SuperNatural Sandwiches Pulls Plug On Pacific Beach Location

October 17, 2019

After a little over a year in business, San Diego's popular SuperNatural Sandwiches has pulled the plug on its Pacific Beach location with hopes of relocating to a new neighborhood in the near future.

Last summer, SuperNatural Sandwiches founders Tony Nguyen and Anthony Tran, along with partner Jeremy Chen, took over the quaint 1,100-square-foot storefront at 4658 Mission Boulevard in PB that previously housed the short-lived Nom Nom Bento to open a fast-casual location of its "sea to sandwich" eatery. The rowdy Pacific Beach neighborhood turned out to be too trying, so the team decided to close up shop with hopes of relocating.

SuperNatural Sandwiches started as a farmers market vendor in 2012 before opening its first brick-and-mortar location in San Diego's Miramar in 2014. Last year, the eatery entered Orange County with the opening of a stall within the 4th Street Market food hall in downtown Santa Ana and also operates Supernatural Cocina at Plaza Rio Food Garden in Tijuana. SuperNatural also has a restaurant in the new AV8 Building of luxury apartments at 2155 Kettner Boulevard in Little Italy.

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