Back in February I wrote a few lines in my column about the debut of the Ovitt Meatloaf Sandwich, served at the Page One Cafe adjoining Ontario’s Ovitt Family Community Library (215 E. C St). But I didn’t present a photo.
Let me rectify that oversight with this loving photo of the sandwich ($7.50), which consists of sliced meatloaf on a sourdough roll dressed with garlic butter, sliced provolone, shredded parmesan and horseradish mayo. It’s named for Gary Ovitt, the current county supervisor and former mayor for whom meatloaf was a childhood favorite.
Supporting your local library is rarely this delicious — or is this fattening.