Our Food

The majority of our food is made fresh daily in-house, including our sandwiches, scones, muffins, cookies and more! We also feature food from local suppliers, such as gluten-free Mountain Bites from Alkeme Foods in Rossland, salsa from Rossland’s Sabrosa Salsa and much more. Greens are organic, and we buy them locally when in season. And when they’re in season, we’ll make scones and muffins with those sweet/tart mountain gems – local huckleberries.


Our local suppliers:

Sabrosa Salsa – Rossland

Happy Hills Farm – Rossland

Alkeme – Rossland

Field Gold Foods (mustard) – Rossland

Oso Negro Coffee roasters – Nelson

Kutenai Chai – Nelson

Virtue Tea – Nelson

Kootenay Bakery – Nelson

No. 6 Coffee Roasters – Nelson

Ferraro Foods – Rossland


Breakfast & Lunch

Frittata Breakfast Bagel
OUR BIGGEST SELLER! Egg & veggie frittata served on a bagel, with cheddar or mozza, chipotle mayo and a side of Rossland’s Sabrosa salsa.
– add ham, bacon or smoked salmon.

Sesame, poppy, multigrain, sourdough, jalapeno cheddar or gluten-free.
– with butter, cream cheese or PB&J
– BC Wild Smoked Salmon – with smoked salmon, cream cheese & capers
– Bacon & Tomato – with bacon, tomato, mayo and greens
– Happy Veggie – with tomatoes, cucumbers, red onions and mayo
– Grilled cheddar cheese bagel

Daily selection of fresh sandwiches, calzones, sausage rolls, soup (seasonal) & more.

Homemade Granola
with dried fruit and yogurt, milk or soy milk.

Fresh Baking
Amazing scones, muffins, cookies, cinnamon buns, squares, loaves, peanut butter balls and more!

House made GLUTEN FREE cookies and loaves also available
(While we use gluten free ingredients, we can not guarantee there is no cross-contamination from wheat and other flours.)



  One thought on “Our Food

  1. Dana Eklund
    June 17, 2016 at 11:45 am

    hello., I have tried calling and left message….I visited trail hospital for tests a couple weeks back., stopped at your coffee shop in the trail hospital where they had a couple gluten free items…(I have celiac so have to watch what I eat)…there were these peanut butter balls and nut balls dipped in chocolate…I tried them and did not have a reaction. I find it so hard to find something so enjoyable and live far out in country in Kitchener BC… is it possible to get ingredient/recipe for these two items? it would be so nice to have …I am not a business,. just a person learning to live with celiac and finding it hard to deal with. Any help would be appreciated. Thank you


    • Shelley Ackerman
      June 19, 2016 at 9:08 am

      No problem! We’ll email it to you. Glad you enjoyed them!


  2. Lanny Townsend
    July 10, 2016 at 6:29 pm

    When I visited Rossland in 2006 with my sister, we shared a sandwich at the Alpine Grind that contained a slice of sauteed eggplant, a slice of portebello mushroom, and some type of white cheese (maybe gouda?), among other ingredients. It was soooo delicious! What were all the ingredients?


    • Shelley Ackerman
      July 10, 2016 at 9:11 pm

      Hi Lanny! We’ve owned the Grind since 2009, so I’m afraid that was the previous owner’s recipe! Hopefully you’ll be able to pop by the Grind again some day and enjoy one of our paninis on our homemade focaccia. Cheers!


  3. Karen
    June 13, 2018 at 3:44 pm

    Hey there. I just wanted to compliment the Grind on your amazing and filling sandwiches. Made with fresh ingredients, your sandwiches are, hands down, one of the best sandwiches I have ever eaten. Thank you for offering fresh food made with care and always offered with a smile. I can’t wait to see what you are offering tomorrow at your hospital site. Yummy!

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