Diners in Shoreline


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  • Flo-Anna's Diner
    Flo-Anna's Diner serves up large portions of home-style comfort food in a fun, laid-back atmosphere. Health nuts will appreciate the light and low-fat menu choices. Flo-Anna's Diner's fully stocked bar is a perk for patrons who enjoy a fine wine (or more) with their meal. Parents appreciate Flo-Anna's Diner's kid-friendly attitude, and little ones are often seen dining out with the adults. Flo-Anna's Diner is a local restaurant that accommodates both large and small groups. Free wifi is available as well. Casual dining at its best, Flo-Anna's Diner customers are free to enjoy themselves in jeans and a T-shirt. Can't get enough of Flo-Anna's Diner's tasty dishes? They also offer a catering service for parties and events. For those in a hurry, the restaurant lets you take your meal or snack to go. At Flo-Anna's Diner, drivers can settle for safe parking in the lot next door. For a night out with great food that won't break the budget, head to Flo-Anna's Diner. Morning, noon, or night, you can head on over to Flo-Anna's Diner since they serve breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
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    14707 Bothell Way NE
    Shoreline, WA US
  • Denny's
    For a casual environment and scrumptious American food, stop by Denny's. Denny's is a jackpot for those looking for low-fat and gluten-free meal options. Bring your whole brood to Denny's, where families can dig in to tasty and kid-friendly fare together. Free wireless Internet is also available at Denny's, so bring your tablet or laptop along. Gather up your friends, coworkers or family members and head to Denny's for a group meal. If time is of the essence, Denny's' take-out option may be a better fit. Bike parking is also available outside the restaurant. Delicious food is never hard to find, but it is hard to find at the right price. Denny's is making it happen. Head on over to Denny's first thing in the morning or last thing in the evening — Denny's is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Nigh owls and early risers alike will appreciate that the restaurant is open 24 hours a day.
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    22833 Bothell Everett Hwy
    Bothell, WA US
  • Roxy's Diner
    “Only the best pastrami and corned beef are used here,” raved Frommer’s, a publication that’s been known to get around just a bit. But Roxy’s Diner doesn’t just stock quality meats—it also knows what to do with them. In the tradition of New York Jewish delis, cooks pile hot, tender slices of pastrami on light rye bread and top it off with deli mustard. The tradition continues in the classic reuben, a bulging feast of corned beef, homemade sauerkraut, melted swiss, and Thousand Island dressing. Diners can upgrade their sandwiches to New York size, which is big enough to clog a subway station. Add a pickle and a steaming bowl of matzo ball soup, and you have a meal that’s as comforting as it is delicious. Though Roxy’s robust sandwiches may physically tower over the breakfast dishes, the morning fare is equally as enticing. The challah french toast features two hefty slices of egg bread soaked in vanilla custard and cooked to a golden brown. The pastrami hash is a perfect middle ground between breakfast and lunch. And the cheese blintzes feature sweet farmer’s cheeses stuffed inside thin crepes and served with strawberry fruit sauce.
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    462 N 36th St.
    Seattle, WA US
  • The 5 Point Cafe
    A review in the Stranger called The 5 Point Caf? ?inarguably one of Seattle?s?indeed, the world?s?best dive bars.? The Seattle Times aptly described the eatery as ?a rare blend of homespun and depraved,? a reputation it's honed since 1929. Founder C. Preston Smith cashed in at the end of Prohibition, but it was his son Dick who cemented 5 Point?s notoriety with various stunts. He installed a periscope in the men?s room that still stands today, looking out at the Space Needle, and he had bikini-clad waitresses on roller skates plug expired meters around the neighborhood, leaving friendly notes behind. The 24-hour eatery serves breakfast all day and night to pair with stiff drinks and frothy beers poured along the bar. Hearty plates arrive loaded with eggs benedict, huevos rancheros, and housemade spicy black beans or 1/3-pound burgers made from natural Oregon ground beef. Deep-fried jalapeno mac 'n' cheese balls lead off meals of open-faced turkey sandwiches or tofu scrambles that feature housemade curry.
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    415 Cedar St.
    Seattle, WA US
  • Skillet Diner
    Skillet Diner: A User’s Guide Seasonally Inspired Diner Food | All-Day Breakfast | Hipster Hangout | Sister Food Truck | Popular Bacon Jam Sample Menu Breakfast: pork belly with a cornmeal waffle Lunch: burger with bacon jam, blue cheese, and a side of poutine Dinner: housemade ricotta gnocchi with cauliflower purée Drink: milk shake with bacon caramel Where to Sit: The newer Ballard location boasts expanded counter seating along a 40-foot bar (cutting down on notoriously long wait times), as well as an outdoor patio. Inside Tips Can’t get enough of Skillet’s bacon jam? You can pick up a jar to take home and call your own. Specially designed “kiddo menus” keep children smiling with crustless grilled cheeses and pint-size pancakes. The original Skillet food truck—a vintage Airstream trailer that helped launch America’s food-truck revival—still roams Seattle; check the online schedule for upcoming stops. While You’re in the Neighborhood Capitol Hill location: Thumb through the tomes at The Elliott Bay Book Company (1521 10th Avenue), an independent shop with a 40-year history. Ballard location: Pick up some new or used vinyl at Sonic Boom Records (2209 NW Market Street).
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    1400 E Union St
    Seattle, WA US
  • Beth's Cafe
    Beth's Cafe Man v. Food host Adam Richman has conquered his fair share of eating challenges. But when it came time to face the famous 12-egg omelet at Beth's Cafe, the show’s host discovered too late that he had bitten off more than he could chew. Stopping mere bites from the finish line, Richman had to admit defeat. If he ever gets his appetite back, he might fare better with one of Beth's regular omelets, made with a relatively modest six eggs. Beth's Cafe is used to hosting guests who like to press their luck. Back in 1954, the business opened as a gambling parlor, but owners Beth and Harold Eisenstadt hit their first jackpot when they ditched the betting machines and began serving breakfast 24 hours a day. Since then, Beth's Cafe has enjoyed a slow and steady rise to fame. Breakfast is still served all day, but there are now chili-topped burgers and slices of Beth's epic chocolate cake to further complicate your decision. As far as decorations go, Beth's most famous designers are the people who eat there. Guests are provided with paper and crayons while they wait for their food, and the resulting doodles are gathered and hung on the walls until New Year’s Day, when the staff votes on the top 10. The winners remain in the dining room permanently, but the runners-up aren't hastily discarded; instead, the staff stores them in a "super secret vault" dusted with pancake batter to give away the fingerprints of would-be thieves.
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    7311 Aurora Ave N
    Seattle, WA US
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