She writes, via e-mail: "We are calling it an 'eatery,' simply because we will not be a classic delicatessen and it's a pharmacy by design." In practice, however, Hillside Farmacy's going to be a lot of things: there'll be a "grocery filled with most pantry products and easy to grab food items to fix at home," writes Coté, along with shared plates and sandwiches to eat in. She says she'll focus on local artisans, but also on folks from out of town that are "doing it right."
Breakfast, lunch and dinner are in the works, featuring "house-made condiments," antipasti, oysters, fresh bread and more. Drinks-wise, look for a full bar, "LOTS of Belgian Ales," Stumptown Coffee, a soda fountain and tea service.
"It will definitely be a sit down/hang out to eat/drink place with easy in/out," writes Cote.
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