FULL ARTICLE by Tracey Pemberton and Mike Elmore – In 1908, an elaborate advertisement rose above the others at Seattle’s Pike Place Market. Protruding outward from the top of the stall and looming over the heads of shoppers, the Manning brothers promised “Coffee Served Hot,” with small cups of coffee that cost just 2¢ and large cups priced at 4¢. An empire was born.
Diners free, for sale, doomed
This is like the great American roadtrip you took when you were a kid – only better! We’re going to all the places your dad would have said ‘no’ to, like Blobfest, the giant shoe house, a giant windmill filed with Amish stuff, and more!