For 40 years, 13 Coins has been the restaurant where Seattle goes to celebrate. It’s décor and cuisine have not been altered much over the years, but that’s about to take a minor change.
When did 13 Coins Seatac open?
As evergreen as its Seattle surroundings, 13 Coins is a timeless Seattle institution where generations have settled in for an unforgettable experience since 1967.
Did 13 Coins move?
The 24/7 dining institution is moving from South Lake Union to Pioneer Square, where it’ll be bigger and swankier, but it won’t be the same.Dec 6, 2017
Where was the original 13 coins?
The Thirteen Coins restaurant was a place in the late1960’s and 70’s that was uniquely kind of east coast in that it offered intimate, high quality dining 24 hours a day. The original is located at 125 Boren Ave. N. but will close in couple of weeks, then reopen in Pioneer Square.
What is the significance of 13 coins?
Thirteen (13) coins (either gold or silver) represent Christ and his 12 apostles. It is a simple ceremony where the Bridegroom gives the Bride these coins to represent his responsibility as a provider, and his trust in his Bride with his material possessions. Usually a few words or vows are exchanged.