Seattle >4th Avenue Diner
Yeah, it used to be the Denny's and you wonder when it becomes another breakfast and casual food place if it's gonna be good. Well I stopped in one day and had their sausage and eggs. Came with hash browns and either pancakes or toast. I tried the pancakes. Sausages not that great but my eggs were scrambled soft as I like them and the has browns were almost like what you can get at I-Hop so that's a plus. Coffee good not overly strong like some places. And refills keep coming. Like that. Clean and nice place to just be and eat and watch the Sodo traffic go by. Not into a lot of frills and tha't good. Take a glimpse of the photos of old Seattle areas over the front counter. Nostalgia one of my faves.
Second time I went had the bacon and eggs. Good bacon. More people. Enjoyed listening to their conversations. The couple that run the place doing a fine job. Yeah, blue collar types stop by but that's what makes it seem comfy. No pretenses, just come on in have some coffee and order something from the menu.
Definitely a place I will be eating at more often. Next time I'll try something other than breakfast. They say they're open 24 hrs. Must get kinda creepy late night early morning. But it is an industrial area so people usually around that time. Maybe developers will take a good look at the area.
Known for its breakfasts, this diner chain slings all-American grub and bottomless cups of coffee..
With its kid-friendly vibe, booth seating and late-night hours (most stores are open 24 hours), Denny's draws night owls, seniors and families with kids. The menu sticks to classic American staples: wings, chicken strips, burgers, salads and the like. But breakfast is king, with specialties ranging from skillets, egg scrambles, French toast platters and several variations on the famous Grand Slam: two buttermilk pancakes, two eggs, two bacon strips and two sausage links.
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