It’s called “Beat the Clock,” and it’s part of the operation at Du-par’s, a small, 73-year-old chain that’s come to town from L.A. Seems if you make it here between 4:00 and 6:00 p.m., the price you pay for your meal is whatever the time is. Like, eat at 4:11, pay $4.11.
They’re in a plant-filled eatery that used to be Baker’s Square. A big sign reads “Du-par’s Restaurant and Bakery.” There’s another sign below it: “24 Hours, 7 Days.”
Good to see this strip-mally part of town has gotten itself an all-night eatery.
- "Beat the Clock" · Aug. 9, 2011
|Sunday||midnight to midnight|
|Monday||midnight to midnight|
|Tuesday||midnight to midnight|
|Wednesday||midnight to midnight|
|Thursday||midnight to midnight|
|Friday||midnight to midnight|
|Saturday||midnight to midnight|
The kitchen is always open during business hours.
|Cuisine||American, Bakery, Breakfast|
|Price range of entrées||$8 - $25|
|Occasional live music||No|
|Payment Options||Accepts credit cards|