Pot pies made with organic free-range chicken are among P. Moran's offerings. (Photo: P. Moran's)

P. Moran, a casual cafe inspired by England’s neighborhood pubs, has started serving the Parkside neighborhood.

The former Sweet_ness 7, 301 Parkside Ave., uses an unusual amount of organic ingredients in its food, going beyond vegetables to flour used in housemade baked goods. Locally-raised meat is standard. That’s in keeping with owner Prish Moran’s emphasis on using sustainable products, right down to the takeout containers.

The menu includes vegetable-based pies and meat pies ($7-$9) amid a menu that tops out at $15 with a ploughman’s platter (sausage, pistachios, hardboiled eggs, apples, bread). One of the most popular offerings so far is a toasted cheese sandwich packing Irish cheddar and Branston pickle, Moran said.

Drinks include organic or sustainable wines and craft beer. Open 5 to 11 p.m. Monday through Saturday. Also, Moran’s original Sweet_ness 7 location at 220 Grant St. remains open.

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