DEHARTY’S CAFE & GRILL
10 Dehart Street, Morristown
Hours: Mon–Fri, 8 am–7 pm; Sat, 9 am–6 pm; Sun, 9 am–5 pm
Style: Hardwood floors and bead-board paneling add to the homey feel of this small, casual spot.
Don’t Miss: Breakfast, served all day, ranges from the tried and true—three-egg omelets ($5), two-egg sandwiches with sausage ($3.75), buttermilk pancakes ($6) and Belgian waffles ($6)—to embellished takes like café French toast ($8) topped with caramelized bananas and walnuts. At lunch, you can have your sandwich on artisan hero rolls in any of four flavors (Tuscan pesto, Tuscan olive, sun-dried tomato or rosemary and olive oil), traditional hero rolls, artisan rolls (semolina, 7-grain or ciabatta) or wraps. Classic sandwiches ($7–$13) are served with hand-cut potato chips and pickles. From the grill come paninis ($9) and 8-ounce Angus burgers ($9) elevated by hand-cut fries sprinkled with sea salt. Overstuffed specialty sandwiches include Tuscan chicken bruschetta topped with fresh mozzarella on focaccia ($9). Hankering for comfort food? Have a meatloaf sandwich with pepper jack, sliced avocado and tomato ($9). Salads are fresh and generous ($6–$12). Try the baby spinach with grilled chicken breast, dried cranberries, walnuts, poached pear, blue cheese and balsamic vinaigrette; or the Mediterranean, with romaine, tomatoes, feta, cucumbers, olives and Greek dressing. Add chicken, shrimp or salmon for $3.
Heads Up: Deharty’s is located on a side street off Morristown’s bustling main drag. Parking in town can be difficult, but Deharty’s has its own lot behind the restaurant. There’s also a bike rack.
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