Embrace the cheesiness at Druff’s
Even with a menu built on bread and cheese, Druff’s doesn’t serve your run-of-the-mill grilled cheese sandwich. Instead, you’ll find sandwiches with creative fillings that contrast in all the right ways. For example, the Uncle Tatey comes piled high with goat’s cheese, slightly spicy pulled pork, fresh strawberries and a strawberry balsamic reduction spread, all served on wheat bread. The menu also caters to those with gluten and dairy intolerances, with offerings such as the quinoa salad with zesty lime, green onions, black beans, tomatoes and olive oil. The casual downtown restaurant in a turquoise building on the corner of Park Central East and Jefferson provides affordable food in an elevated diner setting with marble-top tables and glass pendant lights.