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Our Food is always fresh and always locally sourced. Also, we are a FREE WIFI & CELL PHONE HOT SPOT!

COME CHECK OUT AMBER WYLIE'S PHOTOS & PATSY ROOT'S ETCHINGS!!!

Cafe on a rainy spring day...

Cafe on a rainy spring day...

Also, please check out our NEW Harlow Lent paintings now on exhibit!

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 Hours

Monday and Tuesday CLOSED

Wednesday - Friday 6am-2pm

Game night every other Wednesday!

Saturday 7am-2pm

Sunday 8am-1pm

Dinners

Thursday & Friday 5pm- 8:30pm

Coming Soon...

Christine Parker Traverson, the Traveling Paintbrush, Teaches you how to paint OUR TOWN HOUSE!

More info soon...


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YOUR CHOICES of CHEESE
Vermont Cheddar
Swiss
Provolone
American

YOUR CHOICES of MEAT
Applewood Smoked Bacon
Sausage
Ham

YOUR CHOICES of BREAD
Amy's Bagels
Buttermilk Biscuit
English Muffin (white or whole wheat)
White( bread or toast)
Wheat( bread or toast)
Rye (bread or toast)
Ask if we have any homemade breads today!

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MEAT
Top Round Roast Beef
Genoa Salami
Bologna
Corned Beef Round
Pastrami Round
Oven Gold Turkey
Maple Glazed Turkey
Maple Glazed Ham
Cappicola
Applewood Bacon
Chipotle Chicken

VEGGIES
Lettuce
Tomatoes
Onions
Pickles
Sauerkraut
Bell Peppers
Hot Peppers
Banana Peppers
Black Olives

CHEESE
Swiss
American
Provolone
Vermont Cheddar

Munster

BREAD
Amy’s Bagels
White Bread
Wheat Bread
Rye Bread
White Sub
Wheat Sub
White Bulky
Wheat Bulkie

CONDIMENTS
Boar's Head Mayo
Miracle Whip
Horseradish Sauce
French’s Mustard
Deli Mustard
Honey Mustard



What do the Metropolitan Museum of Art and Cafe 232 have in common?

The ART of Harlow Lent. (1907-1993)

Ernest Harlow Lent lived and painted in South Strafford, VT from 1947 to 1993 where he died at the age of 86. Painting in both oil and watercolor, Lent was a prolific artist. His inspiration came from the natural surroundings of the Upper Valley and from his keen observations of man at odds with himself and the trappings of society. He gained a loyal following as a regional artist having shown at several college galleries and at the AVA Gallery in its infancy in Hanover, NH. His career was celebrated with a retrospective at the Lebanon, NH AVA Gallery in 1994. Working as a WPA artist in 1938, he created an etching called "Placing the Girders",  now at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Two of his works went on display at the Bryan Memorial Gallery in Jeffersonville, VT in 2012.

Stop by Cafe 232 anytime to view his work on display. And strike up a conversation with anyone in town about Harlow...many remember him for his contribution to our rich community. Many of the work on display is for sale. For more information, please use the 'contact us' page.

Cafe couches with a touch of Mr. Lent... 

Cafe couches with a touch of Mr. Lent...