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The Hi-Tone and Fork It Over are now offering lunch.

Hi-Tone's Jonathan Kiersky
  • Hi-Tone's Jonathan Kiersky

The Hi-Tone’s kitchen now opens at 11:30 a.m. Tuesday through Friday. The menu is the same, and there’s now a pizza buffet, offered from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. The buffet is $9 and includes a drink and salad.

Hi-Tone, 1913 Poplar (278-8663)

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Michelle Campbell opened Fork It Over Catering and Gourmet Market in Cooper-Young last year, offering prepared dishes, including casseroles, desserts, side items, and soups.

They recently began a dine-in option for lunch, and on the menu are muffulettas with homemade olive salad, pimento cheese on jalapeno cornbread, and vegetable panini with pesto mayonnaise. Sandwiches run from about $4.50 to $6.25, and there are four to five side items to choose from.

Fork It Over, 2299 Young (278-0028)

Now, the Hi-Tone and Fork It Over need to figure out how to get added to the Wheel of Lunch.

(Images: Justin Fox Burks).

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