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  • Writer's pictureDiana Brandt

Restaurant Opening: Breadwinner Knockout Sandwiches

Local restaurateur, Nick Neuman of EVO in Scottsdale is proud to announce that his tasty new sandwich shop, Breadwinner Knockout Sandwiches is opening this Friday, August 24 at 10:30 am. Handcrafted to order on fresh-baked Noble Bread, Breadwinner will serve up a gourmet yet affordable menu (nothing more than $13) of sandwiches, wraps and salads inside a stylish, custom designed space. Think modern twist on classic cold-cut sandwiches such as Decatur St $10 (calabrese, capicola, mortadella, finocchiono, provolone, Swiss, olive giardinera on a sesame bun), spicy hot sandwiches such as the B-Seoul $11 (Korean bulgogi ribeye, pappadew peppers, provolone on a hoagie roll) or even vegetarian/vegan* options such as the Alligator Pear $10 (avocado, fig jam, baby arugula, tomato, balsamic, cotija cheese, pickled red onion on whole grain bread).

*All vegetarian options can also be made vegan.

Tucked inside The Churchill, an innovative restaurant and retail complex constructed out of old shipping containers, Breadwinner (901 N. First St.) will serve lunch and dinner daily from 10:30 am to 8:30 pm. Aside from the signature sandwiches and wraps, enjoy fresh, filling salads and killer sides such as Ingrained (wheatberries, avocado, fingerling potato, cranberry, tomato, cucumber, feta, pappadew peppers, pepita, sherry vinaigrette) Plus, look for an irresistible weekend brunch menu, launching soon.

Perfect for a quick business lunch or a leisurely meal after a sports game or concert, Breadwinner all sandwiches (priced between $9 - $13) can also be prepared as wraps, and are served in eco-friendly butcher paper at the community seating. Plus, enjoy an expansive selection of non-alcoholic beverages, including coconut water and San Pellegrino.

At Breadwinner, guests order at the counter, and then pick out a spot inside The Churchill's central courtyard featuring communal seating. It's all part of Breadwinner's commitment to building a sense of community, and along with the other tenants of The Churchill, Breadwinner will pay a 'social rent,' which means the owners will 'pay' as part of the rent, four hours of community service per month.

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