With seven locations throughout the area, Grinders Above & Beyond offers dine-in, carryout and catering. Stop in for lunch or dinner, and choose from an overflowing menu sure to please any guest. Get soup and a croissant or try a salad, wrap, flatbread, burger, pizza or entree. Grinders also has a hearty menu of sides.
Half-pound black Angus burger on with a challah or pretzel bun topped with Monterey cheddar jack cheese, applewood smoked bacon, jalapeños, a housemade beer-battered onion ring, chipotle mayo, lettuce, tomato and pickle chips.
A popular and generously portioned entree at Grinders Above & Beyond is the Sky High ($6.95), which starts with a slice of garlic bread, topped with your choice of either pot roast or meatloaf, a mound of garlic mashed potatoes and smothered with savory homemade gravy.
It takes some digging, but you can find the nutrition info you need at most popular chain restaurants. More and more restaurants are posting nutritional information on their menus. Those that don’t, often have the information on their websites.
If one dessert exemplifies autumn and the holiday season, it’s pie. And whether it’s pumpkin, peanut butter or pecan, our love of this humble creation is deeply rooted in family tastes and tradition, especially on special occasions.