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9 Seattle Diners That Serve a Pretty Good Classic Club

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Tired of all the fancy-pants versions of club sandwiches? Here are a handful of diners around town where you can order a club sandwich the way is was meant to be: on three slices of bread lanced with a toothpick.

Is your favorite classic club sandwich not on this list? Feel free to leave your recommendation in the comments!

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Chelan Cafe

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This diner under the West Seattle bridge is simply a nice, friendly and comfortable place for diner food, where sides of potato salad are still offered up with your sandwiches, including the club: a simple concoction of the usual suspects (bacon, turkey, ham, lettuce, tomato and mayo) on three slices of bread of your choosing. ($8.99)

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Easy Street Records & Cafe

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Described as "one of our biggest sandwiches by far!!" the Culture Club bursts with turkey, ham, bacon, lettuce, tomato, cheddar and Easysauce on three slices of wheat. ($8.25)

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Western Club: Zoe's roasted turkey and crispy bacon served tripled-decker on buttermilk toast with cheddar, lettuce, tomato and a jalapeno cilantro mayo ($10.95)

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Lost Lake Cafe & Lounge

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Turkey Club: turkey, bacon, lettuce, tomato and mayo on three slices of white bread. ($9.50)

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Luna Park Cafe

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The Clubhouse: Toasted triple-decker with bacon, lettuce, tomato, turkey and mayo. ($9.99)

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Pete's Eggnest

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Okay, not exactly a classic club, but the Pete's Club is kind of great with slices of roast beef, bacon, blue cheese, swiss, lettuce and tomato on three slices of bread. ($9.50). There's the more traditional Turkey Club for $8.95.

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Square Knot Diner

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Perhaps one of the best sandwiches to ever hit Georgetown is this 24-hour diner's club: roasted turkey, honey-glazed ham, smoked bacon, tomato, lettuce, and mayo piled high on your choice of toasted bread. ($9.95)

Vera's Restaurant

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Vera's Clubhouse: a triple decked-out turkey breast, bacon, lettuce and tomato bargain. ($7.95)

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Voula's Offshore Cafe

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This cafe on Northlake Way isn't great at hyping their above-average diner food. Case in point: their classic club is simply listed on the menu as "turkey & bacon club". It comes with the usual trimmings.

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($8.65)

Chelan Cafe

This diner under the West Seattle bridge is simply a nice, friendly and comfortable place for diner food, where sides of potato salad are still offered up with your sandwiches, including the club: a simple concoction of the usual suspects (bacon, turkey, ham, lettuce, tomato and mayo) on three slices of bread of your choosing. ($8.99)

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Easy Street Records & Cafe

Described as "one of our biggest sandwiches by far!!" the Culture Club bursts with turkey, ham, bacon, lettuce, tomato, cheddar and Easysauce on three slices of wheat. ($8.25)

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Western Club: Zoe's roasted turkey and crispy bacon served tripled-decker on buttermilk toast with cheddar, lettuce, tomato and a jalapeno cilantro mayo ($10.95)

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Lost Lake Cafe & Lounge

Turkey Club: turkey, bacon, lettuce, tomato and mayo on three slices of white bread. ($9.50)

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Luna Park Cafe

The Clubhouse: Toasted triple-decker with bacon, lettuce, tomato, turkey and mayo. ($9.99)

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Pete's Eggnest

Okay, not exactly a classic club, but the Pete's Club is kind of great with slices of roast beef, bacon, blue cheese, swiss, lettuce and tomato on three slices of bread. ($9.50). There's the more traditional Turkey Club for $8.95.

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Square Knot Diner

Perhaps one of the best sandwiches to ever hit Georgetown is this 24-hour diner's club: roasted turkey, honey-glazed ham, smoked bacon, tomato, lettuce, and mayo piled high on your choice of toasted bread. ($9.95)

Vera's Restaurant

Vera's Clubhouse: a triple decked-out turkey breast, bacon, lettuce and tomato bargain. ($7.95)

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Voula's Offshore Cafe

This cafe on Northlake Way isn't great at hyping their above-average diner food. Case in point: their classic club is simply listed on the menu as "turkey & bacon club". It comes with the usual trimmings.

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($8.65)

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