Beck’s Cajun Cafe Second Location Opens with Expanded Menu

Beck’s Cajun Café has officially opened its location in Amtrak’s 30th Street Station. Like the Reading Terminal Market location this Beck’s will offer Cajun and Creole inspired eat-in and take-out fare. The larger space, however, means some additions to Beck’s beloved menu of gumbos and po boys.

New menu items include a range of salads and wraps, like the Blackened Salmon Caesar Salad, the Tasso Ham & Cheese wrap, and the Shrimp Po Boy Wrap. More daily specials like sweet potato waffles will also be available.

The bigger venue, kitchen, and crowd means that the Beck’s at 30th Street will be open longer hours as well, from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. every day. Plenty of seating and a full wait service means that Beck’s fans can now enjoy an expanded sit-down meal, too.

Beck’s Cajun Café [Official Site]

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  • Tex

    Am I alone in being highly unlikely ever to venture to 30th Street Station for a meal?

  • Uncle Sam

    I don’t think they opened up for you tex. think about how a train station work (lots of people going to and fro to other destinations). Cira center is there, penn, Drexel. So I don’t think they care that you won’t show up.

  • Tex

    Thanks for being such a dick. I was responding to the last sentence of this post: “Plenty of seating and a full wait service means that Beck’s fans can now enjoy an expanded sit-down meal, too.” That implies that Beck’s at the 30th Street station might be thought of as a destination restaurant. Do you think it will?

  • Mike

    Given that 30th Street Station handles almost 4 million Amtrak passengers a year, and millions more SEPTA passengers, I doubt they’ll be hurting for customers. It seems like Jose Garces’ restaurant in the Cira Center is doing ok.

  • CiraDrone

    Good news, more diverse options are needed in our area for lunch. Walking to the Drexel food trucks just isn’t a great option in the sticky weather.

  • Uncle Sam

    30 th st is a destination for a lot of people. Sorry for being a dick…not.

  • Dirty Duck

    CiraDrone is right. We need more diverse food options over here. Saw plenty of people sitting and enjoying a lunch.