We’re always on the lookout for new favorite menu items in town. We’ve rounded up a few suggestions for you to try.
Butter & Jam Café
If Heaven had a taste, it might very well be the Croque Monsieur from Butter & Jam Café. A toasty sandwich on sourdough bread, the insides are stuffed with ham, Gruyère, and a dijon herb beurre blanc. Add the optional egg over easy and it is a memorable, delicious way to start your day.
Tony Boy’s Sandwich House
We went in search of something different and we found it in the West Coast Chicken Cutlet Sandwich from Tony Boy’s. A generous piece of crispy chicken combined with avocado, bacon, mayo, and Swiss…how can you go wrong? Vegetarians can request eggplant! Filling and a nice twist on a classic, give it a try.
Bottle Hill Tavern
When Melanie from Mud Clay Studio mentioned the Redwood sandwich from Bottle Hill Tavern was her go-to bite in town, we didn’t need much convincing to try it. It’s a grilled sandwich with corned beef, Swiss cheese, and sauerkraut on rye with Russian dressing. It’s nice and filling and just $10!