West Seattle restaurants: Happy 23rd, Luna Park Café!

Staci at Luna Park Café shared the photo of their sign – which is up in advance of the restaurant’s 23rd anniversary this Sunday (March 18th). She says they’re celebrating by offering kids free face-painting from 3-6 pm that day (Sunday). The café’s history – including a photo of what the building held, long ago – is on this page of the LPC website. Staci also mentioned they’re also celebrating St. Patrick’s Day tomorrow (Saturday) with a corned-beef-and-cabbage special and green beers. (We’ve received word of a few other St. P’s day specials we’ll be offering, and they’ll be in the Saturday daily preview – e-mail us yours if you haven’t already!)

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7 Replies to "West Seattle restaurants: Happy 23rd, Luna Park Café!"

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    HelperMonkey March 17, 2012 (12:47 am)

    aw, Happy Birthday Luna Park! Keep on keepin on being as awesome as you have been. You all rock.

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    Brontosaurus March 17, 2012 (12:50 am)

    Happy Birthday Luna Park Cafe! Thank you for the many good memories you have given my family (particularly the bat mobile and chocolate malt).

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    Block Watcher March 17, 2012 (9:41 am)

    Nothing beats one of Luna’s shakes and a side of fries…..may you have many more years ahead!

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    Staci March 17, 2012 (10:37 am)

    Thanks for the love… face painting is on SUNDAY the 18th from 3 to 6pm though.

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      WSB March 17, 2012 (10:41 am)

      Sorry, had it right a couple other places, took out the extraneous letters here. It’ll be in tomorrow’s daily preview, as well.

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    miws March 17, 2012 (12:14 pm)

    Happy 23rd, Luna Park!

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    Hard to believe it’s been long since LPC opened, yet seems like they’ve been around forever!

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    Mike

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    resident3 March 17, 2012 (3:04 pm)

    We Love Luna park and the employees!

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