Slideshow: First Look: Split Bread, the New Sandwich Shop from Mixt Greens

No. 41 ($8.95)
No. 41 ($8.95)
Thick-sliced heirloom tomatoes are topped with fresh mozzarella, arugula, and a lemony gremolata. Served on sea salt foccacia coated with a swath of Black Mission fig jam, the sandwich makes for a flavorful twist on a traditional Caprese.
No. 7 ($8.95)
No. 7 ($8.95)
Lemon-herb spit-roasted chicken is served on an Acme sweet roll with pickled red onion, sharp white cheddar, and arugula tossed in blue cheese. The bacon aioli, and blend of white and dark meat, banishes any fears of dry chicken breast sandwiches.
No. 99 ($14.95)
No. 99 ($14.95)
Creekstone Black-Angus ribeye is sliced thin and served on a sour baguette, simply seasoned with Maldon sea salt and extra virgin olive oil. The ribeye is encrusted with sea salt and porcinis when roasting, as well. As for the price tag, Swallow explains that the sandwich is made with six ounces of prime meat, making it difficult to lower the cost any more.
Hand-Cut French Fries ($4)
Hand-Cut French Fries ($4)
Kennebec potatoes are hand cut and fresh fried, and served with a choice of rosemary parmesan aioli (shown here), or a bacon aioli.
Smashed Potato Salad ($4)
Smashed Potato Salad ($4)
Red bliss potatoes are smashed with whole grain mustard, a cabarnet vinaigrette, pickles, and fresh herbs.
Cole Slaw ($4)
Cole Slaw ($4)
This "savory and sweet" slaw is dressed with a pickle-herb vinaigrette, and blended with mayonnaise for creaminess.
Kale Salad ($4)
Kale Salad ($4)
Curly kale is chopped into thin strips and tossed with lemon, pecorino, and pine nuts.
Popsicles!
Popsicles!
Homemade popsicles ($3) and cookies ($2) are available for dessert. Flavors include coconut, spiced chocolate (shown here), strawberry-watermelon, and brown-sugar roasted peach.