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13 Coins Restaurant
American Restaurant$$
Today Open 24 hours
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18000 International Blvd #113 SeaTac, WA 98188
18000 International Boulevard #113USWashingtonSeaTac98188
$$American RestaurantToday Open 24 hours
Monday Open 24 hoursTuesday Open 24 hoursWednesday Open 24 hoursThursday Open 24 hoursFriday Open 24 hoursSaturday Open 24 hoursSunday Open 24 hours
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Funky eatery serving Italian & American dishes 24/7, with high-backed booths & bar seating.- Google
"The New York steak was flavorless, they where cooked properly!"
"Highly recommend the crab omelette and crab eggs benedict."
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Marc Loiselle
a month ago
Once you know this place exists there's really no good reason to go to any other late night restaurant. It's pretty much how God would design an airport diner; and everything on the menu is awesome.
Michael Martin
6 months ago
Good food, good service. My suggestion is to eat at the bar, you get a fun show of watching the kitchen staff make the food as you wait. it's fun to see what it takes to get your plate out to you. also unlike other places they don't hide their cooking practices for someone like me that is a huge plus.
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Brian Nokes
11 months ago
The chefs have great chemistry together and make a mazing meal. Perfect size and the price was real good. I didn't know what I wanted at first, but something small. The server helped. I said some eggs, spinach, bacon, onions, and then he's suggested some cheese mozzarella, sounds good. I watched in maze both of them cooking it was amazing. Now having the chance to eat here and understand what people are telling me about place, I now understand. The flavours just complimentary, unbelievable, orgasm in my mouth that was the best and perfect meal I have ever had.
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Donna Stanley
a year ago
Well waited almost 20 years to eat here. Finally got around to it. Could have had a better a cheaper meal at White Spot. Wanted the linguine with clams and it really was delivered cold. So dissatisfied. based on managers suggestion ordered the chicken parmesan. It was good but not worth the price. They never offered dessert or a drink to make up for the cold meal.wouldn't recommend this place or return again. 😜
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Doyle Golden
3 months ago
13 Coins Seatac – For All the Right Reasons, a Grill for All Seasons I first ate at 13 Coins on a business trip to Seattle way back in 1991. I was flying in from the east coast and arrived in Seattle about 5:00 PM local, but my body time was at 8:00 PM and I desperately wanted food. After checking in at the hotel I got a recommendation from the front desk to try 13 Coins on International Blvd. When I got there, this hungry person said halleluiah I’ve arrived at the promise land flowing with seafood and pasta. My first impression was wow; this place is alive with excitement and on fire. The excitement was from the enormous energy carried out by the kitchen staff. The fire came from the cooks making dishes over the flaming grills which would suddenly erupt with leaping tongues of fire. I had a pasta dish and for the life of me I can not recall what is was, but I do remember that it was excellent. Fast forward about 25 years and I’m back in Seattle with my family looking for a good restaurant in the Sea-Tac area. I vaguely remembered where 13 Coins was located on International Blvd so I trusted my long term memory and was able to find it again. Going back after such a long spell was a test of faith but it lived up to my well cherished memories of excellent pasta - and much more. I’ve got family members who choose seafood or veal dishes over pasta so the 13 Coins menu satisfied their desires. Their dishes of veal and salmon were excellent. My pasta dinner of half spaghetti and half beef ravioli was excellent. It was probably different from my 90’s trip but I’m not going to loose any sleep trying to remember. The service was good and some what frenetic - this was expected because the place was crowded and jumping. Since it’s a 24-hour menu place, it has that Vegas kind of beehive hum and buzz. The decor is old school club-style high back booths with low level lighting to relieve the stress you might be carrying. But if you are in a high wire mood, then the high-back captain chairs which face the kitchen might just be what you need. We managed to get there before the peak rush for dinner, but if you hit the crest of dinner time then expect to wait awhile. It is a popular place with locals and travelers alike so parking can be a challenge. Remember this is Seattle with lots of people in a relatively small space surrounded by all manner of lakes, sounds or bays. This visit I got to share the 13 Coins experience with my family and we all agreed it was a unique dining experience. Much like mine back in aught 91.
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Kyle Baney
6 months ago
Excellent service, food was quick, reasonable prices. Great place to eat!
Brent Archer
4 months ago
Best filet mignon on the planet!
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Michael Lee
a year ago
Be aware of shady waiters. I had breakfast there when I went for a business trip. When I got the statement and tried to submit an expense report, I noticed that this place charged me $4 more on the tip! (I already added 20% tip on the original bill). I had to call the restaurant to dispute the charge! All the manager could say was that the waiter added it by mistake. Well, Can't trust the restaurant that adds more tips by "mistake". Check your credit card statement guys. You might find extra tips they added by "mistake".
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