South Seattle Lists

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Just Grow It! Plots Open at 8 South Seattle P-Patches

Would you like to have a plot in one of Seattle’s fabulous P-Patch community gardens? Do you want to grow fresh organic produce for yourself and your family? Would you like to learn great gardening techniques from your gardening neighbors? If so, Seattle Department of Neighborhoods has P-Patch plots available […]

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17 South Seattle Bakeries Reflect Area’s Diversity

17 South Seattle Bakeries Reflect Area’s Diversity

Hundreds of GO: South Seattle readers recently voted in the sixth annual Best of South Seattle Awards – the definitive list of who to know, where to eat and what to do in one of America’s most diverse zip codes and these are some of their favorite South Seattle bakeries. Where else […]

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With Love: Top 10 Date-Night Restaurants in South Seattle

Hundreds of GO: South Seattle readers recently voted in the sixth annual Best of South Seattle Awards – the definitive list of who to know, where to eat and what to do in one of America’s most diverse zip codes and these are their favorite date-night restaurants. What’s yours? 1. Island Soul […]

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Shop Local: 15 Muslim-Owned Businesses in South Seattle

Shop Local: 15 Muslim-Owned Businesses in South Seattle

In light of President Trump’s travel ban on certain Muslim-majority nations, GO: South Seattle wants to extend our support to our hyper-local Muslim business community and encourage you to not only #ShopLocal, but #ShopMuslim as well. Our list of hyper-local Muslim-owned businesses comes from MuslimGuide.com. 1. Robali Halal Meat & […]

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Got to Run! 16 Seward Park Races in 2017

Got to Run! 16 Seward Park Races in 2017

Have you ever wished for a list of the most popular Seward Park fun runs — either to join in or avoid the traffic on race day? Well look no further because we’ve got the rundown right here! Follow the links for more information. 1. Fitness for Vitality Resolution Series […]

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13 South Seattle Spots to Exercise Those New Year’s Resolutions

13 South Seattle Spots to Exercise Those New Year’s Resolutions

According to the hundreds of South Seattle residents who recently voted in the 2016 Best of South Seattle Awards – the definitive list of who to know, where to eat and what to do in one of America’s most diverse zip codes – these are the top 13 hyper-local spots to get […]

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The 2016 Best of South Seattle Winners Are…

The 2016 Best of South Seattle Winners Are…

The people have spoken, and the 2016 Best of South Seattle Reader’s Choice Awards is the definitive list of who to know, where to eat and what to do in Seattle’s most vibrant community. Please support these top-notch, hyper-local organizations, because independent businesses truly are the lifeblood of every community. […]

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10 Small Organizations Doing Big Things in South Seattle

10 Small Organizations Doing Big Things in South Seattle

There are so many dedicated groups doing important work in South Seattle. These are just a few of our faves. Find last year’s lists here, and please consider them in your year-end giving budget. Happy New Year! 1. Amara Amara works to ensure that every child in foster care has […]

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Holidays in South Seattle: 18 Fun Sales & Events

Holidays in South Seattle: 18 Fun Sales & Events

There are so many ways to get your holiday cheer on right here in South Seattle! Here are a few of our favorites: 1. Meaningful Movie: What Would Jesus Buy? A satirical and entertaining look at the excessive consumerism of Christmas that  follows the zany and hilarious Reverend Billy (performance […]

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Libraries on the Loose! 26 Little Free Libraries in South Seattle

South Seattle is blessed with dozens of Little Free Libraries — tiny, usually homemade book shelters that function as “take-a-book, leave-a-book” gathering places where neighbors can share their favorite literature and stories. According to littlefreelibrary.org, the movement began in 2009 when a Wisconsin man built a model of a one-room […]

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