The Highline is a kickass vegan bar with a punk rock vibe in Seattle’s Capitol Hill neighborhood. From house-infused liquor, delicious vegan comfort food, trivia, live bands, and cakearoke, what’s not to love?
I started going to The Highline when it first opened a couple of years ago. The Crazy Train sandwich soon became my favorite, but my friends were addicted to the pickle chips.
I recently dropped by with my husband for brunch. I love an all-vegan establishment. I don’t have to ask if there’s dairy in the dressing and I know all the drinks are vegan. White Russian with soy creamer, anyone?
I started with a mimosa and the Mister had a bloody Mary. Then we got our food.
My breakfast burrito was an entire rolled-up breakfast. It’s seasoned tofu with green chilies, onions, garlic, home fries, spinach and “cheese” all wrapped in a giant tortilla and served with chips and salsa.
My better half had the Free Bird, a house-made seitan chicken-fried steak covered in gravy. He had his with homefries and tofu scramble.
Best of all, I got to hear The Ramones. Any Sunday that starts with delicious vegan food, a light bevvie, and I wanna be Sedated playing on the sound system is bound to be a good day.
If you’re in the area, check out The Highline. You might see me there!
Yum — I ❤ the Highline, and have been meaning to check out their new brunch items! Based on your lovely pics, they look amazing…
We went on the very day they started offering the new menu. Deelish!
We must go next time in we’re in Seattle!! Yummmmy!!!
You bet! I’m also going to start researching vegan places in NYC. There must be a ton!
The Ramones and an awesome brunch , that sounds like the perfect start to the day to me too. Excitingly I’m going to be in Seattle on Thursday so I’m gonna go there, order the Free Bird and hope for The Ramones!
Excellent! Enjoy your visit to Seattle. Highline opens at 3 pm on the weekdays and brunch is only of the weekends, but either way, you’ll find something delicious! Let me know how it goes!