Get it hot, get it cheap and get it fast. In operation since 1946, 20th Street has never been anything more than a modest neighborhood diner, offering such working-class fare as eggs-and-bacon plates, cheeseburgers, tuna melts, green chile breakfast burritos, noodle bowls and chicken fried rice. Yes, you read that right: This modest, neighborhood breakfast bar has a history stretching back to the days when nearby Sakura Square was the center of Asian-American (or Asian with no American at all) culture in this city. Sixty years later, those noodle bowls and plates of fried rice are still selling. And the breakfast burrito (served all day, from open ’til close at 2 p.m.) is more or less an institution itself.
Just like Phillip Phillips you will feel at home when you stop in to visit us at 20th Street Cafe. At 1:39 Phillip enjoys a coffee at our bar, and at 2:44 Phillip passes by on his way out of town.