Monday, November 14, 2016

Forget Denny’s for 24-Hour Fare. Check Out 5 Point Café

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FOOD & DRINK
The 5 Point Café has been in operation since 1929 making it Seattle longest run family eatery (and oldest bar) in the Belltown neighborhood. Open 24 hours a day, a rarity for non-chain restaurants in the area, you can order breakfast any time of the day and even have it pretty darn cheap too during 5 Point’s “Breakfast Happy Hour” from 6:00-9:00 a.m. with menu options that won’t break that bank including French Toast, Short Stack Pancakes, Half Bennie, Breakfast Burritos and more. If you leave hungry, it's your own fault. All of their omelettes and scrambles come with unlimited hash browns except for weekends and holidays.

You'll find traditional breakfast eats like blueberry pancakes and five different types of eggs benedict, but you'll also find non-traditional dishes like the Asparagus Bacon Swiss Omelette and a Veggie Hash made with sweet yams, cauliflower, beets, red peppers, green peppers, onions and garlic.

5 Point is also known for their 11 ounce chicken fried steak and take pride that it is the biggest in Seattle. Be forewarned though, the clientele here is as unique at the cafe is itself. All walks of life come here and that is just how the owners like it. Check out their full menu here.

The 5 Point Café is located at 415 Cedar St. in Seattle 98119.