Beach Hut Deli


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We must keep as our goal turning away from production for war and expanding production for peace.png This entry refers to a departed business that has closed or left town.
All information here is for historical reference only.

beachhut-open.jpgIt's a real picture! Hmm, should go back and take something less blurry.

coral-reefer.jpgThe Coral Reefer - Best deal they've got for $5: A sandwich normally $6.40, chips, and soda/beer(!). SantaCruz.jpgMissAmyQ's Choice: Medium Santa Cruz; can't go wrong with this sandwich :)

109 E Street
Mondays 11am-8pm
Tuesdays 11am-8pm
Wednesdays 11am-8pm
Thursdays 11am-8pm
Fridays 11am- 8pm
Saturdays 11am-5pm
Sundays 11am-5pm
(530) 758-SURF (7873)
December 16th, 2008

Beach Hut Deli is a restaurant that is next to Sugar Daddies and Thai Canteen on the ground floor of the Lofts. The franchise consists of 19 other locations, all in California except for one in Reno, Nevada. The surf-themed eatery offers a wide variety of gigantic, tasty sandwiches, hot and cold (with a strange fascination for cream cheese, but don't knock it until you try it) along with some sides and drinks including beer on tap and a variety bottled juices and lemonades. For the sports-minded, there are two TVs that often show some of the more obscure sports channels.

Aside from specials (see below), prices run a couple bucks higher than options like Subway, but Beach Hut gives huge piles of meat on the sandwiches (translation: grab some napkins). A "small" typically runs about $6-8, but it's a good-sized sandwich. Exact sizes vary depending on the type of bread used for the sandwiches. Mediums run up to about $11, but make for an enormous meal (the amount of meat that comes on one of their sandwiches is massive. To compare with Subway? Really? Subway gives you a tiny slice of meat and cheese. If you order double meat it still doesn't come close to this place and you end up paying about the same. —ashleyinthemist). For sandwiches made on sliced bread, the difference between a small and a medium is just the amount of meat (you get an extra inch or so piled on there). Many people get two full meals out of medium sandwiches. skinnyfatgirl relates that the pulled pork sandwich had "too much meat for my liking. i pulled out more than half of the meat filling and took it home to make 2 more sandwiches."

Wait times can run a bit long, particularly around lunch time, so make sure you've got enough time to enjoy the island atmosphere and the Frisbees they use as plates. The booths have tables shaped like surfboards. Some find them a bit on the narrow side—taller diners may wind up unwittingly playing footsies. Make sure you sit across from someone you like.


Happy Hour is everyday from 4 till closing with Rolling Rock and Coors light pints for $2 and pitchers for $8. Microbrew pints are $3, pitchers are $12. Thirsty Thursdays have $1 Rolling Rock, $4 pitchers after 4pm, and all day Sunday. Most microbrews run around $4/pint. They also have the occasional holiday special, such as $1 green beer for St. Patty's Day.

Beer Pong table is available everyday and seems to be well used. At least one concert featuring [WWW]Appetite and [WWW]Ellie Fortune has happened here.


Popular options include:


beachhut.jpgWhile they were being built out

Some similar dining options include Subway, Togo's, Zia's Delicatessen, 3rd & U Cafe.


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2011-04-02 21:25:25   Beer is great and food is decent (when they make it correctly). Very large portion sizes! It take a long time for them to make their sandwiches (I waited about 20 minutes once). I have been there a total of 5 times and 3/5 sandwiches have been made incorrectly. —iam324

2011-06-15 11:21:44   These sandwiches..are pretty damn good.. and the nachos are great! —NikhilDahal

2011-12-10 13:46:45   If you want to sit down and wait a half hour for a sandwich...this is your place. I come here a lot because the Malibu is the best sandwich in town. The service seems to be extremely slow, even when the place seems empty, and they typically don't have any IPA on tap, but damn if that Malibu isn't delicious. —EricWecker

2012-01-29 12:30:16   Is this place still open? (guess I could go downtown and look...) the property is listed as available to lease... —MattCzarnowski

2012-03-15 11:50:45   Best Sandwiches Eeeeeever. —JQuest

2012-05-17 18:08:47   Possibly the worst sandwiches in Davis. Their sandwiches cost ~$10, are loaded with Subway-quality lunch meat, and take 20+ minutes to make. The only substantial difference between Beach Hut Deli and Subway is they charge more than double and load the sandwich with copious amounts of cream cheese. Zia's is two blocks away and their sandwiches are about $6.50 and use quality ingredients, so I have no clue how this place is still in business. —TimJ

2012-11-02 01:06:28   I have never actually eaten here, but every time I walk by Beach Hut I notice the crowd to look a little rough. Makes me chuckle a bit, since the place is named Beach Hut Deli and looks to be pretty inviting. Just a random observation I have of this place... —CecilioPadilla

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