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31. Fremont: Located northwest of downtown on the other side of Lake Union, this area features a variety of eclectic shops, res...  
32. Belltown: Known by the younger crowd for its weekend nightlife, this neighborhood stretches along 1st and 2nd streets near th...  
33. International District: This area is known for its high population of Asian Americans of many different origins. This is the place to go fo...  
34. Green Lake: A large, manmade lake and the neighborhood surrounding it. The 3.5 mile path around the lake attracts many runners,...  
35. Pioneer Square: Located next to the International District, this area is considered to be a historic part of the city and still con...  
36. Pike Pub & Brewery: A restaurant and brewery located at Pike Place Market that features a plethora of excellent ales and tasty food to ...  
37. Beth's Café: One of Seattle's most popular 24-hour greasy spoons. Beth's boasts a 12-egg omlette for those who dare, and just ab...  
38. Ezell's Chicken: Ezell's, a fast food chain that began in Seattle, makes Oprah's favorite fried chicken. There are now 5 locations i...  
39. Kingfish Café: This is the place to go for delicious, heaping portions southern food in a lively, comfortable atmosphere. Kingfish...  
40. Crush: A very popular fine American restaurant by chef Jason Wilson, located in a converted house on E Madison St. There a...  
41. Seattleite: A resident of Seattle, sometimes spelled Seattlite.  
42. Post Alley
43. Pike Place Fish Market: One of Seattle's most popular tourist attractions. The fish market is the home to the flying fish. Here fishmongers...
44. Safeco Field: The official ballpark of the Seattle Mariners. Opened in July 1999, the field has a retractable roof (to protect ag...
45. Starbucks: Before Starbucks became a global enterprise and the largest coffeehouse chain, it was a single coffee shop in the P...
 
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The name of way too many streets in Atlanta. First of all, there's the main Peachtree-related drag, which changes its name every time locals get comfortable. Peachtree Road/Street/Industrial Boulevard. Are you kidding me?

Other Peachtree roadways include Peachtree Drive, Peachtree Circle, Peachtree Avenue. People say there are 71 Peachtree variations (and not the paltry 40 mentioned in another definition. Can we put a stop to this?

The original name for the area now known as Roanoke. "Big Lick" got its name from an exposed portion of salt that drew wildlife to the area.

On July 30th, 2009, Harvard professor Robert Louis Gates and Cambridge police officer James Crowley had a private discussion (and some beers) with Barack Obama at the White House after Gates' famous July 16th arrest.

This meeting has been called the "Beer Summit" by amused onlookers.

Nickname given to the city of Boulder, alluding to its left-leaning populace.

City north of Boston named for Paul Revere. EX: "I'm takin' my buddy to The Squiya in Reveah for his batchella pahty".