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Fremont haunts win ‘Best of Seattle’

By Joe · July 29th, 2009 · 3 Comments

Seattle Weekly has published their annual Best of Seattle issue, out on stands today, and Fremont businesses have a pretty decent showing this year.  Here’s a list of Fremont winners, and you can check out all of the winners here or on your nearest newsstand.


View Fremont Winners in Seattle Weekly’s Best of Seattle in a larger map

Readers Poll Winners:

Fremont Troll: Best Piece of Public Art
Via Tribunali: Best Pizza That isn’t Pagliacci

Editor’s Picks:

Homegrown: Best Eco-Friendly Lunch
Anita’s Crepes: Best Farmers Market Booth to put Down Stakes
Royal Grinders: Best Place to Feast in Lenin’s Shadow
Azzurri Vino Bar: Best Place to be a Rabid Soccer Fan in an Authentic Atmosphere
Ryan Henry Ward: Best Urban Muralist (while not strictly in Fremont, Ryan has certainly added plenty of color to the neighborhood and his paintings can be viewed at the currently closed and for sale Orange Splot Gallery)

What do you think?  Are there any places in Fremont that have been overlooked as the best in the city?

  • ballardrocksnow

    Problem is that Pagliacci's tastes like ass. It should be the other way around: Pizza that isn't Via Tribunali.

  • NoraBell

    See, I've always thought so too. And often wondered how they get on top of the list every year. There are so many better pizza places in this town.
    Zekes, IMHO, has the best pizza and the best delivery drivers.

  • holz

    royal grinders isn't very good.

    azzurri vino bar has like 2 menu items. if by 'authentic' they mean 'runs electrical cords as trip hazards on public right of ways while televising minimally interesting italian football matches', then yes it's 'authentic'

    now if only fremont would get a bundesliga-oriented bar, we'd be set.




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