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Sarah’s Cafe Weekly Menu

Sarah Reed has opened a café for staff, approved visitors, and residents!  It is open on Tues, Weds and Thurs from 10:30 to 2:15.  Our café offers a daily soup, hot entrees, cold sandwiches & salads, snacks and lots of ice cream treats.  At this time, we can only allow employees to eat in our dining room. However, many items are prepackaged and we also have takeout containers.  Consider buying yourself a meal or treat to take home!

Our café only accepts credit cards.

Here is the menu for Sarah’s cafe next week.  We will be open Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday from 10:30 am until 2:15 pm.

Tuesday 6/15/21

  • Hamburger
  • Hot Dog
  • French Fries
  • Beef Vegetable Soup

Wednesday 6/16/21

  • Grilled Cheese
  • Brunch Sandwich
  • Potato Pancakes
  • Tomato Soup


Thursday 6/17/21

  • Beef Taco
  • Chicken Taco
  • Spanish Rice
  • Pasta Fagioli Soup

Always Available for this week:

Side Salad

Chef Salad

BLT on a Croissant

Hawiian Chicken Wrap


Cottage Cheese

Fresh Cut Fruit Salad

Fresh Fruit and Cottage Cheese Combo

Hummus & Crackers


Watermelon Lemonade

Chocolate Carmel Ice Coffee

Sarah Reed Featured in Business Magazine

Sarah A. Reed, along with a group of 30 other women dedicated to service, founded our organization in 1871.

To kick-off the recognition of our 150th Anniversary Milestone, both Sarah Reed Senior Living and the Sarah Reed Children’s Center are featured in the April edition of the Manufacturer & Business Association’s magazine.

Please take a moment to read about Sarah Reed and her many contributions to the Erie Region as we celebrate this special year. To quote our CEO, Gale Magyar, “This anniversary is a reminder of the Center’s strength and determination, which are highly regarded qualities of its founders.  Our residents, staff, and board members have certainly displayed these same attributes over time, especially this past year.  I look at this anniversary as a celebration of the fortitude of everyone involved with our organization, and its proud past, present, and promising future.”

Read the article using the link below.