Seattle Room Menu Collection
Preview up to 100 items from this collection below. This collection contains of hundreds of menus collected over several decades, each revealing the food tastes of Seattle diners and prices paid for fine and casual dining around town.
Clark's Northgate Menu
Part of the Clark's restaurant chain, founded by Walter Clark, with 22 restaurants all across Seattle, Portland, Tacoma and Yakima. Opened in the early 1950's. Clark sold the chain to Campbell Soup Company in 1970. The family eventually bought back their favorite, The Red Carpet, and renamed it "Gene's Red Carpet Restaurant."
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The Brooklyn Seafood, Steak & Oyster House "Salmon's role in the Pacific Northwest" Informational Brochure
Opened in 1988 in the former Brooklyn Hotel by Larry Hamlin, The Brooklyn's look harkens back to Seattle's gold-rush period. In 1994, the chef, Tony Cunio, and the general manager, Alon Aleshire, took over the restaurant.
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Chut Sing Bakery Menu
Opened in 1977 by four non-Chinese women - Leslee Engler, Pattie Rudiger, Cherie Furtado, and Cheryl Tyler - who met in Tai Chi class, this bakery served Chinese pastries. The owners taught themselves to make their baked goods from cookbooks and trial-and-error.
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Caffe Metropolis Menu
Identifier: spl_menu_00123View this item
Open since 1975, Bruno's serves Mexican and Italian food as two separate parts of its menu, rather than trying to combine the two cuisines.
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