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January 15, 2019

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Cafe rebrands as Mustard Seed Chop

And is reopened with a new menu

The Mustard Seed Café, 562 N. Main St., has been rebranded and is now open as Mustard Seed Chop, according to owner Rhonda Moor.

Located in the former Akron, Canton and Youngstown Railroad depot, the Mustard Seed Café opened five years ago as a breakfast and lunch establishment.

Purchased in 2015 by Moor, executive chef, the café launched dinner and brunch menus. Recently, it closed for renovations and creation of a new concept and menu.

The result is that it is now an American Casual Chop House with a simpler décor and menu.

New menu
The new menu features traditional chophouse, or steakhouse fare. Five types of steaks, ribs, fried chicken, rabbit, smoked duck, and seafood are offered with all entrees served with southern sugar beans, cornbread and cinnamon butter.

Twelve side options are offered as well as chop salads, and appetizers that include alligator, chicken livers and fried green tomatoes.

Over 20 original sauces, spreads, butters and mustards are menu options.  A full liquor license is in place for drink options.

Lunch options include an assortment of hand-crafted sandwiches served with chips or potato wedges, salads and soups. Brunch continues to be served on Saturday and Sunday.

Moor said, “The rebranding  comes as dining trends become more casual and friendly to an everyday dining experience.

“While the menu may have changed, the dedication to quality fresh food with exceptional service has not.  Meats are served freshly hand cut, while all menu items remain made from scratch within our own kitchen using original recipes.”

The same kitchen team remains in the spirit of the original Mustard Seed Café. Hours are Tuesday-Friday, 11-9, Saturday 9-11, Sunday 9-3, and closed on Mondays. Call ahead seating is available with a 30-minute reservation for tables at 567-226-1120.

A grand opening will be celebrated May 1.