Not what Joey Wolf envisionsed.
I have had my office at Broad and Locust for 20 years, so I know a little about the lunch scene in the neighborhood. I bought a turkey wrap at Wolf's today. I was disappointed. Very small amount of turkey. I got done the wrap and was ready for another. It tasted good enough but was not satisfying. I get a turkey wrap at Bain's at the Bellevue about twice a week. It is roughly a dollar less ($5.95 at Bains and $6.94 at Wolf's) and has alot more meat.
The fruit (apples, oranges, bananas) are generally old looking (not crisp apples) and tasting; the salad bar is just average.
In general, I think it is overpriced and lower value.
Neighborhood market with a modern gourmet menu..
Owner Joey Wolf successfully modeled his gourmet shop on the corner markets of a long-gone era, right down to the bins of penny candy at the register. The store is tightly packed with hot food stations, refrigerator cases, and a sizable selection of quirky, hard-to-find specialty foods. Diners can be as decadent or healthy as they want, choosing among the hot and cold prepared foods, fresh sandwich station, soups, pizza, and more.
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