Tag Archives: sandwiches

The Bready Bunch

Bread and chocolate—what more could you need? Bread & Chocolate, a modest storefront on Whitney Avenue in Hamden, celebrates the combination of these two essential food groups, as well as the union of another duo…

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Double Shot

Latte at Jojo's

In Vienna, Austria, there stands a 135-year-old coffee bar called Café Sperl. It has a charming, vaguely Baroque interior decorated with intimate plush booths and tiny round two-seaters, and boasts a long history of…

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Rye Candy

Walking into the new G Café Bakery on Orange is like being a kid in a candy store—only you’re an adult, and you’ve learned that a well-made, fresh-baked loaf of bread is more desirable than a bag of gummy bears.…

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Readers Digest

Book Trader Cafe

If you think about it, books and sandwiches have a lot in common. The outside packaging may be attractive, but it’s the filling that matters.

Dave Duda understands that you shouldn’t judge either a novel…

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Edgewood Perk

Dolls and other knick-knacks at Deja Brew

Nestled in a quiet neighborhood on the outer edge of Edgewood Park, recessed from the corner of Edgewood and West Rock Avenues, Deja Brew Cafe isn’t quite hidden, but it isn’t quite in plain sight either.…

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’Wich Craft

Rick Reuben sandwich at Meat & Co.

Eating a great meal can be an unforgettable experience. You could say, then, that sandwich shop Meat & Co., a homey yet upscale lunch counter recently opened by 116 Crown co-owners John Ginnetti and Danielle Ginnetti, is in the business …

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Lord of the Fries

Jonathan Gibbons, owner of Fryborg

One look at the cute angular cartons heaping with glistening, golden-brown “frites” (Belgian-style fries) or the Grilled Fluffernutter with Bacon sandwiches in the hands of blissful customers, and it’s clear that the motto on the side of the Fryborg food …

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Hard Covers and Sliced Bread

The Book Trader Café

If you think about it, books and sandwiches have a lot in common. The outside packaging may be attractive, but it’s the filling that matters.

Dave Duda understands that you shouldn’t judge either a novel or a foodstuff by its …

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