Walnut Perks Feature Friday: Everyday’s a Sundae

With our Perks Program expanding rapidly, we want to keep our tenants ‘in the know’ on all of the awesome businesses we have the privilidge to work with. What better than with a special feature each week! This week’s feature?

Everyday’s a Sundae & Café

Located in the heart of East Liberty, Everyday’s a Sundae is a quaint café and ice-cream parlor that features homemade soups & sandwiches that pair deliciously with their fresh baked pasties & desserts.

Owned and operated by Natalie DeiCas (with help from her family and incredible staff), you can’t walk through the front door without feeling personally invited & welcome. They all go out of their way to make you feel at home.

With an extensive menu including breakfast, lunch, and dessert options, there is something for every taste bud:

  • Early birds can stop in for some organic & fair trade coffee and pair it with a morning breakfast sandwich. Their croissants are to die for.
  • Interested in sprucing up your lunch routine? Try one of their handcrafted deli sandwiches! Our favorite is the DaVinci, hands down. We love Ciabatta, and their fresh baked breads really make the sandwich. Pair that with one of their fresh sides (Macaronni & Potato salads are popular options) or a warm cup of soup!
  • Satisfy your sweet tooth with cookies, cheesecakes, ice creams, cupcakes (mini cupcakes?!) or a fresh baked pastries! You can’t go wrong with a Cookie Dough cupcake. And with this warm weather finally making an appearance, you can also indulge in some Hershey’s preferred ice cream! There aren’t a lot of place in the East End to grab a root beer float, and theirs is especially nostalgic and delicious!

So stop in for a bite, pull up a seat by the beautiful storefront window, and watch the excitement of the developing community while you enjoy a meal you won’t forget!

All Walnut Capital tenants receive 10% OFF their bill. For more information on Everyday’s a Sundae, check out their Website, Facebook, or Twitter!

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