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The Hurricane Cafe

2230 7th Ave., Seattle, WA 98121
The Hurricane Cafe Mojo 3/ 5
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hiromura
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Friday, January 2, 2009
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Better than it looks! by Angela Y. at InsiderPages
Not too far from Downtown Seattle's attractions, Hurricane Cafe is conveniently open 24 hours. Personally, I thought the waiters here were really nice. My friend and I came in really late and we stayed for a long time. The breakfast menu was pretty good and they refilled our coffee often.

One cool function they have is a media screen where you can send text messages and it shows up on the screen as a number. It's fun to talk to your friends on it. The occasional annoying message will show up, but it's easy to ignore.

Doesn't look that great from the outside, but the inside is clean, food is good, and waiters were nice.

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Recommended: Yes
carter98105

carter98105

Wednesday, October 8, 2008
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Breakfast anytime.
The Hurricane is. It's a dark and cool respite from the mean streets of the city. Here is a dark, safe place for you to hide in a big cushy black booth and recover. They will feed you a perfectly good breakfast at 5 PM or 6AM - OR!! 3:47AM and bring you alcohol in any form you request. All without being judgemental or disdainful. This place is the mother everyone wishes they had. The bathrooms could be more appealing- Mom's a little off her game on that front. Whether I wake up in a bit of a fog or I never passed out at all, the Hurricane is the place I head to recover. A solid eggs benedict and stout Cape Cod can cover a lot of sins and this is one-stop shopping among like-minded peers. I love it deeply.

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Recommended: Yes
DoogieHowser

DoogieHowser

Friday, May 2, 2008
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Yucky !!!!!
This cafe was right next to our hotel in Seattle so we thought we'd give it a try since it was late in the night and they were 24 hours. We got seated within 5 minutes of arriving and served water untill a waitress came to take our order.

We ordered our food and it took just over an hour to recieve it, while waiting for our food we were able to watch many people from different walks of life come in and out it was very interesting but anyway we ordered a 12 egg omelette (lol), a fiesta burger meal and nachos, the burger was very good along with the fries, the nachos were just horrible I swear the just got a bunch of tortilla chip threw them on a plate and sprinkled some shredded chese over it and thre it in the microwave...when I picked one chip up I swear the entire plate lifted along with it because the cheese was so rubbery everything was stuck together, the omelette tasted a bit funny too, there was some sort of yellowish powder on the side of the plate and thats how we found out if you order the 12 egg omelette half of it is POWDERED EGGS!!!!! we didn't even eat the omelette and there wasno way in hell we were gonna eat the nachos so between the four of us we split the fiesta burger and fries. It sad that you have to wait for over an hour for the food and leave within 10 minutes after recieving it because the food was terrible. Other than that the staff was okay, bathrooms were nasty!!!! Never again.

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Pros: Great staff, smoke free diner. cold water.
Cons: Horrible food, needs changes, nasty restroom.
Recommended: Yes
ladyk99

ladyk99

Wednesday, September 19, 2007
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Hurricane Cafe, A Delicious Dive to dive into!
My hubby and I went there, while staying a week in Seattle,Wash.I would recommend this "local dive"! Their wait staff was attentive..and asked if you needed anything..and checked on you as well. They have good foods there...I loved their sandwich melts,and their crunchy fish and chips as well as their yummy breaded onion rings..My hubby enjoyed their pancakes alot.
They have a good list of pale ales..and more. They are close to the downtown hotels,as well as the Space Needle,among other Seattle attractions. They are also open 24 hours ,prices range from $4.75 on up.

They have a juke box full of many oldies but goodies...and some fairly recent as well.They also have several pinball machines, and a bar on the side.

This is a good "local hang out", recommended more for visitors and locals...it isn't really a good place for children..but, you can take them, if there isn't any other place to go, or that is open..the food is good.

My hubby and I ,really liked this cafe, and would recommend it to anybody!!

I'd rate this four stars at the most!!

(The only thing I think might help would be that they fix their "booth" seats...as they were falling apart,and some "rock"! LOL! .Other notes:..this cafe has been there since the 1920's!! But, it is still a great place to go!!!)

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Pros: open 24 hours, good wait staff, great foods, great beers, nice place to hang or talk.
Cons: seats in booths need to be fixed, but, other than that...nothing else.
Recommended: Yes
cowgirl_blues

cowgirl_blues

Monday, April 23, 2007
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Need pancakes at 3 am?
As far as all-night diner's go, you can't beat the Hurricane. It has all the usual - skillet plates, huge omelets, bottomless hashbrowns, shakes, lots of fried appetizers and nachos...
and for the times when you need pancakes at three am AND a beer they serve some pretty mean drinks, too. Yeah, it's a dive, but it's a great one. It has a jukebox that plays all of your favorite alternative and rock hits, an arcade with pinball machines and old-school videogames but for all that it's actually pretty quiet. A nice plays to hang out with friends after a concert or an extra-long shift at work. The waitstaff are usual tatooed and pierced, they'll joke around with you if you're game and be snarky if your not but if you don't need a server to fake smile and call you sir or ma'am constantly you'll realize the service is actually great most of the time. They also cook up a mean bowl of vegetarian chili.
It's not fine dining, but it is a great place to hang out for a couple hours with your friends and get a solid, old fashioned stick-to-your-ribs breakfast or dinner.

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Pros: 24 hours!, good parking, fun place to hang out, entertaining servers
Cons: slow service, no diet options
Recommended: Yes
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Primary Phone: (206) 682-5858,
Secondary Number: (206) 623-575

Hours Open
Thursday 12:00am to 11:59pm
Friday 12:00am to 11:59pm
Saturday 12:00am to 11:59pm
Sunday 12:00am to 11:59pm
Monday 12:00am to 11:59pm
Tuesday 12:00am to 11:59pm
Wednesday 12:00am to 11:59pm