Buffalo Rome, the tiny soup-and-sandwich purveyor that succeeded the former Bryant Street restaurant, has started selling food.
The cafe, 388 Porter Ave. (986-5488), was formerly Morning Glory. Lemon chicken rice and cream of mushroom soups, chicken Caesar, mushroom pave and eggplant salads, and a roast chicken sandwich with asiago cheese and parsley aioli were on the menu last week.
Soup is $3 cup/$5 bowl, salads are $5-$7, sandwiches are around $7.
Hours are 7 a.m. to 3 p.m., Monday through Friday. “As soon as I can, I will expand the hours to include evenings and weekends,” owner Victor Mirando said. It’s also a dog-friendly cafe, so pooches are welcome too.
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