A rainy day and we park old-Sandy on Salisbury street after an hour of looking for a coffee shop on a pitter patter Sunday. We find ourselves in Salisbury Woodstock Deli. The coffee stirred up with the fragrance of the rain, making it simply satisfying and splendid.
A local hang out for the Woodstock residents, humble and articulate. From musicians to dieticians, from scramble to a quick ramble, Salisbury can nest it.This gem of a place felt as if we were in the countryside in Europe, eating fresh produce and feeling dem’ homely vibes.
I wandered over to the bakery counter where I demolished a whole bowl of homemade cook sisters(defs do yourself a favour) with the presence of a lovely lady, a smile full of abundance, looking at me with delight and almost wanting to give me more. We then sat down and were slowly soothed by the perfect melodies for a cold Sunday.
Coffee & Food:
They make epic little breakfast muffins of all ranges, vegetarian to the not so vegetarian and they hit that sweet spot with about a thousand and one bear hugs, not over priced either. The coffee hit us with a zesty undertone and finished off with a dark overtone, however it wasn’t particularly strong and had about a 2.5 on our “scale of kick”, but we sipped it slowly and enjoyed our own thoughts for a while.
If you’re into the not so fast starts to the day, then hit it up Salisburys for a slow sip and enjoy a story that this little deli tells all so well.
Writer: Brett Wegener
If you’re looking for something different, have a look at Flat Mountain Roastery for a coffee shop with a family vibe.
If you’re looking for something completely different, have a look at all our coffee shops in the Woodstock area.