Seattle, WA 98102
Seattle Weekly's Description
Sitting atop the infamous sex shop Castle Megastore, Highline's not the kind of place you're likely to find by accident. Run by the owners of now-defunct Georgetown spot Squid & Ink, Highline has expanded from the vegan grub-only model to include a full selection of beer and liquor—not to mention some guitar-heavy tunes blaring through the speakers. The long bar and cavernous seating area might mean a longer-than-desired wait. But with an Attack From Mars pinball machine, mall-style photo booth, and a slew of seats on the balcony overlooking Broadway, the all-vegan enterprise offers up a hip Capitol Hill vibe to match its fare.
Tips from foursquare
Your mission, if choose to accept it: to converse with your friends over the aggressively loud, live rock bands
This is a vegan bar, so don,t expect regular bar food here. They have great cole slaw and sandwiches. The infused liquors make tasty cocktails too!
Supreme food and cheap booze. Awesome music and people. Deal with it.
Check out Seattle Weekly's Happy Hour for Hope tonight at Highline! And remember to buy a raffle ticket for an awesome prize.
Play the attack from mars pinball table, best table on the hill
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