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.
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.
Identifier: spl_menu_00170View this item
Cinnamon's Dinner Menu
Identifier: spl_menu_00172View this item
Moscow Restaurant, December 9, 1953
Seattle; Wash. Moscow Restaurant; Lakeview Blvd. Long a landmark in Seattle this Russian restaurant makes a picturesque scene. Photograph 1953.
Date: 1953-12-09View this item
SGS Bulletin, v.6, no. 3, Nov. 1956
Date: Nov. 1956View this item
Café Society Menu
Opened in May of 1976 by Karen Mundell and Raymond Cox, Café Society was a small, 40-seat restaurant in the St. Charles Hotel Building. It mainly served lunch, and dinner only on Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays. Everything was house-made, including their baked goods. Larry Brown, in The Seattle Times, enjoyed Cafe Society's food and atmosphere in a 1976 review. It closed in 1988.
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