It's eclectic, funky, and just a fun place to mix it up from the usual office humdrum. Their food is down home industrial size cooking that satisfies the comfort food craving. Besides, who doesn't love being served by beautifully tattooed girls?
The walls are covered in vintage memorabilia that distract the eye from your companions and the singing barmaid makes you look around in dismay wondering if it's for real or just some crazy person who came in off the street for lunch.
The history of the area is kind of interesting too. It used to be an amusement park, built in 1907 on the Duwamish tide flats and closed in 1913. If you want to learn more about the area and the cafe you can go to www.lunaparkcafe.com.
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