Corner Bakery Cafe, a neighborhood restaurant offering healthy meals, is open all day to serve your breakfast, lunch and dinner needs. I visit the restaurant almost weekly, as it’s one of my favorite places to grab lunch with my co-workers.Â Many of us know theÂ restaurant offers a variety of savory sandwiches, soups and salads (anyone else a fan of the half-and-half combos?) Oh, and who could forget about their delicious baked goods!
I was excited to hear the Dallas-based chain is now offering several new menu items, and I’m curious to know if you’ve tried any of them yet. (Share your thoughts in the comments section below.) Take a look at the new offerings:
For a limited time, heat-seeking guests can enjoy the popular spicy sauce in the new Sriracha Black Bean Soup. The vegetarian soup is made with black beans, onions and garlic, and simmered in a vegetable stock with a touch of coconut milk, sriracha sauce and lime.
Cuban Press Panini
The bold, grilled-to-order panini is packed with traditional Cuban flavors, including roasted pork, smoked ham, Swiss cheese, sliced dill pickles and yellow mustard, grilled on a ficelle.
As a Corner Combo, guests can pair the soup with the all-new Cuban Press Panini.
Corner Bakery added new line of handcrafted Grilled Flats to the menu â€“ all under 330 calories. Overflowing with bold flavors, such as house-pickled red onions and jalapeÃ±os, the new Grilled Flats are anything but flat! Guests can choose from the followingÂ options:
- Southwest ChickenÂ with all-natural grilled chicken, zesty slaw, corn and tomato salsa, house-pickled jalapeÃ±os and avocado ranch dressing (280 calories)
- Chicken CaesarÂ with all-natural grilled chicken, romaine, bruschetta tomatoes, Parmesan cheese and Caesar dressing (330 calories)
- CapreseÂ with fresh mozzarella, bruschetta tomatoes, arugula and Parmesan cheese (310 calories)
- BBQ PorkÂ with pulled barbecue pork, tangy slaw, house-pickled red onions and avocado ranch dressing (320 calories)
(Disclaimer: I was provided with a gift card to sample these new items, and all thoughts are my own.)