Chef Zeb Stevenson recently took over the kitchen here. The menu focuses on rustic, farm-to-table fare. The market is located on the lower level and boasts shelves of fair trade goods, organic homemade breads, premium cheeses and much more. A casual patio is also available for all your relaxation needs.
Cajun cuisine. Good brunch. Large bar and patio, good for big parties.
Hector Santiago’s “superwhich” shop is one of the most exciting eateries in the Poncey-Highland neighborhood this year. The latin influenced sandwich shop has created quite a buzz with its heavenly eats, featuring sandwiches such as the Medio Dia, stuffed with slow-roasted pork, Niman Ranch ham, habañero mustard, and chayote pickles, and of course, a layer of chicharrón, all on a “submarino” roll. You’ll come out full and happy with $15. Many of the sandwiches and sides are under the ever-changing daily specials menu as well. With great ingredients and great flavors, Super Pan Latino Sandwich Shop has definitely made its mark. The food is hearty, creative, and most importantly, soul-satisfying.