Welcome to Trencher.
Join us, in our simple space, to pay homage to the sandwich.
Together, Alex, Danny, and crew, create some stately chow; along with some experimental approaches to some of the traditional staples.
We have some awesome freshly made lemonade, craft sugar cane sodas, and baked goods courtesy of Larder Bakery.
We’re always changing up the walls with art installations by bona fide artists, and weekends here are often reserved for a crooner, or a trio of musicians.
Trencher exemplifies hard work, long nights, fun, pitfalls, and lots of food tasting.
The thrill of the process.
Come over, give us a try, it’ll be a notable time.
tren·cher noun \ˈtren-chər\ (from Old French tranchier; “to cut”) is a type of tableware, commonly used in medieval cuisine. During the Middle Ages, thick slabs of stale bread, called “trenchers” were used as plates. After a meal, the food-soaked trencher was often fed to dogs at the tables of the wealthy or to beggars, and eaten by diners in more modest circumstances. Trenchers were the precursors of open-face sandwiches.