It will be a few doors down, at 110 Webster St. Open seven days a week, it'll be aimed at people in a hurry.
Food prepared at the restaurant will be available in coolers and freezers, ready for breakfast, lunch and dinner, said owner Barbara Hughes. She hopes to open in mid-October.
Sandwiches, wraps, and sides such as potatoes and risotto will be available. Entrees will include things like salmon and meatloaf .
During the day, they're also planning on hot items like soup, and breakfast sandwiches or quiche. Eventually she'll apply for an alcohol license, partly to support evening events like cooking classes in the space.
Hours: 7:30 a.m.-6 p.m. Monday through Friday, 7:30 to 4 p.m. Saturday, and additional hours Sunday.
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