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Planet Java Diner
Fine Dining Restaurant
Today 9:00 am – 2:00 pm
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72 S Washington St Seattle, WA 98104, United States
72 South Washington StreetUSWashingtonSeattle98104
Fine Dining Restaurant, American RestaurantToday 9:00 am – 2:00 pm
Monday 7:00 am – 2:00 pmTuesday 7:00 am – 2:00 pmWednesday 7:00 am – 2:00 pmThursday 7:00 am – 2:00 pmFriday 7:00 am – 2:00 pmSaturday 9:00 am – 2:00 pmSunday 9:00 am – 2:00 pm
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Family-friendly diner offering breakfast fare, burgers & sandwiches in a space with retro decor.- Google
"Great diner experience, great food, great service!"
"The decor is old-time diner: stainless steel table tops, kitsch on the walls."
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Isaiah Robins
a month ago
great breakfast good food nice looking place just warm and inviting. I will definitely come back next time I'm in Seattle
Em Gee
a year ago
Best over-easy eggs and hash browns I have ever had. I love this place. The staff is friendly and efficient. My coffee is never empty!
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Emmett Pickerel
a year ago
Fun atmosphere doesn't make up for inedible food. Was hoping for a nice, greasy-spoon diner breakfast. Instead, got tough and rubbery burnt eggs and toast pre-slathered with margarine. Bon appétit, bin!
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Barb Chamberlain
2 years ago
Great diner experience, great food, great service! Got the fastest cup of coffee in front of me I've had in the 2 months I've been living in Seattle. Not designer or artisanal coffee--just the great basic drip you expect in a diner. We had breakfast, which they serve all day. I had the garden scramble with feta cheese; veggies seemed fresh and not overcooked, hash browns were crispy just the way I like them (although they seem to be the usual reconstituted kind most diners use), and when I asked for honey with my English muffin the waitress asked if I wanted an extra plate to lay out the English muffin and pour honey over it. My husband had the Denver omelet and said it was good too. Bottomless cup of coffee, attentive service without being too much. The decor is old-time diner: stainless steel table tops, kitsch on the walls. Bonus points to the young waitress for instantly being able to name the lead singer of Journey. All in all a great value just a few blocks away from where you'd pay much more for the same breakfast at Pike Place Market. Our breakfasts were around $8/apiece.
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Jared Kozak
5 months ago
This is the most convenient spot for Sunday brunch - simple and good. During Seahawks season the wait is a little longer but they don't forget to refill your coffee. We had a little credit card mishap but it was settled in a friendly way once a paper bank statement was shown.
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Sydney F. Rotten
3 weeks ago
This food was murder on my stomach, sharp stomach pains all the way for a day from this horrible stuff! NEVER AGAIN!!!
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Aaron Maruska
2 years ago
After stumping upon one of there signs on the corner a coworker and I gave the place a try for lunch. The food was very good to excellent, the decor fit the place and the staff was very friendly. Looks like next time the family is in town it will be on the shortlist for places to grab breakfast or lunch.
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Jeremy Fernandez
9 months ago
This is one of the coolest fingers I have been to and has awesome food