Located in Cheney, WA, Bene’s is a mastermind of Eggs Benedict and all things breakfast. If I go to a restaurant called Bene’s and I order eggs benedict… it better taste like this. The eggs were soft and lush, the muffin toasted and buttery with a good crunch, and the hollandaise glazed the eggs oh so perfectly. The egg benedict dishes range from $11-$15. If you can’t decide which one to try, order a half and half and try two!
To all of the people that say Millenials are lazy and don’t know how to work, and blah blah blah, i’d like to introduce you to Derek. He’s one of the hardest workers around. He is up long before anyone should be, and he is a jack of all trades at Bene’s. You can find him in the kitchen, doing the accounting, social media, and whatever else he needs to do to make Bene’s a success. He has poured his heart and soul into this business and it shows! Derek has been around the block working in various restaurants around Spokane, most recently at Backyard Public House and Remedy.
“Bene’s opened in September 2017 and is located in the heart of Cheney, WA. Just minutes away from Eastern Washington University, Bene’s offers unique twists on traditional breakfast and brunch dishes.
Locally owned, Bene’s is the brainchild of Derek and Alexx Baziotis. With over a decade of cooking and serving experience, Bene’s pride’s itself on being the best breakfast in town with exceptional customer service. Come in and get your am fix!”
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Bene’s (24 W 1st St. Cheney, WA // 509.951.5207)