Breadline Cafe opens new summer diner

Breadline at the Beach is a diner being operated by The Breadline Cafe of Omak. The diner, which is open to all the public throughout the summer, is located at Veranda Beach Resort. Submitted photo

Breadline at the Beach is a diner being operated by The Breadline Cafe of Omak. The diner, which is open to all the public throughout the summer, is located at Veranda Beach Resort. Submitted photo

Oroville location offers new food, drinks and scenery

OROVILLE – The Breadline Cafe has packed up its swimming suit, beach umbrella and sunscreen for the summer. Omak’s premier dining establishment is pleased to announce the opening of its second location: Breadline at the Beach at Oroville’s Veranda Beach Resort.

“We’ll be camping out for the summer on the beautiful eastern shores of Osoyoos Lake,” restaurant owner Paula Chambers said. “And it’s going to be a lot of fun.”

The diner, located behind the resort’s main office at 299 Eastlake Road, will be open through September for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Keeping up with Veranda Beach’s nostalgic 1950’s vibe, Breadline at the Beach offers a substantially different menu from its Omak restaurant and a throw-back to the bygone age of soda jerks, iconic neon signs and classic malts.

Kitchen manager Tyrus Burnett is trading in the ski slopes for sandy shores this summer; he’s spent 15 years managing the kitchen at Crystal Mountain Resort. He and Chambers have crafted a menu designed specifically for locals, but in a much more casual setting than the Omak location. Mouth-watering burgers and crisp summer salads are staples, of course. But Breadline at the Beach offers some unique and delicious grilled and sautéed options for evening dining as well as fun summer kids’ fare throughout the day.

“It’s the perfect getaway to try new foods, revel in classic desserts and soak in as much sun and scenery as possible,” Chambers said.

Located a stone’s throw from the shores of Osoyoos Lake, the diner’s patio promises sweeping views of the international lake, mountain landscapes and some of the best vineyards Oroville has to offer.

And the best part? Breadline at the Beach is open to the public, not just to guests of the resort. The fully staffed diner boasts poolside service, a full bar and some of the finest local ingredients the Okanogan has to offer.

The diner opened its doors last month and starting July 1, staff will be serving food seven days a week. Chambers recommends calling in advance throughout June for availability.

Breadline at the Beach can be reached at (509) 476-0815. More information can be found at www.breadlinecafe.com.

Oroville location offers new food, drinks and scenery

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