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Louie’s Place introduces a new cuisine

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Louie’s Place introduces a new cuisine

Louie's place is introducing new cuisine that includes calzones, pizza rolls, customizable pizza, salads, sandwiches and even coffee!

Louie's place is introducing new cuisine that includes calzones, pizza rolls, customizable pizza, salads, sandwiches and even coffee!

Michelle Mattich

Louie's place is introducing new cuisine that includes calzones, pizza rolls, customizable pizza, salads, sandwiches and even coffee!

Michelle Mattich

Michelle Mattich

Louie's place is introducing new cuisine that includes calzones, pizza rolls, customizable pizza, salads, sandwiches and even coffee!

Michelle Mattich, Managing Editor

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Louie’s place, located at the Vo-Tech, is the go-to for pretty much any snack that you are craving. From chips to candy bars, there is something out there for everyone to enjoy. But this time Louie’s has stepped up their game and have brought in a new cuisine to Seward County Community College.

“We recommend for students to try everything, there is something for everyone to enjoy,” Louie’s cashier, Maria Volden, said.

Calzones and pizza rolls have been added to the menu. But that’s not all, special pizza orders can be made with advanced notice.

“I have made buffalo chicken pizza and I try to make various other flavors. I even made a hot cheeto pizza once, students really like that one,” Volden said.

Fresh sandwiches such as roast beef and Swiss cheese and other favorites such as pb&j, will be available. Salads and sandwiches are also available for custom orders

“We try to incorporate different recipes and try new things. We are always taking suggestions so if you wanna see something new, come to Louie’s and let us know” Volden said.

As always, Louie’s place has both comfort food and snacks to take on the go such as muffins and cinnamon rolls or drinks. You could also try some of the new Reverie Roaster’s coffee.

For those with a sweet tooth, there’s also various choices! You can now order cookies by the dozen at Louie’s place! Cinnamon rolls too.

Louie’s Place is open Monday thru Thursday from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Fridays from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m.

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