July 31, 2012
Reading Terminal Market favorite, Beck’s Cajun Cafe, brings the Cajun heat westward at its newest location inside 30th Street Station.
Bill Beck, chef and owner of Beck’s Cajun Cafe, officially opens its doors today.
Like its Reading Terminal Market location, the new Beck’s provides a Cajun and Creole-inspired eat-in and take-out menu to the University City community of students, commuters and businesses.
With the expanded space, Beck also features many first-time items on the 30th Street menu. In addition to the Bourbon Street Breakfast, traditional beignets and Best of Philly 2011 award-winning po boys, the menu will also include sweet potato waffles and a variety of daily specials.
For those looking for a grab-and-go, the 30th Street cafe offers a selection of salads and wraps, made fresh daily on the premises.
The new location will be open seven days a week from 8 a.m-8 p.m.
Beck’s Cajun Cafe
NEW location in 30th Street Station, 93 N. 30th and Market Streets