Wednesday, July 27, 2022

Superiority Burger's summer salad interlude ends; full speed ahead on Avenue A

Superiority Burger's greenmarket-friendly twice-weekly pop-up (with ice cream!) has ended at 430 E. Ninth St. between Avenue A and First Avenue. 

Monday was the last day for Salads Days, which launched in late May

Per the SB Instagram account on Monday night: 
Fun little summer interlude. Got to buy killer shit from all of our favorite farmers and sell it to you, the coolest customers. Mission accomplished. Our next step is speeding along at top speed so keep yer eyes peeled. See you on Avenue A very soon. Thank you. Thank you.
To quickly recap: Superiority Burger closed the Ninth Street HQ (but held onto it for things like Salads Days) last November ahead of a move to a larger space at 119 Avenue A between Seventh Street and St. Mark's Place — the former Odessa.

Work is coming along inside the former diner, as you can see in this pic from Monday by Stacie Joy...        
As previously reported by Grub Street, owner Brooks Headley, who called the Odessa his "dream space," will start with a dinner service and then open for lunch and breakfast ... once the place is open, yes.

SB was recently hiring "a couple more folks to round out the kitchen, bar, dining room, gelateria, and bakery."

The popular all-vegetarian quick-serve spot opened in the East Village in June 

Top photo by Steven from June


Anonymous said...

Beautiful stencil!

MrNiceGuy said...

I can't wait for the space on Avenue A to open! It was hard losing Odessa, this is one of the best possible endings to that story.

Anonymous said...

"peeled" or "peeling" is a triggering word for long-time Grieve readers.

Anonymous said...

"Can't wait til they move to Avenue A." 9th Street neighbors have been saying this for almost a year. "They've used our street as their rent-free dining room for 7yrs. Good luck with the Avenue A crowd."


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