Lunch at Luna Park Cafe


Located in West Seattle lies the small community of Luna Park. Alki Beach is a stone throw away and you can see downtown Seattle across Elliot Bay. Luna Park Café is the place to eat, a lively joint filled with locals and a friendly staff. The walls are filled with kitschy signs and fun things for the wandering eye. The giant blue guitar over one of the booths caught our eye, along with the batman car by the entrance. Since the day was sunny and warm, we dined outside, and we were shaded nicely by the large umbrella over the table.


Luna Park Café is known for its vegetarian and vegan options, and for serving breakfast all day. They serve beer and wine, so my husband and I each chose something refreshing to whet our whistle. His beer was a spicy one, a Spicy Red Beer, with PBR, V8, and Siracha. One sip of it burned my mouth but oddly enough he liked the drink. I had a Beermosa, a beer and mimosa mixed together. It was interesting and a little too much on the beer side for me. Next time I'll just stick with a mimosa.


For food he had the Garden Medley Salad and I chose the Vegetarian Nachos. The nachos were huge so I ended up sharing them with my family. The chips were housemade with a good amount of cheddar cheese, beans, tomatoes, and olives. I paid extra for the guacamole, I mean, who wouldn't? You have to have guac with nachos. Our sons shared an order of the waffles and the waiter was really sweet to send them out already split on two plates for them. They gobbled them up!


I really wanted to try one of their popular milkshakes, so I decided we should all share a small one. I told my husband what to order while the boys and I visited the restroom. When we returned, he told me he ordered two shakes. Unfortunately, I forgot to have him order them with vegan ice cream. You can order up to two flavors and have them mixed, so I picked cherry and Oreo. Needless to say, we both ended up with stomach aches from the beer, the nachos, and the shakes. The boys didn't have any milkshake, so we were on our own to finish them. It was a heavy but oh so tasty lunch!















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