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Nickel City Cheese opens second shop today in heart of Williamsville

By Andrew Z. Galarneau

Nickel City Cheese and Mercantile, the Elmwood cheese emporium with classy sandwiches and a curated collection of edibles like smoked sea salt, is opening its second store today in Williamsville.

It's at 78 East Spring St., Williamsville (634-2830,, the former Sweet Jenny's place by the Williamsville Water Mill. Hours are Mon.-Fri. 11 a.m.-6 p.m., Sat. 10 a.m.-6 p.m. (and earlier at the Williamsville Farmers Market with breakfast sandwiches). Closed Sundays.

Proprietor Jill Gedra Forster's opening menu:

Soup: Aspargus with lemon and Parmigiano Reggiano, $5.75

Mac-n-Cheese, plain $6.99, nacho style $7.99

Pepper turkey with mayo, sprouts, red onion and muenster on rye, $8.99

Lemongrass cured salmon with pickled Asian vegetables, lemon aioli, red onion and romaine on pumpernickel, $8.99

Banh Mi: country pate, smoked ham, Sriracha mayo, red onion, cilantro and pickled vegetables, $8.99

Grilled goat gouda with fig jam on a pretzel bun, $6.99

Speck, arugula, Stracchino and balsamic vinaigrette on a ciabatta roll, $8.99


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