Seattle >Panama Hotel Tea & Coffee Hse
Love. This. Place. Located in the heart of the ID this lovely room is loaded with history and an extensive selection of fine teas, two large rooms of flexible seating and free wifi. Low noise level makes it a perfect place to converse or work.
Featured in the novel "Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet," the Panama offers a peek into history along with coffee, tea, sandwiches and Japanese sweets. Look through the plexiglass installment in the floor to see where Japanese-Americans stored their possessions during WWII internment.
Bright and comfortable International District tea room serves a side of Japanese-American history with its imported blends..
A cozy, yellow-walled tea room where patrons read novels and write on laptops, taking advantage of the quiet atmosphere and free Wi-Fi. The long and exotic tea list has selections from Japan, China, Sri Lanka and India. Look through the window at the back of the bar: the hotel was once a Japanese rooming house and you can still see belongings that its occupants stashed in the basement before going to internment camps.
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