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Serving only vegan fare, the Highline is basically just a humongous wide-open room with seating for dozens, a photo booth, arcade games, a free foosball table, and Broadway's best balcony. Also: live music, which skews toward metal, punk, and noise.


210 Broadway E, Seattle, WA 98102
Hours: Mon-Fri 11 am-2 am, Sat-Sun 9 am-2 am

Restaurant Details
  • Features Bar/Happy Hour, Breakfast/Brunch, Good for Groups, Late-Night Dining, Live Music
  • Cuisine Vegetarian/Vegan
Bar Details
  • Features Full Menu, Live Music, Good for Groups, Karaoke, Dancing
  • Scene Nightclub, Neighborhood Joint
Read Reviews (8)

Food is amazing.

Get the Howie sandwich. I have tricked meat-eaters into believing the food wasn't vegan. It is so effing delicious, everyone I bring there craves the food constantly. While I'm still eatting, I want to order another sandwich to have for lunch the next day (But I know I'd just eat it an hour later if I did that). And they carry Diamond Knot IPA. Effing dope. GO THERE.

Also, the photo booth, board games and table games are a definite bonus.
Posted by k-set on July 14, 2011 at 11:31 AM · Report this
Fashionable Idiot

Looking forward to going next week.

just got word that homies back east homostupids and condominium are playing at this new joint next friday (11Mar11)!!! should be fantastic. thanks for supporting weird music and brutally raw hardcore!
Posted by Fashionable Idiot on March 4, 2011 at 11:42 AM · Report this


Food is ok, service slow, prices a bit high for the haphazard setting.
Decent option if you MUST have vegan food, otherwise look elsewhere.
Posted by brinsonian on October 14, 2010 at 12:16 PM · Report this

Good Food, Snobby Service

I went to Highline with a friend for dinner and the few guys who were working gave terrible customer service. Two of the workers totally ignored us when we were trying to order - one saw his friends and instead started chatting with them while we stood there waiting. When we did have their attention, all were unfriendly and abrupt. It also took at least half an hour to get our food even though the place was empty.
Posted by qpoc on August 1, 2010 at 5:30 PM · Report this


Does anyone know if it is all ages, or 21+ like Bimbo's Cantina?
Posted by cmc on June 11, 2010 at 10:39 PM · Report this


I loved the Squid & Ink, but I hated trekking out to Georgetown to visit...so hooray for the Highline opening on Capitol Hill!

The new space is awesome! Outside seating, lots of windows up front, attractive bar, shuffleboard, pinball, air hockey, foozball, and a stage where they will be booking shows this summer.

They are open for lunch on weekdays...which rules. The drinks were cheap and well made, and the bartender was super nice....which also rules. I had the Howie (if you think vegan food is just rabbit food, the Howie will convince you otherwise) and baked beans and it was just as tasty as I remember it at Squid & Ink.

Highline = awesome.
Posted by sortavegan on June 1, 2010 at 4:35 PM · Report this


They haven't even had their official grand opening yet (as of the writing of this review), and already this is an exciting and solid place. The food, the drinks, the company are all excellent. The atmosphere is friendly, unpretentious, and casual. Their menu is similar to The Squid & Ink, though slimmed down and improved. Weekend brunches are especially delicious. The only downside is the sad reminders of its history as Club Lagoon - the the rock walls & remnants of its water-wasting water-falls, and the now painted over two-way mirror.
I very heartily recommend this place. Be nice to the staff, and understanding if it's still a little rough around the edges; they've been working overtime to get this up & running, and so far so good.
Posted by Benj on June 1, 2010 at 12:57 PM · Report this

fuck yea

All kinds of delicious. Cheap whisky, good music, and habanero sauce. If your a vegan or an alcoholic, this is your place. Love it.
Posted by matthedog on May 28, 2010 at 8:29 AM · Report this
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