Let's face it: it's not hard to find a great meal in Seattle. People travel here JUST for the food sometimes. At the Hi-Life, you can find something delicious just about anytime, whether you want their signature Firehouse Bloody Mary, a breakfast of delectable Monkey Bread French Toast or a dinner of their brandy-braised short ribs with potato gratin. It's located in an historic firehouse that you can prominenty see from the street, and everything is always served in line with the season.
Currently the ricotta gnocchi with mushrooms, roasted garlic cream and pancetta are a favorite on the featured winter menu. The Pacific Oyster fry appetizer plate is another favorite at this time of year. They also have great specials, like their Not So Early Bird Breakfasts during the week for under $8. The Nighthawk Breakfast is also available for dinner.
Have you been to Hi-Life before? How did you like it?