The Coop had a neat system where foods were all identified as local, regional, or neither.
In typical Coop fashion, there was a hot and cold salad bar:
A made-to-order sandwich bar:
And a coffee bar:
There was also a wide selection of delicious looking desserts, produce, and grab-and-go foods:
After much deliberation, I settled on a salad with a variety of veggies, hard-boiled eggs, honey mustard potato salad, cranberry chutney, and chicken. I also had a ginger kombucha:
I also had a whoopie pie for dessert. 🙂
Others in the group had a turkey sandwich, grilled cheese, falafel pita, protein salad, carrot cake cookie, and key lime pie:
Everything was phenomenal. The only downside was that the coffee bar and made-to-order sandwich stations were extremely slow (like 15 minutes or so to make three sandwiches). Nonetheless, it was worth the wait! So worth the wait that we decided to stop here again for lunch on our way home. What can I say?! We’re creatures of habit. 🙂
I went with the salad bar again this time, but I loaded up on hard boiled eggs and had some traditional potato salad. I also tried a cranberry kombucha drink (unpictured):
Others ordered turkey sandwiches and a roast beef/ham sandwich:
Everyone left full and happy. I wish this place were in Minneapolis! The Wedge Coop in Minneapolis is amazing, but unfortunately there’s no sitting area so if you order deli food you have to take it to go.