Live the Life
F R E M O N T
There are so many great neighborhoods in Seattle and they are constantly changing! The only way to truly keep up is to spend some time exploring and asking friends who live, work, or spend time there. We had a blast learning more about Fremont over the past couple of weeks. Big thank you to our friends who gave us their insider tips!!
Overall, Fremont is artistic, unconventional, centrally located, high-spirited, home to tourist attractions, hip local restaurants, great coffee shops, unique shops, street markets, festivals, and a whole lot of fun!
FOOD & SPIRITS
There are so many great places to have a lovely meal. Some of our favorites: Rock Creek, Revel, Manolin, Frelard Pizza, Paseos, Pomerol, Chiso, Pecado Bueno, and Brouwer’s.
For breakfast – Roxy’s and Silence Heart Nest are great!
Coffee shops – Café Vita and Lighthouse Coffee.
Dog friendly Bar – Norms.
EASE of LIVING
– PCC for groceries
– Fred Meyer
– Hair & nail salon – Christy Carner Salon
– Easy commute to downtown Seattle or South Lake Union.
– Easy access to hwy 99
Fremont Vintage Mart
– great place for mid-century modern finds
– great acoustic instruments (mandolin, guitars, ukuleles and really high end stuff) and harps
– Geek culture & comic books
Fremont Sunday Market – Sundays 10-5: crafts, imports, antiques, collectibles, flea-market treasures. Open all year, rain or shine. 150+ Vendors.
THINGS to DO and SEE
Tourist attractions and fun things to do with family or friends;
– Theo’s Chocolate! They also do chocolate factory tours – enjoy the smell & the taste!!
– Vodka tasting at the distillery Fremont Mischief
– The famous troll under the bridge
– Statue of Lenin
Location – not too far from other great neighborhoods
Gas Works Park
– (great for 4th of July – avoid the traffic and enjoy the fireworks)
– Watch boaters and sea planes and a great view of the downtown skyline over Lake Union
Burk-Gilman trail / stroll along the Fremont Cut or bike to various destinations
– bike to Ballard – full of restaurants, a movie theater, street fairs, and boutiques.
– bike along the ship canal through the University, U Village, Sand Point, Magnuson Park, Lake Washington, Matthew’s Beach etc.
– bike to the zoo – they also do events like Zoo-Tunes and Zoo-Lights.
Fremont Park has another great view of Puget Sound and the Olympic Mountains.
Considering a move to Fremont or want to know more about Seattle neighborhoods and/or the outlaying suburbs? Let us know – we’d love to share more info! We love this city!
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