Scott's Sandwich Cafe

Lincolnway Village

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Classics BLTs and Reubens join innovations such as a brunch burger’s fried egg and bacon and the cuban’s pork, smoked ham, and honey mustard

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Promotional value expires Dec 2, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 3 per person, may buy 3 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per table. Limit 2 punches per visit for punch card option. Valid only for option purchased. Dine-in and carryout only. Must purchase 1 food item. Must use promotional value in 1 visit for $12 Groupon option. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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  • $17 for a five-sandwich punch card (up to a $34.95 value)
  • $6 for $12 worth of café food and drinks

The café’s sandwiches include classics such as a Reuben ($6.99) or a BLT ($5.49). More adventurous creations range from the cuban, which combines roasted pork and smoked ham on grilled ciabatta bread ($6.29), to a brunch burger, which places breakfast on a bun in the form of a large fried egg and bacon ($6.99). Each sandwich arrives accompanied by a dill-pickle spear and a side, such as potato salad. Kid’s meals start at $4.99, and ice cream or smoothies end meals on a sweet note ($1.49+). See the full menu.

Scott’s Sandwich Cafe

“I really enjoy the people and their warmth,” Gary Scott told a reporter for the North Liberty Leader. “They are so friendly here.” Scott was speaking about the locals in Ely, where his eponymous restaurant--Scott’s Sandwich Cafe--just moved. From this new location, Scott and his staff continue to combine fresh ingredients atop grilled ciabatta, marble rye, and wheat-berry bread, but now hand their creations to neighbors instead of mall-goers. Their mouthwatering sandwiches create a lunchtime rush as workers unplug computer cords from their foreheads and head to the intimate café for medleys of roasted pork, smoked ham, and honey mustard or grilled chicken and bleu cheese. Also popular are Scott’s new twists on old favorites, such as a grilled PB&J or a classic Reuben enlivened with turkey. In addition to sandwiches, the café dishes up quesadillas and salads, and its ice cream and smoothies keep customers cool on summer days filled with walking over coals.

Scott's Sandwich Cafe

Scott’s Sandwich Cafe

“I really enjoy the people and their warmth,” Gary Scott told a reporter for the North Liberty Leader. “They are so friendly here.” Scott was speaking about the locals in Ely, where his eponymous restaurant--Scott’s Sandwich Cafe--just moved. From this new location, Scott and his staff continue to combine fresh ingredients atop grilled ciabatta, marble rye, and wheat-berry bread, but now hand their creations to neighbors instead of mall-goers. Their mouthwatering sandwiches create a lunchtime rush as workers unplug computer cords from their foreheads and head to the intimate café for medleys of roasted pork, smoked ham, and honey mustard or grilled chicken and bleu cheese. Also popular are Scott’s new twists on old favorites, such as a grilled PB&J or a classic Reuben enlivened with turkey. In addition to sandwiches, the café dishes up quesadillas and salads, and its ice cream and smoothies keep customers cool on summer days filled with walking over coals.

Customer Reviews

Scott's is a very cozy little cafe with great food! I plan on going back and trying the pizza very soon.
Alicia M. · September 30, 2012
The pulled pork is delicious.
Martha S. · September 26, 2012
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    Lincolnway Village

    1665 Dows Street

    Ely, IA 52227

    +13198412244

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