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13 Coins Restaurant

1000 Denny Way Ste 513, Seattle, WA 98109 · Downtown
(206) 682-2513
Rating: 3.0 out of 5"472 Yelp reviews ·

Hours

  • Mon - Sun24 hours

Description

The "13 Coins" name is of Peruvian origin. The story goes that a poor young man loved and wished to marry a wealthy girl. Her father asked what he had to offer for his daughter's hand in marriage. The young man reached into his pocket. He had only 13 coins, Morebut assured the father he could pledge undying love, care and concern. The father was so touched, he gave his daughter's hand and "13 Coins" has come to symbolize unyielding love, care and concern.

Popular menu items

French Onion Soup · Prime Rib · Fried Ravioli

General info

Casual · Credit: Visa, Discover

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Latest reviews

  • Rating: 4.0 out of 5"Jul 20, 2014 · by Paul D. from YelpFood was very good. I had the biscuits and gravy. The biscuits are hand made and delicious with a crunch. The bacon gravy is unique and flavorful. Service was excellent, very quick. Full review
  • Rating: 3.0 out of 5"Jul 18, 2014 · by Anne O. from YelpCool atmosphere. I went here at 1am on a Saturday night with a friend and some strangers. Reasonable food. Worthwhile for late night food, but there are better options midday. Full review
  • Rating: 4.0 out of 5"Jul 06, 2014 · by Joanna M. from YelpIt's a classic place. Have eaten breaky here every time we visit Seattle! One of the few places open 24/7 if u dont want typical Dennys. Full review
  • Rating: 4.0 out of 5"Jun 12, 2014 · by Chris H. from Yelp13 Coins has been a staple of Seattle dining for as long as I can remember.One of the few 24 hour dining establishments that doesn't have pictures of their food on the menu, 13 Coins has good food at slightly higher prices.You pay for convenience I suppose. The whole place has a Rat Pack vibe, and is great for a late night meal or a nice sit down coffee early in the morning. Full review
  • Rating: 4.0 out of 5"Jun 07, 2014 · by Sheri F. from YelpI've been going to 13 Coins for 14 years.The prices were recently jacked up.However, you can still get breakfast for $10 and lunch for $15. The food is good, and they are open 24 hours.They will serve you breakfast any time of the day, which is awesome.The veal parmigiana is fabulous, as well as their eggs … Full review