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Blue Day Inn, Pacific Highway WA
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Blue Day Inn, Pacific Highway WA 1930s


Blue Day Inn was a diner-style hot dog joint on the Pacific Highway, which used to be Seattle's version of "Route 66." This 1930s die-cut menu features a dachshund or weiner dog, a short-legged, long-bodied dog, who perfectly illustrates the diner’s culinary specialty. The interior menu opened out to reveal the food offerings.

Courtesy Brad Holden.

Each print is accompanied by a copy of the interior menu where available.

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