Where to take my grandparents to Lunch in Seattle?
August 17, 2009 10:03 AM Subscribe
Where can I take my grandparents out to lunch in North Seattle that isn't Marie Callendar's?
posted by evinrude to food & drink (6 answers total)
They're roughly 90 and are understandably not adventurous in their food choices. I've gone to the Marie Callendar's up by Northgate twice with them before, and once to Ray's Boathouse Cafe, and those were successful, but I'd really like to try someplace new.
Requirements: must either have handicapped parking, or a door I can drive right up to and let them out at. (No wheelchairs involved, but mobility is limited.) No hills to walk up or down! Nothing spicy or unfamiliar. Ideally not too far of a drive from Wallingford. No loud music playing. The interior should be not-too-crowded so they don't have to squeeze their way through tables. (This rules out The Dish in Fremont, which I love, but is probably just too cramped.)