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Tacoma truly is a city of neighborhoods. Whether they be residential or a fun walkable neighborhood formed around a historic business district, Tacoma's neighborhoods are as varied and unique as the city itself. This page is the best resource on the internet to explore this neighborhood. From parks, restaurants and even architecture, discover what makes this neighborhood unique.
Always evolving and expanding, Puyallup's thriving historic downtown neighborhood offers a small-town vibe. Downtown Puyallup is filled with one-of-a-kind businesses that have been owned and operated by the same families for generations. Downtown rests down the hill from the newer South Hill neighborhood of Puyallup, a bustling expanse of suburban housing, restaurants, businesses, shopping and schools.
Puyallup’s roots are in its century-old farming community in the valley, and locals still enjoy celebrating its history. The annual Daffodil Festival and Parade, a huge Farmers Market in the centrally located Pioneer Park, and a rich network of mom-and-pop farms all have a strong presence in the community. The Washington State Fair is the largest attraction of the year, a three week long affair that brings in people from all over the state to enjoy fried food, farm animals, the classic white roller coaster, and much more. Puyallup’s stand-out restaurant gems run by locals include Crockett’s, Trackside Pizza, Powerhouse Restaurant & Brewery, Toscanos Italian Grill, Chili Thai, and Mama Stortini’s. Downtown Puyallup offers a wide variety of locally owned businesses, and is especially known for it’s selection of antique shops.