THE BEACH CAFE - A SEA CLIFF SUMMER FAVORITE RETURNS
May 26, 2016 -- The Sea Cliff Beach Cafe is back. After the long winter and the restless anticipation of a Sea Cliff summer one feels each spring - the Beach Cafe, a stop in the daily routine for many residents during our warmest months, will open this Saturday, May 28, and provide service each day this Memorial Day weekend and every weekend through June 26 and then daily until Labor Day.
Hardly your ordinary beach concession stand, with a wide variety of healthy and delicious fare for many tastes and moods at very reasonable prices and a spectacular view of Hempstead Harbor, as well as attentive and friendly service, the Beach Cafe at the Sea Cliff Village Beach pavilion is no stand at all, but rather a complete restaurant and the perfect place to go this July and August for a casual meal, to meet friends for a cup of coffee and a snack, or just to laze while sipping a fresh brewed iced tea gazing at the shore as the laid back summer activity unfolds. Visitors to the Cafe do not need to be beach members or to pay beach admission for entry.
Rob Byrne, formerly of Bernard’s in Glen Head, has operated the beach concession since 2013 and is the owner of the Port Cafe in Port Washington and the Bagel Cafe in Massapequa Park - and many of the offerings found there, you will also find at the Beach Cafe.
There are two separate menus - one for breakfast which runs from 9 to 11:30 am and another for lunch, from 12 to 5 pm, except on Fridays and special events when the Cafe remains open until 9 pm. In the mornings, the Cafe offers egg sandwiches, bagels, oatmeal with fresh fruit, as well as complete breakfasts from egg white omelettes to pancakes and french toast with a side of bacon, sausage, or potatoes.
The Beach Cafe's hours of operation, weather permitting, are from 9 am to 5 pm and til 9 pm on Fridays during the Beach Concerts and on evenings when special events are being held.
Visitors to the Cafe do not need to be beach members or to pay beach admission for entry.
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