AntipastiDazzle you party guests w/ these fantastic spreads & mostardas
BeerWe carry craft beer from around the world to pair w/ everything from clothbound, farmhouse cheddar to pungent washed rind cheese
Bread & CrackersSlow-rise, handmade baguettes from empire baking co. are hand-made using traditional methods & no short-cuts
CharcuterieTraditionally cured meats from creminilli & American proscuitto from la quercia tantalize the taste buds
CoffeeCafé ibis roasts their coffee at high altitude & selects beans that have been triple certified (fair trade, shade grown & organic)
CondimentsMake your next dish pop w/ brilliant jams & jellies, varietal honey & tart & spicy pickles. (You might even want to pick up a jar of the world’s best peanut butter
OilsMade from cold-pressed olives that are hand-picked to ensure only the ripe ones see the wheel
PastaWhen true italian pasta is pressed through copper dies & slowly air dried, you can taste the difference
SaltTaste our hand-gathered salt from flats across world
SodasEnjoy refreshing italian sodas & sparkling water
SweetsFrom smoked salted toffees to chocolate made by the only artisan chocolate maker in the united states to process his own cocoa to locally made dude sweet chocolates, we can satisfy your sweet tooth
WineOur thoughtful selection of small production, hard-to-find wines offers loads of pairing choices
8.50The Sweet ItalianThinly sliced prosciutto, decadent burrata, & fig confit on a fresh baked baguette make for a sweet & savory combo you can’t refuse.
8.50The Pickled RuebenTry our non-traditional spin on the rueben sandwich w/ sliced spec, nutty roncal, whole grain mustard, & garlic dill pickles toasted on pumpernickel.
8.50Pear & PointA toasty, rustic little sandwich. Slices of fresh pear w/ comte & point reyes blue melted on fresh country farmhouse bread, then drizzled w/ white wine & balsamic vinegar.
8.50The MountaineerThree incredible hand-made mountain cheeses melted on slices of country farmhouse bread. The perfect grilled cheese!
8.50Stewart's Cheddar PressTexas’ own royal cheddar melted over garlic dill pickles.