Update 9/26/2017 – We spoke with The Noble Sandwich Company and they will come to Georgetown! They have been having problems with contractors that have slowed the progress. Their new expected open date is early 2018.
But, do not despair, they are right now looking for a location just off the square to put their food trailer!
That’s right! and they will be serving a limited menu with their signature items, drinks and signature sides.
We will get a taste of their best selling items very soon, we are told a week or so!
The Noble Sandwich Co. is coming to Georgetown! They will be serving breakfast and lunch on the Most Beautiful Town Square in Texas!
Chef owners; John Bates and Brandon Martinez will be adding the new location at 112 West Eighth Street. MAP
“The breakfast and lunch sandwiches at the core of Noble Sandwich Co.’s menu employ high-quality ingredients – including select local and sustainable items – and a practical, crafted approach to making good, satisfying food.”
Breakfast – “Noble Sandwich Co.’s approach to breakfast include sandwiches and stuffed biscuits that bring familiar ingredients together – including house-smoked bacon, house-made chorizo, and eggs from local farms – in winning combinations, that also include traditional favorites like oatmeal and waffles as start-of-the-day options.”
Lunch – “For lunch, Noble Sandwich Co. has created unique sandwiches like the Thai Chicken, the Smoked Duck Pastrami (with the restaurant’s signature, made in-house rye pickles), the Creole Catfish, and the infamous Noble Pig Sandwich (which gathers spicy ham, pulled pork, provolone, and bacon).”
About the Noble Sandwich Co. “The Noble Sandwich Co. opened in earnest in September 2010 (and there’s a board next to the counter noting how many days it’s been open), its real beginning came out of the friendship between John Bates and Brandon Martinez, which began in culinary school in their native Corpus Christi in 1998.
“The philosophy behind the Noble Sandwich Co. is grounded in culinary experiences that range from trattoria fare to fine dining, as well as a love for scratch cooking. And yet, it’s a philosophy that can be summed up simply: Make it, and make it better than the guy down the street.”
Not sure if they will have a custom menu for the Georgetown store but here’s a delicious sounding menu from their other stores.