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OPEN FOR BREAFAST & LUNCH
Wed. 9AM - 3:pm
Thursday, Friday & Saturday 9AM - 9:PM
Sunday 9AM - 3:PM
CLOSED MONDAYS & TUESDAY
DINING ROOM IS OPEN
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We are committed to supporting our community by offering healthful dishes. Our diverse menu is prepared daily, using local, organic and sustainable products.
Are you looking for a place to hold a party or event? We also cater events off site. Call us, 801-393-1225 or email Penny@TwoBitStreet.com
Don't for get to check out our menus! We offer breakfast on weekdays until noon and ALL DAY on weekends, we even won the Best of State Award for our brunch!
The East side (bar side) began as a mercantile around 1908 called the California Store.
In 1924 the Papas brothers bought the building and opened the legendary The Club Pool Hall
later shortened to The Club. Outside Two-Bit Street Café you’ll still see The Club’s sign hanging.
Two-Bit Street Café is located on Historic 25 th street in Ogden, Utah. We love having our restaurant here and try to respect and preserve the stories of this street and our building.
The West side of Two-Bit Street was built in 1897. Over the years it has been many different businesses, including a barbershop, shooting gallery, and the Paradise Coffee House.
126 Historic 25th Street. Ogden Utah
1930'S DECO BAR
Our back office is known as The Capone Room.
During the height of his power and influence
notorious gangster, Al Capone had considerable holdings in Ogden,
and would hold poker games in the back room of our building.
These games were known as “the largest stake poker games west of the Mississippi”.
THE CAPONE ROOM
Above the archway you can see a clock with a bullet hole.
The clock was first shot in the 1930’ by a Native American when The Club refused
to cash his check. It was shot again in the 1970’s by a drunken patron who claimed
he could hit the bullet hole. He missed, finally destroying the clocks motor.
Two-Bit Street Café opened it’s doors in 2003.
Owned by James Dayley and Penny Allred, Penny is still the head chef….