Industrial-Sized Eats: Best Places to Dine with Kids in Georgetown
We’re not sure it’s a secret anymore, but for those not yet in the know—Georgetown is too cool for school. Located in what was (and still is) an industrial area just west of I-5 and the train tracks, just south of downtown and just north of Boeing Field, the hip, bohemian, just slightly grungy-in-a-good-way neighborhood of Georgetown offers more than antique stores, crumbling brick buildings and hipsters sipping cappuccinos; it’s also home to some seriously satisfying grub! Click through for our round-up of the best eats this happening little ‘hood has to offer.
It seems like Neapolitan pizza—you know, chewy crusted, fresh topped, wood fired deliciousness—popped up everywhere in Seattle in 2004. Via Tribunali was one of the first, and its Georgetown location puts out the thin crust pies of yumminess seven days a week. The space is small but the staff is friendly, and the pizza choices are vast. And if the weather’s fine, sit outside and enjoy all the Georgetown oddities as you munch your way to pizza nirvana.
Chew on this: Their Margharita DOC combines buffalo mozzarella with pomodoro sauce, olive oil, basil and grana padano, an Italian hard cheese, and it’s sure to make almost anyone in your brood very happy. Combined with Insalata di Parma (arugula, grana padano, lemon), a glass of vino (or juice) and a Mezza Luna (chocolate hazelnut calzone) to finish up the gastronomic goodness, you have a nearly perfect family meal.
6009 12th Ave. S.
Seattle, Wa 98108
What’s your fave G-town eatery? Let us know in the comments below!