Last night, I had dinner at the new vegan spot on Broadway, the Highline. It's on the second floor at the corner of Broadway and John where that weird place with the Lamborghini sticking out of the roof—what was that place called? Sharks?—used to be. Right above the Castle Super Store.



Vegan sloppy joe,  weird rock music on the sound system, booze (is booze vegan? Editor's note: Erica says beer is not), groovies (as opposed to hipsters) at every table, and pinball completes the scene. It has a U. District vibe and it's open until 2am. The kitchen is open until 1 am. Love it.

It was a touch too expensive—my bill for the sloppy joe, side salad (which was admittedly yummy), and vodka drink was $14—and they're still figuring out what to do with the giant, awkward bowling alley-size space ... (bands?). But the menu is extensive (I was torn between the VLT  and the chicken barbecue sandwich before settling on the sloppy joe) and the tables are good for spreading out documents and getting cozy.

Capitol Hill Seattle blog likes it too, especially the air hockey.
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