The restaurant formerly known as Tom Cully Cafe, Beeswing will go beyond breakfast, lunch, and brunch by adding dinner hours on October 6. Dinner will run Wednesdays through Sundays, according to a press release.
Since opening in January 2017, Beeswing has established itself as the Cully neighborhood’s cozy brunch-time cafe. Moon and Sixpence’s Kevin Dorney owns it, and the kitchen has the one-two combo of chef Ian Watson (Pok Pok, Old Salt) and baker Marissa Lorette (Bakeshop, Smallwares).
Dinner will continue to offer a range of inventive and freshly baked items, often featuring local ingredients by farmers and food artisans in the neighborhood. On the docket are Lorette’s breads, pies, and pastries, as well as house-cured meats and smoked trout. A few brunch dishes will make the cut, too: the smoked brisket Reuben, waffles done up in savory versions, and scallion pancakes.
“It’s the natural next step for us,” writes Lorette. “We’re lucky to be in the Cully neighborhood.”