Street Breads Now Open On Perkins Road

Dated: 05/06/2013

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Street Breads, the Lake Charles-based shop, opened its Baton Rouge location Monday. By Tuesday, a crowd had already packed into Street Breads, eager to try its concoctions of fresh-made sauces, spreads and breads. The concept is not unlike a Subway or Izzo's, with the ingredients displayed so you can see the sandwiches being built right in front of you. However, there is a wide taste range and those ingredients are fresh, with sauces and toppings prepared daily. 
You can try an Italian Roast Beef, topped with asiago cheese, sun-dried tomato relish, Cajun remoulade and bacon; or the Mediterranean Portobello, which features portobello mushroom, eggplant, zucchini, feta cheese, sun-dried tomato and pesto hummus. Each sandwich comes prepared on a fine artisan bread, in a wrap or pita, or on fresh focaccia. Check out the full menu and get ready to drool. Street Breads is open 6:30 a.m.-9:30 p.m. and offers breakfast sandwiches until 10:30 a.m. Delivery, online ordering and the pickup window will begin in one month.

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