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Friday, June 5, 2015

Chef Jason Schofield to open new sandwich shop in Ivanhoe Village

Posted By on Fri, Jun 5, 2015 at 10:40 AM

click to enlarge We're not sure what's in that baggie, but we swear it's nothing illicit. - PHOTO VIA JASON SCHOFIELD
  • photo via Jason Schofield
  • We're not sure what's in that baggie, but we swear it's nothing illicit.
At long last, Jason Schofield will open a sandwich shop in the former Alpine Cafe space at 1811 N. Orange Ave. 

It's a return to Ivanhoe Village for Schofield, who helmed the kitchen of the acclaimed Wolfie's Pizzamia offshoot of White Wolf Cafe in 2013.



The chef is also behind the upcoming Maddey's Craft & Cru and was included in our list of Young Gun chefs in the 2015 issue of BITE. In that profile, he said, "It's all about the senses. They take us back to a moment in time, and that's our job as chefs, to help you relive life's great moments through food."

Schofield tells us the restaurant will open within two weeks and will feature "global sandwiches, cured meats and cheeses" as well as regional single-origin coffees.


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