Super Food and Brew
Super Food and Brew
The Super Food Truck is going brick and mortar! Healthy, high-end and fresh, we make food with passion and purpose in downtown Jax~!
The Super Food Truck is going brick and mortar! Healthy, high-end and fresh, we make food with passion and purpose in downtown Jax~! Read more
About this project
Welcome to the Super Food and Brew Kickstarter page!
We're glad you're here!
The Super Food Truck has decided to set down some roots and become what it's always hoped it would be--a real live restaurant!
Residents and visitors will find something they’ve been looking for when Super Food and Brew opens downtown in early April (hopefully in time for One Spark!). The downtown core has limited dining options, especially health conscious ones. So let’s talk food.
Monday thru Saturday mornings they’ll have quality coffees and homemade pastries. Enjoy them in house or take them to go.
All Day Menu
Lunch will be available Monday thru Saturday. Dine in our newly renovated space, at one of our custom-made tables OR as a grab-n-go from our refrigerated display case. Dinner and late-night menu too. You like healthy, whole grains, lean proteins and fresh veggies? Oh yes, yes you do! Some examples:
-Seared Tuna Salad with seaweed and edamame
-Poached Shrimp Salad with avocado and boiled egg
-Grilled Chicken salad with prosciutto and roasted tomatoes
-Turkey Pesto Wrap with heirloom greens and herbed goat cheese
-Black Bean, Pumpkin Seed and Quinoa Burger with chipotle slaw
-Whitefish, Shrimp or Chicken Bowl with a miso ginger broth, faro and kale
-Salmon BLT with prosciutto and arugula
Happy Hour Menu
From 4-7pm nightly, you can enjoy fresh oysters, shrimp cocktail and other assorted yummy meat and cheese small plates.
Coffees, healthy sodas and teas, wine by the glass or bottle and local and craft beers will be available. $3 drafts all day! Yes, you read that correctly!
Owner/operator Dale Stoudt and chef/partner Richard Haugk were at the vanguard of the food truck wave that started gathering steam in Jacksonville a few years ago. You may have seen them at one of their weekly lunch spots or at any number of downtown festivals, markets or corporate events. With massive growth in sales and bookings from 2012 to today, they have established their brand and served some really delicious, fresh, homemade food to the masses. Momentum has gathered, stars have aligned, and our intrepid culinarians have set their sights on the historic 11E building downtown.
Why downtown, you ask? Well I’m glad you asked!
The Super Food Truck has been all over Jacksonville by now, with regular lunch spots and special events spread far and wide. Those regular gigs tell the story of a place, of a neighborhood or a parking lot. There’s a lot of history in the downtown core and those sidewalks have spoken to Dale and Richie!
Downtown Jacksonville is truly undergoing a resurrection right now. New businesses are opening and new condos and apartment buildings are attracting young, urban professionals and artists. The 11E building itself has 127 apartments, opened in 2002 after a 24 million dollar historic preservation. The Downtown Core, also known as the Northbank, is Jacksonville's traditional city center and what most people associate with Downtown and Jacksonville in general. 11E (at 11 East Forsyth) is right in the middle of this bustling area. The residents of the Carling, one block away, and the future residents of the Barnett Building are bringing new energy to the core. Downtown Artwalk, the Florida Theater, the One Spark festival, the museums and libraries and parks, the Riverside Arts Market and more are bringing our beautiful city back to life, and bringing life to the streets.
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Risks and challenges
Downtown Jacksonville can be a tough sell, but with all the new businesses and apartment buildings opened or opening in the next couple years, there is a built-in clientele for good coffee, quick healthy lunches and fresh, artisan dinner and late night eating options.
All the new events downtown, not to mention MOCA, the new library on the renovated Hemming Plaza, and the renovation of the Hayden Burns Library into the Jessie Ball DePont center for Non-Profits (which is already fully rented out and right next door), there is now a need for this type of eatery.Learn about accountability on Kickstarter
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