Holiday Hours and Menu Update

We’re getting ready for a busy ramp into the holiday season this year. Some significant Saturdays over the holidays are causing us to be open for business on December 24th and December 31st. We will be taking a short break between Christmas and the New Year, closing for the week but coming in on Friday the 30th to prep up for Saturday.

Pulled BBQ ChickenOur December/January menu is up and running – we’re bringing back a staple in the Brown Butter Squash. We’re starting to feel like this one belongs on our menu every winter/spring. We do get told this when we happen to not have it on the menu! Also coming onto the menu is a Southern-style barbecue chicken sandwich garnished with fried peppers and onions and inspired by a larger than ever harvest of green tomatoes this year which feature here as a bright relish, tying it all together.

Bacon and Egg Promoted!

The B&EOur breakfast sandwich – consisting of our house made bacon, pan-fried farm egg any style, leaf lettuce and mayonnaise on a whole wheat kaiser – $6 after taxes – has graduated beyond being a Saturday morning only sandwich. We have been getting some interest in this sandwich outside the times we had been serving it. We’ve decided to promote it to a full-time menu item, just not for delivery. If you want to try out our simple but great bacon and egg sandwich, but it’s not Saturday before 11am, you are now in luck!

Jan 2016 Menu

the tex-henIt’s been a whirlwind week coming back from the holiday break. Due to deliveries, prep, sign changes, and some unexpected equipment failure, it took us until Friday to complete our menu change for January!

We’re introducing the Tex-Hen, so far to a warm reception – a fajita-like chicken sandwich with black beans, peppers, chipotle and sour cream on toasted whole wheat.

pulled brisket reubenDue to popular demand, and its wonderful appropriateness for the winter months, our Reuben has also found its way back to our menu. It’ll likely be for a while this time – this one is famous for causing an uproar when it leaves the menu. If you haven’t tried one of these, do so, it’s a little different from your traditional Reuben, but in a good way!