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The Hi-Life used to be an all ages music venue; now it's a restaurant/bar brought to you by the same folks who run Queen Anne's 5 Spot and West Seattle's Endolyne Joe's. Now there's no music but lots of food and drink, with half of its menu space devoted to a regionally themed rotating selection--in this case, Emilia-Romagna. It's a chill and cozy spot, with vaulted ceilings and mood lighting - and who doesn't like eating in a big brick fire station? Hit the bar on the restaurant's righthand side if you want to avoid the big family gatherings that frequent the dining room. The Hi-Life has local brews like Hale's and Boundary Bay on tap; during happy hour you can get delicious little woodfire pizzas with seasonal toppings for $4, and wells, wines, and drafts are all under $5.
My boyfriend and I stumbled in on Hi Life last Halloween when I first visited Seattle. We came in at an off time so there was plenty of seating and service was quick and attentive. Even more impressive was the food which changes regularly. The pasta components were are perfectly married in flavor, and the chicken melted in the mouth. I've been thinking about going back ever since I left.
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