Sunday, September 30, 2007

Good start at Crisp

After a long wait, Crisp is finally open in the old Corner Deli spot at the corner of 7th and Pecan. Jerry, the owner, said they opened Wednesday, and at least for a short time will be serving only lunch stuff, the sandwiches and salads on the menu boards -- even if they're open during dinner time. Folks who work there say they're pleased with business so far, and expect more when they get a beer and wine license and add some dinner items, like pastas and pizzas. ETA on the beer/wince license wasn't certain, but could be next week. Table service is coming too.

The decor and ambiance of the place is a huge improvement over at least the last two occupants of that site. It has a trim, urban feel. Sandwiches come on fresh-baked bread and my salad came with fresh-baked breadsticks. I had the steak salad (can't remember the name now), a marinated hunk of tri-tip steak cooked to order and placed on top of a bed of greens. It was great. My family had sandwiches. With chips and drinks the bill came to $40, which isn't bad for four people. We'll be going back.

3 comments:

Brendan said...

have to admit, I miss Schlotsky's though. That place was goooood.

Anonymous said...

We ate there on Saturday--it was good. Very fresh and very healthy. A nice alternative to ShowMars (though I love their World Famous Fish Sandwich!) and a great addition to the neighborhood.

Amy Minchin said...

We're happy to have Crisp! The service is friendly and the food is quite good. It's a great (and reasonable) alternative for quality food nearby.