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Old Nov 9, 11, 6:00 am   #1
 
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Breakfast in SeaTac area?

I'm arriving at 6:30AM. Father-in-law will pick me up and we want to go out for breakfast. I assume that there must be a Denny's on the highway in front of the airport. Anything else for a decent breakfast?
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There are two Denny's across from the airport. The closest is to exit baggage claim and turn right on International Blvd, it's about a block up the street. The other Denny's is a left turn on International Blvd., about 4 blocks up the street. There are hotels that are closer that also have breakfast, including two directly across the street from the airport (Red Lion and Radisson.)
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Dave's Diner on 188th

Gregorys Grill an Bar (Its attached to one of the hotels right across the street from the airport.
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Dave's Diner on 188th

Gregorys Grill an Bar (Its attached to one of the hotels right across the street from the airport.
We won't know what you consider good (Denny's?) and what your budget is. Or where you're headed (just to breakfast then back to the airport?). The Hilton across the street from the airport should have a fairly upscale menu, maybe buffet, but it won't be cheap.
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We won't know what you consider good (Denny's?) and what your budget is. Or where you're headed (just to breakfast then back to the airport?). The Hilton across the street from the airport should have a fairly upscale menu, maybe buffet, but it won't be cheap.
Well, not looking for the ultimate date, just breakfast. OK, no buffet, menu maybe kinda like a Denny's but better quality, something in airport area before heading north on I-5, does that help? Are there that many varieties of choices?
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Well, not looking for the ultimate date, just breakfast. OK, no buffet, menu maybe kinda like a Denny's but better quality, something in airport area before heading north on I-5, does that help? Are there that many varieties of choices?
Well yes there are.

The Hilton and Doubletree hotels have nice breakfast options.

The Silver Dollar Casino serves Denny's quality, but cheaper breakfast 24 hours a day.

The Bull Pen is at Pac Hwy and 200th ... its a dive bar, but they serve a pretty hearty steak and egg breakfast option.

And there is an IHOP at Pac Hwy and 204th

But my go-to places are the ones I mentioned in my last post, leaning most often towards Dave's Diner.
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I'm getting hungry reading this list! Denny's has really gone down hill over the years. Many other better options.
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Ended up at the DoubleTree Inn coffee shop for breakfast, across the street from the airport. Surprisingly good omelet. It was pouring down rain, so used valet parking. The restaurant stamped the ticket for free parking.
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13 Coins is where you want to go if you want a really nice breakfast or even regular food at breakfast time. That said, it's not the cheapest option.
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