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122 Cherry St., Seattle, WA 98104
At Bakeman's, the meatloaf is fairly rudimentary: The beef is pressed until smooth, and seasoned with a mix of spices that taste something like onion soup mix. Seated on housemade white bread with a plug of lettuce shreds, the meatloaf has a blue-collar appeal that helps the basement cafeteria sell hundreds of sandwiches every weekday. Bakeman's has been around for decades, and is likely to be around for many more. The good news is Bakeman's version of meatloaf is awfully soft, a sandwich with which to grow toothless and old.
Source: Seattle Weekly
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