Seattle/Sodo-Georgetown

Seattle's Sodo was originally "South of the Dome", referring to the now-demolished Kingdome; to keep some sense in the name, it is sometimes explained now as "South of Downtown". Georgetown picks up from Sodo somewhere around Spokane street and extends south to Boeing Field and is Seattle's thriving emerging arts neighborhood, full of great restaurants, coffee houses and funky taverns tucked between industrial buildings.

Get in

By car

Taking the Michigan/Corson exit off of I-5 will take you right into the heart of Georgetown.

By rail

The Central Link light rail that connects the University of Washington and Downtown Seattle to Seattle-Tacoma International Airport makes a stop at the Stadium and SODO stations. Fares from Downtown are $2.25.

See

Do

The roofs of CenturyLink Field and Safeco Field

Buy

Eat

Budget

Mid-range

Splurge

Drink

Sleep

Connect

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