Now in his eighth successful year at his often-bustling downtown Canton eatery Thatsa Wrapp, Wagner’s first food venture downtown was a place called A Centre Place in the McKinley Centre that ran for 17 years, from 1992 to 2008, followed by a year at The Stables on 12th Street NW and almost a year at the 356th Fighter Group.
Whether you’re looking for breakfast, lunch or just a tasty treat, Hazel & Rye Artisan Baking Company in downtown Canton has tons to choose from. Stop in for a fresh wrap, $6.95, and a delectable dessert.
I am the biggest fan of wraps, and I absolutely love Chinese food. One evening when thinking about what to have for dinner, I thought about combining the two. The outcome was perfection. It’s now one of my go-to recipes, and it’s really easy to make.
The idea of local pride and celebrating local businesses is nothing new, but it seems to have grown in recent years. Or maybe I’m just now realizing how great local businesses are. In honor of this month’s Local Faves issue, I want to focus on my favorites in the food category.
The best-seller at Pulp Juice and Smoothie bar isn’t juice or a smoothie. It’s the PB&G wrap. So what’s the G stand for? “Granola,” says Pulp owner Erin McKelley. “It’s addictive. People get one and then we see them back a couple days a week.”