As a couple of commenters pieced together recently, the original 59 Diner spot at the curvy intersection of Farnham St. and Shepherd Dr. is back up for lease again, after a number of name- and face-changes in quick succession. After a 2-month interlude as El Beso Cantina, new signage and menus were deployed to rebrand the spot as Another Broken Yolk Cafe — which advertised itself online as a non-24-hour spot, though still bearing the tiny 24-Hrs Breakfast dot above the main entrance.
Almost immediately after that, the spot shut down again — another reader grabbed these photos of the building yesterday, noting that the only remaining signage on the site is the dot above the main entrance and the Closed For Remodeling note on the door. The property appears to have gone back on the market for lease around the last week of February, shortly before or after that new signage (shown below, but since removed) was being installed along Shepherd:
- 3801 Farnham St. [HAR]
- Previously on Swamplot: 59 Diner Replacement Switches Name, Direction After 2 Months; Original 59 Diner Building Now Open Again as 24-Hour Mexican, Breakfast Spot; Something Hot Moving In on 59 Diner’s Former Farnham Spot; Now Leasing: 59 Diner’s Former Shepherd Location Next to The Halal Guys
Photos: Bobby Normandin (top 2), Amy McWilliams (bottom)