Alfie’s Wholesome Food, located adjacent to the Public Library and the Robbins Hunter Museum in Granville, offers a new source for fresh regional fare. Owner and principal chef, Sam Dodge, repurposed a historic bank building and named his eatery after one of Granville’s original settlers. He has made it his mission to connect people to local food by sourcing those ingredients in Alfie’s menu offerings whenever possible. Nearby Pataskala bakery, Lucky Cat, provides baked goods for the eatery, such as whole wheat bread for the TMHT (turkey meatloaf, hummus and tomatoes) sandwich.
Sam draws from his time spent living in California by crafting recipes that populate Alfie’s menu with salads featuring anchor ingredients such as quinoa, kale and Brussels sprouts. The hummus is made from organic chick peas, and the ham is locally raised. “We offer healthful, tasty food that is for everyone,” he says.
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