Georgetown’s Finest Restaurants
If you’re out and about in Georgetown, Seattle on any day of the week then you need to know where to find the finest food to set you up for the night. Whether you’re just looking for a tasty snack to line your bellies before a riotous night out at one of Georgetown’s many (MANY) awesome night clubs and bars or whether you’re a real foodie who wants to embark upon a good couple of hours’ worth of delectable food and ambience, then we have a handy guide on some of Georgetown’s finest fair! Don’t worry – we have something to fit your tastes whether you have cash to burn or on the lookout for some budget chow.
Head over to the 13th Avenue to enjoy some of the best crepes you will find this side of Paris! It’s called the Hanger Café and though their crepes are extremely popular breakfast fair you can also enjoy their delicious sandwiches and waffles, all at an extremely reasonable price of around $10 per person.
One of the most popular places to grab some lunchtime chow in Georgetown is the Hawaiian Kauai Family Restaurant on 6th Avenue. This has been hailed as “the perfect place for home-sick expats to enjoy the aloha spirit” and their menu reflects this sentiment! There’s the Kahlua pig and Ahi poke, Hawaiian BBQ chicken, crispy ginger chicken and good old American chow like cheeseburgers and smoked pork, all at extremely reasonable prices.
Blow Out: If you want to have an extravagant meal, head over to Corson Avenue to the fancy Corson Building. The meals can be quite pricy at about $60 per person but it’s more than worth it for that extra-special occasion. Featuring a kitsch hand written menu, the Corson Building is both elegant and quant and boasts some excellent seafood, meat and veggie dishes.
Budget Wonder: There are absolutely tonnes of budget food eats in Georgetown from pretty much every corner of the globe! Good old American chow like burgers, BBQ and seafood can be found at the likes of Herfy’s Burgers on Corson Avenue and RoRo BBQ and Grill on South Albro Place as well as Mexican (Muy Macho), Middle Eastern (Hallava Falafel) and Teriyaki (Oya Teriyaki), so no matter what your taste buds are crying out for you can find it in the funky, vibrant and urban hubbub that is Georgetown, Seattle!