Seattle's historic restaurants and how they look now!

The pandemic has led to the closure of several restaurants and bars in Seattle. Some historic restaurants survived through all the roughs and toughs. It is time for you to have a look at these legendary restaurants.

Mike's Chili Parlor

Ballard is serving chili recipes since 1992. They have the best hot dogs and chili fries in the city. One must try the chili burger, a hamburger smothered in their homemade chili and topped with a mountain of cheese, onions, and relish.

Mecca Cafe

Mecca Cafe is a late-night establishment and serves burgers, benedicts, and sandwiches at reasonable prices.

Ray's Boathouse

Ray's Boathouse saw closure and opening several times due to hardships. Ray's Boathouse is open and serves fresh Northwest seafood dishes.


Ivar's was a fish and chip stand that grew into a restaurant. Ivar's serves bowls of creamy clam chowder to tourists and locals.

Blue Moon Tavern

Blue Moon Tavern features local artists and is a perfect place to sit back and enjoy a day with friends and family over food.

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