Practice the sublime art of sandwich eating with today's Groupon to J.S. Reutz Café: $5 gets you $10 worth of comforting cafe fare. Located in the John H. Boner Community Center, this charming lunch spot serves high-quality Boar's Head meats and cheeses and Charlotte's Bakery bread every Monday through Friday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Let sweeping brushstrokes of pesto and architectural stacks of cheese adorn your internal art gallery at J.S. Reutz Café.
Sponsor to local group Know No Stranger, J.S. Reutz Café is committed to arts and community, so you are free to enjoy free WiFi, free friends, and free gazes at locally crafted art adorning the walls. Connecting to your community is free, but keeping your handshake and chitchat machine nourished and running requires fuel.
The menu is full of homemade soups and sandwiches, and includes vegetarian options. Try the incomparable grilled cheese (provolone, swiss, pesto, almonds, and tomato on multigrain bread, $7.50) with a side of applesauce, or immolate hunger with a leafy and beefy beef n' blue salad (greens topped with roast beef slices, dried cranberries, and blue cheese, $8). Get classic sandwiches done right like the delicious club (ham, turkey, bacon, swiss, tomato, lettuce, and mayo on sourdough, $8.50), or gobble up a twist on your favorite with the turben (a turkey reuben, $8). If you're feeling creative, make your own sandwich ($8) from J.S. Reutz's premium ingredients.
Sunny yellow walls keep the café vibrant and large windows fill the space with natural light. The built-in counter offers an inside peek at the friendly kitchen staff. Inside their sparkling kitchen, your cooks might whip up a spinach dip with chips ($5.95), a spinach salad (with red onion, egg, sunflower seeds, pear, and mozzarella, $8), or a succulent spinach melt (with spinach dip, swiss cheese, spinach, red onion, and tomato on multigrain bread, $7.50) with the passion you expect from spinach professionals and the efficiency of a well-spinached spinach machine.
- ...grilled cheese was a real find, sophisticated comfort food combining Provolone and Swiss cheeses with pesto, almonds and tomato on toasted multi grain bread. – David Hoppe, NUVO
- They have awesome iced tea and sandwiches out of this world. I have never been there and not been treated very well by the staff. – Heather Padilla, Urbanspoon
- The owner is friendly and welcoming and has commissioned a series of local artists to display their work on the walls (always a nice addition to a little eatery like this). – Corey Dalton, Urbanspoon
Today’s Groupon spoils you with half-priced food and drink at J.S. Reutz Café. The free WiFi at J.S. Reutz will let you cruise the web for other spoilers:
The Breakfast Club: Director’s Cut: The lost director’s cut of this unforgettable musing on high-school stereotypes adds a cosmic perspective when the nerdish Brian (Anthony Michael Hall) falls off a desk during horseplay. Reaching out to correct himself, he tears a hole in the fabric of reality through which the cleansing light of heaven pours. The teens are trapped, not in detention, but in purgatory.
Scorpion King III: Rise of Scorpia: When warrior prince Arynoth (played by relative newcomer and MMA champion, Dennis Danger) finds the severed head of a Stripes the Tiger Beanie Baby buried in the sand, he reveals the ancient desert kingdom of Scorpia to be the wasteland of a future Earth.
The Sixth Sense Two: Se7enth Sense: Everyone in the world turns out to be a ghost, raising the deep theological paradox: If everyone is a ghost, is anyone a ghost? Bedsheet sales skyrocket.
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