Sandwiched between the University District and Fremont, Seattle’s Wallingford neighborhood is full of bustling activity, shopping and bars that light up the night. Wallingford stretches from Gas Works Park, Seattle’s former city gasification park-turned-Lake Union and sunny afternoon headquarters,  to north of 50th St. The main business center of the neighborhood includes landmark features, like the original Dick’s Drive-In (a Seattle fast food staple) and the Guild 45th Cinema, a historic 1920s theater. The best part about Wallingford? It’s community-focused celebrations for all, centered around the neighborhood’s eclectic mix of old and new construction and multiple play fields. Wallingford is a place for all to play.