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Pujol, Mexico City

Capital Hill's Living Room

Photography And words by HENRY HARGREAVES  In Conversation With  SARAH WYAN

 

Oddfellows is a stylish American eatery in Seattle. A neighborhood destination, it offers a variety of seasonal fare and craft drinks to a bustling crowd. It’s a giant, scarred wooden restaurant with a lofted ceiling and beautiful beams running across the top. Oddfellows always feels like home—and it comes with a story.

FROM EMBALMING TO FOOD PREP

The building was originally constructed as Oddfellows Lodge in 1908—you can see the members in the large photo hanging on the wall. They did all sorts of things here, like offer medical services. The embalming supposedly took place downstairs. It is pretty creepy down there, and when I lock up at night I always run up the stairs after switching out the lights. We are even on the local ghost tour!

 

 

"The building was originally constructed as Oddfellows Lodge in 1903—you can see the members in the large photo hanging on the wall."

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DRESS YOUR BEST

We also put on lots of fun activities for the staff that range from outings where we will do volunteer work together to dress up themed days. Some recent ones have been purple dress for Prince's birthday, piano teachers’ day, Aloha Fridays, and—of course—Halloween and Pride are the really big ones!

 

THE MEAL

 

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Special thanks to Mitzi Harris.