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Fremont, WA Neighborhood Information
Home to the renowned Summer Solstice Parade & Pageant
and packed with an eclectic mix of breweries (Hale’s Ales, Fremont Brewing),
company offices (Google, Brooks Sports, Cutter & Buck), and even a
chocolate factory (Theo Chocolate)—Fremont is an enticing Seattle enclave that
offers Pacific Northwest living with a twist. Dubbed by locals as the “center
of the universe,” this renowned neighborhood is brimming with boutiques,
restaurants, and public art. For some fresh air, nearby Gas Works Park offers
19 acres of green space, and just beyond that, Seattle’s diverse collection of
neighborhoods unfold in every direction, and the buzz of downtown is just a
short commute away.
Flying Apron is a neighborhood bakery and café committed to creating plant-based, gluten-free comfort food, cookies, and cakes.
A neighborhood staple, Hale’s Ales Brewery & Pub has 20 taps serving beer, wine, and cider plus a unique, circus-themed event space called The Palladium.
Kitten cuddles abound at Seattle Meowtropolitan, a café and cat lounge that partners with cat shelters to cultivate experiences between humans and cats.
Nearby Gas Works Park is a 19-acre public park on the site of the former Seattle Gas Light Company plant that contains picnic areas and plant remnants repurposed into children’s play structures.
Neighboring Woodland Park Zoo is comprised of 92 acres of exhibits and public spaces featuring more than one thousand animals.
Tucked beneath the Aurora Avenue Bridge, the concrete-sculptured troll has long stood as a symbol for the Fremont neighborhood’s artsy and eclectic vibe.
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