Celebrate St. Patrick’s day the Italian way with our muffuletta sandwich, this time made with Hidden Camp Farm local, organic, pasture raised turkey!
If you really need something green today, ask Robin about her “hangover preventing” super smoothie made green with super-food spirulina* and fresh mint,* coconut milk,* bananas,* and orange juice.*
Italian Creole sandwich with roasted local, pasture raised turkey* breast (from Hidden Camp farm), turkey black forest ham, Palatine provolone and mozzarella cheese, with an olive/artichoke heart tapenade, pressed into a locally-made seeded Italian boulé, served melty-hot.
Good to Go is open Friday through Monday, noon to 6 pm (closed Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday).
We encourage local farmers to let us know what products you have available. Just stop by during business hours, give us a call, or message us on Facebook.
The BLASTO (Bacon, Lettuce, Avocado, Sprouts, Tomato, Onion) is uncured turkey bacon, lettuce,* avocado, sprouts,* tomato (heirloom), and onion* sandwich with house olive oil mayo,* served on a Heidelberg baguette. Can also be a CLASTO which is made with Nectar Hills Farm grass-fed beef* chorizo instead of the turkey bacon. Hold the meat for a great vegetarian sandwich!
We still have beef and veggie enchiladas, vegan minestrone soup, and gluten-free banana, walnut, and date oat muffins, plus all our usual menu items.
Good to Go is open noon to 7 pm, closed Wednesdays and Thursdays. If you have a large order, just call a few days ahead and we can make just about anything you want!
Good to Go Farm-to-Counter is a multi-member LLC and we’re still selling equity shares through our crowd-funding. You can own 0.1% of the LLC for $100 and help us survive the winter. Good to Go wouldn’t exist without our local investors, especially those who bought shares when our little takeout restaurant was just a dream. Find our more about owning a part of our company on our get involved page.
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 6pm, with some exceptions. Closed Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday. Check this site for updates.