Seattle has plenty of great breakfast spots but few match up to Ludi’s – a downtown diner known for its Filipino breakfast items. The diner, which opened in the 1930s and closed in 2019, has officially returned just a few blocks from its original location.

Ludi’s closed in 2019 due to a fire, and then there was the pandemic. During 2021, the restaurant did a few pop-ups under the name “HYUP,” but decided it was time to make a full comeback.

The new location is located on 2nd Ave & Stewart and will be has officially opened after a soft opening last weekend.

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Ludi’s had several outstandingly popular menu items like their ube pancakes which are heavily featured in their tagged photos. A tagged image of the new menu shows other menu items like a selection of omelettes, various kinds of silog, biscuits & gravy and more.

Go give them some love in their new space this weekend.

Ludi’s Restaurant

Where: 120 Stewart St
Hours: Daily 7 AM-3 PM