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Dining Room Hours

  • Sun - Thu
  • Fri - Sat
  • 8:00am-10pm
  • 8:00am-11pm

Happy Hours

  • Not-so-Early-Bird
  • Everyday - Bar Only
  • Tuesdays- All Night Happy Hour
  • Mon-Fri, 8:00am-11am
  • 3-6:30pm & 10pm-close
  • 3pm-close
 
5 Spot

Dining Room Hours

  • Weekdays
  • Sat - Sun
  • 8:00am-11pm
  • 8:00am-3pm & 5pm-12am
  • Closed 3-5pm

Happy Hours

  • Not-so-Early-Bird
  • Mon - Fri
  • Mon-Fri, 8:00-11am
  • 3pm-6pm & 10pm-close
 
Endolyne Joe's

Dining Room Hours

  • Sun - Thu
  • Fri - Sat
  • 8am-10pm
  • 8am-11pm

Happy Hours

  • Not-so-Early-Bird
  • Everyday
  • Tuesdays- All Night
  • Mon-Fri, 8am-11am
  • 3pm-6pm & 9pm-close
  • 3pm-close
 
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Operating Hours

  • Daily
  • 8am - 10pm
 

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Late Night Nosh

10PM-close
Sorry no substitutions on Late Night Nosh items.
Each lil' dish just $7.00!
Mom's Mac 'n' Cheese
7.00
Three cheeses and macaroni. As ooey-gooey good as a hug from Mom. Served with fancy toast.
Late Night St. Charles Botanical Garden Salad
7.00
Fancy greens in raspberry vinaigrette tossed with glazed pecans and crumbled blue cheese.
Late Night Not-Too-Tiny Turkey Sandwich
7.00
A smaller version of our Hot Turkey Sandwich with mashed potatoes & gravy. Served open-faced over white bread.
Late Night Breakfast
7.00
Eggs how you want 'em with your choice of bacon, sausage or ham. Griddled potatoes and toast, too!
Late Night BBQ Pork Sandwich
7.00
Slow smoked pork shredded & cloaked in Tennessee BBQ sauce on a bun. Served with fries and slaw.
Late Night Quesadilla
7.00
Stuffed with smoked chicken, kale, red onion, cilantro, jack and Oaxaca cheese. Topped with escabeche & lime sour cream.
Cochinita Pibil Tacos
7.00
Three braised pork belly tacos with pickled red onion, cilantro, pico de gallo & cotija cheese. gf

Neighborhood Notes

Salinas Valley @ the 5 Spot!

The “Salad Bowl of the World” is undoubtedly one of the richest agricultural regions in the world. Nestled between the Gabilan & Santa Lucia mountain ranges, agriculture is the dominant industry of the valley in part to it’s Mediterranean-like climate. We love this region for the cultural richness of it’s population and the bounty of beautiful produce offered to us year round as well as the cultural significance of Salinas being the hometown of one of America’s most beloved authors, John Steinbeck.  So sit back, relax….. and eat your vegetables!

 

French Toast
Garbanzochoke Salad

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