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Giant mimosas and breakfast piles -- grab it all at Luna Park Cafe!

Filled with Seattle history both old and new, Luna Park Cafe in West Seattle is a treat for both the eyes and the appetite.

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

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

Luna Park Cafe | 2918 SW Avalon Way 

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