A casual sandwich shop serves a variety of breakfast and lunch options made from carefully selected ingredients
About This Deal
- Type of food: breakfast and lunch fare, sandwiches, and more
- View the menu and prices
- Not open Sunday
About Main Street Kitchen
Fresh ground and piping hot, coffee has been poured and homemade treats have been shared at Main Street Kitchen since 1987. Residing in the old Brickson Building, which was built in 1882, this charming counter-serve cafe nourishes diners with contemporary takes on American classics. Soups, salads, and desserts are tempting for patrons who desire smaller portions; hearty sandwiches and burgers tend to take the cake for lunch, which is served Monday through Saturday.
- Day-starters: Maple syrup dribbles down stacks of french toast or pancakes, while biscuits get dunked in gravy and topped with eggs to make a tasty breakfast sandwich.
- Elevated cold cuts: Subs and sandwiches get a specialty approach—for example, the turkey, apple, bacon, or TAB, layers on a "special" sauce and provolone.
- Hot and heavy: A stately take on the traditional grilled cheese includes salami, marinara, and a heap of melty cheese curds; hearty burgers (Angus or the vegan and gluten-free black bean patty Or Impossible Burger) also fill up customers for lunch.