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Top O' The Town, Seattle 1950s
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Top O' The Town, Seattle 1950s Top O' The Town, Seattle 1950s

Top O' The Town, Seattle 1950s


The Top O’ The Town restaurant sat on the seventh floor of the historic Sorrento Hotel from the 1930’s through the 1950’s and, at the time, was the city’s highest restaurant.  The Sorrento Hotel was built in 1908 in advance of the Alaska Yukon Pacific Exposition (Seattle's first World's Fair) and, in honor of that era, the menu is die-cut in the shape of an original Seattle streetcar.

Courtesy Brad Holden.

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

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