There’s a new restaurant in Columbia where breakfast is served all day — and, no, there are no golden arches out front.
Sandwich Depot opened doors at 1211 Taylor St. in February, serving breakfast and lunch from open to close, six days a week.
“If it’s on my menu and we’re open you can get it,” said owner Collin McDonald.
Breakfast sandwiches include items such as the bacon, egg and cheese made with hickory smoked bacon and a signature hollandaise sauce. Among the most requested lunch sandwiches and wraps is a buffalo fried chicken sandwich. The menu also includes a fried cod sandwich and a grilled pimento cheese served on jalapeno cornbread.
“The high quality of ingredients is what sets us apart,” McDonald said. “I spend a good bit of money on groceries because I want to use the best ingredients.”
Sandwich Depot is open from 6:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Monday through Friday and 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday.
Life is returning to the Rosewood Crossing shopping center at 4400 Fort Jackson Blvd. following the flooding that gutted the interiors of several stores there in October.
Michaels craft store is hosting its grand reopening all this week while Marshalls department store next door has announced its grand reopening date of April 7. Both stores had opened only two months prior to the flooding, which destroyed all inventory in each of them.
Store managers at Michaels are not permitted to give comments to the media.
PetSmart also has reopened at Rosewood Crossing.