Our Famous Diner

Founded in 1954

Our Famous Diner

Established in 1954 as a nickel slots gambling parlor by Beth and Harold Eisenstadt, Beth's Cafe is now World Famous for our hearty, delicious breakfasts including the enormous 12 egg omelette. Beth's has been featured on the Travel Channel's "Man vs. Food", "World's Best Places to Pig Out", Food Network's "Top 5 Big Breakfasts", as well as numerous local and national publications. Beth's Cafe is just 5 minutes north of downtown Seattle on Highway 99 (Aurora Ave N.) between 73rd Street and Winona in the Greenlake neighborhood. Come see what everyone's talking about!

Beth's Cafe has been serving Seattle as a 24-hour breakfast, brunch, lunch, dinner, and every food time in between restaurant and diner since 1954, and we have remained much the same since. We are largely known for our delicious "greasy spoon" cuisine, and have a famous 12-egg omelette guaranteed to fill you up. We pride ourselves on customer service, and love to feed everyone who walks in our doors. Burgers, sandwiches, scrambles, Whether you're looking for some french toast at 7 a.m., some hash and eggs at 10 p.m., or some pancakes at 3:30 a.m., we'll be here for you!

Customer Reviews

What they say
  • Seattle Mainstay

    A friend told me about this place years back and I finally tried it out this week. Twelve egg omelettes? I don't have a pack of kids or an eating disorder so I passed. All you can eat hash browns are included with many of the meals. I guess if I was going to fast for a week after my visit, maybe. The patty melt and tater tots for nine bucks was more than enough. The crayon drawings covering the walls were cool. Service was great. Recommended.

    Amy K - Beth's customer


  • Late Night Grub

    Family in town for the Holiday, partied all day and night, and so we ended up here for some early morning (3am) grub. This cafe by far was out of this world, looks small, but it's actually big, getting to our seat was like walking in a maze, other late night folks there, we weren't alone and got to see some real life events, like someone having way too much of Booz and vomiting. It's a good thing all of us have strong stomachs and ignored that picture before our food got to us. The staff did apologize, and we accepted. The food was great and the servings are big, I was so hungry I ate everything on my plate, the prices are reasonable, and the wait time for food did take a little while, but there where 6 of us in our group so that was expected, especially with one cook on hand. Will defiantly go back for another late night hang out.

    Olympia Washington - Beth's customer