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Brother Joe: 5629 Airport Way S., (Georgetown) Seattle; 206-588-2859, brotherjoegt.comThis article has 1 other Seattle location (Show)
Cafe Opla: 2200 Alaskan Way, Suite 120, (downtown) Seattle; 206-728-6062, cafeopla.com
40 hours ago
...00 pm on Wednesday, witnesses called 911 after observing two men in a disturbance at Corson Avenue South and South Michigan Street. The witnesses reported that one man was chasing another when one produced a handgun and...
4 days ago
Automatic alarm (four units sent)
1 appartus dispatched (code red)
Natural gas leak
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Full Throttle Bottles, 5-9 p.m.; 5909 Airport Way S., Seattle; fullthrottlebottles.comThis article has 10 other Seattle locations (Show)
Brouwer’s Cafe; 11 a.m.-2 a.m.; 400 N. 35th St., Seattle; 206-267-2437, brouwerscafe.blogspot.com
The Noble Fir, 1 p.m.-midnight; 5316 Ballard Ave. N.W., Seattle; 206-420-7425, thenoblefir.com
Elysian Brewing, 10 -a.m.- 2 p.m.; 2106 N. 55th St., Seattle; 206-547-5929, elysianbrewing.com/age-gate
Brave Horse Tavern, 10 a.m.-3 p.m.; 310 Terry Ave. N., Seattle; 206-971-0717, bravehorsetavern.com
Beveridge Place Pub, 2 p.m.-2 a.m.; 6413 California Ave. S.W., Seattle; 206-932-9906, beveridgeplacepub.com
The Pine Box; 4-9 p.m., 1600 Melrose Ave., Seattle; 206-588-0375, pineboxbar.com
Urban Family Brewing Company, 5-9 p.m.; 4441 26th Ave. W. Suite A, Seattle; 206-861-6769, urbanfamilybrewing.com
The Growler Guys NE, 5 p.m.-midnight; 8500 Lake City Way, Seattle; 206-522-2337, thegrowlerguys.com/locations/seattle-northeast
Bottleworks, 6-9 p.m.; 1710 N. 45th, Seattle; 206-633-2437, bottleworks.com
Reuben’s Brews, 11 a.m.-10 p.m.; 5010 14th Ave. N.W., Seattle; 206-784-2859, reubensbrews.com
Last month, Georgetown neighbors and business owners gathered with Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) staff to celebrate the completion of a new signal and marked crosswalk at Airport Way South and South Doris Street, in the heart of this popular South End arts and culture hub.
The heavily trafficked off-ramp and intersection at South Michigan and Corson separates two halves of the residential neighborhood, Georgetown’s two public parks, as well as two halves of Georgetown’s retail commercial core.