Soup & Sandwich
This is Atlanta’s quintessential modern market. The Morningside original opened in 1992, and the Dunwoody location is a laudable suburban counterpart with more specialty items and Sunday brunch.
Atlanta’s quintessential modern market, a mainstay of the Morningside neighborhood since 1992, offers sandwiches, artisan cheeses, and a breadth of takeout foods and bakery items.
Jennifer Levison’s second venture forgoes her signature soup for create-your-own fruit salads and steel-cut oatmeal for breakfast, and quiches, frittatas, daily changing salads, and overstuffed sandwiches for lunch.
Freshly squeezed juices, gourmet bacon, goat cheese scrambles, and sweet potato pancakes start the day on an upbeat note for the university crowd.
The beloved turkey chili and a bevy of daily changing soups, salads, and sandwiches keep this East Andrews Square storefront constantly crowded.
Selling homemade soups, nifty sandwiches, breakfast burritos, and scrambles, the restaurant blesses the Grant Park neighborhood with wonderfully simple food.