Harry’s Good Times Co. is a collection of beloved neighborhood restaurants in Seattle’s most vibrant locales. Co-owners Jake Santelli and Julian Hagood design spaces that are effortlessly cozy and well-worn, like a perfectly broken-in pair of jeans made velvety by repeated wear. Their latest venture, Harry’s Guest House, is a chance for fans of the brand to step into the world of Harry’s and stay a while.
Harry’s Guest House is devoted to giving guests all the comforts of home–sumptuous sheets, full kitchens, beautifully-designed surrounds–with the indulgences of hotel living, like room service from their neighboring restaurant, Harry’s Fine Foods and optional daily housekeeping. The concept is one that marries the best of both worlds, giving guests the freedom to design their own travels while enjoying the warm hospitality that Harry’s is known for. Each of the Harry’s restaurants boast hyperlocal menus, a reflection of their strong bond with the Pacific Northwest’s premier farmers, fishermen, ranchers, winemakers, and more.
At Harry’s Fine Foods you’ll find cozy seating, a lively bar, and quiet, hidden rooms with waiting to be discovered. Their second restaurant, Harry’s Beach House, located on Alki Beach, which is one of two beaches located in the city of Seattle, features woven lamps cast a warm glow over the tables, which are covered in mismatched china and littered with the best seafood the Puget Sound has to offer.