Harry’s Fine Foods

Capitol Hill, Seattle

Julian Hagood
2016

…breathing new life into a dormant corner grocery store.

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Julian Hagood saw the potential reviving an old Capital Hill corner market with Harry’s Fine Foods. Wanting to honor the history of building, Julian chose to keep the familiar name of the shop for this remodeling of the space. The design and decor are classic yet eclectic; warm and inviting. Featuring an outdoor patio for those warmer, sunny days as well as an intimate interior dining space; Harry’s is a wonderful escape from the hustle and bustle of downtown.

Team

  • Andrew Madden
  • Ben Frey-Booth
  • Matthew Sims
  • Jacob Landry
  • Joe Mckay
  • Collaborators

    Harry’s Fine Foods was realized in collaboration with Julian Hagood, Bosworth Hoedemaker and CK Engineering. Special thanks to Kemly Electric, Eager Beaver Painting, NW Elements, Sound Roofing, Total Plumbing, Eurocraft Hardwoods, RP Paint and Drywall, NOVO Painting, Anvil House and Armorclad Flooring. Photographs courtesy of Suzi Pratt.

    Press & Links

    "“A jewel box” is how the contractors refer to the project which is set to restore the old market’s exterior befitting the building’s history and fill it with finely crafted elements and recovered, restored finishings including the old store’s refrigerator case, fully gutted and recreated for a new life inside the new Harry’s." — Capitol Hill Seattle

    "Inside the new Harry’s — owner Julian Hagood calls the new project “bistro-esque” and “comfortable in the daytime but also sexy at night” — you’ll still find the old Harry’s cooler. The plan from Hagood and Alexa Dallas is for Harry’s Fine Foods to provide the neighborhood with a daytime cafe combined with a cornershop eventually stocking those day-to-day essentials like cigarettes and toilet paper." — Capitol Hill Seattle

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