1. Cinnamon Roll ($3)
Like all of the baked goods here, these frosted sourdough beauts feature house-milled flour. They often sell out before the tray even cools, so act accordingly.
2. Butterscotch Pie ($5 a slice)
You know and love co-owner Megan Miller’s (Bang Bang) pie. This not-too-sweet slice marries silky custard and an oatmeal cookie crust.
3. Plowman’s Lunch ($14)
Wisconsin cheese curds, Butcher & Larder sausage, pickled kale, an egg, bread chunks, and jam (oh, and pie!) create the perfect shareable smorgasbord.
4. Apple Oat Crumble Pie ($5 a slice)
There’s something humble about this wintry delight crowned with fresh whipped cream.
5. Savory Hand Pie ($6)
Summer sausage and cheddar stuff an otherworldly, delicately crimped pastry crust. It’s worth every single calorie.
6. Grits ($9)
House-ground (of course) grits outshine their bland brethren thanks to tangy preserved tomatoes, pickled kale, and a perfectly cooked soft egg.
7. Toast Bar ($4)
This version, with a bevy of smear-it-yourself seasonal jams and flavored butters, validates the unlikely toast trend.
8. Oatmeal ($8)
Oats that are rolled—where else?—onsite are nestled in cream and pecans and topped with jam and more cream. Look out, toast: This ho-hum staple may just steal your spotlight.Edit Module