A quick 5 star review for a restaurant with 3-star prices and five-star class with food to match and drinks to get you where you need to be. Shout out too those men I met at the bar too it was nice learning from ya!
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From the last week of November through the end of the first week of December 2017, I have had breakfast here at 13 Coins, SeaTac three separate times. The restaurant is open 24 hours and it is convenient to the location where I am currently...More
Quickly has become a favorite stop for something to eat after I land in Seattle from the east coast. A certain bet for good food, well prepared and for a reasonable price. Oh, and who doesn't love the 1970's era decore, which is also recently...More
Close to airport hotels, nice staff, decent food and beverages. Not cheap (in Mid West understanding). Mushroom omelet was delicious.
Stopped in for brunch and dinner. I had the eggs Benedict with the Dungeness crab. It was pretty damn good and the hash browns were perfectly browned to a crispy golden brown. I came back for dinner and had veal parmigiana, I was less impressed...More
We found this place since it was within walking distance of our hotel and ended up loving it. I loved the décor and feel of the place and the food just make it better. They had a great dink selection as well. If you find...More
Although pricey at $32 (plus tax and tip = $42) per salad, their Crab Louie ranks at the top of our list for the Seattle area. It has a generous portion of fresh Dungeness crab, artichokes, a hard-boiled egg, quartered tomatoes, lemon wedges, lettuce, sweet...More
I agree with the other recent negative reviews of this restaurant. The portions have shrunk, and the prices have gone up. Everything from salad to bread is priced separately. My companion asked for sour cream for his Seafood Fritatta. We both laughed when they brought...More