Something Natural is Open in Greenwich, with Delicious Bread, Cookies and Sandwiches

Owen Tedford with Claire and Catrina Hacker at Something Natural of Nantucket’s soft opening, June 23, 2017 Photo: Leslie Yager

Something Natural, the iconic Nantucket sandwich shop and bakery had its soft opening in Greenwich on Friday.

The charming new eatery is a freshly renovated historic carriage house located behind Saks.

The store is being brought to Greenwich by a group of local operators who are collaborating with Matt Fee and crew from Something Natural Nantucket.

Sofia Vittoria, Ruby Fee and Nate Kalista at the soft opening of Something Natural of Nantucket at 189 Greenwich Avenue (behind Saks). June 23, 2017 Photo Leslie Yager

When asked about the motivation behind the choice of their new Greenwich outpost owner Matt Fee said, “I can’t imagine a better off island location. The building at 189 Greenwich Ave was built the same decade as 50 Cliff, and although it is downtown Greenwich, it’s still tucked away a bit. The renovation and building look great, and will look even better when fresh bread is coming out of the ovens.”

Since its founding nearly 50 years ago, Something Natural has been known for its uniquely delicious sandwiches, freshly baked bread, award winning cookies, and organic juices.

Operating seasonally out of its quaint Nantucket home at 50 Cliff Rd, it has gathered a cult following, as evidenced by the ubiquitous Hibiscus Flower bumper stickers on cars all over the Northeast.

Along with the signature sandwiches, salads, cookies and beverages that have earned it so much praise, Something Natural merchandise is also available at the shop.

Something Natural is located at 189 Greenwich Ave in the building behind Saks.

Something Natural is hiring full time year-round help. Contact Nate Kalista at nate@somethingnaturalct.com

 

See also:

Something Natural of Nantucket Unearths History in Former Greenwich Ave Carriage House


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