We arrived late at the La Quinta hotel and suites in Seattle's Belltown area. The front desk staff advised that the closed place to eat was the Hurricane Cafe located in the lane behind their hotel. Too tired and in the mood for a quick and casual eatery, we headed to the Hurricane, to find a local well established diner, your typical 'greasy spoon' and with a slight smelly atmosphere, lol. Friendly service, I can see that this would be great for a family with kids. The extensive menu offers all the greasy comfort foods one would expect and we ate with great appetite after a long days drive. My husband had a burger, fries and a huge thick milk shake. I had the potato skins with bacon and sour cream, which hit the spot., we picked up some drinks at the Shell convenience store on the corner across the strees. This is all we required to get settled on upon arrival. jThe breakfast at the La Quinta Hotel is a general continental, with pancakes and waffles. If you require bacon and eggs, the Hurricane is of course available - looks like they are open all the time !
One block down from that area is the "Whole Foods" pavillion, which offers an amazing choice of prepared foods, like a food court, and you will not be disapponted. Even the most picky eater can manage to find something yummy there. If you walk up Bell street, you will find several restaurants in a row there, ranging from Indian food to Mexican foods and a good deli. I recommend the Hurricane Cafe for families and late-night arrivals who want a very relaxed and casual atmosphere.
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