Jarrety’s Place

It was early morning, and I had just purchased some coffee, but those words that Beth had said were ringing in my ears. It was a simple instruction, but it came from a lady that just happens to be one of the best cooks I have ever met. She is a guru of the kitchen, and a queen of the recipes. People practically knock her door down for those cinnamon rolls. She had said, “You need to go to Jarrety’s!” So, Before I knew it, I had walked into Jarrety’s Place a block or so north of the Fulton County Courthouse in lovely downtown Rochester, IN. I was impressed with the space and quickly found my way to a table. It wasn’t long before I was enjoying one of their most popular sandwiches called the Huevos. I asked for the wheat bread (btw, it’s Aunt Millie’s Low Carb Wheat), but left everything else as it comes. It is served with eggs, black beans, corn, bacon, habanero jack cheese and chipotle mayonnaise. It was fantastic. I then tested their famous loaded potato soup. I understand from whence it’s fame was derived. I also tried their shrimp and corn chowder which will not disappoint you. I then bellied up to some of their superslaw made with kale, broccoli, carrots and their special dressing. Everything that came out of that kitchen was worthy of the most serious of noshing. The bagels looked amazing and the sandwiches were mouthwatering, whether on the current menu or available by prior knowledge and the blessing of a great waitress. Oh, and I would be remiss if I did not mention the No sugar added Flirt Mudslide Frappe. I will not even attempt to use words to define its decadence. Rochester is blessed to have such a jewel of restaurant, and the patrons, as well as the staff will treat you right.