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Lunch At Cooper's

A half sandwich (Pitt Bull - Panini, capicola, ham, salami, tomatoes, hot peppers, provolone cheese, balsamic vinaigrette) from Cooper's Deli. Well, Cooper's Cafe but I like to call it Deli after the one in my hometown of Irondequoit.

Matt ordered the full-size Greyhound (Double decker, turkey, ham, bacon, tomato, mayonnaise) and had to get a box to take half of it home.
I didn't grab any photos of the interior, but if you visit the cafe's website there's a pic or two. Seating varies from four-top tables, higher two-tops, cushioned chairs, and seating at a bar that looks out the front windows onto Third Street. It's very cozy and someplace I could spend some time in if I wanted to catch up on blogs while drinking Stedman Corner's coffee and eating a Belgian waffle for breakfast.

The cafe is wi-fi enabled, hence the 1990s name of the place (Cooper's Cyber Cafe), but if you're not laptop enabled, with a purchase of $10 you can borrow one of their laptops.

Comments

Jason said…
I am going to have to try it when I am in Jamestown next Tuesday. I think they close at 7PM so I will have to leave Olean early to make it there to have a good sit down latte and sandwich
Pamela said…
what kind of sandwich is that? it looks lovely. now i'm all hungry!
Julia said…
Hit refresh on the post. I expanded the entry after I got back to my computer.
Steve said…
Damn. That looks all kinds of tasty!
Holy Humongous! We're going to have to add that to our list!
NickDean said…
I had the Pit Bull yesterday. Tasty.

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