Seattle, WA 98101
Seattle Weekly's Description
Located underneath a large cement parking garage a block from Pike Place, Ludi's is easily identified by a vertical sign with bold green lettering. During lunch, construction workers wolf down hot beef sandwiches and teriyaki. At happy hour, R&B selections dominate the jukebox, and most of the crowd is double-fisting - one for liquor, and a beer for backup.
Tips from foursquare
Olde English cans! Get 'em!
A slightly scuzzy dive bar that just so happens to serve a fairly respectable cheap breakfast.. I like the French toast.
Neither their French dip nor their side salad is their core competency.
teriyaki with a smile and a friendly word.
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