Bebopalicious Cafe

Petrie

Walking through the doors of Bebopalicious Cafein Petrie offers a rare opportunity to step back in time into a 1950s style diner.

Bepobalicious Cafe Petrie

From the classic black and white tiled floor to the shiny jukebox and vintage memorabilia adorning the walls, sipping a milkshake here feels like an authentic time travel experience.

Serving breakfast as well as all of the American faves for lunch & dinner, customers can get their morning fill of bacon and eggs, classic corn fritters, avo on toast, buttermilk pancakes and fruit toast.

Vinyl record and 1950's memorabilia on pink pained wall

On the lunch/dinner menu are Hot Dogs (Classic, Works & Chilli), Burgers (Hawaiian, Bourbon BBQ, Classic Cheese and Veggie) and Loaded Fries (Plain, Cheesey or Chilli Cheese), with desserts of Banan Split or Sundaes.

Old fashioned payphone on wall

There's also a kids menu of hot dogs, cheese burger or chicken nuggtes and fries, or cheese & ham toastie.

*Note that the nachos are no longer available as per the specials board in the image above.

by Lucy Hordern

Bebopalicious Café

Shop 2/1 Dayboro Rd

Petrie

Opening hours

3285 8855

Map

1 Dayboro Rd Petrie

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