The Corner Pantry

I like this cafe IMG_2185and forget about all the fantastic choices up this way in Mount Washington.  I spend plenty of time in Mt. Washington Village and the surrounding area – I should come up here more.   The Corner Pantry is in the Lake-Falls Village, which doesn’t exactly feel like a spot for this lovable cafe.
The minute you walk in, there is a little bit of a trendy vibe – with the subway tiles and the chalkboard.  But, the menu is delightful and extensive. IMG_2184
I was really hoping for a breakfast sammich, but they only serve those till 11am; you can still grab a muffin or pastry, but I was hungrier than that.  Luckily, there are a ton of choices for lunch – including a build your own salad bar and a bunch of items that change regularly on “the counter” that you pay for by the pound. They can also make your favorite coffee beverage if you need a morning or afternoon pick me up – be sure to ask for a drink loyalty card.
I went for the Turkey Sarnie (which they tell ya is British for Sandwhich).  It comes all wrapped up and served in a paper bag.
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Two huge slices of focaccia that are topped with turkey, cheddar, tomato and avocado salsa,  and charred jalapeño aioli.  With my first bite, I wasn’t sure I liked it – it had a funny flavor – I think it was the charred jalapeño.  But after bite two, the flavors really blended together and I was sad when I finished it.  They also give you a small little bag of salt and vinegar chips; I love fresh kettle cooked chips!
IMG_2186So… two more things.
How do you not love a place that has a pup dog wearing a crown stamped on the bag?  Too cute.
And even better than that?  They have a sandwich made with waffles as the bread, that they smother with basil mayo, and layer with tons of smoked bacon, roast chicken, julienned romaine and tomato.

Is it too soon to go back? The Corner Pantry on Urbanspoon

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  1. Pingback: Awesome Quick, Casual Breakfast at The Corner Pantry in Mount Washington | Like the TEA Eats

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