baby watercress + shoestring potatoes + pickled shallots + creamy horseradish + pretzel roll
rutabaga sauerkraut + toasted caraway + gruyere fondue + 1000 island + marbled rye
candied yams + stewed cranberries + field greens + sage mayo + hawaiian bread
wisconsin cheddar + shaved prosciutto + tomato marmalade + cheese curds + pullman loaf
pork shoulder + green mango + queso fresco + habenero mustard + crispy plantains
shredded carrots + salted almonds + raisin chutney + curry aioli + indian naan
miso tofu + alfalfa sprouts + wasabi peas + whipped avocado + spinach tortilla
pork belly + roasted pineapple + daikon slaw + shiitake mushrooms + french baguette
grated parmesan + chopped chives + sea salt + cracked pepper + truffle oil
red onion + shaved carrot + grape tomatoes + baby frisee + white balsamic
yukon potatoes + fresh herbs + bacon bits + cheddar cheese + ranch powder
seasonal veggies + possibly local + probably sustainable + hopefully organic + see server
pomegranate seeds + glazed chestnuts + dark chocolate
roasted apple + salted caramel + pie crust
graham elliot, creator of grahamwich, is chef/owner of the michelin starred restaurant graham elliot as well as culinary director for lollapalooza and a judge on fox's masterchef.
hailing from the surf town of santa cruz, ca, merlin brings a chill, groovy approach to the art of sandwich making. as chef elliot's right hand man since the opening of graham elliot back in 2008, merlin is the overseer of all culinary operations for the company.
having been born into a restaurant family, kristina brings myriad hospitality skills to the grahamwich side project. as general manager she is responsible for ensuring our guests expectations are exceeded, all while wearing a smile.
615 n. state st. chicago, il 60611 (between ohio st. & ontario st.) grahamwich is located in the tree studios, a former artist colony established in 1894. the building was listed as a chicago landmark in 1997 and in the national register of historic places in 1974. the ground level is covered in a cast iron arcade and designed as store fronts, while the second story is covered in roman brick and serves as artists' studios.
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