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Just a short climb from Capitol Hill’s Annapurna, introducing the Yeti Bar


Shrestha (Image: Alex Garland for CHS)

Shrestha (Image: Alex Garland for CHS)

How about a Hot Night in Kathmandu to start your June weekend? Broadway’s Annapurna Cafe has unveiled its new addition. The new, surface-level Yeti Bar is open and ready to serve one of its saffron infusions or a cold bottle of Khukuri — the essence of Nepal.

CHS told you in December about plans from Roshita Shrestha and Sujan Sharma to reinvest in their longtime Broadway home after surviving ongoing light rail construction by taking over the empty space left behind by a teriyaki joint to expand to street-level with a new bar area.

Like we told you back then, Annapurna’s building lives in the shadow of future plans for a 50-unit apartment building on the site but that still appears to be a few years off. For now, enjoy a drink and a tensing momo or two off the new Yeti Bar menu.

Annapurna and the Yeti Bar are located at 1833 Broadway. You can learn more at Check out the menus, below.


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4 thoughts on “Just a short climb from Capitol Hill’s Annapurna, introducing the Yeti Bar

  1. Only a matter of time before the YetiBros and YetiWooGirls take over. Such is the plight of the YetiSexual for centuries.

  2. Ah, I’d seen something going into that space for a while and it looked open the other night, but I had no idea what it was due to lack of clear signage. And now I know!

    Nice to see that it’s an extension of the already awesome things that were already there, and not just another short-lived flash-in-the-pan yuppie bar.