The dearly departed Cully breakfast spot Beeswing will reopen in its new digs this weekend. The cafe has moved into the shuttered Laurelwood Brewing location in Sellwood-Moreland, and will officially open February 1, according to an Instagram post.
The Sellwood-Moreland Beeswing will offer the same service it did in Cully, with daily breakfast and lunch based on seasonal, local ingredients from local vendors. “It will be the same menu, basically, as what we had before,” says co-owner Marissa Lorette. The space itself is similar in size, seating about 100 people, though the kitchen is “ginormous,” as Lorette puts it. The team is aiming to reproduce the “welcoming, warm, and bright vibes” that defined Beeswing, including commissioning local artists to fill the space. The restaurant will open at 8 a.m. Saturday at 6716 SE Milwaukie Avenue.
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You have waited....and waited....and waited. We have built, worked, baked, cooked, and got it all ready!!! We are ECSTATIC to announce that our Grand Opening in Sellwood will be Saturday February 1st Come join us for brunch 8am-3pm #beeswingpdxisback #beeswingpdx #sellwoodpdx #eaterpdx #pdxeats #pastries #brunchpdx #coffeepdx #cocktails #trouthash #celebrate #portland #pdxfoodie #portlandeats #pdxcoffeeshops #yelpeatspdx #portlandfood
Updated January 30, 2020, 9:26 a.m.: This story has been updated to include Beeswing’s opening date.
Correction: October 5, 2019, 2:25. This article was updated to clarify that Beeswing is moving into the Sellwood-Moreland neighborhood.