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*DENOTES REGULAR ITEMS
Price Range: $6-9
*PIGS ‘N’ FIGS
This sandwich was inspired by Italian heritage and American artisan cheese. It quickly became one of our biggest sellers. You can’t go wrong with a pairing of black mission figs, speck, local goat cheese & a drizzle of reduced balsamic vinegar on sourdough bread.
THE FARMERS MELT
Firsthand Foods Local NC Bratwurst, arugula pesto (local when in season), provolone on sourdough bread.
Guglhupf Bakery’s rustic house bread, cheddar, sliced apples, rosemary and ham. (Also available without ham.)
Sourdough bread, Manchego cheese and Romesco Sauce (red peppers, garlic and almonds).
A rendition of Alycia’s grandfather’s favorite burger at RI’s Newport Creamery. Our version of the diner classic that we think is one of the best burgers around: a grilled burger with sauteed onions and cheddar on sourdough bread.
We hope this is the sandwich that induces nostalgia. Delicious, melty, cheddar on buttered Guglhupf Bakery’s rustic house bread crisped to perfection.
A new favorite! We smoke a pork shoulder for 8-10 hours after a dry rub is applied. That home smoked pulled pork is added to sourdough bread with an Asian cole slaw, Dijon mustard and provolone.
BEER AND BACON
A popular choice at concerts and brewery events. Welsh rarebit, made with local beer, cheddar, bacon & arugula – one mighty sandwich … maybe even two depending on your vision. Served on sourdough bread.
French Onion Soup on a sandwich! We cook onions in butter wine and herbs until they are soft. Then we spread them on Guglhupf Bakery’s rustic house bread, add Muenster cheese and grill to perfection!
Sometimes there’s nothing better than a good buffalo sauce. We toss grilled chicken in ours, add the local pepper jack cheese for an extra kick & serve it on Guglhupf Bakery’s rustic house bread.
Named after the University Alycia and Paul both attended in the Arthur Avenue neighborhood of the Bronx. Naturally, coming from a largely Italian neighborhood, the colors of the Italian flag are tucked into this sandwich: Basil pesto, mozzarella, & sun-dried tomato on Guglhupf Bakery’s rustic house bread.
It’s a running joke that Alycia can’t even make a grilled cheese without Paul adding in his own unexpected twist. A simple grilled cheese, inspired by the Simon & Garfunkel song: pureed herbs, spread onto sourdough bread & topped with aged gouda. Unexpected indeed.