SEATTLE — Luna Park Cafe, just off the West Seattle bridge, is pretty easy to spot. From the giant devil-man mascot to the bright green and yellow exterior, Luna Park Cafe has a lot of personality, and a lot of great food.

As a diner, Luna Park Cafe does breakfast, lunch and dinner. They're well known for the hobos and piles- combinations of eggs, hashbrowns and other breakfast items- as well as their house-made meatloaf for dinner.

Their milkshakes are legendary, too. The hot fudge milkshake is dipped in hot fudge and topped with a mountain of whipped cream and a cherry. And if you're looking for a drink, their mimosas are both generous and delicious.

Luna Park Cafe holds a lot of history inside of it, too. The cafe itself is named after Luna Park, the West Seattle amusement park that operated from 1907 to 1913. Their mascot- the grinning devil-man- comes from an old advertisement for the amusement park.

If you search the walls of the restaurant, you can even find J. P. Patches' original coat! And if you're a music fan, there's a jukebox there that's sure to satisfy your musical curiosity.

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Luna Park Cafe is filled with vintage lunchboxes, neon signs and the sounds of several rockin' jukeboxes
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The original Luna Park may be gone, but Luna Park Cafe carries on its legacy with style, flair and- most importantly- deliciousness.

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Luna Park Cafe is named after Luna Park, an amusement park that operated in the early 1900s
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Luna Park Cafe | 2918 SW Avalon Way 

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