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Monster Is Menu Monarch at Piedmont's Only Eatery

At the only the place that sells made-to-order food in Piedmont, Mulberry's Market, the most popular choice on the expansive sandwich board is probably the cold "Settlemonster," followed closely by the hot "See Jane."

If you want made-to-order sandwiches in Piedmont or special entrees and side dishes, you don't have many choices.

There's one – Mulberry's Market. (We're not counting packaged snacks and foods at the gas station.)

And you want to know what sandwich is the most ordered, owner Virginia Davis told Patch, "It's probably the Settlemonster."

The Settlemonster is served cold and combines roasted turkey, cranberry sauce, havarti cheese, mayonnaise and lettuce on a sweet baguette. And at $6.95, it's at least a dollar less expensive than any of the 20 specialty sandwiches on the big boards behind the food-preparation counters.

The other main contender is the "See Jane," served hot with chicken breast, sliced avocado, pepper jack cheese and pico de gallo on toasted ciabatta, Davis said. At $7.95, it's the same price as most of the other sandwiches.

And the most popular item from the prepared foods in glass-fronted display case?

The grilled salmon, Davis said. Their chicken noodle soup also is a hit, she added.

Tim Rood March 11, 2013 at 05:43 PM
Virginia Davis manages Mulberry's deli but is not, to my knowledge, a co-owner. Chad Olcott and Laura Pochopp are the owners. It's a bit sad to see Piedmont Patch, after such a great start, continually have to get up to speed on the basics of life in Piedmont over and over again as the reporting and editing staff turns over.
Rick Schiller March 11, 2013 at 09:23 PM
" the expansive sandwich board " They got some details right.
Tina Bonnington Carpio March 12, 2013 at 12:21 AM
Virginia Davis rocks!!! Oh and By the way Virginia is in fact a co-owner with Chad, correctly cited by the Patch...and Another thing – the croutons are my amazing favorite – Virg has been making them for me since Our good old days at Piedmont High School :-) Thanks for the opportunity to comment! Tina

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