Once located in the heart of downtown Sprinboro, they now are neighbors to Dorothy Lane Market at 722 N. Main Street, in the MarketPaceat Settlers Walk. Owner Corrie Hassenjager opened the original location in 2004 as a healthy restaurant with great food and a comfortable atmosphere. With the new move, she’ll be able to seat about 70 and will continue to offer her menu of sandwiches, wraps, salads, pizza, smoothies and shakes. Most menu items run in the $6-$10 range, with large specialty pizza’s topping out at $16.
When I visited tonight, sister Jenny was working the counter and said they’d been pretty busy so far during their soft opening. She said they still have a few decor touches to work on , but the overall atmosphere is upscale casual. Seating is mostly tables of 4, with seating for 8 at the bar. A beer and wine menu is still being tweaked. A grand opening will be planned soon. Wine tastings and live entertainment are also in future plans.
The restaurant will be serving up lunch and dinner Monday – Saturday from 11am – 8pm. The menu is available on the ‘Boro Bistro website, but the rest of the site has not caught up with the new location yet.