On Saturday, May 20 Havana will be hosting a daytime pop-up market featuring local vendors and artists. The market is on from noon to 4pm, and the bar will be open and featuring Bloody Marys and Mimosas.
Here’s a selection of the vendors that will be showing off their wares:
- Plantuary, with indoor plants and greenery
- Shipyard Collective, with vintage clothing and goods
- Blue Box Bakery, with confections and sweet treats
- Woodsmen Candle Co, with hand-blended candles inspired by the Pacific Northwest
- Dark Days Tarot, with unique tarot card decks
- Lineman Vintage, with an eclectic collection of vintage clothing and decor
- Corianna Garrels, with her encaustic and wood burning art
- Drop by to snag a couple finds and an afternoon snack. Havana’s Bloody Marys will be on special for $7!
Havana was opened in June of 2006 in the heart of the bustling Pike-Pine corridor in Seattle’s Capitol Hill neighborhood. Inspired by the crumbling beauty of Cuba, owner Quentin Ertel wanted to create a lively nighttime spot for cocktails and music. Vintage light fixtures, a pressed tin ceiling, tropical wallpaper, and fresh flowers all contribute to a luxe, timeless atmosphere. Havana opens at 5pm Monday – Saturday, and there are great DJs each night. For more information or to make reservations, visit www.havanasocial.com.
Havana is located at 1010 East Pike Street in Seattle.