Thursday, March 14, 2013
Bushel 'N Peck Manager Mike Ashley shows us how to make one of the deli's most popular sandwiches.
Grafton Patch asked Bushel 'N Peck Manager Mike Ashley to tell us some of the deli's most popular menu items. He did us one better, and demonstrated how he makes the top-selling B&P Italian grinder. Enjoy!
Thursday, January 24, 2013
The new sandwich shop replaced Branded Bear Deli, which closed in August.
Grilling a hamburger in Bushel 'N Peck's kitchen, Chef and Manager Mike Ashley describes what makes his sandwich shop different than others. "We prepare all of our ingredients fresh. Our bread is made in a bakery in Worcester and it's not like we are getting everything shipped in," Ashley said. The sandwich shop opened in Grafton on Monday, replacing Branded Bear Deli, which closed in August. Offering prepared meals, soup and gluten-free choices, the sandwich spot hopes to attract customers for three meals per day. "We are catering to everyone," Ashley said. "If you don't feel like cooking you can come in here and grab something pretty affordably."
Friday, December 21, 2012
Bushel N' Peck will be on Route 140 in Grafton Center.
The former location of Branded Bear Deli has stood vacant on Route 140 since August, but now a new sign has appeared in the parking lot. The sign for Bushel N' Peck says they will have catering, a deli and sandwiches. Work on the interior of the building is underway, and the phone number listed on the sign is not connected, but progress is being made toward opening the new restaurant. What do you hope to see at Bushel N' Peck? Do you want another deli/cafe or were you hoping for something different?