Downtown: A second life on Hall Street
There’s new life on the corner of Hall and Hammond streets.
Head inside the squat building that used to hold the Sandwich Depot and you’ll be greeted by coral-pink walls decorated with Mediterranean scenes and the business’s first few dollars. A display case offers sandwiches on marble rye, homemade American chop suey and mixed salads.
From the tiny kitchen half-open to the dining room, Emin and Nina Mujakobic sing out a greeting and encourage you to take a seat. Emin checks with Nina to see if the muffins in the display are blueberry; Nina carefully folds a spinach omelet into thirds on a bright-orange plate….