Cheeky Sandwiches Now Open at 35 Orchard

Posted on: December 15th, 2009 at 6:37 am by

It took four months of preparation, but Cheeky Sandwiches is finally open at 35 Orchard Street. The new sandwicherie boasts a menu of New Orleans-infused fare. Yesterday, the folks over at Gargyle boutique just across the street paid a visit and took some photos.

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They wrote up the following report:

This cute little sandwich shop serves up New Orleans treats like beignets, Cafe du Monde coffee, po’ boys, fried chicken sandwiches, and more! It’s so incredibly perfect inside, with white brick walls, a huge mural of the artist’s friends, counter seating with red stools, an open kitchen, and an indoor outhouse!

And as previously mentioned, the mural gracing the interior is the work of London-based artist Blue Logan.

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[All photos via Gargyle]

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