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The cabin has historical significance; the cabin sits on the grounds of the old Bedell House hotel, which burned down in 1988. Bergstrom said she and her team acquired the hotel’s original clam broth recipe, a nostalgic favorite with a broth clear, chopped vegetables and clams, served for $ 3.50.
Aside from the staples of the grill and freezer, Bergstrom said she was very excited to add smoothie bowls ($ 8), a healthier option that has proven to be popular between the lunch and dinner. Frozen fruit and almond milk are mixed as the base for each bowl, with the Beach Day Bowl featuring peaches, mangoes, bananas and strawberries, and the RWB Bowl mixing raspberries, blackberries and blueberries, with more toppings available.
Marco’s Italian Deli, 1441 way of the ransom.
Marco’s, which planted two Erie County delicatessens to complement Marco Sciortino’s flagship product on Niagara Street, has found a niche on Grand Island since it opened in July 2020.
Known for its “sangwiches”, from Italian-style subs ranging from cold meats to hot dishes, Marco’s operates out of the C39 convenience store located down the street from Grand Island High School. Forget it !, Don Corleone and Mama-Mia! are popular subs on a menu that also includes panini, burgers, and salads.