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A Tiny Satsuma Is Coming to Magazine Street

It’s the first grab-and-go location for the popular juice and sandwich spot

Satsuma Cafe is opening its third location on Magazine Street.
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Pulp & Grind’s short-lived location on Magazine Street near Whole Foods will become a grab-and-go rendition of Satsuma, the popular sandwich, juice, and salad hub that already has bustling locations on Maple Street Uptown and in the Bywater, on October 21, reports Todd Price. Both Pulp & Grind and Satsuma are under the same ownership.

Pulp & Grind, a coffee shop with its original location still open in the Warehouse District, specializes in coffee and juice. However, there are already plenty of coffee shops in that Magazine Street area while many of the customers expressed that they wanted food, co-owner Cassie Dymond said in the report. Pulp & Grind opened on Magazine Street this past April. It closed in July.

Satsuma Cafe, which opened its first location in the Bywater in 2009 and expanded to an Uptown location on Maple Street in 2012, is one of Eater NOLA’s 15 Essential Breakfasts.

According to the report, the Magazine Street location has no kitchen, so the emphasis will be on sandwiches, salads, juice, breakfast pastries, and coffee from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. daily.

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Satsuma Uptown

7901 Maple Street, New Orleans, LA 70118

Satsuma Cafe

3218 Dauphine Street, , LA 70117 (504) 304-5962 Visit Website

Satsuma To Go

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