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Fare and Square

July 29, 2009

The concept is simple (and so good) at Allister Deacon’s: artisanal eat-in or take away sandwiches, salads and soups with ingredients sourced from Moonshadow Farms, Stoney Acres Farms and the butchers at Country Fresh Meats. The atmosphere is uptown comforatble with salvaged architectural elements  and original artwork.

Try their chili or soup of the day or opt for updated classics like the A.D. Reuben (Corned Beef, sauerkraut, swiss cheese, and Russian Dressing with Baked Fries). Frittata (Oven-roasted champignon mushrooms, parsley and parmesean cheese with toast and local greens) or the Balsamic Roasted Portabello Sandwich (Grilled Moonshadow Farms summer squash, pesto amd mozzerella on housemade foccacia with local mixed greens). The food is hearty and flavorful. The menu may change based on seasonal availability of ingredients.

While you’re waiting for your grub, take a seat on the comfy leather furniture and people watch. Or feast your eyes on their dessert and drink selection. Also serving an expanded breakfast menu including authenic New York bagels.

For more information:

Allister Deacon’s
300-3rd Street, Suite 103
Wausau, WI  54403

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