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Luna Park Cafe

Map & Directions 2918 S.W. Avalon St.
Seattle, WA 98126
  • American
  • Sun-Thu 7am-9pm, Fri-Sat 7am-10pm
  • All Major Credit Cards, cash, ATM/Debit
  • Patio/Sidewalk Dining, Takeout, Wheelchair Accessible, Kid Friendly
  • Breakfast, Dinner, Lunch
  • Beer/Wine
  • Accepted
  • Lot Available, Street


Seattle Weekly's Description

Brightly colored lunch boxes hang from the ceiling of this zanily retro diner, a huge guitar stands in one corner, and old-fashioned advertisements adorn the walls. Check out the tableside jukeboxes while you have a burger and a real-ice-cream milk shake. You can get hot biscuits instead of toast with the huge three-egg breakfast specials, and the country-fried steak rules at dinner. Extensive inexpensive special menu for the under-10 crowd.

Member Reviews

  • dani191241 wrote a review for Luna Park Cafe
    on 10/06/09

    One word: milkshakes. Authentic, large, delicious...what could be better? And I love the food too...great sandwiches.

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  • Eric T. on 12/03/10

    Luna Park was once West Seattle's analogue to Coney Island and this cafe pays tribute to that bygone attraction near Alki. Old neon and memorabilia capture ambience but menu needs better execution.

  • T R on 11/17/11

    Luna Park was once a red light district for Seattle, "across the tracks".

  • Troy A. on 04/27/10

    The milkshakes are great! Don't go here without getting one.

  • Seattle Weekly on 01/28/11

    For only $3.75 get one of the best milkshakes in Seattle!

  • Jana O. on 05/26/10

    Great American diner with all the charm and funky interior without being too much of a greasy spoon.

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