Wednesday, September 16, 2015

Morgantown Edition: Beehive Cafe

Beehive Cafe

If you've ever been to an off-site catered event in Morgantown, there's a good chance you've had a boxed lunch from the Beehive Cafe. Field trip to a baseball game? Picnic for an event? They have it covered.

Beehive CafeYou can place an order for however many boxed lunches you need, and they deliver lunch in the Greater Morgantown area. No delivery charges apply if the order is above $50.

Beehive Cafe

Boxed lunches included sandwiches or wraps piled with meat and fixings, plus a deli pickle, kettle-cooked chips, a cookie and a "surprise." The surprise is a small toy of some sort.

Beehive Cafe

The Beehive Cafe is operated by Pace Enterprises, which is a nonprofit, community-led organizations that provides prevocational and vocational rehabilitation services to individuals with disabilities throughout north-central West Virginia, according to its website.
PACE Enterprises is licensed by the State of West Virginia as a Community Rehabilitation Program and a Behavioral Mental Health Center. Clients are adults who have a documented disability, and who are interested in joining the local workforce. Disabilities range in severity level and type but include mental retardation/development disability, sensory, medical, physical, and/or emotional. Individuals may have a disability from birth or have acquired the disability through an accident, medical problem or other life-changing event.
Beehive CafeThe menu names each sandwich after an area of Morgantown. We stopped at their physical cafe location. Kayla ordered the Riverfront, which has thinly sliced oven roasted beef with cheddar cheese, leaf lettuce, tomato, slice red onion and a creamy horseradish sauce. I opted for the Suncrest, which is oven-roasted turkey breast on Artisan bread with smoked gouda cheese, leaf lettuce, tomato and a pesto sauce. Pretty tasty!

Have you been?