WEAR A MASK.
LOVE ONE ANOTHER.
END POLICE BRUTALITY.
BLACK LIVES MATTER.
Now taking pizza orders for:
Thursday – 4/29
Friday – 4/30
Saturday – 5/1
Pickup slots available between 4pm – 7pm
One stop shop…
Add salad, bread, produce, beer, wine, to your order!
BEER AND WINE ARE BACK!
Bagel weekend. Get your orders in!
From the Market: little gems and spring onions!
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 orders will be 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, zero contact pickup only
Our first priority is to keep our staff, customers, and community safe during this continued pandemic, our dining room will remain closed
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.
Individual Whole Grain Hearth Focaccias –
Red Fife whole wheat flour, whole rye flour, high gluten white flour, whole corn meal, sunflower seeds, olive oil
nettle pesto, morel mushroom, parmesan
mustard greens, ricotta
Ciabatta – Sifted whole wheat, high gluten white, whole rye
Durham and Currents – Whole durum wheat flour, high gluten white flour, Edison whole wheat, currents
Sesame Whole Grain – Red fife whole wheat flour, whole rye flour, high gluten white flour, tahini paste, sesame seed
Bagel Chips – Thinly sliced, toasted, olive oil and sea salt
Bagels- See menu at the bottom of this newsletter and on our website.
Wine Focus!We are bringing in a few new fun wines for spring. This week we focus on two of those…
2020 Limited Addition Cabernet Franc Pet Nat Rose, OR $28
Pet Nat, short for pétillant naturel (meaning naturally sparkling) has been called Champagne’s quirky cool younger sibling. It is bottled while still fermenting, and allowed to complete fermentation in the bottle. Once opened it is lively and fresh and unpredictable and delicious. These Cabernet Franc grapes come from Eola Springs Vineyard and get a lot of sunlight and warmth in the late afternoon, then cool nights from the wind of the Van Duzer Corridor.
Winemaker’s notes: “This lightly sparkling rose is exuberantly red fruited with an exotic herbal forest incense.”
2019 Ercole Barbera del Monferrato, IT (1 Liter bottle) $15
Many folks know the Barbera grape for its bright acidity, and this wine is no exception to the rule. Far less known is the fact that Monferrato’s most prestigious zones are dedicated to Barbera plantings. Typically planted to southern exposure, these vineyards yield wines of great depth and balance. One of our biggest selling wines since we opened our doors in 2015 has been a barbera. I guess they just go hand in hand with hot delicious pizza and sunshine. Who can deny a 1 liter screw top?