Monthly Specials

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

Coffee Beverage
Bread Specials


Monday through Sunday, May 20-26

#19 Croque-Monsieur
Jambon de Paris French ham and Swiss Gruyère cheese with a sour cream and Gruyère cheese sauce on grilled Challah bread.
Take $1.00 off the regular menu price all week.



Creole Shrimp Salad
black tiger shrimp tossed in creole spices and oven roasted in a bed of spring greens tossed in a red wine vinaigrette with red onion, cucumber, tomato, hard boiled egg and avocado $14.95



Cocktail of the Month: Beetlejuice
Bartenders find inspiration everywhere they go. Sometimes the creation is a a bit quirky, like this cocktail, but they always vibe well! Ashley Burton created a roasted beet and jalapeño shrub pairing it with Corralejo Reposado tequila, fresh lemon and house ginger. This bright purple drink will catch everyone attention! It’s earthy, juicy and refreshing, with a small hint of spice on the back. Quite the combinations! Cheers!

Daytime Cocktail Special: Brown Derby
Named for the famous hat-shaped restaurant in Los Angeles, this minor classic in a wonderful mix on bourbon, grapefruit juice, and honey syrup. Bright and refreshing, this is the perfect whiskey cocktail for warmer weather.
Enjoy a Special Daytime Price of $6.50 until 4 pm.

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Spiced Chocolate Cold Brew
Cold brewed coffee is blended with dark chocolate and cinnamon syrups to highlight the tasting notes in this low acid brew. $3.50


Peach Blueberry Crumb Top
Over two pounds of sliced peaches and whole blueberries tucked beneath a crumb top of rolled oats, sliced almonds, brown sugar, and real butter! $18 / 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.



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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