New to the Good to Go takeout menu this week we have Lupo’s Italian chicken sausage lasagna. We’re also offering one of our most popular items, the New York cheese steak–all dressed up for Christmas!
Grass-fed New York Cheese Steak
Grass-fed, top-round roast beef* from Nectar Hills Farm, w/ peppers, onions,* Palatine provolone cheese, on a Heidelberg baguette
Local Chicken Sausage Lasagna Lupo’s chicken Italian sausage (made in Endicott, NY), Palatine Mozzarella cheese, Galbani ricotta cheese, lots of veggies,* with house marinara.
Good to Go will be closed Christmas. We will resume regular days and hours Monday, December 26th, so come in for Boxing Day! Our regular hours are noon to 7pm, and we’re closed on Wednesdays and Thursdays.
Good to Go Farm-to-Counter LLC exists because of all our friends and neighbors who crowdfunded us. Equity shares ($100 for 0.1% of the LLC) are still available and would provide us with the working capital to get through our first winter. If you’d like to join our growing family, find out more on the get involved page.
We added our Many Veggie Lasagna to the takeout menu, and we can top it with grass-fed Angus beef meatball crumbles.
Please note that we’ll be closed Wednesdays and Thursdays now.
Many Veggie Lasagna
Mushrooms, organic local greens, local zucchini, regional peppers, organic onions, and Palatine mozzarella, and can be topped with grass-fed beef meatball crumbles.
We’ve also brought back the breakfast burrito, which has a whole wheat flour tortilla, Spurbeck’s New York extra-sharp cheddar, grass-fed beef chorizo, Hidden Camp Farm eggs, regional peppers, organic onions, and local tomatoes.
The beef bone broth has been replaced with chicken bone broth, which comes with mushrooms.
We’re going to be taking Thursdays off as well this fall, but we’re going to stay open another hour when we are open. So, we’re open noon to 7pm, Friday through Tuesday (closed Wednesday and Thursday).
Real food, really easy: an affordable, healthy, organic, and local food takeout restaurant created by Robin Supak in Cherry Valley, NY (between Cooperstown and Sharon Springs). Open from noon to 7pm, with some exceptions. Closed Wednesday and Thursday. Check this site for updates.