May Specials

Please click on the following links to go directly to the various specials for May.

Salad
Cocktails
Coffee Beverage
Pie
Bread Specials

sandwich

Monday through Saturday, May 21 – May 27

#13   They Call Him J.L.
Warm pastrami, Emmentaler cheese, red onion, and hot mustard on grilled Bowery Rye.  13.25

That’s $1.00 off the regular menu price all week.

 

salad

Mayflower
Field greens in our Agean dressing with red onion, hearts of palm, roasted beets, Spanish olives, mild pepper rings, feta cheese, and Finocciona salami $14.95

 

cocktail

Cocktail of the Month:  Write That Down.
This cocktail was created for a Laundry regular that was unsure of what to order. Famous Grouse blended scotch, Amaro Nonino, Carpano Antica sweet vermouth, Cynar Amaro, in a glass laced with Laphroaig 10 year scotch. When asked how it was, his response was, “Write that down, and I’ll have another.”

Daytime Cocktail Special: Gold Rush
This cocktail is a spin on last month’s day bar special, Bee’s Knees. Still light and refreshing with a bit more depth. Created in New York during the early 2000’s. Old Forester 86 Bourbon, fresh lemon juice and honey syrup. Enjoy at a discounted price all month long!

Enjoy a Special Daytime Price of $6.50 until 4 pm.

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coffee

Peanut Butter Bliss Latte

Dark chocolate syrup, housemade caramel, peanut butter, sugar salt, espresso, and whipped cream with chocolate and caramel drizzle.  $4.50 / 16 oz.

 

pie

Rhubarb Crumb Top
A springtime classic is back!  Over two pounds of tart rhubarb are tucked into a flaky crust that’s crimped by hand.  No canned fillings here — just fruit, sugar, natural tapioca for thickening, and a squeeze of fresh lemon juice.  $15.50 / whole pie

Our pies come from CRUST and are made right here in Fenton.   Each crust is shaped and crimped by hand.  Fruit pies are filled with more than two pounds of fresh fruit tossed with just sugar, natural tapioca for thickening, and a splash of fresh-squeezed lemon juice. No canned filling here.  And no artificial flavors, chemicals or preservatives.

 

bread

Tri-County Pepper
The town of Fenton, home of CRUST, is located in what is commonly referred to as the Tri-County Area, so it seemed a natural fit as a name for our three-cheese
bread.  Asiago, Vermont cheddar and Swiss Gruyère cheeses with coarse-ground black pepper make for a savory, spicy, supremely cheesy bread.  Your grilled cheese will never be the same again.
$1 off the regular price all month long

 Special Bread Bakes

Saturday – Village Round
Saturday – Chocolate Cherry Sourdough
Sunday – Double Raisin Pecan

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