In the land of Goodfriend Package, meat is king. The breakfast and lunch menus are big and bold: Sausage or bacon biscuit sandwiches, corned beef and hash, pancake (literally singular), a road-house looking scrambler, and — wait for it — scrapple. Scrapple! Scrapple is, typically, a loaf of meat made from leftover pork parts. Good morning to you, scrapple! Lunch includes simple, tried-and-true delights.The menu is anchored by the classics: B.L.T, pastrami on rye, roast beef, club. There’s only one sandwich on this menu you likely haven’t had before: the mushroom pastrami on rye. Portabello mushrooms are brined for three days, seasoned and smoked, creating a texture and flavor profile that is as close to meat as any vegetarian could hope for — though non-vegetarians shouldn’t shy away from adding a few strips of their house-made bacon. The sandwich is made all the more indulgent with Swiss cheese, house sauerkraut and “Million Island” dressing on marbled rye. All of the bread comes from Empire Baking Co., but just about everything else — from the corned beef to the biscuits, sausage gravy and even condiments like butchers’ mustard and bacon fat mayo — are made in-house at the commissary kitchen.
- Hours: Daily 7 a.m.-3 p.m.
- Outdoor seating: Open-air patio
- Reservations: Not Necessary
- Parking: Free, Lot available
- Alcoholic beverages to go
- Curbside pickup
- Use restaurant website to order/pay