For continued safety and precaution, we ask that everyone continues to wear masks when picking up orders
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Add salad, bread, produce, beer, wine, to your order!
Pizza menu is at the bottom of this email and online
We cannot accommodate build your own pizzas at this time
Whole pizzas only, no half-n-half’s
Pizzas will be served hot and ready to eat, pre-cut and pre-boxed
Orders are first come first serve and will be closed when sold out
All payments will be made prior to pick up
If you want to tip, you can find the option on the order form, no cash is accepted at the restaurant
Pre-ordered, pre-paid, limited call in and walk up orders available
Our first priority is to keep our staff, customers, and community safe during this continued pandemic, our dining room will remain closed
Cancelled orders will result in a refund of the total minus 5% to cover credit card processing fees
Salads are boxed, undressed and should be tossed thoroughly before serving.
To reheat pizzas – place a wire oven rack in upper part of oven, turn oven to 400. Place pizza immediately on a wire rack with a pan underneath to catch any drippings. Heat for a few minutes until cheese is melty.
To go containers and pizza boxes are getting hard to come by, so we might be rotating through what we can get our hands on
cast iron focaccia – whole wheat, cherry tomatoes, olive oil, rosemary and sea salt
hearty whole grain
ciabatta with rye
Bagel Chips – thinly sliced, toasted, olive oil and sea salt
We are boiling and baking bagels this Sunday from 10am-1pm. If you are a 1st Sunday of the month subscriber we will see you there.We will also have bagel sandwiches and accoutrement offerings available for your holiday weekend.
Pictured are Lakemont grapes usually available in October.
Ayers Creek Farm 5 pounds mixed Plums – Damson and green gage 5 pounds mixed Grapes – “no name” and price Astiana Tomatoes – hopefully next week – approximately 18# – Amazing for sauce, canning and drying – please sign up to reserve
Baird Family Farm – Peaches Approximately 10 pounds boxes of peaches
I am breaking out my beer library to share some of these vintage treasures. I have a lot of Hair of the Dog beer that is ten to twenty years old on hand. My former brother in law Alan Sprints has been brewing some of the most unique and tasty selection of beers for many years. I have been collecting bottles and cases since I was a volunteer bottler and then brewer back in the late 90’s. These aged bottles pack a powerful punch both in alcohol and in complexity. Some have lots of carbonation and some have nearly none. But treating them like a brandy or fine wine will lead to much enjoyment. Currently we have a few Adam, Fred, Doggie Claws. I will be adding more as we sip through these.
2020 Compton Family Wines Estate Rosé of Pinot Noir – ON TAP!!
Earthy and fresh with aromas of crisp wild strawberry and a hint of lily. Delicate mouth feel of Gala apple and a pretty soft hint of watermelon. Great freshness from the newest vintage, focused with good structure.
This wine is available in a few different sizes, served chilled in little glass bottles.
750ml (25.5 ounces) – $15
1 pint (16 ounces) – $9