Beth’s Café reopens along Aurora Avenue in Seattle
Longtime breakfast spot Beth’s Café is closing September 2021.
SEATTLE — A popular Seattle eatery reopened on Wednesday after being closed for more than a year.
Beth’s Cafe along Aurora Avenue near Green Lake announced its reopening on Facebook.
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The cafe is open Wednesday to Friday, 7 a.m. to 3 p.m., and Saturday and Sunday, 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.
According to the Facebook post, the owners made contactless ordering and payment transactions.
Beth’s Café closes after Labor Day 2021. The owners say it’s a temporary closure, though it’s unclear how long the closure will last. That closure comes about two months after the cafe reopened following its initial closure due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The cafe’s owner said in an earlier Facebook post that the changing business hours and the pandemic could be to blame for the poor business situation at the time.
Several current and former employees told KING 5 at the time of the closure that they doubted the cafe would reopen.
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Beth Eisenstadt founded the eponymous diner in 1954 with her husband Harold, initially using the space as a nickel gambling parlor.
Since then, this popular eatery has been featured on Travel Channel’s “Man vs. Food”, “Best Places to Go for Pork” and Food Network’s “Top 5 Hearty Breakfasts”.
Beth’s Cafe is known for its giant 12-egg omelette and iconic decor.
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