Café that hires workers with special needs now open at Sylvan Thirty

There’s a new sandwich in the neighborhood.

Shayna’s Place is now open, offering a menu of sammies that cost under $11, including the Kessler, which comes with turkey, sprouts, cheddar, green apple, cranberry chutney, romaine and mayo on ciabatta.

The full menu also includes salads, coffee and raw juices, as well as breakfast. It’s open from 7 a.m.- 9 p.m.

Rhode Island-based Shayna’s Place was inspired by owner Lou Olerio’s niece Shayna, who has Down syndrome, and it is part of the company’s mission to employ workers with special needs.

Here are a few more pictures.

By |2018-11-02T07:36:03-05:00November 2nd, 2018|News, Restaurants|Comments Off on Café that hires workers with special needs now open at Sylvan Thirty

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