GET TO KNOW Morgan Junction
As part of Gatewood. Morgan Junction may not be an OFFICIAL Seattle neighborhood, but locals call it like it is. It's the third of the Junctions along California Avenue SW. With Admiral Junction and Alaska Junction to the north. Like these other junctions, Morgan Junction is a lively hub of retail, hospitality, and services. Just a little quieter than the other two. Situated around the small city park from which the neighborhood gets its name. Residents of Morgan Junction have a great balance of quiet corners and easy access to amenities. It's a quick trip to the scenic splendor of Lincoln Park to the west including Coleman Pool, the only saltwater swimming pool in Seattle. Lots of shopping at Westwood village to the east, and even more activities in White Center. And for those who commute downtown, the Rapid Ride C Line is right there.
WHERE TO SHOP
West Seattle Thriftway: This big, independent grocer allows you to shop at reasonable prices and with total convenience while supporting local business.
WHERE TO CHILL
Little Prague European Bakery & Deli: Whatever savory bites you get, don't miss the strudel at this delightful taste of Czech comfort foods in an inviting cafe setting.
WHERE TO BE OUTSIDE
Lincoln Park: Enjoy sweeping views of the Sound, islands, and Olympics, pristine hiking/biking trails, playgrounds, BBQ facilities and even a heated saltwater pool.
WHERE TO EAT
Whisky West: A 21+ spot with a great whisky selection and even whisky infused dishes, alongside classic steakhouse fare.
WHERE TO DRINK
Peel & Press: A craft cocktail bar, named for their insistence on only using freshly squeezed juices (no syrupy stuff), with pizzas for nosh.
LIVE IN Morgan Junction
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