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Bread & Butter

My friends had invited my fiancé and I to try a new restaurant, Bread & Butter for breakfast.  I wanted to go, but I declined because I had to finish up on some studying.  Later on in the day, my fiancé asked if I wanted to go to Bread & Butter for dinner because our friends were going back there to eat!  Well I was convinced to go during my 'study break' since my friends were hardcore enough to go to Bread & Butter twice in one day.

We were all greeted by the owner Chris who told us to make ourselves at home.  He also told us that the foods here are made from scratch and the restaurant menu is not the same every day, so he likes to get feedback from his customers on the Bread & Butter's Facebook fan page to get ideas on what to make for future days/weeks... What a great concept!

We came on a 'customize your own grilled cheese sandwich' night.  The small menu had a variety of breads, cheeses, vegetables, and some meats to choose from.  I chose all the items I never had and haven't in awhile for my customized sandwich.  One of the vegetables I chose was alfalfa sprouts.  I was a bit afraid that it wouldn't pair well with my bread, sourdough waffles.  Surprisingly, the sprouts and sourdough waffles tasted way better together (with the help of cheese and other veggies) than I expected :]

Another interesting thing about this place is that they sell a variety of root beers.  There were brands I saw that I never heard of before.  My friends and I chose different brands (I got the Waialua Root Beer, it was subtle, yet sweeter than the others) and I could definitely taste the difference among the brands.

If I lived closer to Bread & Butter, I'd definitely come to this place more often!  I just need to make an excuse to go to Henderson/Anthem area sometime soon.

Located in Henderson

My customized grilled cheese sandwich: sourdough waffles, cheese ( I wish I remember which one I had!), and plenty of vegetables. 

An acorn squash soup - It was quite creamy!
Fresh desserts -  I didn't want to overindulge myself with these treats, they were awesome!

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