We keep some of the best company… we know you’ll like them too!
Seeded Sourdough loaf
Potato rosemary (seasonal)
Cranberry Walnut (holidays)
French Country loaf
Garlic Asiago loaf
Olive loaf (holidays)
Pullman loaf, seeded sourdough
Sourdough foccacia with seasonal toppings from our farm
LoRe pasta was formed with both chefs and consumers in mind. We offer a variety handcrafted pastas made with all-natural ingredients that are locally sourced from our partners. Quality and flavor are the top priorities in every batch. LoRe pasta making techniques include using a hand rolled process, making pasta in small batches on Italian machines, and extruding pasta though brass dies. These artisan methods produce pasta with a rich and authentic taste.
Along with other all natural meat products.
Friday nights, hot sandwiches, steak, chicken parm.
Weekends cold sandwiches made to order.
Non-Sourced GMO dough and all ingredients are made weekly on premises.
Gourmet weekly specials are creatively crafted with seasonal items.
Hand made dough is available if you want to make your own!
Eat in or Take out. In a hurry, Call to order: 609-664-7521
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Formerly The Painted Truffle, features national award-winning artisanal gourmet chocolate truffle gifts and handmade confections for all occasions made with 100% farmer-owned organic chocolate, all natural and locally-sourced ingredients, and fresh cream infusions.
Tom and Loren Sciascia
Stonybrook Meadows is a mother and daughter owned and run farm operation in Hopewell, NJ. Full line of charcuterie including three types of salami: Felino (the most mild) / Finnochiona (Wild Sicilian fennel) / Black Truffle. Plus beef salami (local Hopewell 100% grass-fed beef) / Lonza / Coppa / Panchetta, and more.
Sheep skin fleeces and hats, rainbow hen eggs, wild raspberry jelly, local maple syrup.
Zach and Zoe’s Sweet Bee Farm is a family business that believes in the importance of Bee health. This brother and sister team wanted to start a business that would help the environment, so they decided to began to sell the honey that they harvested in their mom and dad’s small apiary.