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SuperNatural Sandwiches To Open Its First Brick & Motar Site

Supernatural Sandwiches plans to open a place on Mirarmar Road by February, 2014



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  1. So cool - so much closer to my workplace.

    Well, as of now. I guess by February that won't be the case.

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    1. re: RB Hound

      Mine too and they'll be a welcome addition. Hopefully they won't be too far down Miramar to be inconvenient

      1. re: DiningDiva

        The map indicates that it is a few blocks east or so from the Pyramid.

        1. re: RB Hound

          East is good :-)

          The closer to the I-15 end the better

          1. re: DiningDiva

            That's not really east, though. In fact, that is often where the traffic jam starts on Miramar around 4:00 in the afternoon. That location is pretty much smack dab in the middle of Miramar, which is probably why it will be their catering center.

            Works out perfect for me, though. I can grab one of those yummy sandwiches and head down to Alesmith's tasting room, which opens at noon each day. And maybe I can grab an ice cream pint somewhere nearby and do a KraftBeerFloat for dessert.

            1. re: RB Hound

              This is me not taking that bait. : )

              1. re: RB Hound

                It's actually further West than I would like it to be :-(

                It is, however, not terribly difficult to get there from my office using side streets

                1. re: DiningDiva

                  Probably still out of FN's 'Sphere of Comfort' Way beyond the 8 mi limit! before you fall off the edge of the earth!

                  1. re: cstr

                    You laugh- go ahead. It's all fire and lava down there.

                    You'll be sorry.

                    1. re: cstr

                      Truth is, that puts its location smack between Marshall's Hardware and Harbor Freight Tools, so I may just wander on in next time I'm in the Temecula/Riverside/Las Vegas area.

                      1. re: Fake Name

                        Harbor freight is all my DH needs to hear..
                        Can't wait to try the killer supernatural seafood sandwiches!

                        1. re: Fake Name

                          LOL..next time I'm in the LV/Riverside/Temecula area..


                          1. re: Beach Chick

                            Whadid you expect? Berlin, Montabello?

                            1. re: cstr

                              Yet another sip.

                              You guys keepthisup andim gonna get drunkado

                            2. re: Beach Chick

                              Sorry, I should be more accurate:

                              The LV/Riverside/Temecula/Baker/Needles/Xyxx metropolitan area.

                                1. re: DiningDiva


                                  Big sale this weekend!

                  2. Memo to: Supernatural Sandwiches
                    From: DoctorChow
                    Subject: Other B&M locations

                    Please, please open a restaurant in the Bay Park area.

                    If not that, could you please provide shuttle service to Miramar Rd.?

                    That area is dizzying, and parking is a, well... problem.

                    But not down here!

                    See you on Morena?

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                    1. re: DoctorChow

                      Parking a problem in Miramar - I work close by and it is very easy to find parking anywhere on Miramar Rd

                      1. re: honkman

                        Yes - I find that parking remark incredibly confusing. The only place I know parking can get tight is in the Little India area, and even then you have tons of street parking a block or two away.

                        What are you talking about, DoctorChow?

                        1. re: RB Hound

                          Getting into and out of the parking lots is a problem, for me anyway, since all of the shopping centers blend together and there seem to be curb cuts everywhere. Unless you're familiar with the area you can end up going in and out of the centers more than once when attempting to locate a particular business. Getting out of the lots can be exciting, too, when there's traffic. All of the above is true on Convoy also, I think, but it's worse on Miramar. I didn't mean that the parking lots themselves are crowded. Just that the whole area is, as I put it "dizzying". Maybe it's just me. I don't get up to Miramar Rd. very often, and when I do it's to go to SD Wine -- and I know where that is and where to turn in, and I go on weekends when there's no traffic.

                          Yeah, re-reading the way I wrote it, I can see how my remark was easily misconstrued. Maybe I should have said "Guide Service" instead of "Shuttle Service". Whatever. It was meant to be a light post. It failed.

                          1. re: DoctorChow

                            Great second attempt, though - I know exactly what you mean now. And on top of that, it's pretty dangerous with all the left turns in and out of those places. I don't think a week goes by where there isn't at least one serious accident on that road.

                            Light or not, you made a good point, just not the point I thought you were making at first. :)

                    2. Good for you, not good for me....per Anthony and Tony who work there, that means they will no longer be operating out of the Sushi on a Roll location in Barrio Logan which is but a 5 minute drive from my downtown residence. I have become addicted to their Neptune sandwich and wil regret the day they stop serving in Barrio Logan in February.

                      1. I can't wait to put the feed bag on these bad boys..

                        Miramar location will be great and don't understand DC comment about the parking and its what, 5 exits up the I-5 from Squaremont..

                        They must be Cardiff by the Sea locals...Kraken and the Hydra are 2 names of sandwiches..

                        Kraken is across from the Chart House and one of the best dive bars in the free world and the beloved Hydra that used to be where Charlie's is at..burned down in the 80's...one of the best places oceanfront with a kick ass salad bar..RIP Hydra

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                          1. re: Beach Chick

                            OMG the Hydra. Talk about a blast from the past!

                            1. re: Beach Chick

                              "5 exits up the I-5 from Squaremont"

                              You are baiting me, aren't you? You'd never want to go that way - too many stop lights along LJVD between 5 and 805 for you to get that sports car up to speed. Better to go 805, or 5 to 52 to 805, or Regents to 52 to 805, or Genesee to 52 to 805, etc.

                              There's a brand spanking new Ashley furniture store not too far from there, too - they moved from the old Pyramid space. Maybe that's a draw for the "ladies" and easy-chair buying dudes. :)

                              1. re: RB Hound

                                'You are baiting me, aren't you?'..hee hee


                                BTW, can't wait to try their seafood sandwiches and love their scoville level and they make their own garlic mayo!

                            2. This is going to open March 17 - soft opening. They are updating their Facebook page:


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                              1. re: RB Hound

                                I'm pissed since they are leaving the downtown area (Barrio Logan) and they will no longer be within a 5-10 minute drive from where I live....love their sandwiches--the Neptune rocks--but not sure I will be driving 30 minutes for lunch.

                                1. re: El Chevere

                                  Are they leaving that site as well? I didn't get that impression.

                                2. re: RB Hound

                                  I still say they should open another brick&mortar on Morena...

                                3. Yes, sir.

                                  This it their Siren- loved it!

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                                  1. re: Fake Name

                                    I wish I knew you were going - I could have met you there.

                                    1. re: Fake Name

                                      You travel to somewhere close to Alaska north of the I-8 just for a sandwich ?

                                      1. re: honkman

                                        Nah- had to go to Marshal's Hardware- a little slice 'o heaven itself.

                                        SS is right around the corner.

                                    2. So I tried SuperNatural Sandwiches on Miramar Rd. today for lunch.

                                      Like that there is lots of parking...hate that I have to drive on Miramar Rd. That street has the lllloooonnnnggggeeesssstttt stoplights in the world.

                                      I ordered the Harpy...shrimp along with bacon and goat cheese stuffed in a lightly toasted, top-loading, brioche bread/bun thingy and finished with balsamic sauce.

                                      There were 5 shrimp (26/30s? they looked too small to be 21/25s) that were flavorful and well cooked. The bacon pieces were plentiful but the goat cheese was kind of a wad in the middle of the sandwich like someone had just taken a disher of it and plopped it into the center of the sandwich. There were a few pieces of diced tomato, along with a miniscule leaf of lettuce buried under the shrimp and cheese. The balsamic was a great topping for this sandwich.

                                      The flavor combination works very well, but...(you knew this was coming, didn't you <gg>), after the third bite the sandwich totally fell apart leaving me with a big ol' hunk o' brioche and 4 lonesome looking small shrimp. When the sandwich basically disintegrates when you've just begun eating it, the enjoyment goes down proportionately.

                                      In spite of having to eat the sandwich as individual components - or perhaps because of that - at $10+ (including tax) the value for the price may not be there for me. Yes, I know they are using quality products from good and respected vendors, but I'm not sure what I got equaled what I paid for it.

                                      I'll certainly try them again because I think their flavor combinations are interesting. I just hope my next sandwich holds together a little better than this one did :-)

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                                        1. re: DiningDiva

                                          Have them cut your sandwich in half before they give it to you.
                                          If my kids can eat their half sandwiches there without them falling apart, I'm sure you can. ;-)

                                          1. re: The Office Goat

                                            I don't know...I wasn't too successful today ;-)

                                            1. re: DiningDiva

                                              An added bonus of getting the sandwiches cut is they use long wood toothpicks to hold the halves together. The toothpicks make nice stabbing skewers to pick up any morsels that might fall back into the paper tray.*

                                              Maybe it's because we had the kids with us both times, but they cut the sandwiches without us asking and we had no problems. But I can see how a whole one of those sandwiches could suddenly lose all structural integrity. There's a reason (besides pigeons) that they don't make bridge spans out of lightly toasted, buttered brioche.

                                              *Protip: put the fallen morsels onto a shrimp chip.

                                              1. re: The Office Goat

                                                I had a Kraken fall apart on me. I do think it is the bread they use. I'll try cutting in half first next time.