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IHOP

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950 E Madison St, Seattle, WA 98122-4318
Seattle, WA 98122
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(206) 322-4450
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if you want to see seattle's shadiest bunch of characters at 3am, this is the spot. great food, great coffee, friendly service. great value. nice spot for the shady shades...

Worst

Wow, after you get over the transvestite prostitutes, and every other "interesting" type that roll into this place, you gotta check out the staff. Come well armed, as the police ...

USED CONDOM ON THE STOP SIGN! 1/26/2013

1GoodMan Provided by Partner
Another building in the dank and dreary drug addled and homosexual filled nightmare that is east Madison and its surrounding broken bottle puke sta... more

Best restaurant run by ex-felons. 7/15/2007

Wow, after you get over the transvestite prostitutes, and every other "interesting" type that roll into this place, you gotta check out the staff. Come well armed, as the police are not real quick in their responses to IHOP-1st Hill. Don't use the restrooms, unless you are immunized against, well...everthing. Talk about nasty. A great place to people watch, and to contract Hepatitis, MRSA, or the disease du jour. And, that's just from the tables. Pros: A thrill a minute. Cons: Don't bring grandma to this place unless she's into bong hits, and speedballs. more

The shady shades 11/18/2004

if you want to see seattle's shadiest bunch of characters at 3am, this is the spot. great food, great coffee, friendly service. great value. nice spot for the shady shades... more
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Editorial

  • In Short
    The first International House of Pancakes opened in a suburb of Los Angeles in 1958 serving a menu of hearty breakfast favorites. Today the restaurant still serves its signature dishes like the original buttermilk pancakes and pigs in blankets: sausage links wrapped in hotcakes. Other breakfast items include waffles, omelets, French toast and crepes. Non-breakfast offerings include sandwiches, burgers, entree-sized salads, and dinners like T-bone steak, pot roast and herb-roasted chicken.

  • 7/29/2008 Provided by Citysearch

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  • Payments:

    Master Card, Visa
  • Neighborhoods:

    Central Business District, Downtown

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