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When word broke that Andy's Diner, a longstanding slice of Route 66 Americana down by the Spokane Street viaduct, would be replaced by a cheap Chinese restaurant called the Orient Express, Seattle reacted with a collective groan. The Orient Express' dining cars have stood where they are now since 1948, back when trains were the way most people got from Point A to a faraway B. Now, eating in rail cars seems phenomenally retro. The bar car oozes class and potential, and where Andy's never took consistent advantage of this asset, the Orient Express has played host to a burlesque nights and the gender-bending Trainwreck. The Orient Express also offers private karaoke in what look to be trap doors or storage closets.But Andy's never served Thai Iced, nor did it offer Chinese and Thai dishes at $7.50 a pop.
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