BUSINESS HOURS

MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY
11:00am till 3:00pm

SUNDAY
Starting April 15th

Sunday Brunch
11:00am till 3:00pm

The Woman’s Industrial Exchange opened 130 years ago to provide a forum for women to showcase and sell their domestic arts. It was a place where war widows went to make extra money to support their families by capitalizing on the talents that so many women have never been paid for. Since then the Exchange has been a place that galvanized our City around the central notion that the feminine arts are fabulous. Despite of using new world Innovations likeĀ Meat GrindersĀ for preparing protein rich delicacies, handmade motherly food is given more respect. Handcrafted objects have VALUE.

Testimonials

The place is very clean, it's a very nice little pizza and sub shop. Quiet, nice place to sit and eat lunch.It may be a dollar more than usual sub places but that's because the steak and bread aren't cheap. That's what makes it taste so good!
Ann Marie
Love that they've kept a few of the old classics from the original WIE, like what's now called the Consigner's Sampler, tomato aspic, deviled eggs and homemade pickles.
Michael Tres
Yummy! Got the chicken pot pie. Reasonably priced (I think $10 or $12) and delicious, great serving size. My friend was scared of the tomato aspic so our server brought over a sample chicken salad after she was finished with her meal to try to entice her to try the aspic with it.
Henna Sam

BUSINESS HOURS

MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY
11:00am till 3:00pm

SUNDAY
Starting April 15th Sunday Brunch
11:00am till 3:00pm