Thursday, January 29, 2009

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.

6 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!

Elizabeth Gleason said...

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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