Naturally Soergel's the area's premier source for organic, natural, gluten-free and allergen-free foods. We offer over 900 gluten-free products and our staff is highly knowledgeable on specialty diets and are open to helping anyone who may have a question!
T-Bones Marketplace boasts a bevy of boutique grocery goodies, including fresh baked goods, locally grown produce, meats, and prepared meals to sate discerning bellies on the move. Maneuver through menus of daily lunch and dinner favorites, including its award-winning fried chicken, fried golden brown seven days a week ($4.69 for three pieces). A rotating roster of daily specials, such as succulent pulled pork ($3.99+/lb.) and chicken potpies ($3.49 each), tease taste buds though warm glass display cases. Sample homestyle comfort foods such as baked meatloaf ($4.99/lb.) or a tuna-noodle casserole creamy enough to make an animated white glove envious ($3.99/lb.). Main meal affairs end on a sweet note with gourmet selections of homemade sweet treats such as white-chocolate-raspberry cake ($12.99) or brazen banana-cream brimming with pudding, bavarian cream, and topped with whipped cream ($8.99).
Popcorn-N-That’s explosive technicians stoke hungry stomachs with more than 20 varieties of made-from-scratch puffs. Hard-bodied kernels are air popped into snowy swans, which are then stowed in bags designed to ambush sweet cravings with sticky kisses. Confectionery caramel corn—constructed to the specs of a half-century-old family recipe—shines both solo ($9.49 / lb.) and as the backbone of numerous decadent variations. Wear your heart between your molars with black-and-gold candied Burgh bits ($11.50 / lb.), or sic sweet teeth on a kerfuffle of carmelized puffs, almonds, and coconut tangled together in chocolate ribbons ($12.49 / lb.). Monthly limited-edition flavors celebrate seasonal changes, such as August’s camp-fiery s’mores bites and September’s back-to-school blend of caramel-apple corn, drizzled with white chocolate and graphing calculators.