From a dude who worked in the kitchen at Chez Panisse for three years, Heyday is a 22-seat SOMA sandwichery now open for breakfast, lunch, and takeout (house-roasted chicken dinners FTW!), ensuring you can enjoy the sunshine and a view of the bridge eat at your desk *sad trombone noise*
The wall is decorated with a giant red windmill drawn over old pages from the Agricultural Almanac, which you can totally read for tips on growing crops in the '70s!! The chef's making absolutely everything in-house, including these slow-roasted turkey sammys with currants, leeks, and mustard on an Acme Deli Roll (okay, so that's from Acme)
Assuming it's Friday and you can't eat meat because you're still not sure when Lent ends (or what religion you are), opt for the vegetarian-friendly roasted red onion focaccia
And, aside from rounding out your lunch with a spicy Molinari coppa, you can also grab half or whole roasted chickens to go for dinner and enjoy at 6 p.m.7 p.m.8 p.m.... maybe it's time for a career change?
Big Boi From OutKast Introduces Cliff to Atlanta’s Food Scene