Stopped for lunch during a recent trip to Seattle. The food, typical pub fare, was generally good for the price, but not standout.
The bathrooms are located in the basement, down a flight of creaky and somewhat uneven stairs (it should go without saying that Seattle's oldest restaurant is located in a very old building!), and they are not accessible to people with mobility issues.
The one reason that would make me hesitant to return has nothing to do with the food, or with the service generally, but with one thing the server did: he asked to see identification when I presented my Visa card to pay the bill. I thought this was very odd, considering that I was there with my parents, who are in their mid-70's, and our lunch tab came to less than $50. The server said he asks for ID because "they get a lot of tourists", whatever that means.
I've traveled over 100,000 miles inside and outside the country in the last ten years, and have purchased hundreds of meals at restaurants in dozens of cities during those trips. Never once was I asked for identification anywhere. Not in Vegas, not in Miami, not in Orlando or anywhere else you might think someone with a stolen credit might go for some R & R. I found it rather bizarre that a server in some Seattle hole-in-the-wall would ask for ID from a 40-something guy who just finished lunch with his elderly parents to the whopping tune of $45. Really?
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