Crust Kitchen & Bar

Crust Kitchen & Bar

Located a seven-minute drive from the Rome Amtrak station, Crust Kitchen & Bar will draw you in simply with the names of its food offerings. The Norma Q. is sliced soppressata, smoked pork loin, mortadella, provolone, mayo, vinaigrette, and roasted red peppers served on a toasted ciabatta. The Pigs Fly features Arcadian lettuce, tomato, crouton, smoked bacon, fried chicken, cheddar cheese, and buttermilk ranch. Or there’s the Negotiator which is a fried chicken cutlet, provolone, roasted red peppers, smoked bacon, fresh basil, mayo, and Calabrian chili spread drizzled with honey on a toasted ciabatta. The best part is that many of the names of their famous sandwiches are named in honor of those who have either inspired or helped them along the way in the Crust Kitchen & Bar journey. For example, The Negotiator is named for Kate, the woman who helped the owners get where they are today. The Banksy is named for those who gave them the money they needed to open a brand new restaurant during the pandemic. To view all of these entertaining “sandwich bios,” click here.

The owners and staff of Crust Kitchen & Bar care about the food they are serving and want to bring great, mouthwatering sandwiches to all those who step through their doors. They focus on utilizing fresh, quality ingredients and making as much as they can from scratch. The whole idea of Crust came from “(jokingly} talking about what we thought the perfect restaurant would be,” according to Crust’s website. Through hard work, lots of venting sessions, and maybe some bourbon – Crust opened its doors and has been working hard to produce freshly made salads, handcrafted sandwiches, house-roasted meats, and handmade falafel.

Sandwiches at Crust Kitchen and Bar

Take Amtrak to Crust Kitchen & Bar

Visit this restaurant and try some delectable sandwiches via Amtrak to Rome Station.