Choose from Three Options
- $11 for $20 worth of diner food and drinks
- $23 for brunch with two breakfast entrées and two bottomless mimosas ($45.96 value)
- $10 for $15 worth of takeout
Westside Cafe opened way back in 1956, when hot rods and pompadours were all the rage. Though trends have certainly changed in the decades since, the diner still stakes its reputation on classic breakfast and lunch dishes. Perennial favorites include the Elvis french toast, three-egg omelets, the American club sandwich, and the south-of-the-border chorizo and huevos. Guests can treat themselves to a decadent breakfast experience by combining eggs benedict dishes with cool slices of homemade ice cream pie. It's just one more thing that makes Westside unique, along with baked-from-scratch desserts and the million-dollar check hidden under one of the restaurant's seat cushions.