Coming back from our local family clinic last Friday, we decided to
celebrate my good health report by eating at the restaurant that
started us out blogging last year…Ole Store!
We walked in about two o’clock and were happy to see quite see
stylishly clad ladies meeting, talking, walking about and laughing over
tea and victuals. People were coming and going right along. There was
a man with a briefcase who stopped in for coffee and a sweet creamy
cake with chocolate chunks on top. People smiled and were happy. A
very welcoming scene.
We weren’t all that hungry, so we just ordered a couple of sandwiches.
I was in the mood for something light and dh likes the panini quite a
bit. I pick the bread first, sour dough for me and dh chose Italian.
Tuna with everything for me, Greek Chicken for dh, also with the
works. Jumping right to it, the food was good. I especially appreciated
the thick red juicy tomato and greens piled high on the tuna. And, not
only did I covet dh’s artichokes and oven dried tomatoes, I snitched a
bit of it right from under his nose proclaiming, “I never knew you liked
artichoke!” The potato and pickle chips that come with the sandwiches were
really excellent, crispy, salty, crunchy, and munchy. We ate them all.
Dh said his sandwich was good. That’s Pretty Good.
We saw a lovely high cheese cake with whipped cream and strawberries
but decided to come back another day for that and a steaming hot tea.
The air was filled with Beatles music. I always like a bit of tunery
with my tuna. The whole place looks very clean-clean from top to
Next week Ole Store will add the make your own pasta meals in addition
to the soups, sandwiches, and salads with bakery galore! Ole Store
carries a nice assortment of dispenser pop and lemonade, as well as
coffee and tea. The prices rock! and we rolled out happy and satisfied
customers once more.