Tuesday, April 21, 2009

Side Street Cafe

1) Side Street Cafe: In Historic Oakwood, founded in 1979 (same year my brother was born) 

When I walk into this cafe feels like I just walked into my grandma's house. It is decked out with white linen table cloths and old timey paintings (like the ones my grandpa and gg did) hanging on the walls. Once you sit down, the menu has almost 30 sandwich options to choose from. However, there always seems to be only one or two people working in the whole place, so you may have to wait a bit longer for your sweet tea than desired. 

My favorite bite hands down is the Avacado-crush-onyou-sweeteepie! Yep, wholewheat bread, avacado, lettuce, tomato, onion, honey mustard, (choice of bacon, turkey, or xtra avacado) and swiss cheese. All sandwiches come with your choice of side and a slice of orange for dessert. Price tag? only $6.75

I got to have my birthday party there. They opened the place on a Saturday night just for me and my crew. It was a blast and with carafe's of wine for only $8 you can out of there without killing your pocket book either. 

*Watch out though, they only take cash or NC checks.


1 comment:

jennynaree said...

I love this place as well, so glad you opened my eyes to this great place!

I love the meatball pocket :)