In 2014, popular farmer's market vendor SuperNatural Sandwiches made the leap to brick-and-mortar and opened an eatery on Miramar Road from which to serve their signature seafood-focused, Asian-influenced sandwiches, from the Siren with garlic shrimp to the Nessie with miso-glazed fish.
Recently, the sandwich specialists graduated from their original 900-square-foot space to a much larger 2,200-square-foot suite in the same plaza. Wanting to provide even more food options and a fuller restaurant experience to the neighborhood, the new SuperNatural features indoor and outdoor seating, 14 craft beer taps and a sake program (that will be activated by this summer) and an expanded menu from executive chef Craig Jimenez, who joined the team last year. A grand opening party is scheduled for tonight, with live music from 6 to 8 p.m.
Among the new offerings are oysters on the half shell, loaded fries, green papaya salad with dried squid and a poke dish. And all of the sandwiches are now available as a salad or plate with rice. Jimenez told Eater that he also plans to do beer dinners and chef collaborations in the space.