This week we dined at Plain and Fancy, located at 120 Main Street, right on the square in Sulphur Springs. Plain and Fancy has been a Sulphur Springs tradition for over twenty-five years. With sit down, call in and delivery options available to customers, there is no excuse for missing breakfast or lunch from Plain and Fancy.
Plain and Fancy is open six days a week from 7:30 a. m. – 4 p. m. Monday thru Friday and Saturday from 10 a. m. – 4 p. m. Their menu is simple and satisfying for each visit. With a variety of sandwiches and salads to select from. Today I enjoyed a tuna salad sandwich, with chips and a pickle.
Other guests enjoyed an egg salad, salad or a salad medley plate. I even took lunch to one of my kids and ordered from the kid menu. We were both surprised that the turkey roll up did not have a tortilla, and that it was just turkey and cheese. His lunch did come with, chips, drink, pickle and the infamous “Sparkle Cookie.” The kids meal is a good value for the price.
I have always loved how they will display student art throughout the year from the various schools in the district. I feel that is a great way to give back to the community and celebrate those young artists with their art on display at a local restaurant.
Plain and Fancy will also be more than happy to cater your event. Be sure to reach out if you need food for your group. Sandi will help you curate a menu that all your guests are apt to enjoy. Check out Plain and Fancy the next you are staying at the Oaks while in Sulphur Springs.
Contributed by Allison Libby-Thesing