Lowercase Brewing is a cozy little neighborhood spot for beer, board games, Wednesday night trivia, and snacks like charcuterie boards and free popcorn. Inside, it looks like a cross between a college dorm common room and the lobby lounge of a high-rise meant for millennials - which means there’s a nice long wooden bar, benches topped with decorative pillows, and plenty of tables for playing jenga. The staff is friendly and the space is versatile, so it would be a great spot to hold a meeting for your book club.
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The Conservatory is a weird little coffee shop in Georgetown with brick walls, pokèmon-themed latte specials, bookcases, and vintage decorations.
The Corson Building
The Corson Building, an elegant home that was built in 1910, has been repurposed as an upscale American restaurant. Come here to propose.
Fonda La Catrina
If you end up in Georgetown needing sit-down Mexican, you have little choice but to go to La Catrina. It’s not the best, but the tamales are good.
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Georgetown Liquor Company
It doesn’t get much more divey than Georgetown Liquor Company, but you’re here for the vegetarian bar food and retro video games.
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Perihelion Brewery is a neighborhood spot in Beacon Hill with great beer and solid American bar snacks.
Peddler Brewing Company
Drinking beer and eating Mean Sandwich outside at Peddler is a very good way to spend a Saturday afternoon in Ballard.
Stoup Brewing is where you go for no-frills beer in Ballard. It’s a casual spot that feels like drinking in your friend’s garage (in a good way).
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