach right, check out Fantagraphics, a world-renowned gallery, shop, and publishing house for graphic novels and comic books that’s been around since the mid-1970’s. While you’re in the neighborhood, you can grab an afternoon brew or two from favorites like Elysian, Georgetown Brewing Co., or Ghostfish just up the street.
From there, you’ve got options. If you’re in the mood to walk north up 1st street, you can pay a visit to the Starbucks World Headquarters (AKA the Starbucks Center), catch the Seahawks game at Lumen Field, or the ol’ Mariners ball game at T-Mobile Park.