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Crossroads Café opens on city's north side

Wednesday, May 2, 2012

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There's something new on the north side of town as the Phillips 66 Food Mart and gas station has opened Crossroads Café, featuring Hunt Brothers Pizza and Sub Shop. Owner Bajwa (back, left) joins store manager Stephanie Nelson in creating a toasted sub sandwich for customer Lisha Young of Shoals. This Friday, free samples of pizza and wings will be available at the store at 701 N. Jackson St. from 6 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Seizing an opportunity in the Greencastle restaurant landscape, the owner of the Phillips 66 Food Mart has opened Crossroads Café at his 701 N. Jackson St. store.

Crossroads Café features Hunt Brothers Pizza (whole or by the slice), wings, wing bites and subs. The gas station and food mart are open 24 hours a day on Greencastle's north side.

"This side of town has no fast-food service," owner Bajwa explained, "so I decided to put this in."

The fast-food offerings include 10 different kinds of "Hunk of Pizza" (similar to a pan pizza but actually a quarter of a 12-inch pie), wings and wing bites in Southern style, honey barbecue or buffalo sauce and six- or 12-inch subs in basic choices such a ham, turkey, tuna, Italian, bologna, chicken salad and a club sub.

The menu includes a variety of other items such as breadsticks, nachos, sandwiches and sandwich rolls.

Whole pizzas can also be ordered by calling 653-8372.

Bajwa and manager Stephanie Nelson will be offering free samples of the wings and pizza (including a breakfast pizza) this Friday from 6 a.m. to 2 p.m.


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This is good news! If the pizza is as good as the Hunts Pizzas I've had elsewhere, people will enjoy it! Congratulations.

-- Posted by kellnp on Fri, May 4, 2012, at 7:50 AM

I've tried it - AWESOME! The chicken is great too!

-- Posted by BG-reader on Fri, May 4, 2012, at 8:57 AM


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