Only one more chance to experience the bread&cup Market Meal this Saturday evening. We feature four to five courses, available ala carte or as a prix fixe. We troll the market as soon as it opens and choose what we will serve that evening based on what we find that morning. The menu is set by 9:30am and we then go to work putting the goods we found into an extremely fresh, original menu for you to enjoy.

As the market closes, we will continue to feature locally grown products on Saturday night. We look forward to creating dishes with late season crops, grass fed beef, Berkshire pork and Cornish Rock chicken. The turn in weather leads to reintroducing the Slow Meal, the Bread Class, and celebrations like Beaujolais Nouveau in late Novermber. We have more ideas than we have opportunity, but we will keep you informed via this email post. Stick with us and we’ll get you through another cold winter.

One of those features of which we speak is Oktoberfest, with our friends, the Modern Monks. Mark your calendar for Saturday, October 10 to join us as the Monks release their German Oktoberfest beer. I’ve not sampled it yet, but they assure me it is one of their finest. We are finalizing a distinct menu for that night.

We hope to see you this weekend. Come early to prevent disappointment, because sometimes the late comers miss out due to popular demand.

I usually end my communication with our phrase, We’ll set the table; you bring the conversation. From the looks of this poll, it looks like Lincoln feels that way too.



find us at the corner of 8th & S Street in Lincoln’s Historic Haymarket


Bringing the Season to a Close

2 thoughts on “Bringing the Season to a Close

  • September 30, 2009 at 3:55 pm

    I voted for Bread & Cup this morning and will most certainly be coming to enjoy the last Market Meal of the season!

  • October 7, 2009 at 5:18 am

    I was there for that last meal, but I had to just try my girlfriend's food. I'm addicted to the regular pork sandwich. The apple spread is addictive, I think.

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