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SALADS / WRAPS
Salads served with breadstick or rolled as a wrap with choice of house-made dressing, hummus or cream cheese. No half wraps. Wraps served with pickle and choice of chips, coleslaw, or potato salad. DRESSING: balsamic, white french, caesar, raspberry, italian, ranch, thousand island ADD: chicken $2: hard boiled egg $1: breadstick $1: extra dressing / cream cheese $.50 * vegetarian friendly
greens, chicken, bacon, pepperoni, egg, black olives, mushrooms, carrots, sprouts
Salad or Wrap$8.00
greens, chicken, ham, bacon, hard boiled eggs, cahews, cheddar.
corned beef, onions, peppers, potatoes, two eggs, toast
three eggs, made with whatever you want. (within reason!)
BRIOCHE FRENCH TOAST
three thick slices of house-made challah bread with powdered sugar, berry cpmpote
add Ohio maple syrup
OATMEAL w/ CRANBERRIES & BROWN SUGAR
A LA CARTE
A LA CARTE
black bean cake
pork green chili
Ohio maple syrup
all sandwiches & salads are made to order using locally sourced & premium ingredients. Please make us aware of any food allergies. Consuming raw or undercooked meats, poultry, seafood, shellfish or eggs may increase your risk of food bourne illness.
disclaimer:pricing and availability subject to change.
Andrew Sonnet began Sonnets in early 1993 as a sidewalk coffee cart in front of Freedlander’s Department store in downtown Wooster, Ohio. As time went by the coffee cart became a Wooster icon and favorite stop along the way before later becoming a permanent fixture inside of the department store. In 1995, Sonnets was bought by picture framers, Todd & Kathie Power of Wadsworth, Ohio. Once into the coffee business they decided to open a second Sonnets in the front corner of the current location inside of what was then Accent Gallery. In late 1996 the original Wooster location was forced to close due to changes in the department store and all focus was directed to the Wadsworth location. By 1999, Accent Galley was gone and Sonnets occupied the entire building at 117 College Street.