A friend and I had lunch several months ago. We both ordered the tomato soup to start and then a grilled panini. I ordered the Reuben, along with a Samuel Adams Boston lager, but although the pastrami was of good quality, in retrospect, I would have preferred it hot, rather than cold, and I would have liked more sauerkraut in the sandwich. Here, Stella's really skimped. The accompanying potato chips and pickle were fine. I rarely eat a pickle but this piece was crisp, crunchy, and delicious. My friend chose the prosciutto and enjoyed her panini immensely.
The restaurant is located at the back of the former hardware store. There was art on display, and out front there is a nice collection of good quality groceries and delicatessen items.
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